There are different types of ways people store their stickers. Personally, I like to store mine by shop so I knew this is going to be my VB stickers new home. I used the Merry Minimalist VBKit to set up the sticker planner, I mean it’s only appropriate right?
On the left inside pocket I added a piece of vellum, a VB sticker sheet, and a transparent card with washi. I used amagnetic paper clipfrom the Sept Mysterious VBKit to hold some sticky notes into place. Lastly, I added the magnetic pin that also came in this kit to add a little extra flair.
For the first page of my VB sticker planner, I cut down a piece of card stock paper and added a quote card with washi tape to secure it.
For the dividers I would typically use my silhouette to make labels for the tabs, but in all honesty I wasn’t in the mood to get on the computer, so instead I took some washi, added it to the tabs, and used a sharpie to label the tabs. I am loving this idea! Now I can take it on and off and re-label as many times as needed.
Behind each divider I cut down some card stock paper and added a quote card with washi with the exception of one. For one of them I added a clear pocket for extra storage.
The next section is mywish listandfavoritesinserts that came with the VB sticker planner. I’ve never had a list of sticker shops I wanted to shop at, so I’m glad to finally have a space where I can note down what my future purchases will be. There are a quite a few pages and tons of space to keep track of the shops you want to visit.
For the back section of the sticker planner, I used the clear pockets to store myVB sticker sheets. I used the back pocket to slide in theLa Isla mini sticker albumto give me more space for even more sticker sheets. Last, but not least, aVBPen!
Thank you all for reading! I hope you are having as much fun as I am with the Merry Minimalist VBKit! We'd love to see photos if you have already set up your sticker planner, so tag @shopvillabeautifful on Instagram or share some pics in the VillabeauTIFFul Community Facebook group!