I know what you’re thinking. “Why should I use The Planner Society kits in my creative worship, when there are companies that already make and sell items specifically for Bible journaling?” If you’re looking for unique Bible journaling products, let me show you.
If you haven’t noticed yet, there is an overlap between planner girls and Bible journalists. The truth is, I often see beautiful creative worship pages posted right along side a post of a fun planner setup. This is not to say all Bible journalists are also planner girls. Of course, that’s not the case. However, I have noticed a great deal of cross-over between the two. [Check out my favorite planner girl, @convidentcanvas, on Instagram]
Personally, I wish I was more of a planner girl. I am big on planning nearly all things. The kid’s birthdays were always spectacular (with rarely a hiccup), because I planned every moment of their parties and I created a backup plan in case anything went wrong and then I created another secondary backup plan to be safe. LOL! So though I love the work of planning, I don’t always follow through in my actual planner.
I originally purchased The Planner Society subscription kit with the hopes it would motivate me to use any one of my many planners. Again, I so badly wanted (still want) to be a planner girl. You can check out #theplannersociety on Instagram for all the beautiful planner setups, layouts, and dashboards that planner girls create using these kits.
If you are a planner girl and already subscribe to The Planner Society kits, here you will find some optional ways to use the leftover paper and other products (after setting up your planner) in your Bible journaling.
Not a planner girl? The Planner Society (TPS) kits are filled with an abundance of paper supplies and such. I have realized that though I am not consistent in using my planner, these stunning products can also be implemented in my journaling and faith art.
What Is A TPS Kit?
These kits are filled to the brim. Not only do they include incredible paper, vellum, and clear cuts, they also include some unique exclusive products you won’t find anywhere else.
Per the TPS website, “In General our kits include 6 sheets of paper (double sided with a total of 6 unique exclusive designs), specialty papers, notepads, sticky notes, unique paperclips, planner stickers, planner stamps, charms, embellishments, and more! We change it up each month, so not each month will have the same items or same number of items in the kit, but there will always be a similar retail value of the kit.”
Below you will find images of just a small portion of the many products and paper designs TPS has included in past kits.
What I Use In My Own Planner
Let’s get real here. Being an ultimate planner girl may not be one of the gifts the Lord has blessed me with. Yet I’ll continue to do small things in my planner.
There are a few items in the TPS kits that I consistently use in my attempts to plan. The stickers that come with the kit are oh so fun to use when preparing monthly and weekly layouts. Plus, since I first subscribed to these kits, they have always included a package of matching tabs and titles for my dividers and things. Of course, I use these products in my journaling as well. #lovemesometabs
Outside Of My Planner (Unique Bible Journaling)
One of the ways I use TPS items in my creative worship is by attaching a clear cut in between the pages of my Bible. I’ve seen many others attach the clear designed sheets with washi tape. However, I prefer using Zips Clear Adhesive Lines for a clean look. [Check out No Washi Needed: Transforming Tip-Ins for another alternative to washi tape.]
As I mentioned before, the paper patterns in these kits are so unique. I’ve used them with punches, as backgrounds on a page, and as tips-ins. Those of you already using paper in your Bible journaling, will surely find all types of ways to use these.
Some of my absolute favorite washi tapes come from TPS kits. A recent kit provided an inflated unicorn design on their washi tape. Even better, check out the adorable clip below, sporting a fabric unicorn inner tube. #lovemesomeclips
Interested In TPS Kits?
First, I am not an affiliate or in any way connected to The Planner Society. I don’t receive compensation and I purchase my own kits.
I share this product and how it can be used in your Bible, because I believe it’s a great product, for planner girls and Bible journalists alike.
If you’re interested in The Planner Society kits, you can find them HERE.
As most of you know, I am madly, deeply in LURVE with Bible journaling and all things regarding creative worship. I’d like to share one final tip about purchasing new products that I use 95% of the time.
Whenever I invest in creative tools, products, and mediums, I require myself to think of at least two separate ways to use it (preferably three or more). For instance, before I purchased the HUGE Caran d’Ache Classic Neocolor II Water-Soluble Pastels set, I thought of a variety of techniques I could use, both wet and dry. I’ve found, especially for more expensive items, that my best bet is to get multiple uses out of a product. I appreciate that TPS kits are versatile. Plus, they can be used in a myriad of creative projects outside of a planner. Planner girl not required. 😉
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