Saturday, 21 September 2013

Personal Planner Review and Giveaway

I confess I love stationery so was thrilled when Personal Planner agreed to let
me have one of there personalised planners to review. 
I was sent a code so that I was able to order and personalise my own online. 
To start off your order of your personalised planner you get to choose which 
size you want to go for from the 4 options. 
Small 11 x 14cm (£14.95) 
Medium 16 x 14 cm (£17.95) 
Large 22 x 14 cm (£21.95) 
A5 16 x 21 cm (£19.95) 
All of the planners have a shipping and handling fee of £2.95. 


The next step is to choose the design for the front and back cover there are
plenty of choices to choose from or you can upload your own images. 
I chose to go with one of the 2013 themes of a white heart on a red background for the front
with a plain red back. 
I also got to choose the text on the front cover so I chose to have it say Joanna 2014.
I chose to also have the planner start from January 2014 (including last few days of December)  and also the colour of the elastic encloser. 

The next step is then to choose writing space , daily details, personal dates and the 
design theme on the spread. 
After that you got the modules at the bottom to put things like 
to do lists, notes etc. 
Then what you want on the back pages and last of all the owner info page
which goes in the front with your personal details in case your planner gets lost. 

 

I am really thrilled at how the planner has turned out and I can't wait til the time comes to use it! 
The planner is of great quality and I love that it's more personalised to suit me
than any other planner from any other shop would be. 


I have now been given the chance for one of you lucky followers to have the chance
to win your own personalised planner. 

All you have to do is complete the rafflecopter for your chance to win. 
Good Luck.

35 comments:

  1. An extra bank holiday... hum. Would be nice to make the Monday after Mothering Sunday a bank holiday I suppose... then I might finally get to sleep-in! :D

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  2. A bank holiday on the first Monday of December for Christmas shopping!

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  3. My kids birthdays - cant decide which one!

    @ashlallan

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  4. I would add the day after New Years Day. Such a horrible day to go back to work.

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  5. I think we need one between August and December. My Niece's birthday is in November so chuck one in then. Might help to beat the winter blues with an extra day off.

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  6. My birthday, so I would definitely have the day off.

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  7. My birthday, then I could really have some tlc.

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  8. one in october as we have none at that time of year

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  9. February 8... ok it's my birthday and also Hubbys, however, I reckon we are all ready around about this time of year for a lovely, long weekend.

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  10. We definitely need a bank holiday in January to cushion the post xmas blues. I'd make the last weekend in January a long weekend so we have something to look forward to (but it has to come on or after pay day ;) ).

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  11. We need one between August and December - it's so long between the last bank holiday and the end of the year.

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  12. 16 August , it's my birthday :)

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  13. One in February when it's cold and miserable - Bank Holiday Duvet Day :)

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  14. My partners birthday as it will be his 21st xx

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  15. Maybe one to follow New Years Day. Some people need more time to get over their hangovers

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  16. We need one in the autumn so how about November 5th and we get all the fireworks over on one night as it used to be instead of pets and children being scared out of their wits for a number of weekends. I love fireworks but that is not true for all.

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  17. late November or early December - an extra day is always needed in the run up to Christmas :-)

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  18. One in the christmas period for shopping!

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  19. my birthday so i never have to spend another birthday at work

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  20. October half term, an extra day at home with my son x

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  21. A day during July so we can spend a (hopefully) sunny day as a family :)

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  22. The Monday after the clocks go forward, to catch up with my sleep!!

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  23. Any excuse to party day!

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  24. one at the end of January when everyone is feeling miserable!

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