Mapiful Customized Map Poster (Review)

When I was young, I used to draw maps of imaginary neighborhoods, and copy maps of fantasy lands from books. I adore using vintage map scrapbook paper and stickers to decorate my traveler's notebooks and journals. So, when Mapiful reached out to me, I just had to check out their customizable map posters.

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Free Printable: Handlettered Months

Happy Freebie Friday! Here is a free months printable that you can use in your bullet journal, planner, or journal! All you have to do is download the PDF from the printables section of my website and print it onto an 8.5 x 11" sheet of sticker or label paper. These come in two sizes: large and small. Cut them out and stick them wherever you'd like to add a touch of calligraphy!

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Instagram Giveaway: Hobonichi A6 Planner

Hello friends! I am hosting my first ever Instagram Giveaway! Head on over to my Instagram account, @saricastudio, to enter to win 1 of 5 Hobonichi A6 planners. I am super grateful to @writerstore for sponsoring the prizes for this generous giveaway! I'm so glad to be able to give back to my followers, supporters, friends, and the Instagram community in this way. Good luck!

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7 Watercolor Bookmark Ideas

If you love reading books (like me), or you know someone who is a bibliophile, these cute watercolor bookmarks are fun to make and can be used to mark your spot (instead of that napkin, receipt, ripped up paper, or heaven forbid, dog-earring the page). I made several of these bookmarks to give as gifts, long before I started the Sarica Studio blog. It's a great way to use up scrap watercolor paper. All you need are some strips of paper, watercolor paints, and a pen!

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October 2017 Bullet Journal Setup

It's a new month, which means it's time to set up my October spreads in my bullet journal! I'm implementing several new spreads this month, like a work log, habit tracker, and daily timelines. I'm going for a minimalistic look to help keep me focus on planning and productivity. Don't worry, I'm still crafting and creating in my traveler's notebook, which has become my primary art journal!

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