While there are an overwhelming number of planner supplies available these days… here’s a few more to add to your list!
5 planner supplies you never knew you needed
1. Discbound binding
If you’re yet to discover discbound planners you’ve been missing out! This is my all time favorite type of binding on planners – I wish more planners offered this.
Easy add, remove and rearrange pages as often as you please. Plus you can make notebooks at any size you like.
I use the ARC from Staples discbound system. However other’s are:
- Happy Planner (Me and My Big Ideas)
- Busy Days Planner
Related: Planning with a functional minimalist DIY weekly planner printable (this printable is from the Create Your Own Planner Kit in my shop)
Checklist washi tape is a time saver + will keep your planner neat.
This checklist tape is from my sister’s planner supplies shop, Carefully Crafted.
We R Memory Keepers also make a checklist washi tape and days of the week washi tape!
This handy tool allows you to draw neat circles and checklists making it ideal for bullet journaling
4. Deco Pens
An alternative to washi tape, very thin and so many ways to use it:
- Divide up a page in a bullet journal to create boxes for each day
- List making
- Cover up times in an hourly planner
- Underline headings
If you want to make your own pockets with sequins, confetti etc. for a fraction of the price of an already made one, then the fuse tool is what you need. This tool can be used to weld together plastic sheet protectors to make pockets, dashboards etc.
More planning tips:
- 7 Planner supplies that aren’t worth the hype
- Why I plan my day using planner stickers (and why you should too!)
- How to color code bill paying in your planner (7 different ways)
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