The Kaisercraft weekly planner is a cross between horizontal layout for the weekdays and vertical layout for the weekend which is not very common, so let’s try it out!
Before the Pen
After the Pen
I’m obsessed with this skinny washi tape – comes in so many colors! So I grabbed a random assortment and started covering up the black borders between each day.
Rather than rainbow pens I chose to use rainbow washi with grey pen (Marvy Japan Le Pen). Do you need to rush out and buy a grey pen? No. This pen is a very dark grey and looks fine but so does black pen. Both grey and black look good with any other color. If you wanted to do a pastel theme, then that would probably be the only instance where you might prefer a grey pen.
I added some icon stickers so the spread didn’t look as plain.
- Kaisercraft weekly planner
- Rainbow thin washi tape (Carefully Crafted)
- Marvy Japan Le Pen (Grey)
- Icon and scheduling stickers are from the Recollections Everyday Basics sticker book (so many good functional stickers in this book!)
Would I use this planner again?
It only took about 15 minutes to finish my spread, you could easily replicate it in a dot grid notebook too. Because my weekends are more list focused, the wider vertical boxes worked well. I’d probably just whiteout the border of the notes box and continue Saturday and Sunday down the page next time.
This is a good planner for someone that wants a cross between vertical and horizontal. I would use this layout again every now and then but I do still prefer smaller weekday sections with the more common layout of 5 weekdays on the left page, and weekend or to do list on the right page.
Past weekly spreads
- Minimalist black and white weekly spread in the Moleskine Weekly Planner
- Whistle and Birch Rainbow Weekly Spread using the Zebra Mildliners
- Converting the Day Designer daily into a weekly planner
- 7 Color coding mistakes to avoid in your planner or bullet journal
- How to make printable graph paper in Photoshop (perfect for habit tracking and bullet journalling!)
- Silhouette Studio Software versus Photoshop: Which is better for making planner stickers?
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