I am totally obsessed with everything Filofax, in fact this year I bought my very first A5 Filofax planner.
In my obsessive research on anything to do with Filofaxes, I stumbled upon the world of Filofax decoration.
Whilst I am nowhere near level of decorative skill that many other Filofaxers are at, I’m still enjoying decorating my Filofax as a means to stay motivated to use it.
If you’d like to learn more about Filofaxes and how to use them, please visit my Filofax Planner Love Pinterest board.
March monthly overview
March signifies the start of Autumn here in Australia, so what better way to get into the Autumn spirit than to jazz up my Filofax up in leaves, twigs, and flowers.
The leaf patterns used to border these pages are scrap paper, which is attached with double sided tape.
This week I went with a minimalist feel and decorated in squares and bows.
This week centred on doing neglected household chores and making grocery lists for food items that have been in the fridge for some time. So it was quite a productive week.
This week I was determined to have a cake day, so the choice of using cupcake washi and cake stickers was perfect. My cake day happened on Thursday when my sister and I went to San Churros, and stuffed ourselves silly.
This was also the week where I decided to change my one little word from focus to action, which you can read about here.
I love this camera washi tape, and this week is the perfect week to use it as it’s the final week of a Photoshop course that I’m doing.
This week’s going to be a busy one as Nick’s parents are visiting from interstate and we’re seeing a few shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, hence my decorations being comedic in nature.
If you’re ever in Melbourne this time of year I definitely recommend you see a show as there are some terrific comedies to support.