Standard Travelers Notebook Set-up | Mommy Lhey March Little Bits Box

I've been looking forward to this kit for weeks once I saw the bright pinks and florals, I couldn't wait to dive in!  Since I had a casserole in the oven, I needed to get this set up done quick!  It took me an hour to get the majority of it finished!  Let's talk about what I got done!

Starting right here on the front inside cover I made two tags.  The larger tag is made from the dashboard card with the content description along with two cast off pieces of paper from when I trimmed the 4 insert covers.  The smaller tag is adhered by a glue dot on top of a piece of washi.  That way when I am ready to change out my planner it doesn't harm the surface at all :)

As you can probably tell by now I like using by extra cut off bits to make decorations.  These fussy cut flowers are no different.  There was also hearts in between the florals which I used a small circle punch to used them.  

This next insert cover grows on me every time I look at it more.  As a base, I used the pink rainbow paper and added a scrap strip of pink graphic paper with a torn edge, for texture.  On top of that I have a fussy cut the rest of those gems out and placed them around the page.  Surprisingly, what was left after I cut those gems out were these stars with a shape outline that looked like constellations!  Why not add them to the mix along with a couple full box stickers.  

This last insert cover is covered in those beautiful florals. I used a piece of  packaging as a base for Blossom to ride her car on and added some foiled washi strips from the kit stickers to finish off this simple cover!

On the opposite side, I cut a slit in the pink paper and slipped half of the sticky notes through the slot for an easy mid planner place to jot things down!

I do have some Free Templates on this blog which could be a great help if you are new to planning in a Travelers Notebook or even new to this Standard Size.
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If you are interested in seeing me in action, I did do a process video on how I made each element as well as a final flip through once it was all put together!
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Happy Creating Everybody!!



  1. Thank you for sharing! I found you on you tube. Loved watching your process

  2. HI there Lisa! Thank you for sharing your precious comment with me and glad you enjoy watching too! xoxo


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