Paper & Insert Stash w/ Video!!!

I have quite a few refillable planners and notebooks, but I do not like to pay for the brand name notepaper because of the cost and limited design options.

So where do I get my notepaper and scratch paper?

For my Mead Shopping OrganizHer notebook, it takes 5.5” x 8.5” paper, so I have a lot of freedom there. I can use plain computer paper, graph paper, or steno pads.

For my Raika and Day-Timer Malibu Rose Gold personal planners, they have the same ring layout and take the same size paper. I created a template on MS Word that I can make copies of and I can use the paper from those refrigerator notepads.

I do recommend investing in a hole punch with the necessary ring layout, so your options for paper are not limited.

I prefer lined to unlined paper in my notebooks and planners, and between RAKs and acquiring notepads over the years, I have plenty of paper to work through.

Here are some pictures of my paper stash:



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In the YouTube video, I talk about not liking to waste paper, and these are FC Blooms Vertical column, Week on 1 Pages inserts. I will be repunching these and using them.

YouTube link:

© Cori Large September 30, 2015

7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Becky @ Disney in your Day
    Nov 04, 2015 @ 11:00:28

    What a great idea – I love how organized you are!


    • caendicott
      Nov 04, 2015 @ 11:26:34

      Thank you! And this is a recent organization. I used to have stuff everywhere and couldn’t find anything.


  2. Becki S
    Nov 05, 2015 @ 10:08:04

    Love this! And I love the idea of not wasting paper. Thanks for sharing.


  3. Jessica
    Nov 05, 2015 @ 13:33:13

    I need to stop wasting paper for sure. Great tips!


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