Last week I mentioned that I had ordered two Weekly Planner Diaries, courtesy of Blurb, as a gift for both sets of parents (Mum and Moira, you’d better not be reading this! And if you are STOP NOW!). As I have already had the opportunity to order a Photobook – my review of it is here – I had no reason to believe that my creation would be a disappointment and I wasn’t wrong! This week they arrived and I couldn’t be happier with them. They have been made to a very high standard – as good as anything you would buy in the shops. In fact, better because they are personalised.
At the beginning of each month there is a full photograph page together with a full page of the dates and days for that month. Following that, the pages become a diary planner which provides space for two pages per week, plenty of room to write all those appointments and reminders. In the bottom left hand corner of each week there is also a thumbnail photo. For each of our birthday months – January, May and August – the photos are just of Grace, me and Ross respectively. Other than that, the photos at the beginning of the month are of the three of us and then I have eeked the rest of the space out fairly to include a picture of each of us.
I think I know our parents are going to love this diary with a difference :).
The Planner I ordered is a trade size soft-backed book retailing at £14.95, and now its your chance to create one or two of your own!
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Full Disclosure: I was given £30 by Blurb to create my Weekly Planners and write this review. All opinions and text are my own. With many thanks to Blurb.