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Decorating Your Agenda: Artful Hacks

decorating your agenda

Decorating Your Agenda: Artful Hacks

Full disclosure: one of the best parts of having Artful Agenda as your personal digital planner is decorating it!

From decorative covers in a rainbow of colors to cute and fitting stickers, there are MANY ways to express your personality and make Artful Agenda your own.

Read on for 3 of my favorite ways to decorate my agenda. 

1. Use the Color Picker

Firstly, hands up if you love it when things match? I hear you!

For all of the aspirational designers out there, you can utilize the color picker to coordinate your cover with your daily task list.

decorating your agenda with color picker

How does this work, you ask?

Well, when you’re assigning your calendar colors, simply “Match…” in the lower right corner. Then hover the circle over the color from your cover that you want each calendar to match— and watch as your planner transforms into a BEAUTY right before your eyes.

decorating your agenda with color picker

2. Choose a Seasonal Cover and Colors

Similarly, if you’re someone who likes to coordinate your agenda with the season, I’ve got the PERFECT solution for you.

You can choose a personalized cover from Artful Agenda’s season-appropriate selection!

For instance, the following options are some of my favorites for each season:

Spring

summer agenda cover

Summer

Fall

fall agenda covers
fall agenda covers

Winter

decorating your agenda with covers
decorating your agenda with covers

Another great way to match your agenda to the season is by using hex codes to define your calendar colors. 

For example, just search “winter hex codes” in our old pal Google and you can find an abundance of choice!

You could also use a color resource, like Scheme Color, and type in associated words like “Christmas,” “leaves” or “sunshine” to find some seriously dreamy combinations. Be warned though: you really might fall in love on the spot.

3. Assign Practical Stickers

Finally, there’s a key way that you can focus on the practicality of Artful Agenda but still make it look cute—and that’s through quirky stickers.

But the Artful Agenda stickers aren’t just your typical decorative stickers. No—these emojis and images can be used as a way of flagging important events and details.

For instance, are you putting a chore on your priority to-do list? Draw attention to it with a related sticker. Or are you blocking out time for an upcoming workout class? There’s a sticker that can be assigned to that.

decorating your agenda with stickers

Following on from this idea, you could even use color to adorn your bill details and show which have already been paid and which haven’t. 

Either way, there’s something about pretty hues and pictures that make even the most mundane tasks sound EXCITING! Am I right?
decorating your agenda

Decorating Your Agenda while Nailing Your Productivity

When I created Artful Agenda I was inspired by the fun and personal touches of a paper planner like covers, handwriting, and stickers. However, Artful Agenda is a platform that promotes personal growth and productivity, however, my inspiration came from the fun and personal touches of a paper planner

After all, who wants to open an organizer that is dull, chaotic and doesn’t feel like it’s yours? Exactly—NO ONE.

Planning is a lot more fun in color! Just try it for yourself.

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2 Comments
  • Lynn Diener
    Posted at 13:53h, 10 January Reply

    When I’m pulling up an activity/appointment, the “match” button isn’t showing up. I’d love to be able to coordinate my planner like this, but I’m not seeing the match button appear. And how do I keep the colors from resetting? I find periodically, if I close the calendar and reopen it, the colors have reverted to a default color for everything.

    • Katy Allen
      Posted at 23:10h, 16 January Reply

      Hi Lynn,

      Thanks for your question! The”match” option is only available for calendar colors. To find it, click the arrow next to the calendar and you should see the option to match there.

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