I could not be more excited to FINALLY share our Whitney English Academic Year planner collection with you! It’s been hard keeping these cover designs a secret.
I’m thrilled to introduce you to the Week on One Page Academic Year planner collection! This edition launches next month on Wednesday, May 27th. These planners run July 2020 – June 2021 and are perfect for teachers, mamas, college students, school administrators, and anyone else who wants a midyear calendar! Want to be one of the first to shop this collection? Make sure you’re on my email list here!
If you’re new to Whitney English planners and you aren’t sure what the Week on One Page format is all about, I shared why this is the best planner for my stage of life right now on the blog. It’s also the perfect planner for any avid list maker!
Now let’s get to the cover designs! This collection includes three beautiful cover styles, all of which are exclusive pattern designs. With an interior design background, I love pattern and color, especially those with a storied past. I love reflecting back on the history of design and always try to incorporate timeless style into each one of our products.
First up is the Solid Navy cover style! You asked for more neutral styles and we answered with this collection! Featuring a solid saturated blue cover with gold accents, it has a fun pattern on the interior we affectionately call Sointo! (We call it that because when our team saw the pattern we said ahh, I’m SO INTO it!) The cover liner pattern features shades of blue that coordinate perfectly with the solid cover. Next is my absolute favorite cover style, Blue Pierre! Blue and white is a color combination I will never tire of… my mother has collected blue and white dishes since I was a child and I find myself gravitating towards blue and white pieces for our home too. It features a solid interior, gold accents, and the sweetest whimsical pattern! This is the style I will be choosing for my Academic Year planner. I can’t wait to catch glimpses of this beauty on my desk every day!
And finally, our other neutral cover style, Sonoma Light Gray! I have a feeling this one will be popular. This pattern is reminiscent of a tribal print in subtle white and grey tones. I love the white binding and how the gold accents pop on this cover. Our Sonoma print might be neutral but it’s not boring!
I’m giving away one of each cover style over on Instagram. Join me there and comment on your favorite style to be entered to win! Are you a Sonoma Light Gray fan? Or do you prefer the Solid Navy with a fun interior liner? Or are you a classic blue and white person who loves the Blue Pierre print?
Are you ready for a fresh start? I sure am! A new planner is just the fix I need. I hope you love the new Whitney English Academic Year collection as much as I do! We put a lot of heart into creating exclusive pattern designs that result in a beautiful planning tool. You look at your planner most every day, it should spark joy!
The Academic Year Week on One Page planner will launch on May 27 at 10 a.m. CT! If you want to try this format for free now, click here! I’d love to send you a sample of the planner layout so you can see how helpful this format is for yourself.
Lastly, don’t forget to make sure you’re on our email list! Email subscribers will get early access to our Academic Year collection and you do not want to miss that!
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