Friday, November 10, 2017

The Planner Society - TPS 2017 Planner Meet Up Event - Day 1 - Part 1

The Planner Society September Kit - 2017

I recently had the opportunity to attend "The Planner Society" TPS 2017 event where I got to spend two days planning, socializing and having a great time with ladies who shared my love of planning.  The event was put on by Christy Tomlinson who is the creator of the Scarlet Lime and "The Planner Society" monthly subscription kit.

  As we entered the room for the event, we were greeted by several of the TPS crew and they

handed us an amazing swag bag full of really fun items that we can use in our planners and or memory planning, that included the July Planner Society kit.
These were the contents of the #TPSCROP2017swag bags.

As if that wasn't enough, each seat had a place setting of items that included:


  • a Planner Society Baseball Cap
  • a Planner Society Mug
  • a Fairy Themed Travelers Notebook
  • a Planner Society August Kit and more.


Here is a picture that shows some of the items that were included in the August kit. 

The blue travelers' notebook you see in the picture is the new Planner Society Fairy themed travelers notebook.

Here is what it looks like opened up.

For those who are unfamiliar with the Planner Society, here is a little background on monthly kits.  The monthly Planner Society Scrapbooking and Planner Crafting Kit are all designed by Christy Tomlinson and her team.  The Planner Society Scrapbooking and Planner Kit can be ordered as a single kit with or without add-ons.  The Basic Planner Society kit is $24.95 plus Shipping.  The basic kit offers two-sided printed papers (sometimes they are made from vellum or other printable paper), stickers, planner clips, colorful tabs (with pre-printed labels you can attach) and so much more.  I did a review of the Planner Society August 2016 kit that you can read to see examples of the different types of items that can come in a kit. You can also add a Sticker Kit for an additional $16.50 plus shipping (if you subscribe to the box the shipping is free). If you use a planner with boxes, like the Happy Planner's, you should know that Christy Tomlinson also offers a box sticker kit which sells for $17.50 plus shipping.  The last add-on item is the Washi Tape Kit. The Planner Society Washi Tape Kit sells for $11.95 plus shipping and includes three different sizes of washi tape that share the theme for that specific month. If you love pretty floral prints, then you will love these kits.  You can get a better idea of the kit contents and how to use them by checking out the Planner Society Instagram Account, where Christy uploads sneak peaks into the upcoming kits.  The Planner Society also has a fan Facebook page where people post some of the layouts that they do with their kits.

There was a photo booth area filled with props and cameras

where we could take photos throughout the event.

Once everyone was settled in, Christy gave an opening speech which was followed by the workshops. I will do a separate post on the workshops. For those who are interested, I have included below the schedule of events for each day.

Schedule for the first day 9/22/17:
(We will NOT be doing any swaps or gift exchanging this day)
12:30PM- Registration Begins
1:15PM- Welcome Opening
1:30PM-2:30PM Memory Keeping with Florence
2:30PM-2:40PM BREAK
2:40PM-4:00PM Shaker Dashboard with Sharr
3:40PM-4:00PM Instagram Photography tips with Meka #1
4:00PM-4:15PM BREAK
4:15PM-5:00PM How to make a TN pocket and decorate it with Dedra
5:00PM-6:00PM Making a Bookmark with Marci
5:40PM-6:00PM Photography demo with Meka #2 
6:00PM-7:00PM DINNER BREAK
7:15PM Christy’s Workshop
Candy was provided through out the day to provide a sweet break.
The candy table.

The Crop Room was available until MIDNIGHT for us to stay and work on our planners or crop!


Schedule for the Second day 9/23/17:

11:00AM- CROP opens!
11:00AM-2:00PM- Swap Time. Plus there are 2 pop up shops in the registration area filled with fun sticker sets from @rainbowbunnyco, and a booth that sold some adorable planner charms.  Plus, there are 2 make and takes you can participate in.
12:30PM- PLANNER BINGO GAME #1 + raffle prizes
2:00PM- PLANNER BINGO GAME #2 + raffle prizes
2:30PM-5:30PM 2 NEW Pop Up shops. One of which was the Prima Booth where we had a chance to view their newest travelers notebooks and other supplies.  There was a fun collection of pop stores that included @rainbowbunnyco , Crown and Crumpet Tea Salon, Prima, and a few others.
4:00PM- HASH TAG GAME #3 + raffle prizes (the prize for this one was a Scriver Creek Travelers Notebook).


5:30PM- $15 GIFT EXCHANGE (if you want to participate in this, please
bring one wrapped or bagged item(s) that’s worth $15).

6:00PM-7:00PM DINNER BREAK!
(Don’t forget to bring/ change into your pajamas!!)

And more fun pajama moments.


After the dinner break, there will be two more pop up shops selling some fun Kawaii style grab bads, tea and some fun sticker sets.
7:00PM-10:00PM 2 NEW shops + 2 make and takes will be in the
registration area
8:00PM- GAME #4 + raffle prizes
10:00PM- #HASHTAG challenge (game) raffle prizes
10:30PM- Start to pack up and say goodbyes!
There was even a trash to treasure table where people dropped off things they did not need anymore and could take things they did need.

Below is a look at some of the Bingo Game Sticker Packs and Paper Set prizes.

Note: There was a poll in the TPS2017Crop facebook group as to who had the cutest/ coolest PJs.  I cannot remember who won but I think they were all cute.

 You can see that we were kept pretty busy throughout the two days. Also, there are so many photos and amazing moments that I decided I will break down this event review or overview into several parts.  So check back to see more.

Disclaimer: I am not associated with "The Planner Society" organization, nor was I paid to do this review.  I paid for my ticket with my own funds and these are just my memories and opinions of the event.  My experience may differ from someone else's.



2 comments:

  1. I never heard of this event until reading this. I’m so hoping there will be another. I have so many partial kits and I didn’t listen to the woman I bought them from to keep them together. I didn’t get my own first kit until 2/18 but have about 10 others prior from fb purchases. Ugh. I have never written in someone’s comment before so I don’t know if you would respond to this.Thanks for the info

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    1. Keep an eye out for when the tickets go on sale. They usually sell out within an hour. It is a really fun event.

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