In this video, we’ll be swatching our collection of washi tapes that pair perfectly with planners. To cut the tapes, we’ll use our trusty Kokuyo Karu Cut Cutter, then paste them in the King Jim Seal Collection Book. Let’s begin! BGM Errand Washi Tapes are printed with checkboxes, making it easy to create to-do lists! Create your own planner with the whimsical Date Washi Tapes from C. Ching Stationery. Just pick out the month, day of the week, or specific date. Mark’s Maste Date Washi Tapes are perfect for creating undated planners. They’re perforated so you don’t have to worry about messy tears. Great for adding fun headers to planners and journals, Mark’s Title Washi Tapes can be written on with ordinary pens like ballpoint, gel, and marker pens. Like the Title tapes, Mark’s Writable Tapes pair well with ordinary pens. You can write down your plans on the tape and move it around easily if your schedule changes. The perforated Pine Book Free Diary Washi Tapes let you design your own planner. Each set comes with a roll for days of the month and one for days of the week. The names of each month are printed on a separate sticker sheet along with colored circles. There are even tapes specifically for A5 or B6 notebooks. Watch our video where we set up our own planner using these washi tapes! Round Top’s Calendar Tapes are great for making DIY planner spreads. Type 6 includes dates, days of the week, and two decorative tapes, while Type 7 includes months, dates, days of the week, and arrows. Also by Round Top, these handy perforated tapes are great planner accessories! Use them to describe your mood, create time schedules, make to-do lists, and track the weather. That’s it for our planner washi tape collection! What kind of washi tapes should we swatch next? Let us know in the comments below. You can buy all of these tapes and more at JetPens.com. Thanks for watching!