Do you love to use planners and planner stickers? Are you a planner addict? Me too! I am really new to the planner world and am amazed by the number of people in the planner community and how important planner stickers are to have!
I have been blogging about home decor for a year now and can tell you that the blogging or home decor community has nothing on these gals. The community (following) is huge and grows every day.
Finding friends and lovely pictures on all things planners and planner stickers is very easy on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. The groups and followings are crazy high for everything planner related. I love finding new friends and people to connect with on social media.
Using a planner is now a must for me with all of my businesses growing to the point I have to be better organized or stuff falls through the cracks.
I love using my planner and planner stickers for all of my personal stuff and kiddos schedules as well. To read about which planners I use click over there to read all about them and why I use the ones I do.
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Now let’s talk planner stickers!
I want to share my favorite sticker paper, how I cut them, and where to get the stickers. I will share all of this and more with you in this post. Throughout I even share some Youtube videos and photos for how-tos and inspiration.
Printable Planner Stickers on Pinterest
If you’re a planner addict, then you probably already know how great Pinterest is to easily find a lot of printable planner stickers. If you are new like me you will be amazed by all the goodies on Pinterest to be seen! Follow my board below to see all of the items I pinned that are planner related.
To find free printable stickers on Pinterest simply type keywords like planner stickers, free planner printable, free planner stickers, free planner inserts into the search bar. Or follow my board above by clicking on it!
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Branded Planner Stickers
Most people who love planners and planner stickers get caught up in trying to stick to one brand of items. If you have a Happy Planner, Erin Coldren, or Purple Trail planner like I do you can use any stickers for them.
You do not have to stick to the same brand stickers as your planner, You can if you want but definitely do not have to. All stickers can be used in various ways or be cut down or layered. If you like the stickers buy them!
If the stickers or accessories make you happy to buy them! Speaking of planner items my favorite inexpensive pens are from Amazon and the colors are great. If you are just writing they don’t leak through the pages but coloring and heavy writing or scribbling and they will. If the stickers or accessories make you happy to buy them!
Free Stickers from Pinterest
Below are all of the free printable sticker sheets I found on Pinterest. To get to all of the pins head over to my Pinterest planner board bove and follow it. There are loads of free printable stickers on there!
Printing the Printable Stickers
This is the easiest part. Once you find the stickers you are looking for start here.
You load up your sticker or label paper in your printer. Upload the SVG (or Jpeg file if you are cutting by hand) and hit print. You can use any type of printer. I use a fairly inexpensive laser printer that works great.
If you don’t want to bother printing at home or want to print a bunch of sheets at once your local Staples or Office Depot will print them too.
Depending on your printer the glossy paper colors usually come out more vibrant. It’s a totally personal preference on which type of paper you want to use.
Cutting the Printable Stickers
Once printed you need to cut the stickers. There are basically two ways to cut the stickers out. By hand or by using a cutting machine.
What is a cutting machine? It is a cutting machine that cuts our sticker paper, vinyl, fabric, etc. You create a document using their software to tell it where to ut. The machine I use is the Silhouette Cameo.
All of the cutting machines are similar and use SVG files.
You simply open the file, print the file, then send it to your cutting machine. Check out this Youtube video to see how easy it is.
To cut by hand you can use a good ole pair of scissors or an x-acto knife. Time-consuming but totally easy. Most of my own stickers I design ar bigger squares or shapes to make hand-cutting easier.
And if you don’t have any sticker paper on hand or are trying to not spend any money on it just print them on regular paper or cardstock and glue them to your planner or use double-sided tape.
The beauty of printable stickers is you can print them as many times as you want and cut them multiple ways.
Using the Stickers in Your Planner
Each week I like to do a theme and use one page of stickers. I fill up about half of my planner and then fill in my to list items, appointments, and even my weekly meals, etc.
As I go I add more stickers and write more in too. By the end of the week, I have crossed off stuff or added it to the following week if it didn’t get done.
Below is a gallery of awesome planner photos from Pinterest. Follow the Pinterest board above to see more. I hope these inspire you to create awesome layouts as they do me.
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If you want to shop my full sheet planner stickers head over to my shop. They are $3.50 each and instantly available for download.
What Planner Do you Have
I would love to know what designs or themes I should design next time. Let me know by commenting below!
If you like this post check out some of my other posts and don’t forget to pin for later by hovering over the pictures and hitting the pin it button!
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