Thursday, October 9, 2014

Stickers for your weekly spread

While I've been waiting anxiously for my planner to show that it's no longer "pending" I decided to create some planner beauty so that when it get's here, I can dive right in and start decorating.  Now in the spirit of full disclosure, I'm more of a minimalist when it comes to decorating my planner.  I like to see cute pages but at the same time, I don't want it to look like a junk journal.  That's just my personal preference.  I like to see a full page with stuff I'm doing, need to do, etc. but I'm also not so busy that every day of every week it going to have writing and appointments, check lists, and the like so placing a sticker on a day to fill up a block is something that will fill it up but also look cute.  So I created some stickers to fit inside of the daily blocks.  Of course since I don't have my planner in my hot little hands yet, I have to assume they will fit perfectly based on my countless internet searches and design skills.  I haven't yet purchased sticker paper either so this is all an assumption that these babies are going to work.  They are the right size according to the internet (and of course the internet never lies, right?!).  I can't claim the images because I found every single on of them on google images and I claim no rights to any of them.  In fact the rights belong to each individual who posted them and I wish I would have copied the links so that I could give credit where credit is due but in my hurried haste I did not take the time to do so...sorry rightful owners!  My plan is to use my fancy Silhouette Cameo to cut these out so I don't have 25 little stickers floating around and so that I can keep them in a folder all on one sheet.  I'll let you know how that goes when I get around to pulling out my Cameo and testing it.  But until then I'll post the .pdf file for you all to download and use.

I feel it is my duty to tell you all the fine print:

This download is for personal use only!  No you can't sell them, no you can't mass produce them, no you can't claim them as your own.  Be respectful of the time it took me to create these and the time it took for each person who created the images and don't be shady!

Click HERE to download the printable PDF

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