Free printable planner stickers.
Are you looking for free printable planner stickers? You’re not alone.
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That was me just the other day. Planning is my passion but it shouldn’t cost a ton of money!
The other day I was looking for some cute planner stickers and couldn’t find any freebies that were easy to download and print. It was difficult to find what I was looking for without paying any money.
I was a little upset this particular day because I didn’t feel like spending much at that moment on my beloved planning hobby. As much as I love and enjoy planning daily, I wanted some cute stuff for free.
Needless to say, I began to create my own stickers. I found this much easier than sitting there scrolling through every single freebie (which I did by the way and loved them all so much!!)
As much as I loved them, there are so few freebies out there compared to stickers that need to be purchased. Honestly, that wasn’t ideal for me.
I feel like contributing to us planner gals by giving us a break with some free planner printables. It’s something I have always wanted to do, for the longest time now.
I ended up subscribing to a ton of free printable sites and I was very happy to get all the stickers I needed for free. If you haven’t glanced at them yet and you are a planner fan, I highly encourage you to do so.
I found most of the free sticker printables on Pinterest. There are all kinds of stickers there that are very high quality and super cute for your planner!
Here’s my first freebie printable kit I have created so far, but first tea. In order to get it, you need to subscribe down below and you’ll receive the password directly in your inbox.
Please keep in mind, I create these free printables to share with you, not for anyone to duplicate and sell. These free planner printables are just for your personal use only.
Planning has always been my therapy.
I started out planning simply because I really needed to. It’s not good for a mom to forget so many important things and there are a ton of things that moms need to remember every day!
Are you a forgetful mom who can’t remember a million things at once? Trust me, you aren’t the only one.
My planner has helped me accomplish so many things in the past couple of years. I built my website up to making a monthly income and that wouldn’t have been possible without my daily planning keeping me on track and motivated.
The thing is, as productive as my planning has been I need a little extra motivation to even want to open up my planner. I know, I know.
Pretty printable stickers help me plan.
Pretty sticker kits and functional stickers along with washi strips and other decorative stickers really seem to catch my eye. Not just that, note-taking helps me so much and so does memory keeping.
Now I do take notes daily. It can be anything from notes on how my day went so that I can see what I need to change to make the following day better.
Also, I take notes on my daughter’s homeschooling lessons and the moods my toddler is in. Reminders are a must but I like to personalize my planner with my notes.
Adding cute stickers is appealing to my eyes and keeps me motivated to continue to use my planner. To me, a boring planner means no fun.
Here’s the next sticker kit I created. It’s a summer kit to get ready for summer, which I think is planner necessary to document!
This kit is called summer kit and in order to print it out, you need the password e-mailed to you! Subscribe down below and you can grab it right now:
Free planner printable stickers are my jam!
Honestly, I love finding free stickers to plan and use in my B6 Staology. For planner lovers out there, I’m no longer going to be in my B6 staology anymore.
I’ve decided to switch to size A5 for my next planner. I feel like I need more space to plan than a B6 and I need a full big page to get it all written down.
As a homeschool mom and a working from home mom, I have a lot I need to write down. Anything from my weekly cleaning schedule to work-related, it all needs to be written down.
What helped bring me to love the A5 size was my hobonichi techo I tried out a few years back. A5 size seriously can fit everything in there!
I love bullet journaling because I can customize my planner to fit my needs based off of every month. And every month is different than the last.
Hardly every single month remains the same planner wise for me. Some months I don’t need to note take as much and some months I need to note take every single day.
It just depends on the season my family is in and myself. Regardless of bullet journaling layouts changing, I always seem to be in need of functional planning stickers.
Here’s my checklist clipboard boxes freebie. You’ve got to subscribe in order to be able to download it and then you can print it right out:
Why need stickers for planning?
I get asked this question so many times! Now, whenever I share my planning hobby to anyone I just immediately start off with, “I plan as my hobby and I love stickers and crafting.”
That has minimized so many questions! I know a lot of planner girls out there that personally don’t need any type of sticker to stay organized.
And that’s great. My hobby is out of pure joy and love for planning.
In fact, there are so many others out there in this planning community. If you’re a planner fan, just search the hashtag planner community on Instagram and you will find a ton of planner girls just like you.
I’ve been apart of the planning community for quite a few years now and I’ve made some great friends in the process. If you’re on Instagram, you can follow me @mrsplanahead.
Stickers, stenciling, bujo planning, and more are all apart of my planning hobby. Some weeks I really don’t have enough time to layout planner stickers for the week, but I try my hardest to make some “me time” and get that done.
I try my hardest to use up my stickers because then I find my planner becoming a mess. So, I try to at least layer my spread with functional stickers to keep it somewhat organized.
I find that putting stickers on my planner pages not only decorate my planner, but they also keep me super organized. Those checklist boxes can help you separate your daily page into sections.
Otherwise, all of your tasks can easily become jumbled. That’s what I found kept happening to me.
More free planner printable stickers to come!
If you’re already subscribed to mrsplanahead, you’re no stranger to my planner posts. But, I also have a ton more content I write about.
As much I enjoy sharing my planner hobby, it’s not all I like to write about. I do cover different subjects in depth.
From working from home tips to even marriage tips, planner stickers don’t seem to really fit in here. Still, mrsplanahead is an authentic place for moms to come together and get helpful advice for just about anything.
These free planner printable stickers came out of joy and more than likely won’t have a timed schedule on them. As much as I’d love to constantly create free stickers, I enjoy writing just as much.
Creating free planner printable stickers take a lot of time and energy. It takes about as much time creating one of these pages of stickers as drafting up a blog post.
I will be working on a few free summer kits coming up, script headers, washi strips, and more functional sheets. Stay tuned for that because subscribers will know first before anyone else!
I hope to get better at these freebies as time goes by. Truly, I enjoy making them and I hope you are happy that you don’t have to pay! (I know I was!)
What’s next on mrsplanahead.
It takes a while to work on projects. First, I came out with my book: It takes a Break and that took a long time o write.
Next, I started my mini working from home series that took around a month to finish. Lately, it’s been to finally create my free resource library page and start on my free printables for my resource library page.
It takes a while to get all the things I wanted to get done, done. I’m happy to say I am very happy with how far mrsplanahead has come.
It’s been quite a journey, from not even knowing what blogging was to finally getting everything I wanted to be situated on mrsplanahead.
Self-help and self-care are what I want to focus on next. I will be releasing a month’s worth of new content for self-care and self-love related content.
Along with this, I will be working on releasing free self-care printables and worksheets. I know a lot of people love these workbooks/worksheets/ and printables.
Guess what, so do I. So, I am very excited for this upcoming month’s project.
Free planner stickers are still to come.
Even though I will be very busy this upcoming month creating worksheets, workbooks, and printables I am still excited to create more free printable planner stickers. What I want to perfect are kits (which are super hard to do by the way).
Bear with me as I learn more and more about creating sticker sets. I’ve already made a few planner printable sheets that are available on my Etsy shop but I’m interested more in creating sticker kits for the time being.
I’ve also been wanting to create free printable quotes for your planner. Mostly, mom quotes related.
On Mother’s Day, I really wanted some free printables for my planner but had a really hard time finding them. I ended up having to create my own.
I’ll release those soon and hopefully create a post about it later on. If you’re subscribed, I’ll send an e-mail when it’s out.
Planning will always be my passion.
I absolutely love planning and anything planner sticker related. I’ll continue to make stickers for quite some time and share them for free with all of you.
I’ll let you know if anything changes in the future. Not only have I been really into creating free printable sticker kits, but I have been wanting to focus on creating beautiful to-do sheets to just tape or hole-punch into your planner.
I take a ton of notes and I’m constantly running out of paper (that’s appealing to me) to put into my planner (since I save most of my notes). What I actually plan on doing is creating quite a few of those for free.
In the future, I may create my own free printables Facebook group. I currently have one just for bloggers, but we will see if I create another.
To do sheets are always a plus to have and print out. I personally cut mine myself and just store them at my desk inside my planner drawer.
You don’t need to just collect stickers as a planner fan, you can also hoard stationery. (I’m laughing!)
Just do what makes you happy.
I went through a period during my planning journey where I just wanted ALL the stickers. My bank account hurt afterward!
Planning makes me happy, but I don’t need to go out and spend all the money to plan what I want. Creating free stickers for others to use makes me very happy!
I hope you enjoy and feel free to share your post with me (when you use these) and tag me! It would mean so much.
Until next time,