Lately, I have been looking at my Happy Planner (Be Bright available at Me & My Big Ideas) and trying to decide how I want to create free printable stickers. Because there are many different Happy Planners available and they all have different color schemes, I want to create a printable that will work with any Happy Planner. However, ultimately, I am creating stickers that I want to use in my Happy Planner, so I am working with the color scheme of the Be Bright planner. I wouldn’t want my page numbers to be a different color scheme so I added page number stickers in this round and there is also a big sticker that is created to fit over the weekend section for those who use this in a different planner (or a different month) if you want the weekend to match the scheme of the other stickers. I ended up using my navy and pink printable on my July monthly spread and the stickers were ever so slightly too small for the month squares, so I also added some month sized squares. You could use these for the weekly layouts as well but you would just need to cut off 1/16″ horizontally to make it fit.
I love the way washi tape looks in planner layouts. My real problem with the stuff is that it comes on a big roll and I only want a little bit of several different types. And once I’ve used it on a layout, I don’t want to have to store it somewhere, knowing that I probably won’t ever use it again. So, I just made a whole page of faux washi tape so that I don’t have to purchase any. Some are sized for the bottom of the page and other pieces are sized to cover either 4 boxes or 3 boxes.
Ultimately, I am going to work out how to print and cut these stickers out on my Silhouette and once I figure that out, I will include the Silhouette cut files as well but for now, it’s just a straight up pdf for printing. For those of you who have a Silhouette, I created these to avoid the registration area so you should be able to set them up to cut. Here are the images – you can click on each one to see a larger version and the link below leads you to the pdf for printing.