I was in need of some payday stickers for my planner and we've talked about it before,I am on a budget. So, for everyone else who is on a budget but want to mark their payday here you go! Enjoy!
I got inspired today by some super cute clip art at mycutegraphics.com and crated this super cute page of planner stickers.
The chevron overlays and dot pattern comes from melstampz.blogspot.com.
Two Fuller House episodes later I had it all cut out and laid out. I love it even more now that it is in my planner!
Hope you enjoy these adorable Easter stickers as much as me!
I have a (new) problem. I am a planner junkie. I love to plan! And decorating my planner has become a great down time activity for me. I love finding new pictures to use to decorate my planner. Download and print are my favorite kind of "stickers" to use, but probably just because they are typically free and right now we are on a budget where stickers are not included in spending.
I can't always find what I want thought so I have to make my own...no biggie it's also a great way for me to wind down and I get the bonus pleasure of knowing that the page I have created are made by me.
Here's my first creation:
If you really know me, you know I love me some Lilo and Stitch. I don't know what it is about it but it is one of my favorite movies. I loved it so much I had to have it in my planner! And I want to share it with you. Cause if I love it surely someone else loves it just as much.
I have a Happy Planner so that is what my boxes will fit. Enjoy!
Leave me some comments and let me know what you think. Thanks!
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Let me just start out by saying this is not and original idea people do it all the time but I have just discovered how AMAZING it is!!
I love post-it's. Like I really LOVE post-it's. (And no I am not getting paid to say that.) My husband came home with three giant packs of post-its for me me one day, and let me just say, I was like a kid on Christmas! I think I probably used up a whole stack in a day and then horded the rest away for later! (I am a hoarder of office supplies, the secret is out.)
About a year ago I was perusing Pintrest and found a how to print on a post-it. I'm sure I pinned it (cause I love to pin too!), and filed it away for later. Well later finally came this week!!
So, how do you do this?
It is super easy!
Open up your favorite program to draw in. You are going to make boxes that are 3 inches by 3 inches (the size of a post-it). Space them out so your printer doesn't get all jammed up when you stick the post-it's on. (I put 6 on a regular sheet of paper.) And print it out.
Now go back into your program and put your writing or pictures or whatever you want to put on a post-it. Stick your post-it's to the paper and print again. I hide or delete the original boxes so that they don't accidentally print out on my post-it's.
And that's it! Super easy! And endless possibilities. What are you going to print on a post-it??