These cute printable planner stickers are the perfect addition to your planner! Use them to mark the big holidays – like Christmas – and the smaller ones like Star Wars Day. This freebie includes special events like birthdays, meetings, and reminders too.
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I love the start of a new year. It’s like a big blank space ready to be filled.
There’s so much potential in the new year that, to be honest, it can be a bit overwhelming. I like having the big things in the year planned out ahead of time so I know what to expect. And creating a routine that I can actually stick to ensures that I can be prepared when those big things happen.
This year I started by printing the whole year of my printable planner and putting it in a 3-ring binder.
Then I printed a page of planner stickers and added all the big holidays that we celebrate. I also add any big events or days off from the kids’ school calendar.
At the beginning of each month, I add essentials to the monthly calendar pages: bills that are due, meetings and appointments, and my husband’s paydays. My income is irregular, so we rely on his for essentials and mine for projects. See our budget style.
You can download my printable planner stickers with the holidays and events to use in your own planner, whether you use my printable planner or another one that fits your style.
There is a total of 56 stickers on the page. Each one measures one inch wide and a half-inch tall so they fit on my watercolor planner with plenty of space to still write on the squares.
Get your planner stickers printable
This prints on a single 8.5×11-inch page. I recommend printing it on label or sticker paper and then cutting out each square with scissors or a paper trimmer.
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