Sometimes I wonder if my planner obsession is a bit too much. I’m not the most organized person, so it seems a bit weird sometimes. Planners are my one grasp at trying to get organized, though. I can see at a glance what needs to happen each day.
It seems like the longer I use my planner, the more I change the way I use it. This month, I’m experimenting with time blocking. So far, my method is pretty lazy. Like I’ll plan to write in the morning and then after lunch, I work on a project.
To make the process go a bit easier, I made some Happy Planner stickers to share. They fit the big size, in case you’re wondering.
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Since I’m experimenting with time blocking, I knew that for this month, I wanted my happy planner stickers to be more functional. I want to be able to list out the time and color code activities in my planner.
I also made a lot of list stickers. I’m a list maker, so this works well for me. The last page is full of fun stickers.
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Want more stickers?
If you like these stickers, you might like these Happy Planner stickers in my Etsy shop. Sizing her been perfected to fit the newer Happy Planner Stickers! Best of all, if you sign up for the free stickers, you will be sent a 50% off coupon code!
Instructions to Print Your Own Stickers
You have 2 options for printing:
- Print on sticker paper. It’s just like using regular paper.
- Print on regular copy paper and make them into stickers with a sticker maker.
Always print scaled at 100% for best results.
Using a Sticker Maker Machine
I use the Xyron Creative Station, which I really like. Xyron also makes smaller machines that are disposable, but can only handle paper up to 5″ or 7″. I wanted a machine that was able to use whole sheets of paper.
Plus, I love that you can change out the sticker cartridge to do laminate without electricity. I volunteer at my daughter’s school and the lamination process is serious stuff. So, I appreciate how simple my machine is.
“Machine” isn’t quite the right word because these xyron machines aren’t electrical. There’s a crank that you use to move the paper through the machine.
- Open the front of the machine.
- Slide the paper in. Move it to the left side.
- Use the crank to roll the paper through.
- If doing more that 1 sheet of paper, I leave a small gap, but try to keep the consecutive papers pretty close to each other.
- When the paper is done, use the paper cutter to cut the sticker paper layer.
- Take the paper out and rub it down to make sure the paper is secured to the sticker paper.
- Remove the clear plastic layer and use scissors to cut the stickers apart. I don’t mind this process, but it takes a while. I hope to offer cut files next month.
- The sticker paper back comes off pretty easily if you bend the corner back.
Enjoy your sticker making!