Free Planner Printable: Pineapples

I had so much fun making this printable! When I first set out to make it, I decided to do a pineapples-only theme. But then I saw some really adorable images with flamingos, parrots, toucans, tropical flowers and leaves… I wanted to include it all! But ultimately decided to stick with just pineapples. Which means I’m totally going to make a tropical one in the near future! ♡ This was another one of those printables I had so much fun making, I got a little carried away and it turned into a two-page mini kit!

free printable planner stickers for classic happy planner by organized potato - pineapples DIY stationery crafts for bullet journal

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Instead of using bright colors, I decided to go with–you guessed it–pastel colors. And I just love how it turned out! Yeah, I know there are multiple pineapples with different style faces and sunglasses. They were all cute and I couldn’t decide on just one, okay? 🍍

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♡ If you like this printable, please share it on Pinterest! ♡

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This printable contains:

  • 10 full day boxes (4 with writing space, 5 decorative)
  • 2 full day boxes – checklists
  • 5 half boxes
  • 4 habit trackers
  • 7 hydration trackers
  • 7 task (to-do) ribbons
  • 7 “today” day banners
  • 7 “to-do” day banners
  • 2 inner margin washi strips
  • 2 top margin banners
  • 6 washi strips
  • 1 weekend banner
  • 9 miscellaneous stickers

Not sure how printables work? Once you get the hang of it, it’s easy peasy! Think of printables as DIY stickers! I recommend printing my printables on Avery 8.5″ x 11″ Shipping Labels. You can cut them out with a craft cutter machine (like a Silhouette or Cricut), with a paper trimmer, or with scissors! Don’t have sticker paper? Not a problem! Print it out on regular 8.5″ x 11″ printer paper (sometimes called copy paper), and use a glue stick to stick it in your planner. The products linked are the ones that I personally use! ♡

This printable is free for personal use only, and the lovely artwork in this printable are mobile wallpapers that I found on Pinterest! ♡

Click the pictures below to download it now!

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I’d love to see how you use the printable! ♡

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30 thoughts on “Free Planner Printable: Pineapples

    1. All I do is print them out on regular paper, cut them out, then glue them into my planner. If you want to be fancy, you can go out and buy sticker paper or full sheets of shipping labels and print onto those. Hope this helped! 😊

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    1. Thank you so much! Really, just use whatever program(s) you’re most comfortable with. When I first started, I honestly used Microsoft Word and I would just scale the pictures down to fit perfectly in my Happy Planner. Recently, I’ve started using Silhouette Studio (which is free!), and I’ve heard other people have really liked working with programs like InDesign.

      I use a program called Gimp to edit my images, and it’s free to download! Or you could use something like Photoshop or Illustrator. Or other people have said they really like Canva or PicMonkey, both of which are free, I believe. If you really like one of these image editing programs, you could also just make the entire printable in those programs alone.

      The key is making sure you measure your planner carefully and then make the pictures and shapes exactly that size. It’s a lot of trial and error and patience! I recommend trying out a bunch of different programs that people recommend and finding the one or ones you like best. (: Happy designing! 💕

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  1. Hello, I’m Brazilian and I really admire the work on this page, I found it through the Pinterest application, and I can not find maturity for this page, it’s all very cute and beautiful. I’ve already printed several and several Printables, and I want to thank you for having this wonderful page. I am sure I will share with my friends in the back of class and especially with my best friend and they are to be congratulated. Sincerely, I really love all this! Congratulations!

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  2. Hello! I’m really sorry to bother you but I need help ^^’ I’ve never used a printable… what I have to do if I want to print a subject (like the page “stay fresh” with the pineapple) in a A5 size? I would like to create some page and dividers but I don’t know if I can print them bigger and how to do it.
    Sorry if I don’t explain really good but I’m not English 🙂

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    1. Hello! I’ll try to help you the best I can!
      My printables were designed so that you print the whole page, and cut everything out to put in your planner.

      You can shrink or stretch the printables to make them smaller or larger by changing the print scale accordingly.

      Scaling the printable down to fit a smaller planner shouldn’t be a problem, but if you stretch them out too much the image quality will be very low, and the images will be pixelated.

      Hope this helps!! 💕

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