Free Planner Printable: Happy Fall!

Okay, so it’s still technically summer, but Fall is my favorite season and I’ve just felt so inspired to make autumn-ey printables! By the way, “autumn-ey” is totally a word now. 😉 Last week’s printable featured beautiful pastel colors, so this week I thought I’d go the more “stereotypical/traditional fall colors” route. Oh yeah! I tried out a new weekend banner style, too! Let me know if you like it, and if I should switch back to the old one! 🍂🍁

🍁Looking for more fall fun? 🍁

Check out the Fall Printable Roundup, the Halloween Printable Roundup, the Short & Sweet Fall Challenge, and the Deluxe fall printables! 🍁🍂

Happy Fall - Free Printable Planner Stickers for Classic Happy Planner by Organized Potato - For use in Happy Planner, Erin Condren, Bullet Journal, scrapbooking, and other paper crafts. Great free DIY stationery craft! These super kawaii stickers are ready for your planner! Bring the beautiful fall colors that everyone loves to your planner with these adorable free stickers. Includes bonus clip art deco stickers! Perfect for your next DIY stationery project! #bujo #bulletjournal #cute #leaves #halloween #autumn #pumpkins #DIYcrafts #thanksgiving

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This printable has:

  • 6 full day boxes (decorative)
  • 3 full day boxes with space for writing
  • 3 half boxes
  • 7 “today” banners
  • 7 “to-do” banners
  • 7 to-do checklist ribbons
  • 4 habit trackers
  • 7 hydrate trackers
  • 1 weekend banner
  • 2 washi strips
  • 10 misc deco 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″ 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!

As always, this printable is free for personal use only. Some of the images I used were created by Victoria Bilsborough (first images in the first & third rows), Jess Smart Smiley (first image, second row), and Christelle Daures (second image, second row). Thank you so much for your beautiful artwork! Be sure to check out their sites and send them some love!! 💕 All other images were found on Pinterest, or created by me.

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Hello Fall - Free Planner Printable for Classic Happy Planner! #organizedpotato #fall #fallleaves #autumn #autumnleaves #plannerstickers #DIYplannerideas #DIYstickers #printable #plannerprintable #freeprintable #freeplannerprintable #happyplanner #erincondren #filofax #kikkik #bujo #bulletjournal #september #october #november #fox #foxes #pumpkins

Looking for more printables? Check out my Pastel Fall Leaves printable, Hello Autumn printable, or or Pumpkins & Leaves printable.


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25 thoughts on “Free Planner Printable: Happy Fall!

    1. You can choose to scale the pdf down when you go to print it. I could be wrong, but I think the magic number is 67%. So, instead of printing it “Actual Size” or any other option, choose “Custom Scale” and type in “67%”. Let me know if this works!


      1. 67% is a little too big for the box up and down, if you lay it on it’s side it’s too short, I usually just have the sticker flow into a second box if they’re too big, I’ll just do that and I can lay them side by side


      2. Shoot, I’m sorry I got the scaling ratio wrong. I only just purchased a Mini (literally two days ago!) And haven’t had the time to try out scaling down my printables for the mini. I’m glad you found a creative way around it, though! 💕


    1. My printables are for the Classic Happy Planner (the medium-sized one) but you can resize it when you print it so that it fits in both the Mini and the Big Happy Planner. I believe if you scale it down to 85% it will fit the Mini, and 115% for the Big. Hope this helps! (:


    1. Short answer:
      To scale it with respect to the height of the page, print it at 75.67%.

      To scale it with respect to the width of the page, print it at 64.28%.

      Long answer:
      I’ll walk you through how I got the short answer, so you can understand how I got those numbers. You can use this skill to scale ANY printable for ANY planner! You have to do a little bit of math, but I promise it’s nothing too intense!

      Even though the printable itself is designed to be printed on US Letter paper (8.5” wide x 11” tall), the boxes were sized specifically for the Classic Happy Planner.

      The Classic Happy Planner pages measure (7” wide x 9.25” tall).

      The Mini Happy Planner pages measure (4.5” wide x 7” tall).

      So what we’re going to do is:
      1. Take the desired planner page’s height (The Mini Happy Planner) and divide it by the printable’s height (in this case, the Classic Happy Planner). This will produce a result proportional to the desired planner page’s height. If you wish for your resized printable to be proportional to the width, use the width measurements instead.

      2. Then we multiply the result by 100 to get a percentage.

      3. Print the page at that percentage.

      It is important to note that you will get different answers depending on whether you use height or width, unless the pages sizes are perfectly proportional to each other.

      So for height I did: HPM (7”) / HPC (9.25”) = 0.7567 x 100 = 75.67%

      For width I did: HPM (4.5”) / HPC (7”) = 0.6428 x 100 = 64.28%

      Hope this helps! (:


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