Are you enjoying all the Sailor Moon freebies?! I’m obsessed with them! Here’s another gorgeous pastel printable featuring the inner senshi! I just think the colors are so dreamy.
Looking for more Sailor Moon printables? Check out my other Sailor Moon freebies here! Continue reading “Free Planner Printable: Sailor Moon – Pastel Inner Senshi”
I’m a coordinator for a local meetup group, and we have a themed planner meetup event planned for this month! The theme is Sailor Moon!!! 🎀🌙 Excited doesn’t even begin to cover it! I am having SO MUCH FUN putting together the swag bags and raffle prizes! 💕 So in the spirit of my upcoming event, the next few freebies will be Sailor Moon themed! 💖
I’m super excited to start with this printable! It features soft pastel colors and simple Sailor Moon backgrounds. And the best part? It’s three full pages long!
Can’t wait and need more Sailor Moon printables now? Check out my other Sailor Moon freebies here! Continue reading “Free Planner Printable: Simply Sailor Moon”
This week just flew by! Maybe because this week started on Tuesday (because of Memorial day on Monday), but I’m not complaining! It’s nice to have a 3-day weekend every now and then. Even if it makes you look like a crazy person the next week because you’re off by a day and keep thinking it’s Thursday when it’s really Friday!
Speaking of Friday… I’ve got a freebie to share with you all!!
This printable contains:
- 8 full day boxes
- 7 “today” headers
- 7 “to-do” headers
- 4 half boxes
- 7 hydrate stickers
- 7 checklist ribbons
- 4 habit trackers
- 2 square banners
- 1 weekend banner
- 4 circle stickers
- 8 icon stickers
- misc. deco stickers
As always, this printable is free for personal, non-commercial use. That means you can’t sell these or use these in any way to make money or anything like that! I didn’t create any of these images; I found them all on Pinterest.
(Keep scrolling! The links to download are just after this pic. 🙂)
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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!
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It’s finally Friyay! Woo-hoo! I dunno about you guys, but last week’s freebie totally put me in the mood for more summery printables. So here’s another fun fruity freebie (try saying that 3 times fast)! Hope you guys enjoy the printable! Continue reading “Free Planner Printable: Tropical Hello Kitty”
Talk about irony. I’ve been so focused on “catching up” on sharing past planner spreads, and here I am, late to share this week’s spread. Oh well. Better late than never, right? And this kit is too cute not to share! I’m seriously obsessed with this kit! Continue reading “May 21-27 Weekly Spread”
Hello, lovely friends! I’m super excited to share this blog post with you! I’m still playing “catch-up”; this time I’m sharing my weekly spreads from April (plus one weekly spread from March!)
A while back, I had an idea to make weekly kits that focused on a certain color and an accompanying emotion. But as I was working on these kits, the emotional aspect sort of faded away and I focused more upon making kits with bold colors. Continue reading ““Colors” Series (April 2018 Weekly Spreads)”
Hiya, everyone! If you haven’t read my previous posts, I’m playing “catch up”, sharing my weekly and monthly spreads in my planner. Instead of making one super-long blog post with all of my weekly and monthly spreads until I’m all caught up, I decided to group a couple weekly spreads into a couple of posts so it wouldn’t be overwhelming.
Today I’m going to be sharing all my weekly spreads from March! The first day of Spring was this month, so you’ll see a lot of plant-themed spreads! Continue reading “March 2018 Weekly Spreads”
Happy Friday! Even though it’s technically not officially summer yet, it’s definitely heating up down here in southern California! Summer is right around the corner and I’ve got the perfect freebie for you to summer-ify your planner! Continue reading “Free Planner Printable: Watercolor Fruit”
Hello, friends! I’m still here playing “catch up”, sharing my weekly and monthly spreads in my planner. Like I mentioned in my last post, I’m going to split up my February spreads into two posts, because I didn’t want to make one super-long post. It seemed natural to split up the spreads by the kits used rather than chronologically, because I only used 2 kits for the entire month of February! Each of the kits I used were 4 US Letter pages long, so I had plenty of stickers to decorate 2 weeks with each kit– I even a lot of leftover stickers!
Since Valentine’s Day is in February, all of the kits I used are romantic or lovey in one way or another. The kit I used for the spreads in this blog post is called “Love n Stuff“. It was designed specifically for Valentine’s Day! Continue reading “February 2018 Weekly Spreads – Part Two”