I know it’s a bit late to be posting a New Year sticker set, but I made them, so might as well share! If nothing else, they’ll be good for next year! And really, they can be used for any celebration. Just ignore that giant glittery Happy New Year!
Since I’ve been using the same planner for the last year and a half, I was SO excited to finally crack open my brand new 2017 Erin Condren Life Planner. I already love how much thinner this one is versus my last one, since the last one was an 18 month version. The cover on the new one is also so much brighter and cheery! Yay!
Because I’m too cheap to pay for the actual personalization, I cut out a monogram and slapped that on the front. I also made an adorable little bow paper clip, to help me flip right on to the current week.
DIY Bow Clip
The bow was SUPER simple to make and only require a few strips of paper and hot glue. You can find the printable template HERE.
All you need to do is print the template out on your desired paper, then cut out each piece. Fold on the dotted lines for the top shape, then glue down on the second shape. Take the thin rectangle strip and fold it around the glued pieces and glue it on the back. Hot glue works best, since it dries and adheres quickly. Then simply glue the bow to the top of the clip. Use the small circle piece to sandwich the clip in between and you’re done!
I actually didn’t like how the colors didn’t stand out in the bow using the example pieces above, so I made several more versions. They only take a couple of minutes each to make, with minimal paper, so it’s easy.
Anyway, enough blabbering from me. Here are the two printable versions of the new year planner stickers.
Printable New Years Planner Stickers
- PNG file (for Cricut): HERE – remember for correct sizing, this file must be resized to 8.5″ x 6″ in Cricut Design Space.
- PDF file: HERE
And… Because I already had these made as well, here are the chore printable for cleaning and laundry.
- Chore PNG file (for Cricut): HERE – remember for correct sizing, this file must be resized to 8.5″ x 6″ in Cricut Design Space.
- PDF file: HERE
Wondering which materials I use to make my own stickers? Check out the list below!
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- Sticker paper: Avery Full-Sheet Labels
- Printing: Canon Inkjet All-in-One Printer
- Cutting: Cricut Explore Air
- Planner: Erin Condren Life Planner
Please remember that these are for personal use only! Happy planning!