Since I'm a full-fledged planner addict now, I'm always searching for planner inspiration. I'm currently keeping 2 to 3 planners going. But my eyes are especially on either a Kikki K or Erin Condren planner sometime in the future. While thrift store hopping, I've found two Franklin Covey planners, a large and a medium one. The large one I've already dedicated to serving as my spiritual journal, but I have not decided what to do with the smaller one. Whenever I do go out thrift shopping, I now look for planners. Many planner addicts buy stickers and other embellies00 to finish off their planners and give them that personal touch. I'm grateful that I have my Cricut and Silhouette Cameo machines. They have proved to be invaluable to me in creating my own embellishments. I found some very valuable inspiration recently on my Instagram account, a thrifty way to print my own stickers. Using Avery's white full sheet shipping labels, I can use my own printer to personalize my journals with my very own unique stickers.
So instead of buying 100 sticker sheets online, I can run down to my local Walmart and pick up a pack or two of these. They work beautifully. Here are some samples of stickers that I have created:
Here is how I use them in my planner:
Now, if you happen to have one of these tools and you are a planner addict or you are thinking about jumping on the planner wagon, put these tools to good use and create your own personalized stickers and PLAN ON!