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I am so excited to share with you my tutorial today! I’m going to be honest, my biggest struggle with this whole planning thing is that I like it cute, but I HATE cutting out a million little pieces! And I don’t own a fancy cutter, just plain old scissors here, so I decided to experiment and try something a little more digistyle! After all, I am the DigiCrafter, so if I can’t use digital means to make my crafting easier, then I’m not really living up to my name, right?
So, after I created this sheet of stickers (which I fell in love with before I even finished creating them) I saved them as little png pieces. This means that I can place them on my calendar BEFORE I print it! Now, I know this doesn’t do us much good if we’ve already printed our calendar for February, but I just had to try it to see if it would be worth going this route for future months! And I have to say that I LOVE THIS!!
Even if I wait to write the bulk of my planning things in, I can put into place the things I know I want there. For example, I need to remember to drink more! So I can put my little hydrate stickers on each week day to remember while I’m working to have more water. And I can put the tabs at the top of each day to help me mark off my to-do list after I write it in each night for the next day. You can still print and use these, but imagine the possibilities of having them in the png format to use as well!
I started with one of the weekly February layouts:
Then I use the place feature to pull in the little calendaring pieces I want, until I have them like this:
and the second half of my week looks like this:
I know I will have more to add, but this gives me a more personalized, cute layout ready for me to write things in it. And the best part is, there is no waste! I can use these stickers over and over again each week. I don’t have to buy sticker paper which is quite a bit more expensive than the paper I print on.
Isn’t this great? So, just for my own way of knowing! Raise your hand (by leaving a comment) if you think you might give this a try!
Here is a preview of the sticker sheet.