Free Tie-Dye Printable for Your Classic Happy Planner

Looking for a great way to rock your regular-sized Happy Planner?  Get these free tie-dye printable stickers that will help you channel your inner peace child (or at least have a super cool looking layout!)

Isn’t it fun finding new ways to decorate your Happy Planner weekly layouts?  The possibilities seem endless. And what makes it even better is when you can find awesome printable stickers for FREE!

Save your money for great planner accessories like planner bags and pens!

Want to add a bit of tie dye to your next weekly happy planner spread? Planner Squad has got you covered! For more planner printables visit www.plannersquad.com

To help us all create a gorgeous weekly layout in our regular-sized (Classic) Happy Planner (HP), Jenn made these fabulous tie-dye printable stickers.  The colors are amazing and make you feel at peace just looking at them.

Free Tie-Dye Printable for Your Happy Planner

This free tie-dye printable sticker set contains both pretty and functional stickers.  You will have sticker reminders for:

  • meal planning for the week
  • hydration tracker
  • to do
  • things to buy
  • little things
  • errands to run

You will also get bonus layout components of washi tape-like strips and completion stickers (“X” and checkmark).

Free printable stickers can be an easy way to decorate your planner and help you make sure you accomplish all that you need to get done in a week.

Tie Dye Weekly Preview Classic Happy Planner FREE Printable

To get your free tie-dye printable stickers for your Happy Planner, you must first make sure you are subscribed for Planner Squad emails.  Once subscribed, you will instantly become a Squadette and receive access to all our subscriber freebies.

CLICK HERE or on the image below to go to Planner Squad’s free printables page and subscribe.  You will receive an email with your super secret password that lets you unlock the vault of all of our planner freebies.

Get free planner printables at Planner Squad. Subscribers get awesome planner inserts, stickers, & more-like these July monthly layouts for Happy Planner.

We would love to see pictures of your Happy Planner with these free tie-dye printable stickers.  Tag us @plannersquad and show us your happy planning 🙂

 

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Order Washi Tape FREE Printable Stickers

What’s up Squadettes?! I’m so excited to have a brand new contributor with us here at Planner Squad. Everyone say hello to Cassie! Today Cassie has an amazing design to share with all of us, in the form of a FREE printable! Keep reading to check it out.

When you sit down and do you realize you just do not have that washi tape you want? If so, then you are just like me. Have you ever made a mental note to order washi, but keep forgetting until it’s too late?

If you have these issues, no fear. We have you covered with this adorable Order Washi FREE printable.

When I tend to run low or see some amazing washi tape that is for sale or pre-order; I always sit down and say, “I will order it in a little bit.” A little bit never happens.

I get side tracked on doing this or that and then several days later it hits, “Hey you never ordered that washi!” I go to order and it is already too late. Either sold out or not available.

So, as many of us are into glam planning we are also into stickers. I have created this adorable Order Washi Printable just for people like myself. With this adorable printable there is no excuse as to why we can not remember to order washi.

Now, that you have seen how adorable this printable is, aren’t you ready to use it? It will certainly make forgetting to order washi tape a thing in the past.

Here are the adorable order washi stickers in my bujo layout for the week. The stickers are less than an inch in size (each) so they will fit in a majority of different planners.

How to Use Printable Stickers

Is this your first time using free printable stickers? If so, here are some instructions on how to use these.

First, print them off using sticker paper (full sheet, 8×11 size). Then either cut them out by hand or use a cutter.

In this case, I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut mine. If you use Silhouette Cameo you will have to create cut lines for it.

Once you have them all cut-out, just peel off the backing, and stick into your planner! That is just about all there it is to cutting stickers.

So here’s to hoping there will be no more forgetting to order washi tape. Hope you all enjoy the stickers and hope to see them in your planner(s).

Click on the image below to download this free printable!

Get free planner printables at Planner Squad. Subscribers get awesome planner inserts, stickers, & more-like these July monthly layouts for Happy Planner.


How much do you love these stickers? I know we do! Comment below to thank the amazing Cassie for this printable, and to tell her how awesome they are!

 

 

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Tutorial: How to Cut Free Printable Stickers Using a Silhouette

Raise your hand if you hate fussy cutting! Yep, that’s me. I hate it so much that it’s one of many reasons I decided to purchase a Silhouette machine.

I know that I’m not alone in my hatred for fussy cutting. If you’re like me and have a Silhouette machine that you’re not very familiar with how to use, keep reading.

How to Cut Printable Files Using a Silhouette

I’ve had many Squadettes ask in our facebook group how to create cut files for the free printables they find online.  Today, I’m going to show you how I do it, step by step.

I would also like to note that the file I’m using in this tutorial is from the amazing Victoria Thatcher. I just love her printables!

Step 1: Convert PDF

Before you can import your file into your Silhouette software, you will have to convert it from a PDF to a JPG or PNG file.

While there may be free options for programs that will convert this for you, I personally use Photoshop since I already have that from my photography school days.

Step 2: Import File

Once you have your PDF converted to an image file, you can now open the image file with your Silhouette program. You can do this by dragging and dropping it into the software, or import through the library.

Step 3: Trace and Detach

At the top right-hand side of your Silhouette software, click on the trace button (it looks like a square with a little blue butterfly with yellow border).

Once you have selected the trace tool, you should see the following settings:

Click on “select trace area” and draw a box around what you want to trace. Notice I didn’t bother tracing the text along the top and bottom of the graphic, because I’m going to end up deleting that later, anyway.

Make sure to de-select “high pass filter”. Then turn the threshold up as high as it can go, and turn the scale down as low as it can go.

(Quick tip – if you’re having a hard time getting a clear trace, try doing it in sections, instead of all at once.)

Your image should turn yellow similar to the image below:

Once you have selected everything you would like to trace, select “trace and detach”. This will basically cut the images out of the background so you can move them around individually.

Step 4: Delete Background

Once you have detached all of the images, pull them off to the side out of the way. Then, select and delete the leftover background.

Step 5: Rearrange Graphics

Once the background image has been removed, rearrange your images where you want them on the document.

Step 6: Offset (Optional)

This step is only necessary if you want to have a bit of white edge around your stickers. If you don’t want the extra white space you can skip to the next step.

To create this white border, you will need to create an offset. Click on the image or images you want to offset. Then click on the offset tool along the top toolbar.

Adjust the settings so that it creates a red line border slightly from the edge of your images. I typically set my offset distance to .0125

It’s important to note that this red offset line is not your cut line. They look the same, but it’s only the line that will be traced whenever you make your cut lines in the next step.

Step 7: Trace Outer Edge

Once you have created your offset lines (if you choose to), you’re ready to trace your images again to create your cut lines.

Select the trace tool and highlight everything you want to cut. You’ll make your settings the exact same as you did in step 3, only this time you will select “trace outer edge”. This will create your cut lines.

Step 8: Print and cut

Once you have your cut lines made, you’re done! From here you’re ready to print and cut your stickers and start sticking them into your planners!

Tutorial: How to Print Free Printable Stickers Using a Silhouette Machine


Did this tutorial work for you? Comment below and let us know. Also if you think this post may help others, we hope that you will share it with them as well.

Happy cutting!

Jenn Roberts, Planner Squad, Chaotic Bliss Homeschooling

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