Hello everyone! It’s Stephanie, your planner goodie lady, with another Happy Planner freebie.
I’ve got another layout for you all to enjoy again!
I really really love the colors I put in this one. They make me so happy. They remind me of spring and I love spring. And yes, I know that is summer and that summer is almost over *gasp*, but I still love spring.
I also love the geometric shapes that make up the pattern of the boxes. They look like a bunch of diamonds-and diamonds are a girl’s best friend, right?
Here’s a what the pages look like up close!
Oh so pretty, isn’t it?
My favorite part of these layouts is not only the pretty colors but the weekly menu and work schedule boxes that are on the second page. These are great for you lovely ladies out there that need to be reminded of when you have to put in hours at work.
This freebie created by yours truly is just like the last couple I’ve provided here at Planner Squad. They come with the DIY file so that those who wish to can make up their own layouts.
If you don’t have the time or resources to create your own, I have this layout all ready for you to print out at home on sticker paper, label paper or just plain printer paper.
Also, I totally recommend using a Gyro- Cut tool to cut these out or something similar. It will make things so much easier to cut out, like the cute little icon pictures and the weekend bunting images.
These free printables are also available in both options for the Big Happy Planner.
So what are you waiting for? Click on the image below to gain access to this printable and get planning!!
Enjoy these Pretty In Pink: FREE Printable Stickers for Both Size Happy Planners! Make sure to browse through all of Planner Squad’s free printables to discover cute and functional ways to decorate your planners!
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