Etsy Printable Planner Stickers: Kittik Printables
These printable stickers by Kittik are quite lovely. I like the range of shades that she offers, and the price is reasonable. There are LOTS of stickers to choose from, so I’m sure you’ll find some that are useful to you. I thought I’d share the stickers that I have downloaded and printed from this Etsy shop.
You might know this about me if you follow me on Instagram, but lately, I’ve jumped on the “planner addict” train. I’ve always enjoyed my paper planners… and in the past I’ve been a scrap-booker, so it is no shock to me that this new hobby was born. Etsy has some amazing planner sticker shops… girls are creating lovely stickers… and I could easily spend so much money that I do not have to bedazzle my planner pages.
I’ve found a way to enjoy stickers in a more budget-friendly format. Many of these Etsy shops sell the downloadable version of their stickers. You pay for them once (no shipping!) and you have the file which can be printed over and over again. I pick up Avery full page shipping labels to use for sticker paper, and print!
This process takes a bit more time, but if you’re anything like me, you’ll find it therapeutic, so it isn’t a problem. I simply print the files, cut them out with scissors, and stick them on my planner pages to my heart’s content.
These camera labels come with two files, one with a white background, and one with a colored background, which I think is a nice feature. I like to use these labels to track my Instagram posts, which often correlated with my latest blog posts. These aren’t totally a must-have, as I’m sure the majority of people don’t have a need to track what they’re posting on social media, but I am glad for them, and I use them frequently.
I use these blank appointment labels A LOT! I like to track my health with these in my monthly pages, I use them for blog posts, meetings, appointments, and more in my weekly pages. I’d recommend grabbing these first. They’re very practical and you’ll use them a lot, even if you aren’t into decorating your planner or calendar. You could even use them in a color-coding system… one for each member of the family or one color for work, one for church activities, one for personal time… you name it. These also come with two files: one with a colored background and one with white.
These header labels are made specifically to fit over the pre-printed ones in the Erin Condren or Happy Planners. I like to use them for that sometimes, but I also like to create my own sections with them, or use them to “title” a checklist. These are handy to visually break up the day in a vertical planner and really organize the space. I enjoy these, but I wouldn’t say they are a must-have.
I love these little daily habit trackers! I use them along the side-bar of my planner to track little things that I want to be sure to do every day of the week. Simple things, for example, make the bed, take vitamins, eat breakfast, remove makeup before going to bed (are you doing this?!?), etc. These stickers are cute and are useful for building on those tasks that you want to become habits. It’s rewarding to check off those little hearts at the end of each day. I definitely recommend these stickers.
Next to the blank appointment labels, these meal planning stickers are a favorite. The range of colors is so pretty, and I really like the accountability of actually writing down what I’m eating each day. I usually plan our dinners in advance, but for breakfast, lunch, and snacks, I record as I eat. Ideally, this means that I’m making better choices with the food I’m consuming… which does work most of the time. ;) I do recommend these stickers for those who either like to plan meals ahead of time, or track what they’re eating each day.
I hope you found this post helpful… If so, I will continue to feature different Etsy shops that offer printable stickers in the future.
How do you like to use your planner or calendar? Are you a strictly functional kind of planner, or do you enjoy a little decoration as well? What kinds of stickers to you use?
To see this stickers in action, check out my Instagram page where I post past weekly spreads!