Who else loves planners? I love to use my planner to stay organized. I also hate having a lot of books lying around and reminders everywhere. Therefore I like to make my own stickers for just about everything to make it easy to stay organized. I love these stickers as you can keep track of your meetings and weekly weigh-ins in the same planner. This makes it so easy to look back and see your progress each week to celebrate all your hard effort.
I am so excited to be a consultant with Thirty-One and a fan of planners. One of the things I have found a great need for is Direct Sales Planner Stickers. Recently, I discovered how easy it was to make my own stickers and love how organized it makes my planner book to keep track of my parties, meetings, and other things that are always coming up. It makes such a difference when you are on top of things. You don’t forget as much and are able to ensure you stay on top of hostess coaching.
Have you got hooked on planners and planning yet? Searching Michael’s for planner stickers? I sure have been! Along with Etsy, but I haven’t quite found what I am looking for, with my daughter in Nursery School and my son scheduled to start soon I decided to make my own Printable Preschool Planner Stickers.
If you are just getting into planning you may wonder what you need, I’m here to help you!
An awesome planner. I like the Create 365, The Happy Planner. Personal preference, but I like how there are three slots per day. I have a home business, blogging stuff, and regular day to day kids, school, schedules to keep track of so having the three slots means I can track it all in one place. If you go to the Michael’s website and get a 50% off coupon it makes the cost much cheaper!
Pens. A fun collection of fine tip markers, coloured pens, and other writing implements, I love coloured pens! I use them to keep track of different things. Usually pink to keep track of stuff for my daughter, purple to keep track of my stuff, blue for my son, green for my blog, hot pink for my work, etc.
A good planner bag. Like this one from Thirty-One. It’s actually a hanging travelling case, but it fits my stickers, pens, markers, planner, etc. Having a bag where I can keep all of my tools together makes things easier, then whenever I need to add something to the calendar or planner I grab the bag and have everything I need.
Stickers. This is the best part, stickers to decorate your planner with, seasonal, inspirational, to do, etc. You can use stickers to decorate your planner like a scrapbook, keep track of important events and holidays, whatever, it’s your planner!
Who else needs Preschool Planner Stickers!
I need some very specific stickers to accommodate the events at my daughter’s Nursery School. My daughter belongs to a co-op so I bring snack once a month, my hubby cleans toys once a month, and I am on the board and have board meetings. They have lots of fun theme parties, field trips, and other events, so by designing my own Printable Preschool Planner Stickers it made life much easier!
Ready to print your own stickers yet?
I discovered you can print your own stickers by getting full sticker sheets at the store! Game changer for planning when I need specific stickers, I can make my own. Just in case you could use them too I am sharing them!
Are you wondering what to get your husband or wife for Valentine’s Day? Need a last minute gift? How about being frugal and a home-made gift to save money? Give them some home-made coupons, what better way to show your spouse that you care then by taking on some more chores around the house so they don’t have to do it. How about giving them some time alone to get some stuff done or just give them a break!
It’s a very easy last-minute gift and I’m sure your spouse will appreciate your thoughtfulness.
If you want to jazz it up you can cut it out and glue it on pretty paper, (like I did) or just hand your wife the whole paper not cut at all (like my husband did!). Either way it is greatly appreciated.
Please comment below, what are your favourite coupons to receive? What could your spouse do around the house to help you out?
I Love You To Pieces PrintableMy toddler loves to do crafts! The messier the better, so we decided to do some gluing practice and make some cards for all the people she loves. She loves to mail things and was really excited to make these I Love You To Pieces Valentine Card Printables.
Lots of construction paper (scrap paper is great too).
Markers and stickers
Free Printable I Love you to pieces found down below
First I cut up construction paper into random small pieces, I used left over from the hand print wreath actually so I was actually recycling. You could get your toddler to do this to if they are using scissors.
I had Bee choose a piece of paper (orange? for Valentine’s day? sure thing kid!) and drew a bunch of hearts all over the paper.
Next I had her glue the pieces of paper into the heart.
When she decided to be done, I used the glue to “fix” them, I just glued down all the top of the pieces and finished filling the hearts in. I found gluing on top of the heart helped to make the pieces stick better too and not pop up.
I left them to dry then cut them out that night while she was in bed.
The next day we found our envelops (IMPORTANT! Make sure your cards can fit!) and cut out some cards with the construction paper to fit the size. We glued on the printable, then the hearts, then I had Bee decorate the rest of the card with stickers and markers.
We will be popping these puppies in the mail as a fun surprise for her friends.
Granted these are just an excuse to mail things. Bee LOVES to send little letters to her friends and get to go to the mail box and mail them herself. It’s a great activity to do with your toddler, even better if she has friends that will mail her stuff back!
I Love You To Pieces Printable
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I love trying to think of creative ways to introduce my toddler to holidays and seasons. I decided to make her a matching game with Fall/Mabon/Autumn Equinox items to match. I found fall related items, apple, pumpkin, pine cone, leaf, and acorn and made a free printable for it.
Next, I printed two copies out in colour ink. Then I cut up the items into squares and glued them on construction paper to make it thicker. Using Saran press and seal wrap I laid all the items on it (sticky side up so the card stuck), and pressed the wrap down. pressing out the bubbles. I flipped the wrap over to do the other side, being careful it lined up. Using scissors I cut it out, making sure not to cut too close to the paper so as not to break the plastic seal.
There you go your own super cheap laminated Mabon matching cards! All you need is probably already in your house!
Now get creative thinking of all the things your toddler can do with it.