New Year’s Day will be here before you know it. Get a jump on organization with these planner stickers made with the Cricut. This post is sponsored by Cricut. This post contains affiliate links, which add no additional cost to you but help support this site.
New Year’s is often a point of renewal for many people. For me, I find myself desperately attempting to get organized after the first of the year. This organization usually only lasts for about a month. One organization tactic that I implemented over a year ago that has managed to stick around is the use of a paper planner. I know, I know. People use their phones now for planning, right? But I’ve never been able to jump on board with this. I have to have a place to write down “to-do” lists and events.
When I walk into a craft store, I see evidence that many other people agree with me. Paper planning has a section of its own at most craft stores. From planner stickers to tassels to other items in between, staying organized with an “old school” planner is still a great way to keep track of all the aspects of busy days. But many of the planner embellishments can get expensive. And I dislike buying a package of planner stickers when I only have certain ones that I actually want or need. If only there were a way to make my own planner stickers that exclusively have just the ones that I need.
Enter the Cricut machine.
With Cricut’s Print then Cut feature, I can print my own planner stickers on my home printer and then cut them with my Cricut machine. And today I’ll show you how to do that, too.
Supplies to Make Planner Sticker:
- Cricut Explore Air machine or Cricut Maker
- Cricut Standard Grip Cutting Mat
- Printable Sticker Paper OR Printable Vinyl if the sticker paper is too thick for your printer (see THIS POST for Troubleshooting the “print” portion of Cricut Print then Cut.).
I’m using planner sticker designs from Cricut Design Space, but you can also upload your own designs that you have made yourself or purchased from a website. I’m using these.
To begin, open Cricut Design Space. Click “Images” and search “Planner Stickers” to find ones that you want to use or upload your own. You can also narrow your search to “printables” with the “Filter” option to find ones that are ready to print then cut.
Place your sticker choices onto the design canvas.
Click “Make It.” Cricut Design Space will give a directive to print. Follow through with these directions to print the stickers on your home printer.
Continue following the directions to cut the stickers with the Cricut machine.
Note: If using squiggles or arrows on the stickers, be sure that they are set to print only. Otherwise, they will cut out of the sticker.
Use in your planner!
Are you a Cricut Access subscriber? I did a post a while back entitled, “Do I Really Need Cricut Access?” It’s been hugely popular, and readers have chimed in with their feedback. For those of us who use our Cricut on a weekly basis, subscribing to Cricut Access is awesome. I make a variety of different projects (rarely the same one more than a handful of times), and I need access to a library of images. Being a Cricut Access subscriber allows me to have a wide range of images readily available for me to use when I need them. Cricut now offers different tiers of the Cricut Access subscription— Cricut Access Premium, Cricut Access Standard, and Cricut Access Fonts. You can find out with Cricut Access membership plan is right for you on the Cricut page or read more FAQ on my “Which Cricut Access Plan Is Right for Me?”
Want more Cricut projects, tutorials, or information? Check out the Cricut tutorial page!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.