Today’s printable is truly versatile and will definitely work in any planner you choose. I know I always say that, but mini checklists really can be used for anything. These are shorter than the normal checklists that fit the height of the planner box. I find these are great for placing inside half boxes or for smaller spaces, like in a horizontal planner. I replaced the hearts with little hexagons to change things up a little, but I definitely will be posting longer checklists with the traditional hearts eventually.
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This printable has 3 different sheets with warm, cool, and neutral color palettes.
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How to use printables:
Ranked in order of Difficulty (1-easy, 4-hard)
- Silhouette: This is by far the easiest way and that would be to print out the stickers on a sheet of sticker paper and then run it through a cutting machine like the Silhouette Cameo. I have preset the cut lines in the studio3 file, but I would recommend double checking to make sure the stickers are going to be cut the way you want them to.
- Box Cutter/ X-acto Knife: Print out the stickers on sticker sheets. Using a sharp cutter and a ruler, gently press against the paper to create a cut through only the top layer of the sticker sheet. Peel back to use. Get a parent’s help if you are young as this can be very dangerous!
- Scissors: Print stickers on sticker sheet and cut out the various shapes with a pair of scissors. Peel the backing off to use.
- Stickerless decorating: This is by far the most tedious, but it definitely works. It doesn’t look as nice or glossy as stickers do but its a way to decorate a planner without purchasing sticker paper. Check out my blog post on how to do it!
Below each image you will find 2 files: a studio3 (Silhouette) and a pdf. In the studio3 file, I have already set the cut lines for you, but you should definitely check before you print to make sure that everything is the way you want it. I forgot to remove the registration marks on some of the pdfs, but they don’t get in the way of any stickers so it shouldn’t be too big of a deal.
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Warm Mini Hex Checklists pdf-DOWNLOAD
Warm Mini Hex Checklists studio3-DOWNLOAD
Cool Mini Hex Checklists pdf-DOWNLOAD
Cool Mini Hex Checklists studio3-DOWNLOAD
Neutral Mini Hex Checklists pdf-DOWNLOAD
Neutral Mini Hex Checklists studio3-DOWNLOAD
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