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Summer Nights KIT! – Free Printable Planner Stickers

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Hi everyone!

So I’m super excited to be sharing this with you! I am posting my very first free printable kit! I don’t see very many people posting full kits online, so I wanted to share that with you! I see a lot of samplers which are great starting points, but for a no white space planner like me, I needed more to do a full kit, so the pages I’m sharing with you today should be enough to do a full no-white space spread!. Obviously I’m basing this off of how I plan and how I see others on YouTube plan, but I think that I’ve included enough that you could make it work for anything.

As you can tell by the title, my theme for this first kit is called Summer Nights. I based my color palette on very dark colors, but I also included a gold glitter to highlight the summer portion of the kit. I am going to try to post a new kit every Friday, but that may change depending on how busy I get. PLEASE give me feedback in the comments or on Instagram!As I mentioned earlier, I based this on how I plan and how  I saw a few others planning, but there could very well be some very useful items missing. Let me know what I should include, what I should remove etc. I know that it may seem too much, and if you think that, let me know. I just wanted to make sure that I could at least satisfy the majority of my readers. If you have any questions or concerns leave them below, and I will get back to you ASAP!

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usually post printables like this every other day, but this week I will be releasing a printable everyday along with my normally scheduled posts. So Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, you will be getting two posts with printables! Subscribe and follow so you don’t miss out on a post!

How to use printables:

Ranked in order of Difficulty (1-easy, 4-hard)

  1. Silhouette: This is by far the easiest way and that would be to print out the stickers on a sheet of sticker paper sticker paper 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.
  2. 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!
  3. Scissors: Print stickers on sticker sheet and cut out the various shapes with a pair of scissors. Peel the backing off to use.
  4. 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!

I chose not to include cut files in this post. I realized as I was writing this that my cut lines weren’t the way I wanted them to be, and I wanted to get this up as a Friday special, so I chose to leave them out. I’m going to try to include a cut file for next week’s kit though! Again, if there are any issues with the sizing, let me know ASAP so I know to fix it for next Friday’s kit. I usually design the kits the Monday before, so let me know by then if you have any concerns! Also, I may be changing up the layout in the future. I was kind of experimenting and trying to figure out what works so your input would be much appreciated!

Some pages will work for both Erin Condren and Happy Planner. I will let you know below which ones those are.

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This page here is sized for the Happy Planner. I included 8 full boxes and tons of half and quarter boxes. I wasn’t sure how many mini flags to include, so let me know if I should replace or keep them. I’m also thinking of changing the mini dots to mini icons. I found several times while I was planning that I needed smaller icons, and I didn’t even touch the blank dots.

HAPPY PLANNER Summer Nights Kit Page 1 pdf – DOWNLOAD

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Same as above but sized for the Erin Condren.

ERIN CONDREN Summer Nights Kit Page 1 pdf – DOWNLOAD

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This page works in both planners. I included a ton of headers and some labels. Which style is your favorite? Also are there any header labels that I should remove or add? I tried to include headers that work in both sidebars and header sections. I personally only use the today, todo, and little things headers along with one reminders header for my sidebar, but let me know what you have been using!

BOTH Summer Nights Kit Page 2 pdf – DOWNLOAD

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Same as above, this page works in both planners. I ended up adding more headers than I expected, but as always, I want to make sure that there’s something for everyone. I personally use about 15 TVs in a week (I know I’m crazy), 7 laptops, and about 3-4 various ones. I added some netural littles so that you could make them work for anything. As with the headers, if there is something that I’m missing, please comment below so I can add it for the next kit.

BOTH Summer Nights Kit Page 3 pdf – DOWNLOAD

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This is the washi page. I included various solid and patterned washi already cut into strips to fit in your planner. The bottom washi is sized to fit the Happy Planner, and because of that, I had room to add an extra set of bottom washi in blue glitter. I also included two weekend banners so that you could pick the one you liked more. I think I’m going to replace some of the washi with something else, but I’m not entire sure what at this point. I know that it’s too much and that 8 boxes of it should be more than enough, but let me know what you think.

HAPPY PLANNER Summer Nights Kit Page 4 pdf – DOWNLOAD

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Same as above but for the Erin Condren. I could only fit one set of bottom washi, but if you like the glitter, you could layer the Happy planner washi over the Erin Condren. I also had to take out 2 washi boxes to make room.

ERIN CONDREN Summer Nights Kit Page 4 pdf – DOWNLOAD

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This is the to-do list page. I have tons of different styles of checklists so that there’s something for every style of planning. I always use the ombre boxes and I’ve recently gotten into using the 3 heart checklist box with the labels. During the school year I use the checklist flags to mark assignments. The little “to” labels below the 3 heart checklists are so that you can stick them over the label section of the box so you can customize them for whatever you need. I used all four with a “to do” label to mark blog posts. You can also just write in the boxes if you don’t find a label you need. I also included reminder boxes. I’m not sure if I should use others so let me know what I should add. I’m thinking of replacing the mini checklist flags with boxes if I find that more are necessary.

HAPPY PLANNER Summer Nights Kit Page 5 pdf – DOWNLOAD

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Here’s the Erin Condren version.

ERIN CONDREN Summer Nights Kit Page 5 pdf – DOWNLOAD

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This page has some icons, weekly ombre lists, larger flags, a habit tracker, and a cute little quote box for your sidebar. The habit tracker in my spread is not this one. I made it custom to include my goals and labels, but I can totally do that for you if that’s what you like. I just figured I’d stick to what was mainstream for the blog. I got a lot of use out of the icons, but again, I definitely want to make smaller ones for next time.

BOTH Summer Nights Kit Page 6 pdf – DOWNLOAD

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I also went ahead and included a little sampler for those of you who plan in personal sized planners or just like to lightly decorate your spreads. I left some headers blank for you to customize, and I tried to include a fair balance of everything from the kit. it’s just so hard to condense 6 pages of stickers into just 1! This one is sized for the Happy Planner

HAPPY PLANNER Summer Nights Sampler  pdf – DOWNLOAD

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Because the Erin Condren boxes are smaller and I have extra room, I’m thinking of adding more items. What would you like to see more of? I’m thinking either labels or littles.

ERIN CONDREN Summer Nights Sampler  pdf – DOWNLOAD

If you have any suggestions for printable stickers, leave them here, and I will get back to you ASAP!

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2 thoughts on “Summer Nights KIT! – Free Printable Planner Stickers

  1. I love this kit! My fave colors and so many pages of stuff, it’s amazing. Thank you so much for your hard work and sharing for free. Btw, I found your page through Monica’s Marvelous Printables Facebook group!

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