I’m really excited to upload this post as I will be sharing a free tool every student needs to try. Planning in high school and college is very different, as you have fewer classes in college, fewer assignments in general, but more long term deadlines to remember. I couldn’t really find paper planner that suited my needs my first semester of freshman year. I can’t totally remember how I stumbled across this site, but it was likely through a youtube video or google search. Nonetheless, I’ve been using it religiously for 3 semesters now, and it is truly the best option available for students.
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I’m ready to jump back into it with a new set of blog posts centered around tips and resources for making your own planner stickers. Whether you are looking to design for yourself or to sell, there are not a lot of resources out there explaining how to do that, and I’d love to share what I’ve learned with you.
For the first post, I want to focus on finding patterns and clip art for your planner stickers. Unless you are an artist and are very much into graphic design, digital paper and pre-drawn clip art are essential to complete a kit’s theme. However, there are a lot of rules that go along with using and licensing an artist’s work, so I wanted to break those down and share some of my favorite shops and websites for usable and affordable artwork.
When I first started out, I felt overwhelmed with all the options, so I made spreadsheet outlining costs, licensing, ease of use, and coupon codes.
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