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Plan Away! – June Planner Stickers

Happy June, planner peeps! So last week Erin Condren launched her new 2016/2017 planners. I’m loving the neutral scheme, but am determined not to buy a new planner until the end of the year. However, all of the YouTube video and Facebook posts about the new planners are tempting me. Last week, I won a A5 ring bound Day Designer from The Planner Society. That inspired me to make some functional stickers that everyone could use. So whether you are an EC hourly girl, prefer the InkWell Press or Simplified Planner, make your own A5 inserts or grabbed a planner from Target -hopefully you can use this sheet of icon stickers. I’m thinking about making a social media/blogging set for all my blogger friends to use. Let me know what other icons may be helpful.

Just a reminder — Tag us on Facebook or Instagram; tweet us; or send us photos via email! I may just pick one of our planner peeps and gift them with a custom sticker set. 🙂

Simply print this file on full sheet sticker paper and cut out your stickers. I created the stickers for a 1/2 inch punch.

Plan Away!- June Planner Stickers (Printable)

 June Planner Printable - The Palmetto Peaches - palmsinatl.com * This printable from The Palmetto Peaches is for PERSONAL — USE ONLY.
*You MAY NOT RESELL, redistribute, or claim the original or derivative designs as your own.
*If you post this on the internet, please give credit to The Palmetto Peaches and link back to our blog (www.palmsinatl.com), so others can obtain the resources.

You can access the .pdf file here or simply click on the picture above for the download.

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I’d love to see how you use these stickers in your monthly and weekly layouts. Tag us on Instagram @PalmsinATL or use the hashtag #PlanningWithPalmsinATL.

Donni Siggy--The Palmetto Peaches

May Day (May Planner Stickers)

Happy May, planner peeps!  Again, I keep finding the printables on random Pinterest boards and I’m excited you’re sharing them. We got so many downloads every month, but I’d really love to see how you’re using them in your planners. Tag us on Facebook or Instagram; tweet us; or send us photos via email! I may just pick one of our planner peeps and gift them with a custom sticker set. 🙂

This set was made for an ECLP vertical, but will also work with similar planners like the Happy Planner. Included are the ever popular checklist boxes and flags, headers and miscellaneous icons (bill, pay day, email, grocery shopping, laundry, etc.) Simply print this file on full sheet sticker paper and cut out your stickers. 1/2 inch punches are perfect for all of the circle icons.

May Day – May Planner Printable

 May Day - May Planner Printable - The Palmetto Peaches - palmsinatl.com * This printable from The Palmetto Peaches is for PERSONAL — USE ONLY.
*You MAY NOT RESELL, redistribute, or claim the original or derivative designs as your own.
*If you post this on the internet, please give credit to The Palmetto Peaches and link back to our blog (www.palmsinatl.com), so others can obtain the resources.

You can access the .pdf file here or simply click on the picture above for the download.

I’ve got a second page of stickers that match the May colors. This sheet features more check list boxes and a few spinoffs of the checklist boxes. Let me know if you like the notebook paper and clipboard boxes.

May Day - The Palmetto Peaches - palmsinatl.com - Erin Condren Printables

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I’d love to see how you use these stickers in your monthly and weekly layouts. Tag us on Instagram @PalmsinATL or use the hashtag #PlanningWithPalmsinATL.

Donni Siggy--The Palmetto Peaches

Spring Bucket List

Spring Bucket List - The Palmetto Peaches - palmsinatl.comI looked up what words are most commonly associated with spring and these were my favorite:

active; airy; alive; awakening; blissful; energetic; enjoyable; growing; inspiring; invigorating; rejeuventating; renewing; sparkling; spectacular; thriving; unpredictable; vibrant.

I’ve always associated springtime with playfulness and a time of renewal. I encourage you to make the most of the season and participate in activities that make you feel like some of the adjectives above. I’ve created a blank bucket list printable for you to plan out some of the things you want to do this season. Whether you’re planning for yourself or for your family – I’ve pulled together some activities that are on my spring bucket list that will hopefully inspire your list. You could frame from your list and write on the glass with a dry erase marker –checking them off as you accomplish the items your spring bucket list.

 

Spring Bucket List - The Palmetto Peaches - palmsinatl.com

Spring Bucket List

  • Smell the flowers. Take a walk in the park or visit your local botanical garden. I’m planning to check out
  • Decorate your home with fresh tulips and daffodils.
  • Fly a kite. One of the best dates I’ve been on was out to Piedmont Park to fly kites. We failed miserably at it, but it was so much fun.
  • Blow bubbles and or dandelions.
  • ________ in the rain.  The saying goes: Though April showers may come your way, they bring the flowers that bloom in May. So go jump in puddles, sing, dance or kiss in the rain, or simply take time to listen to the rain.
  • Have a picnic. I just need an excuse to buy this cute gingham lined picnic basket I’ve been eyeing for the longest.

  • Leave your windows open to catch a spring breeze.

  • Enjoy a baseball game. Even if sports aren’t your thing, there will be delicious hot dogs and beer.

  • Visit your local farmers market.

  • Plant some greenery.  Listen, I don’t have a green thumb at all. Last year I killed my herb garden within a few weeks, but at first you don’t succeed…

  • Make a bird feeder.
  • Host a tea party.   Donni, what are you like 7? Yes, going on 27. Seriously though, put put on a floppy hat and a sundress and host a tea party for some of your friends. I promise it’ll be so much fun (just make sure you have some fancy tiny finger sandwiches)!
  • Play with sidewalk chalk.
  • Visit a festival. We’ve got a ton of art and music festivals in Atlanta — many of them are free. Check out what’s happening locally or a festival that would make a fun day trip.

What are some of the things on your Spring Bucket List? Leave a comment below.

Donni Siggy--The Palmetto Peaches

Planners Gotta Plan + (ECLP printable)

Can you believe it’s already October? 2015 has seriously flown by. I’ve been attempting to save more money as the holidays draw near. However, I have one major problem. You may remember that I explained in my August Plan with Me that I was a planner addict. Unfortunately, my love for my Erin Condren Life Planner and decorating it is one expense that I sometimes go a little overboard with – (true planner girls are saying amen right now). I mean there are sooo many cute planning stickers and washi tapes.

In effort to cut back on unnecessary spending I decided to employ my Photoshop skills and make my own stickers for October. In hopes that I save my fellow planner peeps a few dollars,  I wanted to share this ECLP printable (this should also work in the Happy Planner) with all of my planner addicts out there. This was my first attempt making stickers, so I’m excited to continue designing and will be sure to share my creations with you.

I’m not a fan of the color orange, but it does match the October monthly spread in the vertical ECLP. I added a few other colors to switch it up. Included with this sheet are checklist boxes and flags, water tracker stickers, miscellaneous icons and coffee stickers. I simply print these on full sheet sticker paper and cut them out. 1/2 inch punches work for the bigger circle icons. Remember to print actual size to keep the correct dimensions.

October - Fall - ECLP printable - The Palmetto Peaches

* This printable from The Palmetto Peaches is for PERSONAL — USE ONLY.
*You MAY NOT RESELL, redistribute, or claim the original or derivative designs as your own.
*If you post this on the internet, please give credit to The Palmetto Peaches and link back to our blog (www.palmsinatl.com), so others can obtain the resources.

You can access the .pdf file here.  Or simply click on the picture above for the download.

 If you use this printable in your weekly/monthly layouts take a pic on Instagram and tag me with #PalmsinATL or @palmsinatl. Happy planning!

Donni Siggy--The Palmetto Peaches