Use these {FREE} motivational planner stickers in your paper planner to uplift, inspire and encourage you during the week. Plus 8 other crafty organization projects!

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I am a big fan of paper planners and have been since I was 13. There’s something about writing my appointments, to-do lists and other important information down on paper that just makes staying organized easier.

I’m also a fan of stickers. Seriously, you should see the amount of stickers I have. Some of my favorite are motivational planner stickers with uplifting phrases and encouraging words. Just seeing them in my planner makes me smile. Sometimes they are just what I need to see on a particular day. So today I’m sharing a set of 7 motivational planner stickers with you that you can use in any way you want. (I’ve listed a few ideas below.)

How to Get Your {FREE} Motivational Planner Stickers

You can download the FREE “Motivational Planner Stickers” SVG by entering your name and email below. You will then receive the file in a separate email which you can then download onto your computer or directly into your cutting machine software.


Supplies Needed for Planner Stickers

  • Silhouette Cameo (or other cutting machine)
  • Cutting Mat
  • Printable White Sticker Paper
  • Color Printer

How to Cut the Planner Stickers

If you are using a cutting machine to cut the stickers out, you will need to download the SVG file (free download) and open it in your design space/studio. Since I use a Silhouette Cameo, I will share the step by step instructions below for print setup:

Silhouette Cameo Studio

  1. Open your Silhouette Studio software.
  2. Select File > Open and find the SVG file you’ve saved to your computer.
  3. Click on the Page Setup Panel (right hand side) and select the Page Setup icon (it should be the first one).
  4. Choose the Letter option from the Page Size drop down.
  5. In the same panel, click on the Registration Marks icon and make sure the Style is listed as ‘Type 1’.
  6. Go to File > Print, then select your printer. (Make sure you’ve loaded your sticker paper into the printer upside down.)
  7. Once the stickers have printed out, you place the paper on the cutting mat and load it into your machine.
  8. In the Studio software, select the Send option.
  9. Make the following selection: Material > Sticker Paper, White. (I did not make any changes to the default settings.)
  10. Click the ‘Send’ button at the bottom. (Feel free to do a test print prior to cutting the stickers out if your blade is dull or if you just want to double check it will cut through.)

Cricut Design Space

If you are using a Cricut, check out the step-by-step instructions from Hey Let’s Make Stuff for the “Print Then Cut” settings. (Please note that this feature is not available for the Cricut Joy.)

4 Ways to Use the Motivational Planner Stickers

  • Your paper planner
  • Give them to your child to use in their planner
  • Teachers or homeschooling parents can use them on assignments
  • Lunch notes to your kids

Looking for more organization posts? Check out these DIY organization posts from some of my crafty friends! To go to their post, simply click on the link below the image.

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Gather all those tools in one place in your studio so they are right at hand with a gorgeous Stenciled Craft Tool Organizer created by Lindsay at Artsy Fartsy Mama.

Organize all your crafty and DIY plans with this two page Free Printable Craft Project Planner from Beth at Creatively Beth. Download available in color and black and white.

Organize this mostly forgotten space with Laundry Room Labels made with Cricut VinylLaura from Laura’s Crafty Life has the full instructions.

Keep your yarn neat and organized by project in the new year in a Crocheted Basket with Free Pattern created by Smitha at Smiling Colors.

Use these Free Motivational Planner Stickers to help you stay organized and give you a little boost during the week. Download the set from Shani at Sunshine and Munchkins.

Get motivated with this fun Free Printable Organization BINGO Game for kids and adults. Justine at Little Dove understands that everything has its place.

Upcycle those containers from the recycle bin into elegant storage with Crocheted Jar Covers and a Free Pattern from Erica at Five Little Monsters.

Organize your Spice Drawer or Cabinet quickly and easily with a set of labels created with Cricut Vinyl. Katie the Crafty Blog Stalker shows you how.

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