To start, you will need the following items:
- Full sheets of 8.5" x 11" sticker paper (I order mine from onlinelabels.com).
- Planner (or whatever you want to decorate!)
The process is pretty simple. I print the PDF onto the full size labels and then simply cut each graphic down to size. I like to cut shapes like the squares, rectangles, flags and patterned borders to their exact sizes, but I leave a little bit of white space around the graphic icons (this makes them much easier to cut and I personally love the look!).
Below is a peek at how all the graphics from this PDF looked after I trimmed them to size.
It is really just as easy as that! Print & trim! I think I paid around $10-15 total for my label paper but it was for a pack of 100 so it should last a good amount of time. I also always print on the best or highest setting my printer offers. It does use up more ink but I really love the way the color comes out. I used a Canon Pixma to print up all the designs in these pictures.
Here's one last pic (before the pen!) of the weekly donut sticker set in my Erin Condren Life Planner.
If you are unsure something like this will work for you I have a PDF sticker freebie at the link below that you can try out and play around with first!
Glitter Planner Sticker Freebie Printable PDF
I hope this info helps a little for those of you who were wondering how to print these up! Happy planning & decorating!