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Decorate your fav Happy Planner, Erin Condren, Plum Paper or Travelers Notebook inserts with these adorable watercolor dogs free printable planner stickers inspired by summer fun!
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Summer is my favourite season, by far.
Maybe it’s because we live in the Pacific Northwest, where it rains approximately 9 months a year until it’s been cold so long, you wonder if seasons even exist anymore. Maybe it’s a throwback to my youth when summer meant ultimate freedom and weeks spent at the lake. I don’t know, but I love it. The beach. Frozen
My love of this sunny season creeps into all aspects of my life – including my planner. I couldn’t resist creating these bright, fun
Featuring art from Pipz Designs on Etsy and decorative elements from FRANCE Illustration and Design Bundles.
Want to print these
watercolour dogs of summer planner stickers for yourself?
It’s so easy. Here’s what you need:
- A colour printer – mine is a Canon PIXMA because I love how vibrant the colours come out.
- Full Page Printable Labels like these Avery Shipping Labels
- A Silhouette Craft Cutter, a tool like a Gyrocut or good ol’ fashioned scissors
Simply print on label paper and cut out! Can’t wait until label paper arrives? No problem! You can print these on regular copy paper and paste them into your planner with a glue stick.
Download the free printable stickers file by clicking on the image below and saving the pop up to your computer.
Don’t forget to share your planner pages with us on Instagram!
Tag @kolsnotes or my plannergram @plan.crush.repeat – we can’t wait to see what you do with these!
Saturday 11th of August 2018
I think Emma might really enjoy some summer stickers with doggies on them. I have a stack of avery labels sitting on my shelf. By the way, do you hand draw all of the little doggies yourself?