Free Printable Planner and Bullet Journal Stickers

Making your own planner and Bullet Journal stickers is an easy way to add artistic touches to your planner. Plus, they’re so easy! Run these through your Silhouette or Cricut machine or cut them by hand. They make quick headers a snap!

Print and cut your own planner or Bullet Journal stickers. Great for Cricut or Silhouette!

Free Printable Planner and Bullet Journal Stickers

Here’s the paradox of paper planning: Your planner is a productivity tool, so you want it to be efficient. But wait! You also enjoy it more when it looks nice. So, you put time into decorating it, which can make you less productive. The struggle is real, y’all!

Whether you keep a DIY creative planner, a life journal, traditional paper agenda, or prefer a simple system like the Bullet Journal, self-expression can make things more fun. If you’re anything like me, the creativity waxes and wanes. Some days, my journal is a retreat. A place to turn for creative play. Other times, I ‘m in a hurry, so I have to put art on the back burner.

Print and cut your own planner or Bullet Journal stickers. Great for Cricut or Silhouette!

That’s where stickers come in! You can easily make your own planner and Bullet Journal stickers. To get you started, I created these hand-drawn banners and buttons. ร‚ย Keep them in your pen pouch or at the back of your notebook, and you’ll be ready for headers in a hurry! If you’re new to sticker making, check out my tips below.

Print and cut your own planner or Bullet Journal stickers. Great for Cricut or Silhouette!

How to Use These Files

If you follow me on Instagram, you may have already noticed my gushy posts about my new Cricut machine. If you have a Cricut or Silhouette, you can easily print and cut these stickers in no time. I used:

  • The sticker file in this post (I created this freebie in two different options below for you). I used the PNG version, which works seamlessly in the Cricut Design Space.
  • My Cricut Explore Air 2 (yes, the mint one. I have so much in mint right now)!
  • A light grip cutting mat. You can use the standard grip version, but I like a lighter grip when paper cutting. It makes removal much easier and I don’t end up curling my sticker sheet.
  • White sticker paper: Michaels was out of the Cricut sticker paper, so I used Silhouette’s white sticker paper. It printed beautifully, and I was able to write on them flawlessly!
  • My Fiskars Paper Trimmer to trim the edges of your sticker sheet after using it your cutting machine. If you don’t have a paper trimmer, scissors work just as well.
  • My notebook, of course.
  • *Tip: I used the “Sticky Note” setting on my Cricut. If you’re working with a different brand, follow your machine’s recommendations for kiss cut stickers.

Print and cut your own planner or Bullet Journal stickers. Great for Cricut or Silhouette!

Free Printable Planner and Bullet Journal Stickers

Finally, the piece you’ve been waiting for! The free sticker files…Click the file types below to get it!*Personal use only. If you want to sell these anywhere (including an Etsy shop), please contact me directly for licensing options.

  • PNG (To print and cut with Cricut or Silhouette)
  • PDF (Print and cut by hand)

Happy journaling!

Print and cut your own planner or Bullet Journal stickers. Great for Cricut or Silhouette!

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Megan Rutell is the blogger behind Page Flutter. She's also a writer, stationery lover, Air Force veteran, and homesick Colorado girl.

15 thoughts on “Free Printable Planner and Bullet Journal Stickers”

  1. Hi, everyone! Some of you have gotten an error message when trying to comment on the blog recently. I’ve been working to track down the problem. You can help me by leaving a test comment below. Thank you all for emailing me to let me know about the issue! <3

  2. Hi Megan,

    I hope this comment goes through.
    You are a very beautiful lady!!
    I appreciate all the material you create and made available on your site. – Thank you so much!

  3. I tried to go to your site from your original email but it won’t let me in. I had to google Pageflutter to reach this page.

    1. Hi, Linda! Sometimes that happens to people who are trying to access my newsletter with Outlook or Hotmail. It has something to do with the way those particular email services filter emails from unknown sources. You might want to try adding megan@pageflutter.com to your address book or trusted contacts. Other than than, you can also copy the link from your email and paste it into your web browser. I hope that helps!

    1. Hi, Donette! I linked above to the Silhouette sticker paper that I used, but there are many brands you can use. The exact brand I used is here: http://amzn.to/2DzlDAH (that’s my affiliate link).

      Some people like Avery (http://amzn.to/2mB3TNj) or OnlineLabels.com sticker paper (https://www.onlinelabels.com/sticker-paper.htm?gclid=Cj0KCQiAv_HSBRCkARIsAGaSsrCl0QttGnLgVydbMOKnW9TbE81EnPwfS1KhoKVSGu1bdVxbvyN1OmUaAppAEALw_wcB). I think they’re all pretty good, so I recommend whichever brand is most available to you. I hope that helps! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I was unable to comment on the post with your 2018 setup, but I was wondering, with your dutch door, do you cut the page down the middle or just fold it in half?

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