Colored Column Checklists - Free Planner Printable

Hello all! The week I am back to share a printable I am calling a Colored Column Checklist.

These are along the same concept as the Icon Column Checklists. Each colored square represents a Task or To Do. It is also just another way to add a checklist and some color to your planner without having to put stickers all over the place...something for the minimalists out there. You can see in a weekly spread towards the bottom of this post how I used them in my Happy Planner.

Each column will fit down the side of the weekly squares in the following planners: THP= The Happy Planner, ECLP= Erin Condren Life Planner, MMP= Mormon Mom Planner. But if you have a Happy Planner, you could use any of these printables, depending on how many things you have to do for the day.

Here is a preview of the printables and as always the links for the downloads are below each photo:

Download MMP/5 Column Checklist pdf HERE

Download MMP/5 Column Checklist studio3 HERE


Download ECLP/6 Column Checklist pdf HERE

Download ECLP/6 Column Checklist studio3 HERE


Download THP/7 Column Checklist pdf HERE

Download THP/7 Column Checklist studio3 HERE


Here is how I used them using my Paris Sampler that is posting to this blog on Friday:



I used them in the middle row all the way accross, stamping wine glasses from this stamp set HERE using Midnight Black VersaMagic Chalk Ink. I thought the wine glasses went so well with this spread. I will make sure to come and update this blog post with the link to this printable when it posts.

And as always, thanks for your support and for stopping by!

If you found this printable useful and are new to this site, go to my original blogs at plannerenvy.blogspot.com and myplannerenvy.blogspot.com to see many other free printables designed for your planners. 

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Also, when I post the studio3 files to my blog, they are ready to print and cut and you don’t have to do a thing. You don’t need to add cut line. As long as your printer settings are set to Print Actual Size and/or the Scale Setting is set at 100% or less, you should not have any problems with your Silhouette registering. If you do, click HERE for a post I did with tips on cutting, printing, downloading, and Silhouette files tips and tricks. You might find it helpful if you are having issues with my files or any other files on the internet.

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2 comments :

  1. Hello! I love all your designs for my ECLP. I have the Silhoutte Portrait and am trying to print your stickers but the writing is in the way. How do I fix this so the registration works?

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    1. The writing should not even effect the cutting of the printable. Look at this post and see if this might be your problem: http://www.myplannerenvy.com/2015/12/solving-issue-of-bottom-registration.html

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