Paris Sampler - Free Planner Printable

Welcome to another Freebie Friday! This week I am back with a Paris Themed Sampler.

Needless to say that unless you have been "Living under a rock" as my husband always says, you would have heard about the situations happening in Paris. I don't want to go into details about it or force my opinion down your throat, so I'll just say I was saddened when heard the news.

Since then, I have seen Paris themed stickers all over Pinterest, so I didn't feel like I needed to make one, as there were so many other options to chose from. That is, until my friend Tina contacted me and asked if I would make a Paris Themed Sampler. (I can't say no to her, even if I wanted to! She is my biggest supporter and cheerleader) So, of course I said yes and asked her if she would use this sampler in her planner and take pictures of her planner and send them to me...so as to show you other ways to use my sticker samplers in your planners. She did and I posted pictures of her planners and my planner towards the middle of this post.

I also posted a sneak peek of this on my Facebook Page and the response from everyone was overwhelming to me! It is by far the most liked picture I have ever posted on my page! The suspense was killing me and I wanted to post the sampler to my blog right away. So hopefully I didn't torture you too much having to wait until Friday. :)

Here is a preview of each of the samplers and links are right below each picture:

Download THP pdf HERE

Download THP studio3 HERE


Download the ECLP pdf HERE

Download the ECLP studio3 HERE


Here is how my friend Tina Wallace used the Paris Sampler in her different Planners:

This is her Happy Planner with her Journal Cards in the middle to remind her to write down the things she is grateful for. She also included all of the other elements she used in her spread in this picture:


This is her Happy Planner with the cards removed so you can see the whole week. I love how she added her glitter washi tape and the little clear gems and pink pearls for some additional girly touches. She added a couple of darling pictures of her and her daughter, as she uses her planner as a journal to remember her little girl and all of the adorable things she says and does. And of course there is a hedgehog, as she is an avid collector of everything Hedgehog. (You should see this adorable washi tape she has!):


And finally we have her Websters Color Crush Personal size planner. She had stickers left over from her sampler so she decorated this planner as well:



Here is how I used the sampler in my weekly spread:




Additional items used in my planner are: My Colored Column Checklists HERE, stamped with wine glasses from this stamp set HERE using Midnight Black VersaMagic Chalk Ink

The Habit Tracker in the note section is something I am trying out. If anyone is interested in this as a printable, comment below will other suggestions to use in the headers. I used Blog, Personal, and Family. (Not everyone will want those as their header names) So let me know what other combinations you would like to see.

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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12 comments :

  1. Thank you so much for all of you lovely work. Those of us on a budget are able to decorate and feel part of the community.

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    1. You are welcome. I am in your same boat. I am so glad to help out a fellow planner like myself who is on a budget.

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  2. Thanks very so much for freely sharing your expertise it is really appreciated when one is on a tight budget

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    1. You are so very welcome and I totally get you because I am there with you!

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  3. I absolutely love this planner spread. Thank you so much for making this affordable and easy to use

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    1. You are so very welcome! Affordable planning is my whole goal with this blog.

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