1.5" Arrow Header Labels - Free Planner Printable

Welcome back!

This week I am back with some colorful 1.5" Arrow Header Labels. As with the Stitched Rounded Edge Labels, these would be good for the same things, as well as covering the header sections in your Erin Condren and Happy Planner weekly spreads. The are great colors that will match all of the Samplers I have put out in the past. I know if you download these, you won't be sorry!

Here is a preview of the download and the links are right below:


Download the pdf HERE

Download the studio3 HERE

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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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8 comments :

  1. Awesome about the studio3 file! Thanks for sharing and providing the cut file.

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  2. Love these! I'm thinking these would be perfect to keep track of appointments as well! Thank you!

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    1. They would be perfect for that! You are welcome.

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  3. What type of paper/labels do you use to print these?

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    1. I print with:
      -All of the sticker sheets I print with are from www.onlinelabels.com. I have listed the name and type of sticker sheets that I use below. (I have also used sticker sheets from www.worldlabel.com. They are essentially the same thing.) You can also search on amazon.com for good deals on bulk sticker paper. If you buy in bulk, you will save a ton of money.

      Standard White Matte, Removable White Matte, White Gloss Inkjet, & Clear Glossy & Clear Matte Inkjet.

      -I buy the Full Sheet with No Back Slit. If you buy them with the back slits and stick them to your cutting mat, you will regret it! They are a pain in the you know what to get off! Trust me! But if you do accidentally buy sticker sheets with slits on the back, I recommend placing a strip of Packing Tape or Scotch Tape over the slits on the back side to make them easier to remove from your silhouette cutting mat and save you the headache of the backing separating from your stickers you just cut.

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  4. I just stumbled across these and they are lovely! As an editor with 40+ projects a year with various deadlines, color-coding is crucial. But I am wondering if there is an easy way to add text to the boxes. Do you have any advice?

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    1. Do you u know how to use the Silhouette Software? This is the program I use and the only way I know how to do it. You can just add the text over the boxes using the Text Feature.

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