As for the posts that I have used flaticon.com’s content, I will leave up a picture of the printable I made, but with a watermark over the top. I will have all of the appropriate links to flaticon.com, so that you can download the icons I used in the printable and directly from them, and be inspired to make the printable for your own personal use.
What does this mean for myplannerenvy.com? Right now I am working on finding Commercial Use Icons that I can use in my printables and upload THOSE into my past printables. This is going to be a long process for me and I still plan on coming out with new printables for you guys, but I want to do it right. I hope that you can be patient with me as I reformat and upload all of my printables so they that they can be used and downloaded honestly.
HERE is a link to a blog post that I made back in December 2015 showing how to make Planner Icon Stickers using Icons from flaticon.com. Since making this video, they have changed their options, and they give you the option to download the Icons in different colors now. Also in the video I say to download the Icons as a PNG, but I would download them as SVG, so that each element of the icon will be it’s own section and you will not have to break it apart to color it. I plan on making an updated video showing and going my in depth, but for now, this will have to do for those of you who want to make these stickers for yourself.
For this month, I went with neutral colors that I felt best suited the winter season. I just love the icy blue colors with pops of gold and silver. I hope you love it as much as I do! If you have any questions of how to use the Universal Extras, go to this post HERE where I posted several pictures of how I used them in all 3 of my planners.
I have made a set for the Erin Condren, Regular Happy Planner, and the Big Happy Planner. I decided to only do a PDF Overlay Version again for this month. It is just way easier for me to do it this way. Less time and less pulling out of my hair. :)
For the June Monthly Cover Squares, I had a request from a follower to make the Happy Planner version like I did the Erin Condren version, with the Top Header and the Goals sidebar. So I went ahead and I did as she wanted and I made a version for the Happy Planner. But here's the thing, no one Happy Planner is alike. What I mean by that is the Top Headers and decorative elements are all different and for that reason, the Header might not cover up all of the words and decoration that is already printed on the page. If that will bother you, cut up some blank sticker paper and cover the printed images above the calendar squares and then lay down your stickers. Or Better yet, cover it with some washi that matches the theme of the overlay.
NOTE: With the new Erin Condren Planner that was released in June, there was a difference in the height with the Header at the top of the calendar. I watched a video and she said it was a difference of 3/16ths, so that is the measurement is used. I have an old Erin Condren and I just lined the top of the header with the top of the page and laid it down and it worked out fine. If you have a new Erin Condren and use this printable in your planner, let me know how adjusting the header worked out for you. I tweaked it a little from last month with the help of a wonderful fellow planner named Kathy. I hope that this tweak will work for you. I guess I just need to bit the bullet and buy an Erin Condren, but honestly the amount of money the cost kills me. I can buy a leather Filofax for what you pay for an Erin Condren, and to be honest, I would rather have a Filofax any ay of the week before an Erin Condren.
Click on the actual picture for the jpeg file and click the links below the picture for the pdf and studio3 file with the cutlines included for your Silhouette Cutting Machine (this is the exact bundle I bought). You can cut these out buy hand using Scissors (these are the scissors I use when I cut by hand). Also, I get messages asking me about the paper I use to print with. I use onlinelabels.com and have every kind of inkjet paper they offer in white and clear in the Full Back (No Slit).
Here is a preview of the available printables for the Vertical Erin Condren, Regular Happy Planner, and Big Happy Planner:
NOTE: I had to remove some of the printable links. Those that you can still download will have the link below them. Those you cannot will have a watermark over the picture.
Download the ECLP pdfs HERE
Download the THP pdfs HERE
Download the Big HP pdfs HERE
If you use any of my printables in your planner, take a picture and tag me @myplannerenvy on Instagram or post your picture on my Facebook Page so I can see them in use. It really makes me happy to see others using my printables, plus it gives me new inspiration on how I can decorate my own planner and improve my printables to make them more universal for all planner lovers. :)
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