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Reminder Banner Arrows - Free Planner Printable

Hi everyone. Welcome back for another Free Planner Sticker Printable. 

On Monday and Wednesday I try to post a universal printable that you can use for any planner you have in your stash. I know some of you switch up what planner you use on a weekly basis. I myself use the Regular Size Happy Planner that I leave on my coffee table. 

This weeks printable is a continuation of the Reminder Shape Series I have been doing on this blog. I have several shapes that have posted in the past, so if you want to see the rest of them, click HERE.

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 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 printable:
Reminder Banner Arrows from the Reminder Shape Series from
Download the pdf HERE
Download the studio3 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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  1. I JUST found you (via Pinterest)... and I THOUGHT I was reformed from decorating my planners.... WRONG! (darn it, you enabler ;-) ) You have the MOST BEAUTIFUL collection. Thank you a million times, thank you. I bought a happy planner to help with achieving goals in my new business and here I am right back in paper planner HE.... Heaven :-) I spent a good part of my professional life helping people be PAPERLESS but it's tough as an artist (and all round HAPPY person) to be satisfied with a little screen and some words to represent my life. My very first decorated planner was 1983 (yes, i'm that old) i worked in a store with a billion stickers!!!!! and I was hooked. I still have the pages :-)... well no, last year I took pictures of it (and all the other ones and tossed them - that's what i'm doing these days; tossing after one year and just keeping a 1-2 page summary of important events along with the digital record (thank goodness for backups!!!) Anyway, just wanted to share with you that this old timer(ish) swore to be off planner decorating lady is back up to old tricks. (will post and #share with you :-) ) THANK YOU for your work!

    1. I hear you. Back in the day I started with a Franklin Covey planner and just made lists in that planner. Then I saw you could "scrapbook" in your planner and I have been obsessed ever since! Your comment made my day. I really love creating and sharing what I love and I am glad you found me.