This is not a sponsored post. I just really, really love my Happy Planner and want to share the love and ideas!
Today I’m going to explain how to make your very own “Happy Planner” DIY Sticker Book!
On Black Friday, Me and My Big Ideas had a huge sale on their stickers. I got this entire haul for $40:
Wow! That is a LOT of stickers! When I got them, I thought to myself, “I am never going to have to buy stickers again!”. I put them in a magazine file on my desk, and honestly…. hardly ever used them. There were so many different packs with so many different stickers… it was overwhelming to try and flip through them and find one I wanted! I found myself using the same one or two sticker packs, and ignoring the rest. I knew I needed to find a better solution!
In February, I purchased the Happy Planner Punch and fell in love with it.I could now punch all the things and add them to my planner!! I also purchased the Washi Sticker Pack… and for the first time, I could pop a pack of stickers into my planner. It was revolutionary. It blew my mind. And I knew that I had to do this to all of my sticker packs!
- Happy Planner Punch
- Happy Planner Extension Rings (I used these.)
- Happy Planner Front & Back Cover (I used one from this pack.)
- Happy Planner Pocket Folders (I used the old ones, but the new ones are adorable!)
- Me and My Big Ideas Sticker Packs
- Cardstock (I used a pack from Michaels, but I can’t find the link online.)
- Tape Runner
- 1. Attach your rings to the front and back cover. Lay open on your table.
- 2. Punch your cardstock using your happy planner punch.
- 3. Take apart one set of sticker pages so that you have five-six different sheets of stickers.
- 4. Using the tape runner, run tape across the four sides of one side of the cardstock. Stick one sticker page on the cardstock. Repeat the same steps to the back of the card, making it a double sided page.
- 5. Add the page to your happy planner sticker book.
- 6. Use the divider pages to seperate stickers into sections. (I personally have three sections- planner stickers, quote stickers, and letter/number stickers.)
- 7. Repeat until your notebook is full!
I was able to fit a lot of sticker books into this one notebook. I still have more left over though, so I might have to make another one! I hope you are able to create your own and find it as useful as I do! I can already tell that I’ve been using way more stickers in my planning!