Who doesn’t love decorating their planners using cute pens and stickers? Are you using lots of decorative washi tape as well? All of these little things added up to help us create a motivating daily planner that helps us get stuff done!
The Coffee Planner Printables are two pages that are completely FREE for you. Use sticker paper to print, cut and peel for your own designer planner. I love coffee. I adore coffee. I can’t live without coffee. That is why I made these planner stickers for Savor and Savvy. If the lines I see at Starbucks and DD are any indicator, you love coffee just as much as I do!
📎 Tools Needed
To print these off, here is what you need to do:
- Fill out your name and email address and we will send them to you. Grab the printables and when the tab opens a new window in Preview, you can simply print from there.
- Cut around the printables you want and simply stick them in your planner.
- Print off as many as you want time and time again.
**Please only use for personal use only**
📱 The Sticker Paper Needed
I used this sticker paper:
📋 Sticker Maker Alternative
Being a scrapbooker, I’ve used this little Sticker Machine for almost 15 years! I still have the same original one and I love it!! I love that I can stick in a single image and get a sticker for just that one little thing, rather than printing off an entire page on Avery Sticker Paper. I love using Avery’s paper when I’m just starting out but when I need a couple little tabs printed out and then made into stickers, this machine is more economical to use. The refills pop back in with no issues and off you go!
📒 What Planner to Use
If you don’t have a planner yet, print out a few pages of our Free Planner Printable pages and play with it and see if you like it before investing in a full planner.
Another idea is to print off the Dot Grid Paper to use in a small planner as well.
If you are just starting out and looking at planners, here is a great one that I like to use:
This one is high on my list!
- I like the price point to start off with. Lol!
- Each day has enough space for me to write, cross off and even edit if I need to.
- I have holidays up through the following year for a quick glance.
- The spiral bound ones are the best!
My local office supply store had a limited supply of planners and what they did have were all well over $20 each. Sorry, that is beyond my budget right now. You can get a great one for a lot less.
🖊️ Using Planner Pens to Organize
I designate different color planner pens for different people and different tasks. Blue is for my husband, orange is for my son, red is working out and so on. You don’t have to do this but I love a quick glance at the planner to see what the day brings and can quickly see where my attention is needed.
This one is one of my favorite sets as I get a huge pack for well under $10. I can’t go to Michaels with a coupon and get this price point…trust me. I went with my coupon, checked the Amazon app while at the store, went back home and just ordered them.
☕ Coffee Note Cards
We made some sweet Coffee Themed Note Cards at the same time as the Planner Stickers. Hop over and snag them as well (They are FREE!). There are two sizes and they are perfect for those everyday cards you need for a quick “thank you”, “thinking of you” or even “Mothers Day/Fathers Day”. I love Hallmark as much as the next gal but those cards are just getting too expensive. I need frugal options to still send love without the hefty price tag!
Hope you have fun with your planner and enjoy printing off these fun new stickers! Let us know how they work for you as we love feedback from our readers!
Ginny Collins is a passionate foodie and recipe creator of Savor and Savvy and Kitchenlaughter. Indoors she focuses on easy, quick recipes for busy families and kitchen basics. Outdoors, she focuses on backyard grilling and smoking to bring family and friends together. She is a lifelong learner who is always taking cooking classes on her travels overseas and stateside. Her work has been featured on MSN, Parade, Fox News, Yahoo, Cosmopolitan, Elle, and many local news outlets. She lives in Florida where you will find her outside on the water in her kayak, riding her bike on trails, and planning her next overseas adventure.