Magnetic Planner/stickers (Erin Condren, Happy Planner)

Introduction: Magnetic Planner/stickers (Erin Condren, Happy Planner)

About: This box provides word's about me, myself and I.....For instance, My name is Amanda, but most people have adapted to calling me "Manda" (quotations added for dramatic effect.) as they seem to not posses the ab…

So I have a love of stickers, and organization, but like most girls, I hate carrying a planner around with me as much as I hate carrying a coat, so I'd rather freeze/forget things than be burdened with carrying something around with me at all times.
So i meshed the two, Yes, very important things I need to remember I set on my phone, but there is almost something theraputic about putting stickers on things in an organized fashion. I couldn't find these pre-made anywhere, so I made some, magnets are just as fun as stickers, and you can even write on these!!

Step 1: Acquire Stickers.

Either go to your local craft store and get very carried away with purchasing planner stickers, or just print out your own on regular paper, I got ones that say things like "pay day" "treat yo self'" (parks and rec, anyone?), "bills due", etc.

Step 2: Supplies

  • You will need the following:
  • A show to binge watch, but not one you have to pay too much attention too, or music
  • Scissors
  • Magnetic strips/sheets, preferably with adhesive on them (You do not need to know how they work, do not seek out a scientist to ask them.)
  • Stickers!
  • Clear tape, or, if you are an over achiever, contact paper.
  • Snacks
  • Miracles

Step 3: Putting Your Stickers Onto the Magnets

  • Peel sticker
  • Apply directly to the forehea-magnet strip
  • Cut Strip

Step 4: Redneck Rig Up a Laminate

so you can write on them with your dry erase markers! Whoo!

I just used packing tape and stuck the magnet onto it, then I cut the excess tape off. Now it is writeable!

Step 5: T-t-that's All, Folks!

You are finished! If you even wanted to go a step further, you could actually laminate some of the planner pages and make them into a giant planner magnet board, like a house keeping one, a chore one, etc. Or, like me, you can use your wall calendar and let your sad planner sit in the dust, abandoned, because it is too much of a burden to carry from one place to another.

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