When I heard about the new sticker subscription I was pretty excited. I use an Erin Condren Life planner as my home planner and I love to decorate it. I keep it up to date and open on the kitchen counter for the entire family to see. The kids love seeing the beautiful stickers and which theme I go with each week. I want to show you how I use the sticker sub in the EC planner, they fit perfectly!
The washi sheet is amazing! They are long enough to fit across three days perfectly and sometimes I use the large piece down the side like you see here.
I add washi tape along the bottom, making sure to leave room to write notes on the lines. Then I added the Week sticker and topped it with the “meal plan” label to keep track of our meals for the week.
To finish off the side bar I like to use one of the full box stickers at the top. I love using the ones with quotes, they’re nice to read throughout the week. I also added a “this week” label sticker above the heart checklist for my weekly to do list.
The Weekend banner fits nicely across the top of my weekend and I used the “Father’s Day” arrow as a little reminder of the special day ahead.
I like to layer stickers when I can. Since the 15th is a pay day I put the paint swatch sticker down with the money icon on top.
This banner sticker sheet also fits nicely across three days! I used it to add a little extra color to the end of the week.
I layered again on the hexagon sticker with the laundry symbol.
I used some of the stickers from the main planner kit with my sticker sub this month. I thought it would be cute to divide Sunday into “AM” and “PM”. That way we can plan activities for Father’s Day, like what breakfast to cook and a fun evening activity.
I love the “grateful for” label! I thought it would be a fun idea to use it at the bottom of Sunday to reflect on what I was thankful for that week.
The week turned out very cute I think! There is still plenty of room to write in daily to dos and keep me organized.
And if I need more stickers I have them all in my pouch so they are handy. What planner do you use your sticker subscription in? I hope you enjoyed seeing how I use mine.
Tags: erin condren, stickers