I’m always on the lookout for decent planner printables, and have been filling my planner with gorgeous spring and floral themed stickers just recently. While it’s lovely to be able to support planner stores, money can be tight, so free printables are great for planner addicts like myself.
There’s some awesome free printables out there – here are some of my absolute favourite free spring planner sticker printables from around the web.
Vintage Glam Studio
In my previous printables post I shared my love for Vintage Glam Studio, and they’re at it again, creating some of the cutest spring themed printables! Some of these are designed for planners, whereas others can be adapted for planners, happy mail and journals.
This Spring Rain printable is perfect for the kinds of spring we’re used to here in the UK! It’s super cute and I love the colours used!
This Springtime set of journalling cards and elements isn’t a typical planner printable, but it is easily adaptable to be able to use in your planner, especially those cute stripy checklists.
Stop the presses! A typical gold and pink planner design kit for free?! Yes. This Mod Neutral free planner kit will look gorgeous alongside gold and pink planner accessories, such as gold and pink glitter washi tape!
I used this adorable Watercolour Floral printable by Miss Plans in last week’s spread and love it! Think I’ll have to print off another set to use later on in the year and accessorise other spreads.
And how adorable is the above Glam Fall printable? I’m loving the colours and patterns of this one!
Other Planner Sticker Designers
I’m head over heels with this adorable floral freebie printable by Tweethaus – I DARE you not to print it!! Plus the designer has also included a Silhouette print and cut version – perfect!
These floral and polka dot flag shapes by Jessica Kenenske were designed to make pretty paper bunting, but they’d make for gorgeous page flags and embellishments in planners.
And finally, who can forget Easter? I don’t really celebrate it bar enjoying some themed chocolate, but Happy Happy Collective have put together a collection of adorable spring printables! You could use them as each set is intended, or you could use them for different functions.
I think I’m set for the rest of the month with the above – please do let me know in the comments below if you use any of the sets above in your spreads – and I’d love to see them in action, as I’m sure would the designers!
Are you looking for other planner printables? I’ve already featured Autumn and Christmas themed printables here on my blog before, and you can also check out my planner and printables Pinterest boards!
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