Turns out, I’m offering this free label templates post, by accident. Just for a bit of a peek behind the curtain, I love doodling (I’m sure that comes as a shock). I doodle all of the time. When I finish work for the day doodle to unwind. I doodle in notebooks, on scraps of paper, on canvases and recently on my new iPad Pro, Apple Pencil (which I freaking LOVE!!) and my new favourite app Procreate! The Procreate app is better than Photoshop sometimes, I LOVE IT!
When I started drawing one night I was just started drawing banners and after a few, I had my eureka moment. These would be great for my notebooks.
5 Free Bullet Journal Stickers & Label Templates
One sleep later, MORNING! Two cups of Spiller & Tait’s Signature Blend coffee (my new favourite coffee brand by the way. FYI the lovelies at S&T gifted me a few bags to try out). Later, I got my Cricut out and I was sticking labels on everything. Including my 2016 Cath Kidston Notebook, and my Leuchtturm1917 A5 berry bullet journal.
If you want a quick look inside my bullet journal you can have a nosey here, I couldn’t believe that one of the images from that post went viral, can you guess which one?! No prizes though.
To make the most of your free label template you will need:
- Cricut Maker + Design Studio Software
- Cricut Sticker Paper
Free Printable Bullet Journal Cute Stickers
You can learn how to make these printable planner stickers right here with my video tutorial. The best part is, you don’t need photoshop! Which is always a bonus.
Geometric Planner Printable:
Available via the social locker above and printed on transparent sticker paper.
Printable Bright Doodled Stickers
These are designed to out using scissors and are adorable. Perfect for a kid’s homework diary or even mum’s Filofax.
Get printing, cutting and sticking. I know you might be getting the little ones ready for going back to school so that means buying school books and supplies. These labels will help the little munchkins keep track of their exercise books and pencil cases but also with the added bonus of looking super cute. They’re also good for grown up’s stationery too.
Do you love your free label templates? I would love to know where you are planning on sticking them. Tell me in the comments below.
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