Hello Planning Mashers!
It’s time for yet another freebie to celebrate Spring; it’s something floral.
These fun printable flower stickers are hand-drawn and customizable!
Flowers are always a great way to decorate your Bullet Journal, so why not create a little printable to help you with that.
So I designed a set of printable flower stickers for you, and the best part is that you can customize them yourself.
These are hand-drawn stickers in black and white, so it’s up to you to decide what colors you want to use. That way, they can fit any Bullet Journal theme, whichever color you choose for yours.
You can print and cut them at home and use them as many times as you want.
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Printable Flower Stickers
For this set of stickers, I decided to go with both decorative style and useful ideas.
So apart from just general flower combinations, you’ll also find some floral banners and wreaths, which are perfect to use as headers or maybe accent pieces.
If you want to learn more about how to print and use them, keep on reading, id you’re just looking for the way to get the stickers – scroll until the end.
But before we dive into this…
Here are some of my favorite supplies for printing and customizing stickers.
You don’t need them all, but in case you’re interested, I’d recommend starting with these:
- Silhouette Cutting Machine. That’s the one I have, and I love it. Another option, of course, is to use a Cricut machine. But don’t worry if you don’t have any of these; you can always use scissors.
- Sticker paper, this one is pretty affordable and excellent; it’s the one I use. But don’t worry, if you don’t want to buy sticker paper, you can always print on a regular paper and then use adhesive to stick it to your journal. If you decide to color the stickers later with brush pens, just make sure you use a high-end paper like this one. Otherwise, your pens might get damaged.
- Pens to color your stickers! In the pictures here, I used some Tombow Dual Brush Pens because they come in so many beautiful bright colors.
How To Print Your Own Stickers
Well, it’s more like how to print these I’ve created.
But if you’re looking for a tutorial on how to create your own, check out my post on How To Create Stickers For Your Planner Or Bullet Journal.
Ok, let’s get started then; here are your steps:
Step 1: get the stickers
You can find them in the “stickers” section of the Resources Vault.
If you’re not part of Planning Mashers and don’t have access – sign up at the end of the post!
Step 2: print your stickers
Here the procedures might vary.
Suppose you have a Silhouette machine. Use a PNG for the Silhouette file and follow the usual instructions for Silhouette. If it’s your first printable stickers – you can get more details in my post How To Print and Cut Stickers With Silhouette Cameo.
I’m not sure what cutting stickers with Cricut are, but if that’s your device, you’ll need to get the PNG for the Cricut file. What are the next steps I don’t know since I’ve never used a Cricut machine.
If you don’t have any cutting machines – download the PDF file and print it.
Step 3: cut your stickers
If you have a cutting machine, you can just load it to cut them after printing them with certain marks.
If not, just use scissors to cut around the stickers. I like using these sewing scissors because they are pretty small and conveniently can cut around tiny details.
Step 4: color your stickers
This is probably the most fun step cause you get to create a spread and color your stickers.
I went for some happy and bright colors in my example, but you can let your imagination fly with this one.
A pencil would also be an excellent medium to color the stickers. Surprisingly, I don’t have any pencils in my collection.
Get Your Printable Flower Stickers
These stickers are, of course, for personal use only, so please do not distribute them or copy or sell them. But you’re welcome to share this blog post with your friends who might like to get these stickers.
They are available in 3 forms – a PDF, a PNG file with flower outlines to use in Cricut, and a PNG file you can use in Silhouette studio.
As I already mentioned, the stickers are available in the Resources Vault and tons of other stickers and Bullet Journal printables.
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