Ready for a dose of planner organization? While I’ve shared my planner storage in the past (and will do so again in a future post), I wanted to share with you guys how I create my Happy Planner sticker books. It’s super quick and easy and requires minimum supplies.
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To create this sticker book, I looked at previous examples I’ve seen on Instagram, but also reevaluated how I previously created my discbound sticker books. I used this system for my $1 sticker books. The issue was, I was hole punching directly on to the page which would cut into some of the stickers. I didn’t care too much about that with my cheaper stickers, but I knew I needed a better option for my new system. I definitely wanted these books to last and have an overall cleaner look.
In the end, I used the following:
- Levenger Hole Punch
- Paper Trimmer (optional) / Scissors
To put the books together I cut the cardstock to size in strips. I then took two alike pages, glued a piece of cardstock in between, and hole punched. You can use scissors to cut the strips, but a paper trimmer is faster and neater.