Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Planner Printable: Northern Lights Weekly Set

A one-sheet set of planner stickers adorned with images of the Northern Lights. The primary focus rests on two long, thick bars of stickers that show the lights rising above the silhouetted tops of a forest of coniferous trees.

I hate winter, but I looooooooooooove all the lights that come along in November and December. I get my holiday lights up as early as I decently can, I spend a lot of time staring at the ambient light that reflects off the clouds at night, and I hope I'll maybe, possibly, see the Northern Lights when the clouds part.

That was a longshot for a lot of years, but the Aurora Borealis finally made an appearance this past October, a little earlier than expected but still most welcome. I'd already decided to decorate my planner with light-themed stickers all through December, so I thought it'd be fun to mark the Lights' return by designing a set in their honour.

The resulting set incorporates a few images from Pexels, a free stock photo site. The font is Swistblnk Studios's Monthoers.

Here's how I used the stickers in my own planner, accented with some silver glitter tape from Dollarama:

The stickers from the above sheet in use on a Happy Planner. The focal stickers run along the central row of the three-row layout, while to-do list tags and accent boxes appear in the rows above and below them.

I replaced the Daily Miles sidebar box with a Habit Tracker in the downloadable set, since my mileage goals are fairly specific to me, but I kept the box headers the same because I figured y'all wouldn't mind making note of your Happy Things, your To-Do list, and your Super Important items.

You can download the set here and print it on either sticker paper or regular paper, as is your wont. Again, I'm afraid I'm not fancy enough to provide a Silhouette cut file, but a pair of scissors or a sharp x-acto knife and a ruler should do the trick. I'm sorry about the crowding; the individual stickers shifted a bit when I converted the file into a PDF, and I'll have to figure out how to keep that from happening with future sets.

If you use the stickers in your planner or elsewhere, I'd love to see your creations! You can find me on Twitter or Instagram.


  1. It looks great! Looking forward to using it in my planner once I sit down to do some planning. lol