Have we ever told you how Productive and Pretty came to be? Well, Liz and I were co-working from Panera one afternoon (like we often did back then), and when we took our break for lunch we started looking at planner stickers on Etsy.
I remember we were each placing orders, and one of us stopped and said “I bet we could make our own stickers to sell!” So we started researching, and I even bought a machine.
We decided “Productive and Pretty” would be the perfect shop name, and I secured the domain name just to protect it. We intended to make it a landing page for the sticker shop.
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Then we started to do the math. It would take a lot of stickers to make it worth the amount of work it would be. I decided the machine would be good for all of my other fun crafts, so no harm, no foul.
Instead, we decided to start blogging about bullet journaling instead of producing stickers to go in them. So there you have it.
For fun, I still enjoy making stickers (and you can too with this tutorial) but instead of selling them we just use them ourselves.
I put together these weekday planner stickers for my daily pages, and absolutely adore how they came out so I thought others might as well.
You can get the cut file (Silhouette) or just a PDF for you to print and hand cut, by signing up for our members only resource center (spoiler alert: there are other freebies and goodies there as well).
As far as other supplies go, here is the breakdown.
For the Silhouette version, I used:
For the hand cut version, I suggest:
- Avery Full-Sheet Shipping Labels in clear (caution – make sure your hands are VERY dry when you rub these on, as they can smudge easier than the matte ones)
- Avery Full-Sheet Shipping Labels in white
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