It’s here and it’s free! I have just finished creating the 2017 Calendar (Year-at-a-Glance) and Cover for mini planners to go with my customizable daily mini planner pages. I’ve also created mini planner bookmark/dividers that displays months of the year.
Take a look below at the new cover, 2017 calendar, and bookmark/dividers. You can also read about this year’s new changes to our pages. There is also a short tutorial below for putting your bookmark/dividers together. When you are ready to download your free printables, click the yellow bar, follow the directions, and you will receive your links to these free downloads.
Changes This Year
This year I took some classes in order to learn about and use Adobe Illustrator. My goal was to make prettier products for my subscribers including my planner pages. These free printables are my first attempt at Adobe Illustrator so I really hope that you like them. Stay tune in the coming year for more free printables as I try to get better and improve my skills and products.
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For those who are currently using my planner pages, you will find that I did not include the monthly cover sheets I made for 2016. After using my planner, I realized that they were not so “planner-friendly” as I thought. Instead, I am using my bookmark/dividers (with months printed on them) to mark special days along with my Avery color coding labels. I find this more planner-friendly and hope you do too. I use green labels for birthdays, pink for holidays, yellow for special events, and orange for vacations.Click here to let others know about our free 2017 mini planner cover, year-at-a-glance calendar, and bookmark dividers.Click To Tweet
2017 Calendar Bookmark/Dividers
To put your 2017 Calendar bookmark dividers together, first cut on the dotted line and then fold on the solid ones.
I suggest laminating your dividers so they will last the whole year. With a dry erase marker, mark the placement for your punch holes. *Don’t forget that you want the divider to stick out on the top a bit, so adjust accordingly.
After hole punching your divider, snip from the left edge of the divider (side with the punch holes) to the punch hole. This will allow you to easily remove the divider from the binder rings without having to open the rings.
If you look at the above picture of the divider in the binder you will notice that I cut the top inner corner of the divider. This makes it easier to navigate the divider over the binder ring tab at the top.
Making Your Cover and Calendar Last
Because you will use the cover and calendar throughout the year, one option for making it last is to insert it into a mini planner page protector. Another option would be to laminate it. If you’re unable to do either, I suggest buying reinforcement labels to protect your paper punch holes from tearing.
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If you need daily mini planner pages, click here. I created these pages so that you can easily customize them with your own categories. There are only two pages which gives you four daily pages per sheet (front and back). Also, you can print as many as you want or need at the time.
Have any suggestions for planner inserts that you would like to see made? Let me know in the comments below and I’ll try to create one for your mini planner.
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