If you are a gardener, you definitely need to grab these super adorable free printable planner stickers – Veggie Patch. My grandfather instilled in me a love of gardening. Unfortunately, I do not have much luck these days – too busy chasing after kids and their activities. Each year, I dream of having a large garden – peppers, tomatoes, onions, corn, and zucchini. Some years, I come close to my dream garden. Other years, I struggle to get one “good” tomato for a BLT.

My dream garden would have raised flower beds – similar to the old school square foot gardening that my grandpa swore by. I even have a secret dirt recipe that I sometimes make for my veggies- passed down to me before he died.

He was one of those gardeners who lived and died by the adage of no planting until Mother’s Day. His planting months were planned based on the Old Farmer’s Almanac. He even taught me to name my plants and sweet talk them to get better veggies. And, that a little fertilizer never hurt.

If you are a fellow gardener, or just love to eat the harvest… grab my free printable planner stickers and get to planning!

 How to use the free planner stickers:

  1. Download and save your sticker sheet below.
  2. Print PDF onto full sheet sticker paper (Avery 8165 is what I use).
  3. Cut or punch and place in your planner.

I hope you love this weekly set as much as I do!  Leave me a note in the comments if there are certain types of planner stickers you would love to see – I’ll see what I can do!

Check out our other free planner printables here!

This cheerful sticker set includes several fun box covers, headers, date covers, stickers, and more – for both ECV and HP!

DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE STICKERS BELOW – click the link below the image.

Free Printable Planner Stickers: Veggie Patch | Mini Van Dreams

Free Printable Planner Stickers: Veggie Patch (ECV)

Free Printable Planner Stickers: Veggie Patch | Mini Van Dreams

Free Printable Planner Stickers: Veggie Patch (HP)

Have a HP mini?  No problem!  Download the full size stickers to your desktop and open in Acrobat.  Choose print and resize to 80-85% of the original.

Julia

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