These lucky gnomes free printable planner stickers are giving me all the feels. I cannot believe it is almost time for St. Patrick’s Day! Did you know that the color originally associated with Saint Patrick was blue?

Legend has it, he used a 3-leaved clover to explain the Holy Trinity to the Irish.  The “wearing of the green” was born.  Saint Patrick died on March 17, 461.  In 1940 and 2008, St. Patrick’s Day fell during Holy Week and was moved to a different day in order to observe the Christian traditions.  St. Patrick’s Day will not fall during Holy Week again until 2160!

In 1903, St. Patrick’s Day became an official national holiday in Ireland.  Later, a law was passed in Ireland to close bars and pubs on March 17th to control the drinking and ruckus.  In the 1970’s, this law was repealed.  Today, the Republic of Ireland uses St. Patrick’s Day as a way to showcase Irish tradition, history, and culture.

You might notice I have changed the stickers based on feedback from my readers. Now, there are more box covers and the ECV set has been resized for 2021!

Do I need special supplies?

Nope! The basics that you will need are a printer, your planner, a pair of scissors and some sticker paper! That’s it! I do recommend getting a paper cutter of some sort – one that is used for scrapbooking is great for planner stickers. This makes cutting the stickers much easier. But, to be honest, I usually just use scissors!

How to use the free planner stickers:

  1. Download and save the sticker sheet below. Do not print from Google Drive – it skews the sizing.
  2. Print the PDF onto full sheet sticker paper (Avery 8165 is what I use.)
  3. Cut and place decorate your planner.

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

But, I have an HP Mini…

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

What else ya got?

There are more fun planner stickers and other printables on my free printables page… check it out!

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