FREE Tsum Tsum checklist stickers for your planner

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I’ve previously shared a set of free Tsum Tsum stickers (with 64 different characters, here) on the blog, and it seemed like you guys loved it. It’s true that it’s hard to resist their adorable little faces. We can’t get enough of it, and that’s why i created another set of printable stickers with these little babies: tsum tsum checklist stickers, yay!

If you have to adult and cross a bunch of stuff off your to-do lists, then you might as well indulge a bit and do it with adorable tsum tsum stickers! Like this one:

FREE-more than 40 tsum tsum checklist stickers to download and print for your planner! Pdf and studio files included. More planner freebies and ideas on

I created 8 different checklists designs by assorting matching characters: the Mickey gang, Toy Story crew, Winnie the Pooh&cie, Monsters Inc., Frozen lovelies, cute kitties and doggies, Bambi&Thumper, Snow White&cie!

Happy Planners and Erin Condren Life Planners boxes have the same width but different length, so i created 2 different files to match the dimensions of each type of planner. The stickers for the Happy Planner are about 2,2″ while the ones for the ECLP are about 1,9″.

I then filled a whole page with them, for a total of 44 checklists for the HP size, and 48 checklists for the ECLP size. You can use scissors after to divide it into smaller sheets, like I did on this picture if you want to:


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This Tsum Tsum checklist stickers set includes:

  • 8 different tsum tsum cheklist designs
  • choose between Happy Planner or ECLP size
  • 44 or 48 stickers included per page:

preview tsum tsum checklist stickersDon’t forget to also have a look at other planner freebies I shared on the blog!

You can download 2 types of files : PDF or Silhouette Studio file

  • PDF: Print (preferably on sticker paper) and cut around each character.
  • Silhouette file – If you own a Silhouette machine*, all you’ll have to do will be to print&cut this file on sticker paper. Super quick, easy and clean. If you love stickers, getting a Silhouette machine to make your own can quickly turn out to be a good little investment!
    • I use the settings blade 2, speed 10 and thickness 18 to kiss cut the checklists (red line in the file), but the settings may vary depending on your sticker paper, so make sure to run the test cut before cutting your whole page.
      • I use this paper*, the back has no “easy peel off cut lines” which makes it more convenient for planner stickers. But you can use any paper you want.


Start sticking them around and get ready to smile every time you tick your to-do list 🙂

Download Tsum Tsum stickers:

preview tsum tsum checklist stickers

Happy Planner Size:

Download this lovely freebie – PDF file

Download this lovely freebie – Silhouette Print&Cut file

Erin Condren Life Planner Size:

Download this lovely freebie – PDF file

Download this lovely freebie – Silhouette Print&Cut file

If you use these stickers, I’d be happy to see what you do with it! Feel free to tag me/follow me on instagram (@lovelyplannerblog) or use the hashtag #lovelyplanner 🙂

Important note: I do not claim ownership of the images used to create this file. I found the images on Google and made a digital file out of it. They are of course simply shared as freebies, are only meant for personal use and can at no point be used for commercial purposes.

Disclosure: In order to support this website’s costs, this post contains affiliate links(*), which means that if you make a purchase using one of those links, I’ll receive a small commission.

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Alexandra September 28, 2016 - 4:06 am

too cute! Thank you for sharing !

Alisha October 1, 2016 - 12:35 am

I love these!!! Thank you!!!

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Rosa September 6, 2017 - 4:43 am

Hi, I do not have a Dropbox account and it is not letting me open the pdf eclp file. Please help me. Thank you.


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