Did you just get a new planner? Are you looking for ways to become more organized? Are you looking for free printables to decorate your planner and save money? Do you want to make your planner cute AND functional?
Whether you fit one of these descriptions or all of them, you’re in the right place. As you may know if you’ve been here before, I love creating free printables (see all my free printables), including many planner stickers.
While I’m all for cute stickers I’m also a big lover of functional planner stickers and I’ve created plenty of them. 60 so far, more to come!
To help you find the ones that could be helpful to you I decided to recap all my free printable functional planner stickers here on this one page: Budget, schedule, appointments, fitness, meal planning, weight, playdate, class, checklist, online order, Netflix, credit card, bill reminder, weekly expenses, circles, boxes, half boxes, social media, steps, birthday, hydrate, nails, savings, homework… and more!
You can get all the free printable planner stickers you need to start using a planner or bullet journal, right here, right now!
How to download:
To access each printable, simply click on the button title “get this freebie” under each printable, you’ll be taken to the printable article page where you’ll be able to download the free printable you’re interested in.
Most of these free printables are available to everyone but some of my printables are for my newsletter subscribers only. Simply subscribe to my newsletter (free) to receive the password to download these files.
I really believe that these functional stickers will be great to use to help you be more organized. These stickers are also a cheap, easy and useful way to decorate your planner or bullet journal. Most of these stickers have matching colors so you can mix and match them.
Most of these stickers are 1,5″ wide (or less, for smaller individual stickers) and will fit perfectly in the Classic Happy Planner, Erin Condren Vertical Life Planner and many more.
I’ll update this list when new functional stickers printables will be published.
Keep track of your bills with these “pay bill” stickers. Simply add the payee, the amount and tick once the bill has been paid.
You can add these stickers in your planner early if you have some recurring expenses at the same date every month, this way you will avoid late fees.
Using these stickers consistently can also be a good way to keep track of your bill and refer to them later on if you want to compare amounts (from one month to another), add them up, etc. It’s always good to keep an eye on your expense.
Do you tend to ignore looking at your bank accounts? These account balances will remind you to take a look at your accounts status every month to keep things under control and monitor your accounts' evolution.
Use these individual meal planner stickers to plan your meals ahead of time or to keep a log of your meals. Writing down everything you eat can help you see if things need to be changed in your diet. You can also write down each meal’s calories if you’re counting them.
How to save money and earn cash back on your online purchases ?
If you’re planning on buying some supplies for your planner online here’s a great tip to earn cash back, find coupons and save money easily.
Before buying anything online, I always check out Rakuten (either with the browser extension or on Rakuten.com). I find the store name (type it), click the current deal for that store and complete my purchase. You can also directly search the item you’re looking for on Rakuten and compare different stores’ offers. When completing a purchase through Rakuten you earn cash back that you can have mailed to you or sent via Paypal.If you have never used Rakuten, you’re missing out.
Click here to sign up for Rakuten and RIGHT NOW when you sign up, you will receive a $10 cash welcome bonus when you spend $25.00! Since you were already going to complete your purchase online, why not get some cash back on things you planned to purchase!
I create lots of free printables, if you want to make sure to be updated and receive exclusive freebies, join the Lovely Newsletter: If you think of other functional planner stickers you’d like me to create feel free to let me know in the comments!
This post was first published on january 6, 2019, then updated on january 3, 2020 to add to the list the most recent free printables.