Unicorn calendar divider + cloud paper clips for your planner – Free printable (+ blank version)

UPDATE: Blank Undated version now available
UPDATE: I’ve now added a blank undated version of this file so that you can use it for a different month or a different purpose (die cut, divider, digital planner, etc). I’m including PNG & PDF version. The PDF file is ready to print. Download the PNG file if you’d like to resize the image.

Check out all the monthly calendar dividers already shared.

UNDATED BLANK VERSION AVAILABLE: I’ve created this calendar divider/die-cut in two versions: a blank undated one that you can use anytime you’d like (to keep notes, decorate, add any month’s calendar, etc) and a dated version that will help you keep a whole view of the month. The undated version is available in PDF (ready to print) and PNG (if you need to resize or if you want to use your electronic cutting machine to cut your divider).

All the previous calendar dividers/die cuts have now been updated to include a blank undated version (PNG & PDF). You can find all the calendar dividers here.

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Here’s the 5th calendar divider shared on the blog! After the cute raccoon monthly mini calendar divider (November) the penguin family in December and the polar bear in January, the pink elephant in february here’s a new printable buddy for you this month: Unicorn Calendar Divider! Of course, it comes with a cute matching cloud paperclip!

The Lovely calendars family!

I love this mini calendar concept so much that I will keep on making a new one every month.
I’m also creating matching paper clips so that my planner kind of gets a new look every month.

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Sometimes just changing a few details in your planner makes all the difference, and I believe you don’t need to spend a big amount of money nor time to get good results!

Of course, I could just as well have created a simple more formal calendar divider, but by now you’ve probably noticed that my style is more kawaii than formal and that I like my planner accessories to look everything but serious. To top it off, I created a matching paperclip to go with this month’s calendar. It’s all very grown-up stuff you know, haha.

It’s important to take things lightly and have fun with this whole planning thing.

Depending on where you punch your holes and how you place your divider in your planner you can get a different look: visible or not when your planner is closed. Plus, you punch holes yourself so this divider can fit in any type of planner!

On top of being cute, this calendar divider is also functional. It quickly gives you a whole month view, can help you find your page and is even more helpful to have around if you use an undated planner. Nobody likes to get dates mixed up.

Double-sided divider:


As you can see, the PDF file also includes a mirrored verso of the unicorn.
That means that you can actually have the mirrored unicorn on the back of your calendar. Glue both sides together before laminating it and punching holes in it!
You don’t necessarily have to use it if you don’t want your divider to be cute on both sides.

Plus, if you laminate your divider, you can use the verso to write important dates!

I’m going to laminate my calendar and use a Staedtler non-permanent Lumocolor pen to write important dates, notes or to-dos on the back of my calendar ( the side with the blank elephant-verso). What I like about this pen is that it doesn’t smear as a whiteboard pen would. Plus, you can simply erase by swiping it with a wet napkin. Alternatively, you can also use a Staedtler permanent Lumocolor pen, but you’ll need alcohol to rub off your writings. The pens I have are in size F.

Supplies and instructions:

This “DIY” to create your monthly calendar divider is pretty self-explanatory but basically, you’ll need:

  • thick paper like cardstock paper, or else your divider will probably get flimsy
  • printable file (subscribe to download)
  • a printer (if you’re curious I have a Canon Pixma 5550, it’s a pretty simple one, but I can’t find it anywhere on any US website, so here are the top rated printers under 100$ on Amazon)
  • scissors (or cutting machine) – the shapes are really simple so using scissors is probably just as quick!
  • hole puncher
  • Optional: a laminator (if you want to keep them clean longer, this will also make them a little stronger)

Just reading the supplies list should make you guess what you have to do now:

  1. Download the PDF file, resize if needed
  2. Print it on cardstock paper
  3. Cut each shape with your scissors
  4. Optional: if you want to add the background to the calendar, glue recto & verso together
  5. Laminate them if you want to
  6. Enjoy all month long!

If you prefer to use your Silhouette machine, the steps are just slightly different :

  1. Download the pdf file
  2. Open the pdf in Silhouette software directly if you have the Designer Edition. If you have the basic software, fear not and turn the PDF into a jpeg first, using this website. You can resize in Silhouette if you want.
  3. Trace the design
  4. Use the Print and cut function through your Silhouette software.
  5. Optional: if you want to add the background to the calendar, glue recto & verso together
  6. Laminate them if you want to
  7. Enjoy!

How to assemble your paperclips?

  1. Cut each paperclip
  2. Laminate (don’t glue recto and verso together before laminating, laminate both sides individually)
  3. cut again around each laminated paper clip
  4. Use a hot glue gun to stick each side of the paperclip

Don’t forget to also have a look at other planner freebies I shared on the blog!

Download this printable:

Note: I’m including print-ready PDF file (undated or dated) and an undated PNG version of the design in case you’d like to use this printable for a different month or for a different use (die-cut, divider, digital planner, etc). PNG file can be used if you’d like to change the size. Simply download the file you need.

FAQ:

8 thoughts on “Unicorn calendar divider + cloud paper clips for your planner – Free printable (+ blank version)

  • February 26, 2017 at 9:54 pm
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    Thank you so much! Love unicorns and it’s perfect for March which is my Birthday month. <3

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  • February 28, 2017 at 1:29 am
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    This is so cute. Can you do the unicorn with no date to make clips????

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  • March 8, 2017 at 10:39 pm
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    Love these monthly calendar dividers. Thank you so much! :o)

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  • March 23, 2017 at 5:03 am
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    I have been using this at work all month! Thank you so much! I can’t wait to see April’s calendar!!

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  • March 24, 2017 at 7:42 pm
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    When is April coming out? I smile whenever I see my bookmark and can’t wait for the next one.

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  • December 21, 2017 at 5:23 pm
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    I love this bookmark but didn’t see it until now (December)! Do you think you’ll have it for the upcoming March as well?

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  • March 31, 2019 at 5:02 am
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    So stinkin’ CUTE!!!!!
    Thank you!

    Reply

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