Another week, another free printable from me! So you might remember last year I created a fun getting organised set of planner printables, which included a yearly, monthly and weekly planner printable designed to go into your ring bound planner. Well since then I’ve changed up my planning routine quite a bit. I’ve been really inspired by Kara from Boho Berry, who I found on YouTube, and have adopted the bullet journal system.

What I love the most about the bullet journal, is how simple and customisable it is, and I love trying out different layouts for monthly views and collections. If you want to see more awesome examples of beautiful bullet journals, follow my Planner board on Pinterest.

One of the issues I have with the system, however, is that the notebook that I use for planning is ruled, and the lines are pretty big, meaning I can’t really customise the page layout as much as I want and fit as much stuff as I would like on one page. Eventually I would like to have a dotted notebook, like the ones I see people using on Instagram and Pinterest. But unfortunately I haven’t found one yet! In the meantime, I’ve designed a little insert for myself that has a dot grid in it, so that I can write more in the small space and still have a guide for my writing. I’m likeing it so far, so I thought I would share it!


I’ve included a blank monthly spread that goes across two A5 pages, and some planner stickers to go along with them. These feature icons for phone calls, grocery shopping, emails and many more. I made a black set to go with the black calendar, a grey set and a rainbow set. You can print these on sticker paper and cut them out or simply print them on regular paper and cut and paste them into your journal, planner or diary. Both spreads fit perfectly two up on an A4 page.

Download the free printable HERE.

Download the printable here, or click on the image below. The file is a PDF, so you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file. If you don’t have the latest version, you can download it here.


You can use these printables as I am, by pasting them into a notebook, or you can punch them and put them in a ring-bound planner, it’s really up to you!

Thank you so much for reading! Let me know if you have any ideas of freebies that I can design in the comments. Please share this post with all of your organisation obsessed friends!

Until next time <3



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