Recently I have been asked for the measurements on several different planners. I will be working a post for those that I personally have in order to help you all to either make your own stickers or trimming down decorative paper to size.
We will begin with the Erin Condren Life Planner (ECLP) Vertical. While I have seen many other sights out there with measurements, I couldn't find any that had the rounded headers at the tops or bottoms of the planner.
Erin Condren Vertical Planner
Here you have both monthly and weekly images. Click on each one to view the image in a larger format.
From here you can now start to make stickers that will fit each section. In order to start making these you will have to find a program that allows vector editing. There are several that are free. The free one I personally use is called Inkscape. I also use Affinity and Krita. Kirta is also a free vector editor but more for drawing and painting. Like anything these programs will take time to learn, but if you can take the time to watch YouTube videos, then you have all the resources you could want at your finger tips! You can always just make shapes, work with learning how to add overlays and purchase or get free clipart.
**If you can splurge then you should go with PhotoShop or Affinity.
I hope this helps you on your sticker making journey! Best of luck to you and I hope that you share.
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