Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Holiday Planner Printables *FREEBIES*

My newest obsession is my planner and if you follow me on Insta, this should come as no surprise. Recent tweets have showed off my sticker-laden Plum Paper Planner. I've just found so much relaxation in coming up with theme ideas and decorating while catching up on my YouTube subscriptions.

I've purchased some really fun stickers from various online store but it can get a little spendy. There are some great shops that offer free printables as well, so I've made sure to seek them out on Pinterest. But for the upcoming Christmas season, I knew exactly what kind of stickers I wanted in my planner: holiday movies! So I went to work to come up with some fun Christmas movie themed stickers. And I decided to share them with you all! The color schemes gives a nod to the movie posters and you'll see a couple of little details that were key parts of the movie.

Home Alone
This is one of my all-time favorites, so it was the first on my list.




Illustration of the wet bandits was created by Cole Roberts. Talkboy illustration by Tommy Mattler.

Elf
A more recent favorite, I knew Elf would be the perfect theme for a bright and cheery Christmas layout, with lots of sweets!




A Christmas Story
This movie, KJB's favorite, was the perfect opportunity to do a little retro Christmas. The soften pastel shades are light, and maybe a little girlie. This one ended up being a favorite of mine.



Most of the icons here are from Josh Byers. The corner illustration of Randy is from Shawn Golden.

Christmas Vacation
Possibly one of my least favorite Christmas movies, but a family favorite for my in-laws. Clark Griswold's love of Christmas lights was the deciding factor to include this movie.



The Griswold illustrations are by Matt Will.


Download each file by clicking the movie name. These files are for personal use only, and not to be resold. Please share the love on instagram by using #splendidactually if you use any of these stickers in your planner!

7 comments:

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