Hello planner lovers! Here’s our new free printable planner for the month of September. I upload a new free printable planner every month and use it as my bullet journal for the following month. I also design stickers so I can use them to decorate my planner. You may download these printables for your personal use and they are absolutely FREE! And remember there’s a new planner every month so keep coming back for more.
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A free printable planner every month
Here’s a list of my planner themes for every month since I started in 2017. Creating a new planner has become a hobby for me and I’m so happy to share them with you.
Blue and white floral (this month’s planner – download link below)
Light green/blue + stickers with shabby chic pink roses
Travel planner + stickers
Cherry blossoms + 2020 calendar + stickers
Hanging plants + 2020 calendar + plants stickers
Coral stars with 5 weekly layouts
Cute bears + 5 weekly layouts
Birthdays + birthdays collection page and wishlist
Coffee lover + stickers
Beautiful floral planners
All my planners for 2018 had floral themes. They are all lovely and you may still download some of them and use for any month because they have monthly cover pages! You’ll find the download links in our Exclusives Library.
Yellow patterns (June cover only; My first try at Dutch doors!)
Bright flowers (May cover only)
Green floral (April cover only but the pages are super pretty!)
Floral blush and navy (My first bullet journal templates)
There’s more free printable planners here so be sure to check them all!
Free planner printables for September
Our new planner for September is what I like to call Midnight Beauty. I used the gorgeous blue flowers digital paper by Design Lover Studio and they are stunning! (Affiliate links here.) The planner pages are simply beautiful, and the stickers are super gorgeous! I also added some glitter headers, however my sticker paper was matte so they don’t shine.
Vertical planner or horizontal planner?
I loved using horizontal weekly planners in 2018. Then I tried vertical layouts in 2019 and I’ve been hooked ever since. But I still make horizontal weekly spreads so everyone can enjoy our free printable planner. Here’s a video of my September bullet journal layout.
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You may use the free printable stickers for memory planning or marking down appointments and special events. I still follow the bullet journal method and I use the stickers as labels and for celebrating happy memories.
The vertical boxes are 1.5 inches wide so you may use your Erin Condren and Happy Planner stickers!
Click here to download your free planner stickers. Print on A4 size sticker paper. Choose Size > Actual size on your printer settings.
Ready to enjoy Midnight Beauty? Here are the download links:
Print on A4 size paper using the booklet layout to create your A5 size planner pages. Remove the margins on your printer settings, then click Booklet > Front side only. Then flip and feed the paper back to the printer and print the back side only.
You may also print individual pages on A4 or A5 size paper but the weekly boxes won’t have the same width as the stickers.
See you again for another new monthly printable planner! Meanwhile, you may look around and check all our freebies.
Thanks for being here!