It's Happy Hour everyone! Grab your drink of choice, and your planner, and let's get started.
We thought this week we'd do something a bit different, and by that we mean free. That's right, today's Happy Hour special is a free printable that you can use to print on our Transparent Page Flags and Square Transparent Page Flags! Get started by downloading the printable HERE. The printable includes printing instructions or you can follow along with Mady as she demonstrates how to print on the page flags in THIS VIDEO.
We've included some common uses for page flags in the printable, or you can use the template to custom print on your page flags. Check out some of the ways we've been using the page flags below.
Marking Days on Monthly Calendars
Our Square Transparent Page Flags are perfect for marking important days on your monthly calendar. Have bills due on a certain day each month? Using a printed page flag allows you to easily pick out the right day, while still being able to see through to any other events or tasks on that day. When you've finished with your current monthly spread simply move the page flag to the next month. For smaller sizes, simply cut the square down to fit your planner size.
Monthly dividers make it easy to flip to whatever month you need to look at, but they can also take up some room. For those of you who are looking to separate your months without adding too much bulk, using square page flags as monthly dividers may be for you. You can use alternating colors to further differentiate months, or use a different color for each season.
Recurring Tasks and Events
Pioneered by Mady herself, the use of page flags for recurring tasks is made even easier with our printable. Print your recurring and common tasks, then transfer them easily from spread to spread. Our page flags are the perfect size for blocking out time to do your tasks or events.
Headers & Labels
Mix and match colors and our printable to create easy to use headers and labels. Easily highlight your to do list, mark important places in your files and books, or just use them for functional decoration. It's all up to you.