These printable PDF files are created from my own hand lettered or hand drawn designs. I hope that you enjoy using them for your own creative projects! See the printing guide below for my recommendations on how to print these out onto full sheet labels.
This template can be used to create small envelopes for your journal or scrapbook. I like to use them to hold notes and momentos from my friends and loved ones. Cut the template out from thick paper or cardstock. Trace it onto the paper of your choice, cut it out, apple glue on the edges of the flaps, and fold the flaps inward. To make smaller envelopes, scale the template to a smaller size under your print settings. For visual instructions, see my blog post on how to use this template!
brush letter Weekdays
These small brush lettered weekdays are perfect for someone who wants to add some brush calligraphy into their journal or planner. Decorate your weekly or daily spreads! There are 20 of each weekday. Formatted for 8.5" x 11" paper.
brush letter Months (large)
These large brush lettered months could be used to label your monthly spreads in your bullet journal, or wherever you might need to display the month in a bold way. There are 3 of each month. Formatted for 8.5" x 11" paper.
brush letter Months (Small)
These small brush lettered months are smaller versions of the large brush lettered months. They're great for weekly spreads and calendars in your bullet journal or planner. There are 10 of each month. Formatted for 8.5" x 11" paper.
Once you download the PDF, you can print them on any 8.5 x 11" paper that is compatible with your printer. There are many options to choose from, like glossy sticker sheets, clear matte labels, kraft sticker paper, and more. My personal favorite are clear matte labels—see how I use them in my bullet journal in this blog post. Load up your printer and print according to your computer's instructions. Then, cut out the images/words and peel off the backing. Stick them into your bullet journal, planner, or journal!
Here are the labels I use:
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