Snag this free printable A5 Habit Tracker, including both a 30 & 31 Day Version.
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I hope you guys are ready for the mass publishing of freebies that are about to happen on The Petite Planner. I have been racking my brain and asking the community what it is that people want. And I’m going to answer those requests over the next couple weeks with lots of free bullet journal printables.
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You can also head to the Printables Section of this website to see previous posts and free printables I’ve shared.
Free Printable A5 Habit Tracker
This download includes 1 PDF file with two pages. Each page contains the same habit tracker design, but one is 30 days and the other is 31 days. These have a really fun arrow design and brush lettered header.
Tips for using:
- I always set my printer to the best quality print first.
- You can turn your printable pages into stickers by printing them on full sheet label paper. This is my favorite brand, but Avery label paper works well too.
- Use a straight edge cutter to make perfectly straight cuts.
- If you don’t have label paper, you can use the Tombow Mono Permanent Adhesive to secure your page into place.
I’m working hard to provide free printables that you guys want. So, if there is something you want created, please leave me a comment. I do digital designs and I’m willing to do hand-drawn designs as well.
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