Download this free printable planner to-do list set. Organize and you'll have an easier time getting stuff marked off your to-do list. This printable planner page set will help you get organized with your To-Dos! Today I have a printable To-Do list page for your DIY planner along with DIY planner stickers you can download and use. Plus take a look at the background color choices you can print too!
Printable Planner To-Do List Set
Customize your diy planner with these free printable planner pages. This to-do list page will help organize the things you want to get accomplished and help you keep track of all the things on your list. This is a simple, printable to-do list with lines to include the items you want to do along with dates you want to get things done. I've also created colorful labels you can cut out and attach to help categorize all the things on your list.
Find out how I like to double print to add color to the plain black and white pages. I'm sharing my tips over at The Country Chic Cottage today!
And for your color fun, I have a couple background pages you can use. You can also print these pages and use them as stationery.
To use these background pages with your printable planner pages, simply print the background page first. Then re-insert the paper into your printer and print the to-do list page on top of the background design. You'll end up with pretty planner pages that have fun art colors and organizing combined.
Planner To-Do set:
Stationery Pages to double print your personal planner pages
Make your own Planner with these easy to follow tips and ideas
I've got a whole tutorial to show you how to make your own planner.
More Planner Pages to help you get organized:
These planner to-do pages coordinate with other planner pages I've designed. Check out the Meal Planning set, 52 weeks of savings and special dates printable pages.
2 thoughts on “Printable Planner To-Do List Set”
I can’t wait to try out your planner stickers. I have a Erin Condren planner for next year, and I’m going to use your stickers to make headers in the boxes and the rest of the stickers will be used in the box as a task comes up.
Oh YAY! Sounds like so much fun… share a photo, I’d love to see!