Planning

I Love This Sticker Organization Method!

I love planner stickers! I also love not spending a fortune on simple ways to organize them. Last night, I decided it was way past time to reorganize everything. I moved all my planner stickers from my Erin Condren Life Planner pocket into an adorable 8.5 x 5.5 binder. Now I can see all my stickers without pulling them all out, and no more breaking my ECLP!

Keep reading to check out how I went from this:

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To this:

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Materials I used:

I didn’t use dividers, but I might set up another binder with dividers soon since I have a lot of collections I’d like to use this method for. There are also some adorable 8.5 x 5.5 binders at Target.

I gathered my supplies and it was super easy to just add the protector pages into my binder.

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I also love that the binder is the same size as my ECLP. I don’t have enough room or space for anything full sized. A5 is perferred size!

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Putting all my sticker sheets into the binder was pretty easy, there was just a LOT of them!

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Over an inch thick of loose sticker sheets!
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All my stickers in their new home!

I also really loved getting the binder from Amazon because it had pockets. Most of the ones I found at Target didn’t. I used the pockets fro some non ECLP stickers that were too wide and I used the other pocket to keep track of coupon codes and business cards.

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I also love to write letters, and I have a some penpals. We like to trade Washi samples and fun stuff like that. So this binder was also more than perfect for some little washi samples I got in the mail

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I loved this method so much that I actually set up another binder entirely for snail mail! All the letters and postcards I receive go in the page protectors, as well as loose stationary, envelopes, and little things I want to add in. I used to keep all my penpal stuff in shoe boxes, but I prefer this method because I can flip through and easily look at everything, and binders look much prettier on a bookshelf than shoe boxes!

The great thing about all of this, was my materials cost less than $10 all together AND my almost five year old son came up to me while I was putting my stickers in the protective pages and said, “Cool stickers, mom.” I might just have to make him a binder too!

Do you have any methods you really love? Let me know in the comments!

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