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2019 Bullet Journal / Planner Free Printables

We release new bullet journal and planner free printables every month!

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Inserts

These free printable inserts were made for Traveler's Notebooks and bullet journals in A5 or 1/2 Letter Size.

Custom Requests

Art or Journaling

F.A.Q

  • Each monitor varies the color, you may need to adjust printer settings for your preference.
  • Unless you are scaling the printable to fit your planner/journal/notebook, be sure to check and make sure you're printing the Actual Size or at 100% for 8.5 x 11" letter size paper. Putting your printer settings to Best or High Quality is recommended for crisper lines.
  • Please note that we can only provide limited support for your printed questions as we are not familiar with all printers and cutting machines.

TERMS OF USE

  • 3YearsApart printables are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. They are designed by 3YearsApart and are free unless listed otherwise. 
  • Printables, Stickers, and other products that are hand drawn by 3YearsApart will be available for purchase unless stated otherwise.
  • PLEASE DO NOT CLAIM, RESELL, COPY, MODIFY, OR USE COMMERCIALLY.
  • To share these printables or images, please link to this post, not just the file to give full credit.
  • If any posts violate any copyright laws, notify us and it will be removed immediately.

Comments

  1. Hi! I would like to ask how do you resize it to a B6 insert?

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    1. Hi Maran!
      Thank you for commenting!
      Which printables do you want to resize? The easiest way is to use a program you are familiar with. Most people know the basics of Microsoft word, Paint, and/or Google Docs (which is free if you gave a gmail account). When I need to resize, I download the PNG or JPEG file as they are image files.
      1. Open the program you want to use.
      2. Drag & drop or open PNG/JPEG image in the document.
      3. I found it easiest to insert a rectangle shape, resize the rectangle to 5 inches width and 7 inches in height (a.k.a. B6 size)
      4. Resize the PNG/JPEG image to fit inside the 5x7 rectangle.
      5. I like to make sure the rectangle has a white fill and a light grey outline, which make make it easier to cut out 5x7 accurately after printing.
      6. If you want to print double-sided, then I would recommend center align the rectangle and PNG/JPEG image on the page.

      I really hope this helps and makes sense. I would be glad to made a video to provide visual instructions if that would help.

      Much love,
      Helen of 3 Years Apart

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