I’m loving my mini planner right now and I’m very inspired to make more designs. So here’s our free printable pink planner pages for 2018 and any year after that! You can create your own mini planner or bullet journal. I also used the same design to make a bigger A4 planner. Check out all 10 pretty pages!
Get these planners in A4 or A5 sizes
For my mini pink planner, I decided to make them in A5 size so I can also convert them to A4 for those of you who want them bigger. I like the fact that A5 is half of A4, and that there are a lot of ring binders out there in both sizes.
Print out the A4 planner and include them in your planner binder for the year.
To make the mini pink planner, simply cut the page into half. You can also print 2 kinds of pages back to back before cutting them. Then you can add as many pages to your A5 binder as you like!
Download these free monthly planner pages now or save on Pinterest for future use!
Here’s our monthly planner pages that you can use right now. The monthly planner layout has space for 6 weeks to make sure each day has its own space.
These files are bigger than the actual paper size so please check our printing instructions here.
HERE ARE MORE PLANNER PAGES FOR YOU!
2 COVER PAGES
I made a seamless design just for this planner set that you can also use for your scrapbook and other projects! One of the covers has a white space for the title but you can use the other cover page if you want just the seamless design. Print this on board paper to make a sturdy planner.
2-PAGE YEAR OVERVIEW
Print these pages back to back or use them as a planner spread. List your major activities for each month, celebrations and special holidays.
3 MONTH OVERVIEW PAGES
Use any or all of these pages to plan each month. The first page has a grid for a small calendar and spaces for monthly goals and priorities.
You may choose from a monthly planner layout or a 31-day list to plot activities for each day of the month. The 31-day list can also be used as a one-liner journal, reading log, or any list or collection of ideas. Add more lines to create a habit tracker for your bullet journal.
This is the weekly plan layout I’m using now. List down daily tasks in each space, and also tasks for next week. You can print this back to back with a dot paper or journal page to create your own weekly spread!
Use the dot paper to create your own weekly tracker, goals list, expense tracker, and more! For the A4 page, the dots are more apart because these were designed for the mini planner, but you can still use them to create your own monthly habit tracker or any chart.
Lastly, I added a pretty journal page for more notes or journal entries! You can even use them as stationery or notepad.
These are all the pretty pages you can use to create your own planner or to add to your ring binder.
DOWNLOAD YOUR PINK PLANNER PAGES NOW OR SAVE ON PINTEREST FOR LATER!
These files are larger than the actual size so make sure to read our printing instructions HERE.
Watch out for more planner designs! Happy planning!