Modern Folk Art Digital Planner Stickers – Free Download!
I absolutely love modern folk art and bold vintage colors, so I wanted to combine the two to make some plant and animal folk art stickers for my planner.Â Here is a look at how I used one of the floral stickers to add some flair toÂ my new digital planner:
These stickers are perfect for a simple planner style like this one, since they can turn a boring month view into a bright illustration filled page.Â Check out this video to see how I use them in my planner:
Here is a look at the stickers that come along with the set.Â Each one comes in all 6 of my favorite vintage vibrant colors:
I created the stickers using the process in my Skillshare class on Modern Folk Art in Procreate.Â Check it out if you want to try the process:
Ready to use the stickers?Â Use the links below to get the stickers and my planner:
Once you’ve got the planner, you may want to start customizing it with some more stickers.Â I come out with new stickers every few weeks, so check back or sign up for my monthly mailing list to get all my future stickers as free downloads.
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