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Did you know that you can easily transform your blank sticky notes into practical checklists by printing on them? In this post I’ll show you how to print meal planning post it notes.
I have a love-hate-relationship with Post-it notes. I love to use them a lot. And because I use them a lot they’re everywhere which makes me “hate” them. So little by little I’ve been creating systems on how to keep my desk organized and that includes the sticky notes. And while I’m doing that I’ll be sharing the printables I’m creating for that system with you. And today’s printable is a template called: print meal planning post-it notes.
I hope you like it!
Materials you’ll need
- Printer (I have this one that I absolutely love)
- Ink (I use this super affordable service, so I never run out)
- Paper to print the template
- Post-it notes or sticky-notes 3×3 (I love these bright ones and these pastels ones)
- Print on Post-It notes -Template (can be found in the free SaturdayGift printables library)
- Print Meal Planning Post It Notes -Template (can be found in the free SaturdayGift printables library)
Print Meal Planning Post-it Notes
Did you know that it’s super easy to print on post-it notes?
I love doing that. And by printing on them, you can transform your post-it notes into productivity notes – checklists, to-do lists even motivational quotes.
I’ve created you templates to do that and also step-by-step instructions how to use those templates.
And today’s template is called: print meal planning Post-it notes.
I hope you like them!
I’ll walk you through how to use the template and I hope they’ll simplify, prettify and help you with your meal planning!
WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MEAL PLANNING?
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Step-by-step instructions to print meal planning Post-it notes
Here are the step-by-step instructions with pictures how to print meal planning post it notes.
Print the template & add the post-it notes
2. Add the blank sticky notes on the template like this:
Print Meal planning post-it notes
3. After you’ve added the Post-it notes on the template, you’ll need to put that paper back into the printer.
NOTE: Make sure you’re putting the paper into the printer the right way. In my printer, I’ll need to put it upside down and the “top” of the paper goes in to the printer first. But every printer is a bit different, so check it before you print.
4. Then open the PDF called print meal planning post-it notes template on your computer.
5. And print it. Make sure you did step 3 and you’re printing on the template with the blank post-it notes.
EXTRA TIP: You can reuse the template. Take the printed sticky notes away and put new blank ones and print on them.
You can print as many as you need for your personal use.
And tada! You’re done!
Other lists and ideas you can print on Post-it notes
If you like this idea, check out this post I wrote a little while back.
On that post you can find other practical templates – to-do lists and chores lists as well as inspirational quotes.
The templates look like this:
The printables (of course) come without the big bow logo.
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How to download the print on post-it notes templates
You can download the print on Post-it notes templates from the Free SaturdayGift Printables Library. You’ll need a password.
Psst! I keep all my pretty & practical printables there!
If you don’t have the password, simply fill out the form below and you’ll get the password in the welcome email.
If you already have the password you can access the library here.