Don’t we all love stickers?
Many of us love physical stickers, but these days I find that people seem to be leaning towards digital stickers because of the trend of using digital planners. Digital planners are very much like physical planners but in a digital format (PDF).
So how do you use digital stickers?
I won’t answer this question here because this can be another post in itself.
The short answer is, once you’ve created your stickers in InDesign and turn it into an interactive PDF, you can import it into your preferred note-taking app and start digitally cutting and pasting into your digital planner. It’s super fun!
Digital planner or stickers can be used in your PDF annotator or note-taking apps like Microsoft OneNote, EverNote, Xodo and my favourite, GoodNotes with an Apple pencil or any stylus pen. There are lots more note-taking apps out there, but these ones are quite popular to be used with digital planners.
Whether you love to use physical stickers or digital ones, I have a special tutorial for you today and it involves creating your own stickers in Adobe InDesign. These stickers can be turn into digital stickers if you want, or print them at home to be used as physical stickers in your diary, scrapbook or bullet journal.
Speaking about bullet journals, here’s a post I’ve written a while ago about why I’m choosing the Enchanted Woods Planner Journal over bullet journaling.
Without further ado, let’s get started!
How to Create Stickers From Scratch in InDesign
I hope you’ll find this tutorial super helpful!
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