I just about died over how many of you planner babes adopted my October Planner Strips into your lives and made beautiful, functional spreads with them! They are all about sharing something that has helped me tremendously in my planning with the planner community I love so much, so thank you for allowing me to do that. Thank you for sharing what you created on your social media accounts, and letting people know where they could find them. My heart is bursting with appreciation!

On that note: let’s keep this party going! HERE ARE THE SECOND BLAST of them for November, this time in a trendy ombre pink! They are NOW AVAILABLE exclusively to my e-mail newsletter subscribers, but don’t worry if you’re not yet signed up… You can click the following link to subscribe:


WHAT ARE PLANNER STRIPS? They are printable designs I created over a year ago to lay atop my Happy Planner® pages in order for the blank daily columns to become hourly + lined. (Visit this hashtag to see how I’ve used them in the past & to gain inspiration from other planner babes who have used them as well: #ARZ_PlannerStrips.)

THE SCOOP ON ‘EM: Basically, they’ve changed my functional planning for the better! I’ve always needed lines and hours for optimal organization. Once I print them out, trim them down, and prep the upcoming month with them — I add my stickers and embellishments right on top!

They come in the CLASSIC size or BIG, and I will be releasing a new set each month, changing up the color for added fun and flair.

SOMETHING NEW THIS MONTH: One page of the printables for each size this month are ‘double dipped’ (see above) meaning there are orange columns for those last two days of October that ‘dip’ into November’s week, and then a pink column to start November. I loooove this little detail differentiating the months, and I hope you do too!

Below is a quick 1-minute promo video featuring this month’s strips, but if you want the FULL walkthrough, you can watch my intro video on YouTube.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: There were a few things that came up last month that I wanted to address here.

(1) How come some planner babes have the planner strips in grey? Did you make them in grey?

Nope, I did not make them in grey. Those planner babes that showed spreads with grey planner strips (see HERE and HERE for examples) got them by printing my colored planner strips in their printer’s black & white setting. So clever!

(2) My planner strips didn’t exactly fit my planner. What happened?

This could have happened for several reasons. FIRST: make sure you’ve printed the CLASSIC size strips for your CLASSIC Happy Planner® and the BIG size strips for your BIG Happy Planner®. Common mistake.

SECONDLY: Make sure when you go to print, your printer’s scale is on 100%. Some printers automatically try to ‘fit to page’ and might be scaling the printable down to 96% or something. Double check this setting in your printer’s pop-up window.

THIRDLY: There is grey dotted line around all my planner strips that read “cut here” and that’s where you should trim your planner strips to, not the actual solid black line surrounding each planner strip. The strips need that little bit of white buffer space around them to complete cover the blank columns you’re placing them over.

(3) I signed up to your newsletter, but I still can’t get access to your strips.

When you sign up, there are like two or three emails that need to confirm you into my little virtual newsletter clubhouse before you receive the final welcome e-mail that contains the link to where you can download my planner strips. If a day goes by and you never receive that final welcome e-mail, please contact me, and we’ll work it out together. (Be sure to check your spam folder for it too!) 🙂

(4) I signed up to your newsletter, I received the final welcome e-mail with the link to your strips, but when I follow it, it says “can only be downloaded on a computer.” What’s up with that?

Most likely you’ve seen this message on your phone. Don’t worry, once you hop on your laptop or at-home computer and click the e-mail link from there, you’ll be taken to the page where you can download. You can only download and print my planner strips from a computer, not your phone. 🙂

Thank you so much for visiting today, and for letting me share my designs with you! // I would appreciate it – if you do decide to download, print, and use these designs – to give me a little shout out! A tag on IG to direct others to where they could find the materials would be awesome. …also, feedback or suggestions for other type of designs you’d like to see are welcomed. Woo! Have a great weekend! xoxo

October 27, 2017

Planner Strips // November 2017

October 27, 2017

Planner Strips // November 2017


  1. Barbara Alicea

    October 28th, 2017 at 1:06 pm

    Just what I been looking for… Thank you! Can’t wait to see how the work out for. Wish I could just print them right on my planner page, just save on the paper. Lol. Don’t look being wasteful but again Thanks for creating these.

  2. amandarose

    October 28th, 2017 at 2:06 pm

    Thanks for your interest in these. I appreciate your enthusiasm, and hope you have fun planning with them! // It would be awesome to print right onto the planner!

  3. Kristi D Kimberland

    November 22nd, 2017 at 1:45 am

    How do I download the planner strips? I can’t find a link except to subscribe to the newsletter which I have already done. It’s just taking me in circles! Please help! Thanks so much!

  4. amandarose

    November 22nd, 2017 at 1:03 pm

    Hey, Kristi! I just sent you an email to help you troubleshoot this issue! 🙂

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