I’m not sure how the world survived before sticky notes. I use sticky notes to keep track of to do tasks and as reminder notes. I’m very protective of my stock of pretty sticky notes because I’m so reliant on using sticky notes to keep organized and to motivate. I created my own Daily To Do List Printable for sticky notes that I use every day. I have terrible handwriting and want to be able to print out pretty notes and reminders. I figured out how to print my own text on sticky notes and it’s really easy to do. Really.
I can remember when Post-It Notes first came out. It was revolutionary. Even though back then they only came in pale yellow, they were still ah-mazing! Now sticky notes are available in so many different sizes and colors. I get a bit giddy even thinking about it.
Recently I wanted to print my own text out on sticky notes to use. That was my motivation to figure out how to print on sticky notes for myself.
How to Print on Sticky Notes
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Sticky Notes – You can use any size, but it’s easiest to use 3×3 or 4×4 inch notes when you’re first starting.
One Sheet of Printer Paper – I reuse oops paper and recycle it. You’re only printing on it as a guide for where to place your sticky notes, so you can use recycled paper.
Word Processing Program
Make sure you can see both of the rulers for your document. Format your word processing document in two columns the width of your sticky note. Type your text and make sure that it fits within the dimensions of your sticky notes. My sticky notes were 3 inches by 3 inches, so I made sure my text remained in that area. Repeat your text so that it covers the paper. Remember to stay within your sticky note dimensions. Check that several times before you hit print.
Print your document out on your page. Double-check again to make sure that the printed area fits within your sticky note area.
Place your sticky notes over the printed area. Stick each row onto the bottom of the previous sticky note to help hold it in place. When you reach the last sticky note, use a small piece of tape to hold the bottom of the last sticky note in place.
Place your sticky note paper into your printer and print out your document.
Voila! You now have your own note printed out on your sticky notes.
I think I’ve found a new addiction. It’s so easy to do. It takes approximately 5-10 minutes. And once you’ve figured out how to set up the spacing on your first document, writing new notes will go much more quickly.
Check out the Daily To Do List Printable for sticky notes that I created for you and me. I use these daily and lo-ove them. You can print out your own on sticky notes right now and start using them today.
I can’t wait to create more of my own personalized notes for all kinds of uses. I’m so excited now that I know how to print on sticky notes.