Hey friends! I wanted to film a video on a little bit behind the scenes of my Sticker Membership, and I thought I’d do a little breakdown here, too. You can also join the membership, too.
So, truly Teachable, where the membership is hosted, is a course platform. However, I felt like it was a really great way to organize all the stickers and make it easier for you to find what you need. They handle all of the subscription stuff and just generally make it really easy, so if you see places where it says “course” or “instructor,” that’s why.
This isn’t really a course, but a great place to host the membership. So, I’m going to share a little of what it looks like in the back end of the membership when you join so you know what to expect. If you’d like to see the video behind the scenes tour I did, you can see that below-
I have the stickers organized by type, there’s a section for functional stickers, one for monthly stickers, one for weekly stickers, and one for Daily Duo stickers.
The monthly, weekly, and Daily Duo sticker kits do expire, because of licensing rights on the graphics I use. For example, if you sign up in the month of December, before Dec. 15th, you’ll have November stickers, December stickers, and January stickers. On Dec 15th, November stickers will expire and be removed and February stickers will be added. Then, in January, December stickers expire on the 15th and March stickers are added. That’s my plan right now on how that will work, but you’ll get access to 4 different months worth of stickers during one month of your membership. Then, the functional stickers never expire. New ones are added each month, so that section will just keep filling up with new stickers.
When I talk about a “month’s worth” of stickers, each month I choose 3 designs and I create 3 monthly kits (in Happy Planner and Erin Condren layouts), 3 weekly kits (in Happy Planner and Erin Condren layouts), and 3 Daily Duo kits. So that’s 9 new kits every month. Even though these stickers expire from the membership, if you download them to your computer before hand they are yours to keep and use year after year.
Inside the membership, you click on the stickers you are interested in, and there’s a photo there so you can see what you are downloading, and you can download the Erin Condren versions, Happy Planner versions, or both!
As for the files included, you get PNG, PDF and silhouette cut files, plus for Cricut users I’m now including transparent PNG files to all of the new stickers. I’m also going back through older kits and adding them, as well.
I hope that helps you see more of what is included with the Printable Planner Sticker membership!