This is a VECTOR made file of a Happy Planner page size but with Levenger size punch holes meaning there are no rough edges as a cut being it is a recreated image and not just a scanned image. Also the arc punch size is made with a larger sized arc punch, making page turning incredibly smooth.
With a Levenger hole size punch being slightly larger than other brands of punches…it makes turning pages feel like butter. However, the Levenger punch is a bit pricey so if you’re looking add only a few pages and have a cutting machine this is a great alternative.
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Make sure if you are looking to upgrade your existing plastic Happy Planners discs to check out my solid Aluminum Discs currently in champagne gold. They make eisiting non levenger punch page turn like a dream. Go find out more about them here.
Here's another hand drawn set of mine done on my iPad Pro an then converted to be digital files available now for both personal and commercial uses. These chore icons are perfect for Planner or chore chart uses for weekly and daily reminders for yourself or little ones to get done. Simply print, color and cut out by hand.
However if you'd rather use a cut machine…the files to do so are available in the commercial version making them easy to make edits or resize as digital versions as well. Please read details below for what version best suits your needs.
You can now easily upgrade the look of your planners, notebooks, and journals simply by using these Gorgeous Binding Discs. These discs are simply beautiful and add a touch of elegance and sophistication that often lack with the use of many plastic alternatives.
If you are not familiar with this system Please Go here to find out more. These pretties will make you rethink how to rebind and reorganize your paper world.
These discs are currently available in .5″ and 1″ sizes and priced out per disc so you are able to buy as many or as few as you need. (No more random extra discs that you don’t know what to do with from when there is the only the option to buy in sets.)