I’m kind of on a sticker/planner kick right now. No apologies. I’ve really enjoyed working on freshening up my planner spreads. I’m also finally getting around to customizing one of my smaller planners, which I don’t currently use for anything. That’s something I’d like to get around to–using different planners to keep track of different things. It seems like a good idea, but I never know how to divide/track stuff and it all ends up in my main planner instead.
No big deal.
Anyway, it’s not a secret that I love Animal Crossing. My mom and all my sisters play, and my daughter plays, too. It’s got such simple, pleasant visuals. I wanted to use some of those visuals as stickers in my planner, but I couldn’t find anything to use for it and the graphics from the games themselves were too low-resolution to use.
Clearly, the best solution was to re-draw the icons and textures from scratch, by myself.
Click the image for the full-sized, 300 DPI image file.
Depending on the margins your printer allows, you might be able to get 4 of these sheets on a page. If you want to use a cutting machine like a Silhouette Cameo or some such, you’ll have to arrange them a little more carefully to fit within the cutting guidelines. So far, I’ve just cut out mine by hand. Couldn’t begin to tell you why, but there you go.
Anyway, being that Animal Crossing belongs to Nintendo, these stickers must be for personal use only. You’re free to print them and use them, but they can’t be used for anything commercial and should not be redistributed elsewhere.