Reader Request: More Half-Size Printables

Happy Wednesday everyone!  I hope you all are having a great week so far.  Things here are ticking along nicely.  I’m a little behind the ball this week, still recovering from spring break and trying to get our spring cleaning finished up, but yesterday I took some time to play around on the computer working on a couple of requests from some of you.  I couldn’t wait to share them all with you.

A feature on where I share printables that were designed at the request of my readers.

Half-size printables seem to be gaining in popularity lately.  Maybe because they work so nicely in many different planners, or because they’re a little more portable, or maybe because people want to conserve paper.  Whatever the reason, I’m always happy to make up a few more, and that’s where today’s post comes from.

First up comes a request from one of the comments on last weeks 5 Random Things post, and it was to take the weekly planner page shared in that post and make it two to a page.


Free Printable half size weekly overview planner page |

I was worried it would be a little too squishy, but after getting it done up and printing out a test page, I was pretty happy with how it turned out.  I kept the colors the same as the original, because I do still like those colors.

Next up is a request that came via email yesterday; a contact page for half-size planners.  I tend to keep all my addresses and contacts in my phone, so this isn’t one I’ve thought of, other than when I did up the holiday planner back in 2012.  It makes sense though to have a printed/handwritten copy somewhere for emergencies, or for those times when the phone is dead and you need a number or address, so I was really happy to get this request!

Free Printable contact sheet for half-sized planners. |

I tried to keep this one simple and uncluttered, but still add a little fun to it.  There is room for your contact’s name, number (or numbers there is room for two) home address and email.  I wasn’t really sure if there was a need for any other info, so I opted to keep it basic.

I love getting your requests and being able to provide you all with printables you like and use.  It’s easy for me to make printables that work for me, and if they work for you too, that’s great.  But being able to make printables that will work for you, and help you be more organized in your time or information, is real treat!  Keep those requests coming.

What do you think?  Any suggestions?  Requests?

Happy Printing!

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  1. I love all your planners!… thank you for share it
    I have a question. Have you think about to make a half size, 2 pages weekly with:
    Weekly goal (s)
    Top Three Things
    Home-keeping Task
    Days of the week
    Please let me know if you have anything like this.
    Thank you so much

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      Hi Monica, thanks so much for your kind words. I have a number of different weekly planners, you can find them on the Weekly Planner page or on the Printables Index page. I’m not sure if I have exactly what you’re looking for, but I will add it to my list of possible printables to make in the future.

    2. Love that you’re mentioning hybrids. I have a Tul jr and am looking for alphabetical address & pw pages and it’s proving to be nearly impossible to find. Especially tabbed alphabetical pages. They’re unicorns in this size planner. Most address books now need additional lines for notes, bd, and social media handles for each contact as well. Website designer and others require server login information for clients and themselves and their own pw hints and security questions. Sometimes internet isn’t readily available due to storms so you have to be able to reach people with that information that isn’t always stored on your phone for security reasons. Sometimes you just want it in print and online for peace of mind. Trying to find anything that fits this purpose in a junior discbound is proving impossible. Just my 2 cents. Love the site!

  2. Hi love all your planner ideas but not sure how to print them.

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      Hi Kourt, I’m happy to hear you like the printables. To print them, you just need to click the image of the one you want to download it. Then open in any PDF reader and print from there. If your printer has a duplexer and you’re going to be printing double-sided just be sure to select “short edge binding” for the half-size printables, and “long edge binding” for the full-size ones.

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