Do you have a hard time planning your weekly planner layouts because you aren't sure if it will look good? For me, this is a common problem since I want to place stickers down to try it out, only to realize I'd rather place it somewhere else. Here is a way to create your planner layouts without wasting your planner stickers.
The idea is to basically try out your planner stickers on a digital Erin Condren weekly layout first. You can find a free weekly planner insert to download HERE.
Many planner sticker kits you buy from shops or etsy will include cut files for customers who own cutting machines such as the Silhouette or Cricut. Even if you print and cut your stickers by hand, you can still use these cut files on their specific software for free. For example, you can download and install Silhouette Studio for free and open your silhouette cut files using the program. This is what I did here using the functional planner stickers from my shop.
First merge the Erin Condren weekly layout file to Silhouette Studio. Make sure to resize the page so that it is 11 x 8.5 in order for your planner stickers to fit. Then merge any planner sticker cut files you would like. Now you can customize and swap around planner stickers at your leisure, without the fear of placing your planner stickers incorrectly for your layouts.