Some of you creative Pretty Pretty Planner users have requested the color codes to make matching stickers or whatnot – so at long last, here you go! Hex codes thanks to this handy website I found, and RGB codes on hover/click. This has been the Pretty Pretty Planner’s color palette since it was first released back in 2015. ♥
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I have made several extra sheets for myself using the colors from your downloaded pages but I must say these don’t look like those. I guess it is my monitor.
Again thank yous so much for this planner. It has been the one I use now for several years.
Thank you so much! I have a few ideas for stickers already. Hope to share with you soon.
WOOT!! That sounds awesome!
I have a sheet ready, can you tell me where to send them?
BTW, I agree that the colors seem to be different but the one that is “most wrong” is the pink color (used for Saturday).
In Word, you should be able to find the color codes easily, for font just highlight the text, go to Font Colors —>more colors —>custom and you will find the color codes that shade.
or for a shape: highlight the shape —>shape fill—>more fill colors —> you will see the code
Hi Nelda! I will email you about the sheet. But your suggested method of getting the color codes is exactly what I did. I obtained the RGB color codes from the existing table structures in my Microsoft Word 2016, and then converted them to HEX codes. So not sure why they may appear different. Curious. Anyways, will send the email shortly!
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