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Do you always search for important information in your planner, paging back and forth until you finally find it? Do you lose track of paperclips or find that they add bulk to your planner? Today I’m sharing these free printable top dividers for your planner. These can also be used as regular bookmarks in a book.

free printable top tab dividers for planners

These printable tab dividers help you keep the most important information right at your fingertips! Flip to the right page easily and quickly left off where you were last.

This free version includes 9 tab dividers and 3 patterns you can print at the back of the dividers. These patterns fill the whole page so you don’t have to worry about lining up the front and back.

These printable top tab dividers help you keep the most important information right at your fingertips! Flip to the right page easily and quickly left off where you were last. These tab dividers are just what you need to keep your planner or agenda organised. These can also be used as bookmarks. Download them right here for free.

free printable top tab dividers for planners

The tabs included are: today, this week and this month to help you mark the current week, day or month. There is also an extra patterned divider you can use for something else. You will get two to-do lists that have two uses: helping you flip to the current week and helping you make a to-do list of course. Finally, you’ll also get two quotes and one Bible verse that will motivate you to get things done.

free printable top tab dividers for planners

These printable top tab dividers / bookmarks are 184 x 71 mm with the tab and 170 x 71 without the tab. You can cut off the tabs if you prefer. These tab dividers will fit in a variety of planners, agendas and spiral ring binders. I’m using mine in my A5 planner (large kikki.K) and you can also use them in a Personal sized planner, 5.5 x 8.5″ planner and more!

This design is for personal use only. Selling it is strictly prohibited. When sharing this on social media or your blog, please credit Clementine Creative and link back. Thank you for respecting the terms.

How to make these free printable top tab dividers

  1. Download the PDF files below
  2. Open in Adobe Reader
  3. In the Print window, choose “actual size”
  4. Print on thick paper or cardboard. Use A4 or Us Letter sized paper
  5. Cut out the dividers using a craft knife, steel ruler and cutting mat
  6. Laminate your dividers to help them last longer
  7. Punch holes through the dividers if you’re using them in a spiral binder

Use one of the pages that came with your planner as a template to mark where to punch holes. Be sure to let the tab stick out.

Download these printable tab dividers here

If you are looking for more motivation to get things done, download these matching free morning motivation prints, or buy my Inspired Life Planner – it includes everything you need to get your life organised.

Want to customize these tab dividers to your liking?

I’ve created a premium version of these dividers where you can type in your own text in the top tabs to truly make them your own. Use your own language or make a divider for each month. The possibilities are endless!

Here’s what else is included in the premium version:

  • 3 Bible verses
  • 5 motivational quotes
  • a shopping list
  • a meal planner
  • 2 to-do lists
  • a habit tracker
  • a water drinking tracker

Here’s what Jennifer had to say about her purchase:

“Just what I was looking for, super easy to download and edit!”

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  1. Hi Carmia! Just wanted to stop by and say that I think you did a really nice job with these dividers! Like the designs. Well done and keep up the good work! 🙂 You might even convince a no-planner-user like me to get a bit more organised in the future. 😉

  2. Hello. I love your designs! Do you happen to make side tab dividers to fit half-size Arc’s? I can’t seem to find any!

  3. Hello – I LOVE your website. You have so many free printables which are SO helpful, so a big THANK YOU for that!
    1. You said that Nov 11 is Origami Day? Is that in Japan? I think of Japan when I think of Origami! I love the idea of a whole day to celebrate that art!
    2. I have a nice Canon printer, but your designs print out so pale. I just put new ink in and am not having trouble with other things I print. Hmmmmm… wonder if you have thoughts on this?
    3. Right now I am drowning in planners but I really love so much of the one you have for sale that I might just buy it anyway!!!
    4. I, too, was inspired by my first commercial Xerox machine and immediately started making my own forms! Ha Ha Ha!

    1. Hey Keri, thanks so much for your message!
      1. I forgot to add the link to Origami Day. Here it is. Seems like it is celebrated worldwide!
      2. Hmm, is it only the November monthly planner thats printing out so pale? It’s a light coloured design, so that could be why. But if ALL my designs are printing out pale, that sounds really strange! I’ve tested them out on my own printer but everything looks fine. Sorry, I’m not really an expert on home printers 😉 I would recommend opening my PDFs in Adobe Reader. Sometimes other programs cause problems with stuff not printing correctly.
      3. Aww, thanks so much for your interest! I really appreciate you checking it out 🙂
      4. Haha! I’m not the only one! 😀