Gribulle

Planner stickers and inserts handmade in France.

Boissy-sous-Saint-Yon, France | 300 Sales

Gribulle

Planner stickers and inserts handmade in France.

Boissy-sous-Saint-Yon, France 300 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars (95)

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Last updated on Sep 27, 2018

Gribulle is taking a short break, we will be back soon !
In the meantime, follow us on Social Media for the latest news :)
https://www.instagram.com/gribulle.plans/
https://www.facebook.com/gribulle/

Maud Rivoal

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Maud Rivoal

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About

What's Gribulle ?

I've been very interested in everything stationnary since I was a teenager, so naturally, when I discovered the world of planners and stickers, I obsessed!
I started making some for myself and very soon thought "Why not share?"

So here it is, my pretty shop.

Pretty and simple planner inserts ? You got it !
Glamourous foiled or shimmery inserts ? You got it !
Full decorative weekly or monthly sticker kits ? You got it !
Cute fonctional stickers ? You got it too !

I hope you find something you love, and if ever you don't, drop me a message, and I'll see what we can do about it !

Cheers, Maud.

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  • Maud Rivoal

    Owner, Creator

    Hello, I'm Maud, and I'm the little hands (seriously, they're tiny) behind the making of these stickers and inserts ! In constant search for planner peace (does it even exist ?), I'm happy to share my designs with you ! xo

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Last updated on Apr 24, 2018
Frequently asked questions

The papers I use for my inserts are by the Clairefontaine brand, and certified FSC.

For stickers, I use 5 kinds for now.
Glossy and Premium Matte have a photo finish and nice colour quality.
Removable and Recycled Matte are thin papers that don't bulk your planner. Recycled may present tiny inclusions in the paper.
Transparent paper has a semi glossy finish.


The answer is simple : I'm French. =)
Even though I like planning in English, I figured some people might prefer French.

If some translations seem a bit odd to you, don't hesitate to make a suggestion. I'd be happy to hear what you think !


I don't *really* do custom orders at the moment.

However, if you have any question about a product, a tiny change you'd like to request, ask away ! I'm sure we can work something out =)

Plus, I do take suggestions for future creations, I'm only human and sometimes inspiration needs a little push ;)


I could answer "Glossy is as cheap as matte removable". =)

I understand shops that charge more for a more expensive type of paper.
I chose to sell my sticker sheets according to their format, not the paper quality.
Large sheets (18cm x12.5cm or 7"x5") are 3.50€ (~US$3.75), and medium sheets (9cm x12cm or 3.5"x5") are 3€ (~US$3.20).

When you buy a kit or a bundle, I automatically apply a discount.


Mostly on Etsy.

I credit them when the shop I buy them from requires it.
Be sure to check the descriptions.

Most icons are either free of use or I made them myself.

If you recognise your work and I forgot to credit you, it's an honnest mistake, please contact me and I'll be happy to correct it.


Foiled stickers take a longer time to process, and the technique used to create them is more complex than regular stickers. This is why the price is a bit higher than other kits and single/bundled sheets.

They are only made with glossy paper for now, as I find it is the paper that gives the best and the smoothest finish.

Also, please note that as I try my best to produce the best quality possible, all my products are handmade, and especially with foil, some minors glitches may appears on my products.

With foil, it translates to tiny black dots or lines here and there.