Bullet Journal Collection

Welcome! This blog post features some of my best bullet journaling work!

Art |

I started to seriously get into bullet journaling April of 2018. I had always been good at drawing, loved doodling, and always kept a planner! Bullet journaling was just the creative outlet I had been needing! I created this seasonal cover page last year, I love just the green plants and pretty pottery! The bright colors remind me of walking through the street markets in Mexico! I used Crayola Super Tips and Prisma Pens to create this Summer 2018 cover page!

Cover Pages |

These are my favorite cover pages from July of 2018 through April of 2019. I always enjoy looking back at my work to see my progress and inspiration! I used a variety of tools to create these pages, you can read more about them at the bottom of this post!

Trackers | Swatches

I love creating tracker and swatch pages in my bullet journal! These bonus pages come in handy when I want to try out new materials and the possibilities are endless!

Check out my list of bullet journaling Amazon essentials!

Happy Planning!

  • Prisma colored pencils, simply the best.
  • Pentel GraphGear 500 .03 mechanical pencil.
  • Arteza Real Brush Pens...my new favorites! Soft tip nylon brush pens, when you add water it gives an awesome watercolor effect!
  • Fabriano journals are my favorite! The soft paper allows any pen or marker to glide easily.
  • If you are new to bullet journaling, I recommend paper pads by Kelly Creates. She has grid ones that help with lettering and dotted ones that help with doodling!
  • Micron pens and brush markers are a must-have in your bujo supplies!
  • I recommend the prisma hand lettering set of markers for those getting serious about lettering.
  • Crayola supertips are also a must-have! I have the 100 ct box that comes with all the colors you need.
  • Midliner highlighters are very buildable and blend easily as well.
  • Washi tape always comes in handy, especially when you make a mistake.
  • White Gelly Roll pens to help accent and add definition to your lettering or designs!
  • Le Pen is a fancy little pen I just love using! It moves effortlessly across the page creating smooth and crisp lines!

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