Bullet Journals are all the rage at the minute, if you haven't yet tried them then why not start now? I've compiled the perfect bullet journal resources guide to help you kick start your bujo planning. The resources would also make great gifts for a bullet journal or planner enthusiast and just in time for your Christmas shopping.
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Bullet Journal Notebooks
The main thing you will need when starting out in Bullet Journaling is obviously a good notebook. There are many different journals you can use. By far the most popular is the Leuchtturm notebook, take a look at the range Craft Stash. Save 20% off your first order plus free delivery on all orders over £15 for the UK!
The Scribbles That Matter notebook is also very popular of late, both come in A5. However there are many other popular alternatives out now such as this notebook by Lemome which comes with an added integrated pen loop. You could of course use any notebook to start with, but it's always nice to have a swanky one that you will want to keep opening.
Have a look at My 10 Best Notebook Posts here.
Bullet Journal Stickers
Stickers are a great way to cheat your bujo pages if you artistic skills are not up to scratch or if you want to save time. I love these cute border stickers from Hazy Days UK on Etsy, perfect for days of the week headers and tracking.
These watercolour painted brush stroke stickers also are a great time saver for adding pretty days of the week headers in your layouts and planner spreads.
Use code KERRY15 for 15% off a £10 spend or more and my free sampler sheet too.
Pens for Bullet Journaling
Ahhh pens... I do love pens. My favourite pens for bullet journaling are the Pilot Frixon Pens erasable pens. I love them for several reasons; they are available in great colours, they write very smoothly and you can erase any mistakes that you make. They are great for bullet journals as I find I often make mistakes when drawing out my layouts.
Another staple for bullet journaling are Bullet Journal Fine Liners. I am obsessed with fine liners, I must have over a hundred different ones. CraftStash also have an extensive range here CraftStash fine liners with 20% off your first order.
Bullet Journal Stencils
Obviously this list is not exhaustive there are so many things you can add (or not), depending on how simple or complex you want your bullet journal system to be.
Let me know in the comments how you get on and now might be the perfect time to add the items to your wishlist for Christmas to share with friends and family or to save as present ideas to gift to others.
Take Care and Happy Bullet Journaling
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