Bullet Journal Supplies. When I first started bullet journaling, I was most confused about what supplies to use. This was mostly because most of the famous brands other people were talking about (e.g. sharpies, etc.) were not available in my country. This is just a small post about what supplies I use – again, what I use, not what I recommend.
MY BULLET JOURNAL
For my journal, I use this ‘anchor journal’ that I got at Target on my trip to USA. It’s really nice and though almost no one uses these kinds of notebooks, I’ve said this before, there are no rules here! You’re free to do whatever you want to do. I personally find my ring-bound notebook to be much more convenient and ‘free’ than a typical journal. It’s really easy to open and write in, and plus it’s really cute, which is really motivating. I don’t know the brand or anything, but it’s great. The pens don’t bleed into the paper, which brings me to the next supply.
I use three pens. First, I use the Stabilo point 88 fine liners for my main text. I also use the Signature Fline pens (which are a cross between markers and fine liners) for adding color and details. I usually use the grey color, but if I’m feeling cheery I’ll add other colors too. Then, I also use, for my quotes and calligraphy, the Koi Coloring Brush Pens. I’m still a novice in this, and am learning, but lettering is great! It’s really fun to decorate my journal with fun little things. I have actually ordered the Tombrow Dual Brush Pens, which is what most people use – they should arrive any day now. Then, I also use highlighters to give emphasis.
Other than that, I use Post-Its sometimes for no reason at all, or glitter tape (the patterned washi tapes are not available in my country) and just little tit-bits of things to add a little flare to my journal. I also use a corrector to correct errors. And that’s all.