Must Have Bujo Supplies

Bullet Journal Supply List

It isn't hard to get started with bullet journaling, a productivity and planning system designed to help you make the most of your agenda, while allowing you plenty of room for creative expression.

A few basic supplies can get you up and running, and while your local stationery shop is brimming with stickers and stamps and markers galore, you don't need a lot of supplies to design your own bullet journal.

1. A Journal You Love - We Recommend:

Original Bullet Journal

Original Bullet Journal

Leuchtturm1917 Notebooks

Leuchtturm 1917 Notebooks

Moleskine Notebooks

Moleskine Notebooks

Traveler's Notebook

Traveler's Notebook

Stonit Notebook

Stonit Notebook

Midori MD Notebook

Midori MD Dot Grid Notebook

2. An Assortment of Pens - Popular Favorites

Le Pen

Marvy Le Pen

Pigma Micron

Pigma Micron

Gelly Roll Gel Pens

Gelly Roll Gel Pens

Zebra Sarasa Clip Gel Pens

Zebra Sarasa

Ohto Needle Point

Ohto Needle Point

Zig Twin Art Markers

Zig Twin Brush Markers

Zebra Mild Liners

Zebra Mild Liners

3. Creative Add-ons - Express Your Artistic Side

Stencils

Bujo Stencils

Erasers

Erasers

Washi tape

Washi Tape

Japanese Mini Pencils

Japanese Mini Pencils

Watercolor Pencils

Watercolor Pencils

Paperclips

Brass Index Clips

4. Inspiration - There's Creativity Online to Inspire You

Instagram

Pinterest

www.bulletjournal.com

Tumblr

www.bohoberry.com

www.tinyrayofsunshine.com

You can get started with nothing more than a notebook and a pen, but you might find that you are like the thousands of people around the world who use bullet journaling as a creative outlet. Using a seemingly endless variety of supplies and tools to design creative layouts that make planning your days artistic and fun.

 

 

 

Jenni Bick

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