Hello, good to see you! Today I’ve got a slightly different post from the usual of making cards with your stamps. Instead, I’m hoping to inspire you with stamping with your bullet journal. If you don’t bullet journal, I really recommend it. I did it last year and was really organised in life just in general. However, things slid with my journal and I got out of the habit from using it as it took too long to make it look pretty inside. However, a new bullet Journal (Canvo) within the craft industry that has much thicker paper than regular bullet journals. This means we stampers can use our bullet journal and no bleeding of ink through to the next page. Bumbleberry’s stock some great stamp sets for using in planners and journals and I’ve plenty of inspiration using them.
stamping with your bullet journal Process overview
My monthly hello page used the Altenew Floral Vine and the Geo Frames stamp set. This page was very quick to make as I was able to use stamp the design rather than spend ages drawing and colouring the page in. I did make a small stamp with the position of the title, but I used a white gel pen to ‘erase’ the mistake and you can hardly notice it.
For the monthly view, I drew the boxes but used stamps for the remainder of the page. The floral elements from the Avert Elle Modern calligraphy used to also create the monthly title were perfect small stamps to create detail to the pages.
For the weekly views, I used the Geo Frames stamp set to a section of my days – I schedule more at the weekend, as I have a full-time job during the week so my Saturdays and Sundays are large spaces compared to weekdays. The Altenew 365 stamp set was perfect for adding a mini month overview section to my weekly layouts. For the last weekly layout, I added a few sections for reflecting back over the month, as I want to try and include a little bit of mindfulness into my bullet journal.
stamping with your bullet journal photos
My week/page that went wrong........
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*this post was produce as part of my design team work for Bumbleberry Papercrafts. I have not been paid to make this post, but I am given supplies from Bumbleberry Papercrafts to use. However, I only create projects I am proud of and use the products that I love. The information provided is based on my own personal experience – I am not an expert.