2019 Buju by Barbara Picinich

2019 Buju by Barbara Picinich

Hello everyone, Barbara here to share a bullet journal spread I made using the 2019 Calendar stamps. I’m a total novice at keeping a bullet journal but it’s something I have been playing around with over the past few months. I have had a hard time with structured planners as of late and the thought of using a bullet journal instead has been really appealing to me. I like the more free form aspect of it and also like that I can lay out pages as I want instead of having to fit my lists and plans into an established layout of a planner.

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The first thing I did for this entry page was to stamp out the months using the 2019 Calendar stamps. I know these stamps will get used a lot in my monthly calendars so I appreciate that Kelly laid them all out for the whole year. I really loved the Tina’s Months stamp set and decided to label each month with those just to give it a more hand illustrated feel. That’s one area of concern for me as I start my bullet journal; I can’t draw so stamps that give my pages the hand drawn look are definitely a plus for me.

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For the left side of the spread I used the 6x8Highline Outline numbers to stamp out the year. I wanted to add in a few less / more goals for the year and used the stamps from the All The Things mini kit to add in my title for that section.

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To dress up the spread a bit more I used the tiny square and circle stamps from the 2019 Calendar stamp set randomly to create a sort of confetti pattern on the pages. I like how the pink, grey and gold look stamped across the page.

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I’m excited to see what the year brings in my bullet journal so you may see more stamps in action this coming year.

 

Products Used: 6x8 2019 Calendar Stamp set, 6x8 Highline Outline Number stamp set, All The Things mini kit stamp set, Tina’s Months stamp set

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