Hey there! I’m Andrea from @wildeyesbujo on Instagram and I’m an artist ambassador for Zebra Pen. Today I’m going to show you how to create a key page for a bullet journal using my go-to Zebra Pen products. This key/legend is simply a handy reference guide that helps remind you what colors, letters, or symbols you use in your bullet journal to signify various tasks.
Hi everyone! It’s Kylie from @bujo.kylie here to give you a few tips on creating, organizing, and tracking your 2021 goals in your bullet journal! For this project, we’ll be creating a two-page spread you can use for tracking weekly, monthly, or yearly goals. For materials, you will need Mildliner Highlighters, Zensations Technical Drawing Pens, and of course your bullet journal, art journal, or whatever you like to use for tracking your goals. Let’s get started!
The Mildliner Double-Ended Highlighter & Marker is the OG tool for artists, students, and everyday use. The two unique ends—including a chisel tip and a bullet fine tip—and its mild translucent ink make it a truly unique product that is often imitated but never duplicated.
Hi everyone! This is Jo of @theletteringcompanion. I am excited to walk you through the steps to create ribbon lettering. This beautiful lettering style looks difficult, but it is quite easy to replicate and it only takes a few supplies.
While recording thoughts and revelations in a bible is nothing new, the tradition is witnessing a revival through bible journaling and illustrated faith art. Simply searching the hashtag, #BibleJournaling on Instagram will cause hundreds of thousands of beautifully illustrated bible pages to pop up. And, while these examples can help inspire your own ideas, it can also make starting your own journal feel a little daunting at the same time.