It’s that time again where I share a new setup. For April, I have chosen to do a rainbow bullet journal setup.
Firstly, I wanted to wish everyone out there good health – both mental and physical. We are living in unprecedented times and we are all affected by these challenging times. Please know my heart goes out to everyone affected and I deeply, deeply empathize with the many parents who are struggling to make ends meet while dealing with their little ones. Please know, you are not alone!
My primary way of dealing with all of the stress and anxiety is to bury my head in my bullet journal and lettering. As such, I have created stickers and printables for you to download. You can find them in the From Blank to Brilliant Library. Make sure to subscribe to my newsletter for the password.
But, without further ado, you can access the video here and below I am sharing the supplies I used as well as some of the tricks I used to create these layouts.
Rainbow Bullet Journal Supplies
As mentioned above, I sued my own stickers which can be found in the Library. I also used the following stationary:
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- Scribbles That Matter Bullet Journal
- Crayola Supertips
- Tombow Mono Drawing Pens
- Pickett Circles Inking Template
ips and Tricks
For these layouts, I used some of my printables from last month, namely the Cleaning Tracker and the Spending Log. It was great to have those two layouts last month so I wanted to make sure to include them again.
I decided to try out a different layout for my doodle challenge. I used a circle stencil (but created a printable for you). It was pretty quick and I felt tied into my Magic and Whimsy theme quite well.
Rainbow Bullet Journal MVP: this one goes to my white Sakura Gelly Roll. I coloured over the lines a couple of times and accidentally extended lines when I didn’t mean to, and this guy came through every time!
I hope you enjoyed today’s setup. If there is ever any particular theme you want to see, please let me know! I would love to consider it for future layouts! (For another cute, and easy, journaling idea, you can check out my Busy Bee setup here.)
But I also want to know what you do to escape. What do you do that allows you to get lost in the moment and take a break? For me it’s creative bullet journaling but this time round I found a lot of comfort in lettering. There are a lot of free resources out there right now so make sure to try and take advantage and try something new!