For March, I decided to draw inspiration from Alice in Wonderland, so I settled on a teacup bullet journal setup. I have linked my Plan With Me video below.
If you like the teacup stickers I use throughout the video, make sure to subscribe to my blog. These stickers, as well as the dashboard, will be emailed to newsletter subscribers for the month of March.
I am sticking to the Rapid Logging System so, if you’re curious what that is, you can check out this blog post where I provide more information on this method. It has been such a game changer for me and I don’t think I’ll be changing any time soon.
I kept my supplies very minimal this month, sticking mostly to basics.
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- Tombow Mono Drawing Pen
- Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen
- Crayola Supertips
- Sakura Gelly Roll in white
- Stickers: my own (free for subscribers)
- Washi: generic washi
Free Printables from the Teacup Bullet Journal Setup
This month I am offering 4 printable files:
- The Monthly Cleaning Tracker
- The Spending Log
- “Down the Rabbit Hole” doodle challenge grid
- Rapid Logging layout 2
If you use any of these printables, especially the doodle challenge, I would love if you would tag me so that I can see how you interpret the prompts (@natashamillerletters on Instagram).
This month I really managed to keep my supplies to a minimum while still achieving visual impact. Going forward, I will be continuing on with this minimalist supply theme and sharing more ideas with you.
If you’d like to follow along, you can do so by subscribing to this blog and/or following me on Instagram (@natashamillerletters). I would love to connect and get to know you as we share our bullet journaling passion.