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Bullet Journal 180Gsm Bamboo Paper Dot-Grid 160 Pages

Bullet Journal 180Gsm Bamboo Paper Dot-Grid 160 Pages

Waterproof Fabric Hardcover Bullet Journal

- hardcover
- rounded corners
- ultra paper, 180 g/m²,
- 160 pages
- 5*5MM DOTTED
- 143*205 mm for inner pages size
- matching ribbon bookmark
- lies flat, open at 180°
- Fine fabric hardover
- expandable inner pocket in the back

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bullet journal 160gsm paper review owl bule cover

bullet journal 160gsm paper review owl bule cover

BUKE Dotted Grid 160GSM Journal Review - OWL Bule Cover

Dotted Journal Notebook

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Archer and Olive Notebook Get Ready For Summer Checklist In Your Bullet Journal + Free Printable!

Archer and Olive Notebook Get Ready For Summer Checklist In Your Bullet Journal + Free Printable!

RECOMMENDED SUPPLIES:

  • Archer and Olive Notebook - I'm using the A5 Dandelion Dreams dot grid notebook
  • Archer and Olive Acrylograph Pens - I used colors from the Vernal and Jewel selection in 0.7 mm but you can definitely use Acrylograph pen color that speaks summer to you
  • Pencil & Eraser - I like to sketch out everything first as a guide
  • Pen - for writing the tasks
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Top Bullet Journal Spreads For School, University or College

Top Bullet Journal Spreads For School, University or College

Everything You Need:

  • Archer and Olive Journal – As always, it will be no surprise to you that this is my pick. The lovely and thick pages have no bleeding or ghosting, so you get a clean start for every project spread! Also, it means you can decorate the spread without worrying about it.
  • Pencil – to carefully plan out your ideas so you can make sure your spread has everything you need.
  • Pen – I love the Unipin fineliners and they’re affordable and have lots of nib sizes.
  • Decorative Touch (optional) – This could be anything from stamps to acrylographs, or of course, nothing! I usually like to add a personal touch to my spreads so they’re more fun to use and look at.
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