New year, an actual post! Today I pull together thoughts on how you get started with the bullet journal, in hopes you are inspired to know what steps you want to take in making this system work for you.
The last few weeks I've been LOVING creating galaxy looks in my bullet journal layouts with my Tombow pens, and it was time to create a video to share how I do it. Take a look at how you can also recreate the galaxy look in your own bullet journal layout.
I ran into a friend who is practicing brush calligraphy, and although her individual letters were turning out beautifully, connecting them seemed to be a very different challenge. I've taught a few brush calligraphy classes and this is definitely a transition point for learners as we add the pieces together to create words - so today, I'm sharing two huge tips on how I learned to practice connecting my calligraphy letters.
Today I am talking about a favorite bullet journal spread that I shared during my Tombow Takeover - my project planning spread. I've used this layout for so many different things - it can be adapted for any increment of time over a variety of kinds of endeavors to get a birds-eye view of a single project, your job, family calendar/vacations, assignments, classes, and more.
I've long been enamored by the many artists I follow on Instagram that seem to effortlessly blend their brush calligraphy pens, but struggled to get that effect myself. Sometimes, inspiration strikes and you discover something that works best for you and your style, and I've created some fun pieces. Want to recreate it for yourself? Keep reading and I'll share how I've been using my Tombow dual brush pens to get a gradient and blended look.