Today I am sharing some of my completed bullet journal pages and my set up for Janauary so far.
There is not much to say about the pages really, I think they speak for themselves.
Here first of all are my final December pages:
All the elements are hand drawn. For those of you who are into stationery, I used Micron pens, Tombow Brushmarkers and Crayola Supertips. I just noticed that I photographed the above spread before it was filled in, trust me, I filled all of it in by now 😄.
For the new year I decided to change things up a bit, - this is what I love about bullet journaling, it is totally up to you how you want to do it.
A hand-lettered quote and the 2018 title page, because I starated in October there is still loads of space left in this journal, so I decided to just continue in the same one ( The Leuchtturm1917 dotted journal).
This is probaly my favourite page in the whole journal so far, unlike the January page below, which I don't like at all, but hey ho, some pages work and some don't, I guess it's all good practice. That's one of the things I like about bullet journaling, not only does it help me to stay on track, it also makes me paint and draw almost every day.
I decided to go with a sort of snowy wintry theme for my January pages, and my accent colour is grey. There will be more January pages to follow, but for now I will finish with my future log where I can note down any main things coming up between now and June.
Well that's it for now, thanks for your visit. I know this is not the usual mixed media stuff I normally blog, but it's part of my artistic journey right now, and therefore I decided to post these kind of spreads here every once in a while. I have decided to add this to Susi's Art Journal Journey where the theme is new adventures.