Hello. TGIF! I have been winding down. I drove up to the city for my dental appointment around half past nine in the morning and then came back by two this afternoon.
So yesterday I mentioned bullet journaling. Here’s what’s been happening in this department.
These are some of the supplies I keep out and use. I love the pretty tea tins Harney & Sons tea bags come in so I’ve tried many of their teas. I drink TAZO tea now and then.
Pens, Pencils, and Markers
- Prismacolor Scholar Color Pencils
- Aen Art Dual Brush Pens
- Paper Mate Ink Joy Gel Pens
- Fine Tip Sharpie Markers
- Recollections Stamp Marker Set
- MARVY Brush Markers
I bought these on Amazon Prime. It’s a set of 20 stencils of banners, shapes, etc.
I bought these correction tapes from DAISO. Three of them are patterned while the bottom one is plain white. My perfectionist self gets irritated when I make a mistake as I’m writing in pen in my BUJO.
I bought these online from Etsy shops. Since my BUJO is small, the calendar squares are smaller. Instead of writing everything out, I wanted to just be able to stamp a symbol of an appointment or a birthday for example.
Note: For each layout, I used Christmas cookie cutters to trace shapes and to mask off areas for writing.
Pairing mint and red together was fun.
You know I love my tree stamp. Because it’s winter right now, I thought of a forest in winter.
This layout was created midweek. You now know I love dark and moody so I did some stamp embossing. Plus, you can’t see it from here but I used a shimmer spray on both pages.
January Craft Goal
This was my attempt at making a craft goal for this month. Obviously I’m making better headway on the bottom one.
While I am working on finishing up this post, the teenager and I are continuing our Glee marathon. Our crew is super happy to have a three-day weekend. *fist pump* The husband promised Krispy Kreme doughnuts! ^__^ He had helped himself to four that had been brought into work Thursday, LOL, which inspired this promise. But there’ll be some tidying business this weekend as well as Chinese New Year is around the corner and I still have cards to make.
Have a good weekend. Thank you so much for being here, for finding my little blog worthy of your time, and for chiming in your two cents now and then. TTYS.