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Notebooks for Bullet Journaling

  1. NUUNA notebook (US) / (UK) (mine is in the size ‘Graphic L’, pattern: Oh-La-La)
  2. Leuchtturm1917 (US) / (UK) (mine is in the size A5, color: Light blue)

If you’d like to see a complete review and comparison between the Leuchtturm1917 and NUUNA notebooks, click here!

         Awesome for beginners:

  1. Rhodia Dot Pads (US) / (UK): dot-grid paper, awesome quality. I used these for when I made my inserts, because I used to Bullet Journal in a binder = amazing flexibility and no pressure if you make a mistake, you can just replace the paper and start over.
  2. Filofax Clipbook (US) / (UK)  : I have 2 (that’s how much I’ve loved them), in the colors Pear Green and Blue. I used these a TON back when I used to Bullet Journal in them, with the Rhodia Paper insterts that I’ve linked above.


  1. Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen / (UK) (I have sizes XS, S, F, M; for writing I recommend the XS or the S)
  2. Sakura Mikron Ink Pen / (UK) (I use the size 01)
  3. Graphik Line Maker / (UK) (Mine is size 0.3)
  4. Staedtler Triplus Fineliners / (UK)
  5. Stabilo Point 88 Pen Set / (UK)

Colored Pencils

  1. Faber-Castell Color Grip Pencils / (UK) (These can be used on their own, or with water to create watercolor effects)


  1. Rotring Mechanical Pencil / (UK) (I use pencils to outline my designs first, and then I go over them with the liners)

Brush Watercolor Markers

  1. Tombow Dual Brush Pen / (UK)
  2. Kuretake Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers / (UK) (I use these on their own or add water to create watercolor effects)


  1. Sharpie Paint Markers / (UK) (I mainly use the white one to add highlights to my doodles/letterings)