On this page you’ll find all the essentials for your Bullet Journaling adventure. Notebooks, pens and everything for beautiful colors, it’s all there!
Natascha’s favorite: Nuuna
My favorite notebooks are those from Nuuna. At the moment I use the Nuuna Graphic L notebooks. This notebook is a little bit bigger then A5 and can be used perfectly as a Bullet Journal. The paper is white and thick and dot grid allows easy drawing and writing. It also has pagenumbers and to top it all off there are a ton of beautiful styles available to choose from. The books are made from high quality material and feel very sturdy. I totally recommend these books for every Bullet Journalist!
The notebooks of Rhodia are in a handy size and are easy to take with you. They are sold in many different colors and covers.
The famous notebook for Bullet Journaling! The paper is champagne colored and are equipped with a bookmarker, pagenumbers and an Elastic.
Natascha’s favorite: Muji Pens
These Japanese branded pens are a nice addition to your collection. The pens are great to write with and don’t bleed through with the Nuuna notebooks. The ink is deep black and dries very quickly, so you won’t smudge anymore!
Faber-Castell PITT Artist
Another favorite of my are the Faber-Castell PITT Artist fineliners. They are available in different colors and sizes. I personally liek the black pen with the superfine nib. The ink dries quickly and don’t bleed through the paper.
Staedtler Pigment Liners
These pens are great to write with. Especially the fineliners with the smaller nibs from 0,01mm and 0,05mm are a pleasure. The ink is waterproof and doesn’t ghost.
Colors in your Notebook
Every notebook deserves the most beautiful colors. Below you’ll find my favorite supplies to add colors to your notebook!
Tombow Brush Pens
Tombow Brush pens are very famous and with a reason. The brushes allow you to make the most beautiful brushletters. They are available in many different colors, so there is one for everyone. One disadvantage is the price, but you’ll get a lot of quality for that.
The Zebra Mildliners are double sided highlighters from Japan. I love the beautiful colors that are not the usual eyeblinding ones. Unfortunately, the colors tend to bleed through a little bit.
Staedtler Noris Club
These pencils must be in every Bullet Journalists’ pencil case. The Staedtler Noris Club pencils have intense colors. The point has been strengthened so that it doesn’t break as easy. During drawing the pencils feel soft and you don’t need much strength to make the most beautiful drawings!
Natascha’s favorite: TWSBI Eco
Every Bullet Journal deserves a beautiful fountain pen. The TWSBI Eco is good starter with a nice ink flow. The pen is comfortable to use and is light in the hands. With the transparant case you can always see how much ink is left, handy! With the screw cap you won’t risk that your cap will be lost during traveling. The quality is great and perfectly prices.
Pilot Metropolitan Vulpen
This cheap fountain pen is great for starters. It’s a nice pen with a fine nib. The case feels a little cheap, but that is to be expected for this price. All in all, a good choice!
These ink from the American Noodler’s is the best on the marker. It’s super black, waterproof and dries very quick. The price is a little high, but fortunately it lasts a long time!
Did you know we sell stickers to make your notebook more fun? See below a selection of our stickers and be sure to visit our shop for even more handmade stickers! All stickers are suitable for A4 and A5 notebook, but other sizes are available on order.
Books to Read
Do you like to read? Then this ‘books to read’ sticker is perfect for you! Write the titles you wan to read on the side of books so you won’t forget them anymore.
Map of the World
The worldmap sticker can be used for many occasions. Plan your trip, track where you’ve been or if you have a shop, track where you’re orders are going.