This weekend, I took a look at what people are buying on Amazon. I wanted to know what people were using for their bullet journals. I have compiled a list based on searching for “Bullet Journal” on Amazon and finding items marked as “Best Selling” in different categories. Some of these items I didn’t even think of. But I might consider putting them on my Amazon Wish List!
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Calendars, Planners & Organizers – Panda Planner Pro
The Panda Planner Pro is an 8.5 x 11″ softcover planner. It has undated monthly, weekly and daily pages. It has a 4.7 rating and comes with lots of extras. Apparently, some people have had issues with the print quality of the paper. As a Moleskine Grid girl, I don’t think it would work for me. But I it looks like a good option!
Subject Notebooks / Hardcover Executive Notebooks – Moleskine Classic, Large, Ruled, Black (5″ x 8.5″)
Love Moleskine. I know the paper isn’t great for fountain pens. But it’s been my go-to journal for years and when I tried to switch it doesn’t feel the same. I’m a sucker for my classics.
Paper Stencils – The Original Lettermate
Apparently, this is meant for addressing envelopes and making sure the lines are straight and evenly spaced. I just wing it or if I’m really serious I might use a ruler (nah, I’m never that serious!) I could see the benefit of this for spacing out your bullet journal lines. While you’re there, take a look at airbrush stencils that are “Sponsored Products Related.” Impressive!
Scrapbooking Pens & Markers – Tombow Dual Brush Pen Art Markers, Bright, 10-Pack
I understand this. If you are combining some hand lettering and color coding then the different tips would be useful. I used Tombow’s when I scrapbooked. They were a reliable brand with a nice range of colors. This set has 9 colors and a blender pen. With color names like process yellow and reflex blue – I have to add it to my wish list!
Drawing Pens – Sakura Pigma Micron Black , 6-Pack
Personally, I prefer Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pens. Again, back in my scrapbooking days, I used the Sakura Pigma pens and they were great. (Wow, the Faber-Castell were all the way down at #11…feeling bad about that!)
Self-Stick Note Pads – Redi-Tag Divider Sticky Notes, 4″x6″, 60 Notes, Assorted Neon Colors
It seems wrong that the best seller in Post-It notes isn’t a Post-It note. With the tab on these Redi-Tag Notes, your whole note doesn’t have to be sticking out the side. It gives a cleaner look than using just the square sized notes.
Rulers & Tape Measures – Westcott Stainless Steel Office Ruler, 6-inch
This is the perfect size to keep with your bullet journal. I have an 18-inch ruler and it is obnoxiously long. Also, I love the steel with the cork base. The wooden or plastic rulers often get pits along the edge to make them not-so-straight.
Fountain Pens – Pilot Metropolitan Black, Medium Nib
I love Pilot Metropolitans. I own 3 of them (2 fountain pens and 1 rollerball) But I only have the fine nibs. Maybe I’ll have to give the Medium a try!
Desk Calendar Indexes – Calendar Reminder Stickers
We’re talking about 1,050 stickers. 25 of those are dentist stickers. Those will last me 3 years (4 people x 2 appointments a year). But my favorite is the “call” sticker with the corded phone handset. I guess those are still around. All kidding aside, I think it’s a great price for useful stickers, if you are a sticker kind of bullet journal person.
Masking Tape – MT Washi Masking Tapes, Set of 20, Bright & Cool
Technically, these are the #6 seller in masking tape. But they are the highest ranked washi tape, which I felt needed to be listed for Bullet Journaling.
What Do You Think of These Bullet Journal Supplies?
Have you used any of these? Do you have favorites? Any other supplies I didn’t list? Let’s talk about it!