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Bullet Journaling Pockets, Folders, and More

Posted on November 25 2019

Bullet Journaling Pockets, Folders, and More

 

Creating secret compartments, dutch doors, and tiny pockets for your journals can be intriguing but a bit puzzling at the same time. Faber-Castell USA and I wanted to share some examples of not only how to make them, but how to utilize them! Creative planning is so rewarding and fun, but the main reason I enjoy it is because I like to make something functional as well!

Bullet Journal Pockets

Here, you can see 6 examples of how to use these in your own journals and planners! They can be a bit difficult to master at first, so instead of taking you step by step, I thought it best to create a new kind of printable this week - a printable of templates to make these for your own planners! You can download it for free HERE!

Bullet Journal Pockets

You can re-size them as needed, but these basic shapes will help you add all sorts of fun

Bullet Journal Pockets

to your pages! Attach them with a glue stick, adhesive roller, or even washi tape if you'd like. Then decorate them with your favorite Faber-Castell supplies!

Bullet Journal Pockets

Thank you so much - I hope you enjoy! Keep creating!

Artist Biography - Nicole Barlettano - @plansthatblossom

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