Bullet Journaling Pockets, Folders, and More
Posted on November 25 2019
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!
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!
You can re-size them as needed, but these basic shapes will help you add all sorts of fun
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!
Thank you so much - I hope you enjoy! Keep creating!