January Bullet Journal Setup - Vintage Stationery Theme
HAY, how art you? Are you ready for another year of bullet journaling? I am pretty excited to try out different themes, layouts and spreads this year! This is also my first year combining digital bullet journaling with a physical notebook and I am curious to see how this method pans out. For my first monthly setup of 2022, I went with a vintage stationery theme to match my 2022 bullet journal setup. Scroll down to take a look at my January bullet journal setup!
January Bullet Journal Video
Check out the following video to watch the setup process and plan with me!
2022 Bullet Journal setup – Supplies I used
Here is a list of supplies I used for the setup this month:
- Journal – Tittle&Jot
- Stationery clear stamp set
- Midnight black stamp pad
- Number stamp set
- Newspaper printed papers
- Kraft paper
- Vintage stationery stickers
- Pentel brush sign pen in pale brown
- Pentel brush sign pen in black
- Big alphabet stencil
- Small alphabet stencil – Muji
- Motex label maker
- Sakura pigma micron pen 08
- Motex label refills
January Bullet Journal – Cover Page
For the cover page, I made a faux envelope using a scrap piece of kraft paper and a button and string stamp. It turned out really cute, but I regretted not making a functional envelope which can be used to keep lists or scrap pieces of papers.
To create an asymmetrical look, I kept the page on the left emptier, and filled up the page on the right. The lovely quote is something I came across on Pinterest and I decided to letter it here. I also included a section to pen down three intentions for the month, which is a little different from the usual monthly goals or to-do list, which I will be writing in my digital Notion bullet journal. Lastly, I used my Motex label maker to create the label “clarity”, which is my word of the month.
January Bullet Journal – Weekly Spread
For my first weekly spread of January, I decided to use four pages to try out combining task logging and daily reflections. I used a vertical layout, and each day occupies about half a page. Since there is extra space on half of the first page, I used it to make a collage that includes stamps, stickers and various vintage papers.
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