2021 BuJo – June theme

New month, new bullet journal theme. I chose the PB delight stamp because it is just that, delightful. I also tried colouring with markers, just colouring no water blending! The journal pages are very smooth and a decent weight but nothing like watercolour paper so I’ve been hesitant to do much blending with water. I used Staedtler brush pens which are water-based ink and coloured the flowers and leaves as minimally as possible.

The red tended to go through the paper a bit but only where I had layered ink over ink. I stamped the image first in Gina K obsidian amalgam ink which doesn’t bleed when water based ink touches it. Stamping without a stamp positioner is not something I do very often any more, it was a bit nerve wracking but it worked ok. I didn’t put the stamp on an acrylic block, I just pressed it down with my hand, that way I could apply pressure to the whole stamp bit by bit.

For the wish & to do list I just stamped in Papertrey ‘new leaf’ ink and repeated the butterflies for list items. By the way for the first time this year I completed all items my wish & to do list in May! Of course the big item was launching the new online course but there were birthday cards made and sent on time which is rather surprising for me!

I used ‘new leaf’ ink again on the calendar page along with a pilot fineliner for the grid, a micron pen for the days of the week and staedtler brush pens for the shadows over the letters.

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3 Comments on “2021 BuJo – June theme”

  1. nancystiz says:

    Your pages are just beautiful. I always admire your calligraphy and perfectly drawn calendar as well as your impeccable coloring! What a lovely keepsake you will have.

  2. Lynn Leduc says:

    Heather l cannot seem to get into supplies and lessons. I wonder if you had this question. I am getting very frustrated and l am sure it is something as l am not a techie. Can you help me.

  3. […] I did the last two months I used markers to colour the flowers and butterflies; I am still new to (non-blended) colouring […]


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