Reviewing my new notebook for bullet journaling. I review what bullet journal didn’t work for me and my latest dot grid journal that seems to have amazing potential.
When I wanted to start my bullet journal, I got the Scribbles That Matter journal. It had many positive attributes to it, but when I used some of my Tombow markers, the ghosting or bleed-through was just too much for me.
I don’t have the best drawing or doodling talent so I like to stamp my images. I was especially excited to stamp in my bullet journal. That way, my craft supplies can have dual purpose.
When I received my new Canvo journal, I loved multiple elements of it. You can watch my review below or on Youtube.
The pages are bright white so when I color, I can see the true colors on my pages.
The thicker pages have virtually no ghosting with any of the water-based pens and markers in my craft room. Most of my dye inks have no ghosting either.
The spiral spine allows for the journal to lay flat. And I love how I can fold over one side to work on wide at a time if I have limited space or I want to work on my lap.
This size is a normal size for most planners out there. It’s a tiny big bigger than most journals.
So far, I’ve found that I can blend ink and stamp in this journal with minimal ghosting.
You can try this new journal (especially the bundle) HERE.
Other supplies I recommend with this new bullet journal:
Black Brush Pens
Colored Brush Pens