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Bullet Journal March Set Up | Blog Post by Connie

Seriously cannot believe it’s almost March already! 2019 is moving fast, and if you live a busy life style, keeping an organised planner is a must to ensure your goals are reached and tasks are done! Last year, I took up bullet journaling and it has been part of my life since. For those of you who have no idea what it is- bullet journal (bujo) is an analogue journaling system originally developed by Ryder Carroll. It is a system that combines to do lists, a notebook, diary and sketchbook all in one. I enjoyed its practicality and also the flexibility of designing your own layout. And if you love drawing and illustration like me, bullet journaling is a joy...

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New Practice – Brush Lettering | Blog Post by Kenry

Not long ago, I received two amazing books – Pooi- Chin – Love for Journal: The ultimate mystery of stationery (Pooi Chin, 2018) and One Day One Page (Nudobamnamoo, 2018) and am totally in love with both of them. There are so many good tips and useful information about journaling, decorating and creating. And… the most surprising part to me must be the practice pages for brush lettering! I’ve been “stalking” nudobamnamoo’s instagram for quite some time and I’m especially interested in her brush lettering style which she adopted in her midori’s diary. And here comes the golden chance for me to self-learn and practice with the Tomoe River Paper Pad from this month’s box. ☺ Starting with “Monday, Tuesday,...

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Snail Mail and Wrapping Inspiration | Blog Post by Yoojin

The new year has begun and one month is already over! Have you made any resolutions for 2019? Or any guideline, word, or motto you want to follow this year?  I don’t make resolutions, but continuing my snail mail journey will be a big part of this year for sure! So in this blog post I would love to share more inspiration for snail mailing and wrapping. Because January’s box fits right into it! :)  This month’s box was so amazing, it’s impossible to chose a favorite item! I love to journal about the TSS boxes each month and use every item or draw what I’ve got to create a little collage.      I always love to receive letter...

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