Thank you for coming to my 2022 Creative Journaling Workshop! A special thanks to Craftcation for gathering some great partners to sponsor the workshops, and to Sakura of America for providing the pens!
Just a few things. Below you will find the full resource list we went over in class, as well as links below to where to find those items. At the bottom of the list is a sign-up to join my bobo posse so if you are not yet on the list, be sure to sign up!
Below are the images from the workshop, as well as links below that to where you can find all the items we used in the class!
For documenting new travel and experiences (this is the journal I used during the class) Wanderlust Passport
Archer and Olive (thick pages- great for writing, drawing, and event painting in)
Calendar Style Journaling and Planning
MY FAVORITE PENS
Absolute Must-Haves for when I travel:
Tombow Monoline Pen (black ink for writing)
Sakura Micron (black ink for writing- alcohol based)
Gelly Pens (I love using the white as a way to add accents to my lettering or use as a white out)
Fun Fine point brush pens- great for lettering, drawing, and writing
Other Nice to have Pens
Zebra Mildliners- great to add color or use as a highlighter
[Dot Pens](https://bobodesignstudio.com/products/kuretake-dot-pen-set?) (great for using in bullet journals or tracking goals) Also comes in a [metallic dot pen!](https://bobodesignstudio.com/products/kuretake-zig-clean-colour-dot-metallic-6-colors?)
Crayola Markers (i like these "Super Tips" styles that are fine point and chisel. Great for drawing, doodling, and even hand lettering!)
My Favorite Tools:
Staple Board- for making your own journal
Bullet Journal Ruler- stencil and ruler
Tombow Double sided Tape (for easily taping things into your journal)
Instax Portable Printer: For printing from your camera roll. You can also reference this blog post where I review some other ones. The links here might be out of date, but you can also search in amazon by title, or wait for my updated review schedule to drop in January!
Washi Tape (here is an assorted selection from my collection)