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Hi everyone, Mou here with a bullet journaling page using the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft PITT Artist Pens®: Journaling Art!


The PITT Artist Pens®: Journaling Art set includes

  • Three Pitt Artist Pens® -  India ink, permanent, lightfast and will not bleed through pages - perfect for writing, doodling, planning, even tracing and filling in designer stencils
  • One Textliner - water-based, ideal for highlighting important events and notes
  • Designer Stencils with all the daily icons you'll need to plan

The only other materials I used for this bullet journal page are white cardstock, pencil and a straight edge. I'll show you how I designed my own journal/planner page using this set. You could also use a planner or journal of your choice.


If you are designing your planner page, start at the very top. Trace the wavy banner using the PITT Artist pen COBALT GREEN 156 S-tip.


Use a straight edge to draw a light pencil line down the center of the page. Trace the mini square in the designer stencil, the dotted lines and the banner on both sides of the line as shown using the same COBALT GREEN pen.


Add decorative shadows to the traced elements using LEAF GREEN 112 B-Tip PITT pen.


Start entering the events, appointments, reminders and other important details to your planner page using the designer stencils and BLACK 199 S-tip PITT pen. Add decorative touches to fill up the rest of the page.


Use the neon straightliner to highlight the important entries on your page.


Start decorating the remainder of the page with doodles as shown. This is totally optional but you might find doodling quite relaxing!

I hope you'll try the PITT Artist Pens®: Journaling Art set.


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