My April bullet journal was inspired by my own January bullet journal as well as a client’s notebook. I stuck with a pink mosaic look with a spring touch. Keep reading to check out the layouts I used and my process for my spring pink mosaic stamped April bullet journal.
My April Set-up
Like usual, My set-up includes a hello page and monthly pages. I keep this relatively simple. So, the hello page for April is all stamped up with the exception of a row in the top half of the page. This row is sponged in the same ink color. Then, the lettering is done in white minimal calligraphy.
The weekly layouts are the same as in my March set-up. The blank space is filled with mosaic stamps in the pink color. There are sponged sections in the top where the header is. Again, the headers are written in white minimal cursive. There are then 7 columns for each day of the week. The columns are outlined in black. Further, each day of the week is written in a print font this month.
My April Process & Theme
For April my theme is magenta pink mosaic stamps, my bullet journal was inspired by both my January layout and a client’s journal. The use of stamps is what I pulled from my January plan-with-me and the chosen color, pink is what I pulled from a client’s journal. My theme and process for April were known halfway through March and I was so excited to complete my set-up.
When I was creating the layouts for the client, her colors were pink and yellow. I have two pink ink pads, however, one of them is more neon and did not match her notebook. So, I picked the new pink ink pad, which I had not used before. I fell in love immediately. This color is so bold and beautiful. It is a shade of pink that I enjoy personally and it looks so good.
Since I knew I wanted to use this pink color, the only real option was to use the stamps that I had used in my January plan-with-me. I wanted to switch it up at least a little, and I opted to re-order the stamps. Additionally, I wanted the hello page to be different. I decided to try to make the area with lettering solid ink. My ink pad does not hold enough ink for that, but I am really happy with the outcome. I will definitely need to get more of this ink.
- Sakura Pentouch Paint Markers
- Faber Castell PITT Artist Brush Pen – F, M
- Zebra Mildliner Pens
- Mosaic Tile Stamps
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