Thursday, December 29, 2016

Setting Up My Bullet Journal - Part 8 Cover and Divider Tabs


DearREADERS,After mentioning the tabbed sticky  notes in my previous post, you are probably wondering about the cover and divider tabs Ol' Myrt found for her bullet journal.

I chose the Levenger Translucent Circa Covers, Letter Size- Set of 2 (ADS4285 LTR) from Amazon shown above. I wanted an inspiring graphic for my cover but didn't want to deal with sticky adhesives that might come loose over the next few months. I found an image I liked, and used PhotoShop to enlarge it to letter size. I think the result is marvelous, if I do say so myself.


Given this color palette, I was happy to find this translucent, pale-colored set of  Levenger Circa Wafer Tab Dividers (ADS8440 LTR). I haven't yet printed the stickers for the tabs. Here's how my bullet journal is arranged:
  • Translucent front cover
  • Cover design print out (embellished heart design above)
  • Pale turquoise blue divider tab
  • Index pages (Doris and I decided, it's really more of a table of contents, but we're going with the term "index" since that is what Ryder, the Bullet Journal guru calls it)
  • Next divider tab (pale fern green)
  • Important notes (setting up new hangouts is there now)
  • Next divider tab (pale blue)
  • January 2017 calendar page
  • About 100 blank, lined pages
  • Next divider tab (pale gray)
  • About 10 blank, lined pages (for a special project)
  • The rest of the divider tabs (I may need them later)
  • Feb-Dec 2017 Calendar pages
  • Translucent back cover
Are you planning to use divider tabs in your bujo?

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