Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Setting Up My Bullet Journal - Part 3 The Levenger Rings

One may create a bullet journal with any sort of notebook, spiral or three-ring. You could even purchase the coveted  Leuchtturm 1917, but it's $19 for 269 numbered, thread bound 5x8 pages. Ol' Myrt here would prefer the large 8.5 " x 11"  and I like the idea of a "ring" binder of sorts as there's a likelihood I'll "mess up" and want to rip out a page or two. This beautiful book just doesn't make sense to me. It would make me nervous, and that just stifles creativity if you ask me. So I've opted to:
  • Print my own bujo pages using 20 pound, bright white paper.
  • Use a Levenger hole punch. More about this in the next post.
  • Insert my custom printed bujo pages on my set of Levenger Rings.
I'm thinking you could do the same thing with a three-ring binder. Maybe I like the Levenger Rings because they are different, they are solid in the middle. This change represents my turning over a new leaf and all that.

IMAGE: Courtesy of Amazon

What are you planning to use for your bujo?


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