In today’s post, I am sharing my Wonder Woman bullet journal setup for February. I have also uploaded a video that you can follow along. Since it is the month of love, I thought I would dedicate this month’s setup to all of the amazing women in my life. They are the strongest, smartest, most inspirational people I know so I thought I would represent their strength and sophistication through Wonder Woman.
In keeping with my last post about planner stamping, I thought I would use stamps as much as possible throughout the layouts. As such, I have more tips and tricks to share with you.
But first, let’s talk about my favourite topic – Supplies!
Wonder Women Bullet Journal Supplies
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I use a variety of stamps throughout these layouts, particularly, stamp sets from smaller brands. Add in some of my go-to favourites, and I am very happy with how this turned out.
- Crayola Supertips (100 pack)
- Tombow Mono Drawing Pens (in 01, 03, and 05)
- The Sassy Club Sassy_Wonder stamp set
- Tim Holtz Distress Inks in Barn Door and Tumbled Glass
- Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool
- Journal This Now Star Background stencil
- Studio L2E Labels + Tabs Sentiments stamp set (discontinued)
- Studio L2E Simple Letters stamp set
- Tombow Fudenosuke hard tip brush pen
- Kanban Board printable
- Various washi
- Amy Tangerine large alphabet stamp set (discontinued)
- Feed Your Craft Daily Details stamp set (discontinued)
- Studio Calico 4 x 6 Good Times stamp set
Wonder Woman Tips and Tricks
- If you make a mistake that white-out can’t fix, just grab a page out of the back of your journal, cut a piece to the size you need, and glue it over top. I made one of my borders too thick and white-out wasn’t going to work when redoing the border. Using paper kept the visual aesthetic of my layout.
- I wanted to add more elements to my layout, particularly my “F” for February. So I masked off the area around the letter with sticky notes to make sure I didn’t get any ink on the rest of the page – just on the “F”.
- When using a highlighter, try to put the highlighter colour down first. This will ensure that your stamped word or your pen ink won’t smudge.
- If using stamps, you can stamp down on sticker paper to make your own stickers. This ensures your ink won’t bleed or ghost and it allows you to colour in with any medium of your choosing.
- Don’t be afraid to use your markers on your stamps when you are matching elements to your layouts. I ended up using some of my crayolas to add some coloured images to tie my layouts together.
- When your stamped image isn’t “completed” (you didn’t use enough pressure or there wasn’t enough ink on the stamp), you can go in with a black pen and add the missing elements in.
I hope you enjoyed this Wonder Woman bullet journal setup. This will be an ongoing theme throughout the month of February and I can’t wait to share more of my layout ideas with you. I have uploaded some printables for you including:
- Rapid Logging layout
- Self Care doodle challenge with prompts
- Self Care doodle challenge without prompts
- Blank self-care doodle prompt layout
If you like the dashboard I use at the beginning of my setup, this will be a free print to all of my newsletter subscribers, so make sure to join the list.
As always, if you have any comments or questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to me.