Notebook Pages: February Daily Text Challenge

My notebook pages with the daily text notes from the February challenge.

Last updated on May 7th, 2024 at 06:27 pm

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I am sharing with you my notebook pages from the February Daily Text Challenge. I have found journaling daily text to be a great way to slow down and meditate on it better. I hope that by sharing my pages, I can inspire you to start journaling your daily text as well.

In addition to the notebook pages, I am also sharing links to some of my favourite tools that I used for this challenge. These include pens, highlighters, stickers, and other stationery items that helped me make my pages more colourful and visually appealing.

A mini printer – my recent discovery, that has completely blown me away! It’s worth every penny of my investment. You can turn your photos and texts into stickers with this device and print them directly from your phone or tablet – it’s incredibly user-friendly! I just can’t stop raving about it. In fact, I’m planning to write a detailed review soon, so keep an eye out for it. (printed the bests with it).

Dried flowers are a wonderful addition to journaling and a lovely way to incorporate natural elements into your projects and add a touch of whimsy. They have a unique and special quality that makes them fun to use. I like to use them sparingly, as I find they add a delicate touch without overwhelming the overall design.

Dot stickers everywhere! They are so much fun to use and come in great quantities and a wide range of colors. I personally love to use them for journaling but they can be helpful for labeling items, color-coding notes, organizing your schedule, or marking important dates on your calendar.

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Posca pen. Although I don’t use them as much as I used to, I still like to come back and use them once in a while. The best thing about them is that they can be used on a variety of surfaces, including paper, wood, plastic and more. Plus, they come in a wide range of colours and tip sizes. One of the things that I absolutely love about the Posca pen is how vibrant and bold the colours are, making them really stand out on the page. They’re a high-quality, versatile, and fun tool to have in your journaling toolkit!.