Printables

Customize your bullet journal or planner with Line Unfolding printables!

I’m so happy to offer printables to all of you! I love creating #tinycalendars, bookmarks, hand-lettered quotes, and more for you to print out and include in your own bujo.

I am thrilled to offer these printables to you for free! If you’d like to support my work, please consider signing up for 2 free months of Skillshare (an amazing trove of online classes to support your creative practice!) using my affiliate link. You can also use my Amazon shop the next time you’re stocking up on journaling tools. Using these affiliate links to sign up for Skillshare or purchase through Amazon sends a bit of money my way to upkeep this site, and helps me devote time and creativity to sharing with you!


Jan-Feb 2020 Bookmark Printable

Print and cut out this two-month “tiny calendar” printable! Write your own text on the gray tab (for example, I like Today or This Week), and keep notes, reminders, quotes, or goals on the lined area.


Future Log 2020

Download a 2020 Future Log spread you can put in your own journal! (This download is for the full page version; for the two-page spread, visit this blog post.)


Cursive Practice Sheet + Reference

Practice your tiny handwriting with this cursive practice sheet (complete with letters to trace!) and reference.


Printable Tips

I scan and optimize all my printables straight from my own notebooks, so they have an intentionally hand-drawn effect! I want it to feel like I’ve ripped the page right out of my own notes to give to you to try.

I usually work on B5 or A5 size paper to get that nice tiny text effect, but the PDFs will print initially at 8.5 x 11″. I’ve left it this way on purpose so that it’s easy to print out! If you want it smaller or larger to include in your own journal, play with the scale at which your printer will print out the PDF (this can usually be found under “More Settings”). This way, you can print it out at any size you like, from a normal 8.5 x 11″ sheet to smaller or larger. That way you can customize the pages to your personal journal size or preference.

One more note: Because I scan these right from my own notebooks (not create them in Photoshop or Procreate), they might not look as “crisp” or font-like as other printables. I hope you like the hand-drawn feel as much as I do!

I hope you have fun with these printables! Please feel free to DM me on Instagram if you have any ideas for future printables you’d like to see!