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Intro to Bullet Planning
April 12, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
In this class, we will go over the basics of how bullet planning works and how you can utilize this method to become a more productive and effective version of YOU in 2019 (while being creative and having fun)! With bullet planning, you get the benefit of fully customizing your written agenda to accommodate your personal needs, while also allowing the freedom of expression to channel your inner artist. Whether you are a skilled fine art creator or more of the stick figures with crayons sort, bullet planning allows you to create a system that works for you and your schedule with as much or as little flair as you choose.
You will receive a fine line felt-tip pen used by the pros, as well as one of our best-selling professional pencils by Blackwing. There will be lots of community supplies to use during class (washi tape, markers, etc.) and you are highly encouraged to bring any pens, markers, rulers, stickers, tape, and/or other art supplies that you’d like to use (but definitely NOT required!)
Because this is a starter course, we will be supplying loose leaf dot journal paper to practice on so you feel comfortable diving into a real bullet journal on your own at home. You are welcome to use your 20% workshop discount on journals we have in stock before or after the class.
As with all workshops at Paper Luxe, delicious refreshments will be served (including wine, beer, coffee, tea, sparkling water and snacks!) This is a wonderful workshop to do with friends or alone. Even if you decide bullet journaling may not be for you (highly unlikely :)), if you love crafts and getting organized, we’re pretty confident you’ll love the tips and tricks you’ll learn.
About Your Instructor:
Hello, All! My name is Khalia and I am a mother to 2 beautiful boys and wife to 1 amazing man! In 2016, I discovered the brilliance of bullet journaling and have been an ardent “BUJO” junky ever since! From the day I opened my first blank journal, I’ve been acquiring all sorts of crafting and scrapbooking supplies. Around roll #50 of my washi tape collection, I realized I needed a more efficient way to store my washi tape and other bullet journal supplies. After a bit of brainstorming, I came up with the idea for my washi tape organizer rack. After making one rack for myself, I loved it so much that I thought my fellow “junkies” might like it too. That is when CopperLuxeCo was born!