Bullet Journal Header Ideas With Highlighter

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Diving into the world of Bullet Journaling, you might wonder how to jazz up your pages without breaking the bank.

Look no further, my friends! The humble highlighter, often overlooked, holds the key to creating stunning and vibrant Bullet Journal title ideas.

It’s cheap, readily available, and surprisingly versatile. Header ideas with highlighter sounds simple, right? Well, it’s more than just underlining text.

With a little creativity, this everyday stationery item can transform your Bullet Journal headers into pieces of art. Let’s explore some inspiring ways to use highlighters in your Bullet Journal and make each page pop!

Before we dive in and I share with you some of my favorite finds of header ideas, I wanted to share something you can find at the end of the post.

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Also there, you’ll find more resources and inspirations on different title and header ideas, so be sure to scroll down.

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Stationery Recommendations

Yes, by now, you probably already have some highlighters in your collection and are looking for ways to use them. But the stationery world is vast, and in case you’re thinking of getting something else for creating beautiful headers, I’ve got you covered.

Here are a few of my favorite supplies for creating fun and colorful headers in my Bullet Journal:

  • Sakura Pigma Micron – a great set of highlighters that will allow you to draw the letters and build an amazing contrast with your color. The pack also comes with different nib sizes, so you can have more variety in your creations.
  • Tombow Fude Brush Pen – it’s a brush pen, but it’s also great for drawing, in case you’re not that comfortable with brush lettering yet.
  • Zebra Mildliner – these are my favorite highlighters. They come in beautiful colors, and they have a marker tip for some more detailed work.
  • Stabilo Boss Highlighters – especially the pastel ones, are classic, and the colors are beautiful!
  • Crayola Super Tips – these pens are wonderful because they are pretty affordable and come in so many colors. But also, you can use them as markers, as highlighters, and even for brush lettering!

With all supplies at the ready, let’s dive in!

Header Ideas With Highlighter

There is a plethora of ways to create stunning and eye-catching headers with highlighters.

From bold, block letters filled with radiant hues, to delicate, gradient calligraphy that adds a touch of elegance, there is so much you can do with a highlighter. And the best part? It's so easy that anyone can do it. Yes, even if you think you don't have a creative bone in your body!

So, buckle up, fellow Bullet Journal enthusiasts! I'm about to take you on a vibrant journey through the world of highlighter art. We'll explore together how this humble stationery item can transform your Bullet Journal headers from bland to grand.

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More Resources

Are you looking for some more inspirations for header and title ideas you can use for decorating your Bullet Journal?

Don’t worry; I’ve got you covered!

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>>> What kind of headers do you like using in your Bullet Journal? Share with us in the comments.

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