11 Terrific Supplies Under $10 To Hack Your Bullet Journal

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Bullet Journal supplies can definitely be game-changing when it comes to creating beautiful pages in half the time.

I’ve scoured the internet and have come up with some of the best supplies that won’t break the bank and, at the same time, will help you create the most stunning BuJo pages.

It turns out that you don’t have to be a stationery enthusiast with a seemingly bottomless budget in order to hack your Bullet Journal. I promise that these 11 terrific supplies under $10 will give your creative pages a makeover in no time at all!

The general concept is that Bullet Journaling takes a lot of time and effort, and that scares away people from even giving it a chance. The truth is, it can. But only if you choose to.

If you don’t, however, there are other ways to journal without spending hours and hours on each spread. And you’ll still get beautiful spreads to enjoy your planning.

I’m here today to share with you 11 Bullet Journal supplies under 10$ that you’ll not feel sorry about buying! These tools will help you create beautiful Bullet Journal spreads half the time! 

And be sure to scroll until the end to get a free Ultimate Guide To Bullet Journal Supplies.

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Terrific Bullet Journal Supplies Under $10

You'll definitely be surprised how many amazing supplies you can get for less than $10!

Let's dive in.

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  1. Have started my first bullet journal and find I go back to just writing as not used to bullet journalling. Fun though but get frustrated with not being able to draw . I love to doodle though. How do you know what pens to start off with as there are so many? Also some Christian bullet themes would be great. That’s what I am creating. A Bible Journal and cannot draw good. Any good tips?
    Thanks, debby

    1. Hello Debby!

      Yes, I know what you mean with doodling and just going back to writing. It takes some time to get used to BuJo and establish this new habit. Doodling can be frustrating, especially when you’re just starting. Used to drive me mad!

      As for pens, I would start with just a simple set of good fineliners. Among some of the brands are Sakura Micron, Staedtler, Faber Castell or, of course, Tombow. To be honest most of the ones on the market are pretty good. Personally, I use Staedtler, Sakura Pigma, and Kuretake since these are the ones easily available here.

      I never actually did anything like Bible journaling, it sounds interesting! I’ll research and see if it’s something I could write about.

      Thank you very much for your comment and have a wonderful day!


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