Another way to add storage to your Bullet Journal with custom washi tape is by creating a small pocket. Those are great to keep your stickers or maybe some random notes.
There are a few ways you can do it, depending on how many things you want to store inside
First, you can just take a piece of paper and tape it from three sides to your Bullet Journal pages. This is a simple solution, but you probably won’t be able to put there as many things.
Another way is to create a little pocket. Take a rectangle piece of paper and fold it on three sides, each flap should be half an inch wide.
Cut out the two corners between the vertical and horizontal flaps.
To add the pocket to your bujo page stick half of the washi tape piece to each flap. Then just stick the whole pocket on your page.
Bullet Journal Key Flap
This is the trick I used on my last Bullet Journal. Having a key on a flap is extremely useful, especially for beginners.
(if you are a beginner, check my The Ultimate Guide To Bullet Journaling For Beginners)
If you’re just getting used to the signifiers system, or maybe you added some new, or maybe you’re trying out color cording – having a key flap is a lifesaver.
You won’t need to flip all the way back to the first page of your journal – just flip out the key and you’re golden. With the flap, it’s always in front of your eyes when you need it.
It’s pretty easy to do it as well. Take a piece of paper and write your key there, try to center everything on the left or right, depending on which side of the notebook you’ll be adding it.
Then fold the paper and align it to your Bullet Journal cover. Finally, stick it with some custom washi tape.
To make sure it’s more stable, I’d recommend making the flap that attaches to the cover to be pretty large. In my case, it was the same size as the part with my key.
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