New Year, New Analog System!

New Year, New Analog System!

Hello Friends!

Happy New Year!

It's the start of new planners and journals with pages full of blank spaces. Whether you're bullet journaling, using a dated or undated planner, I hope you're able to get the most out of your analog system this year.
This year I'm using a Hobonichi A6 original, Hobonichi Weeks, and a Traveler's Notebook, so staying organized and having helpful tools by my side will keep me on track! 
I'd love to share with you my favorite accessories and tools to use when I'm creating a spread, jotting down ideas, or making plans. I hope it inspires some creativity or invites you to enjoy your writing system(s) even more!


Sailor Shikiori Dual Tip Markers
Sailor Shikiori markers are crafted to represent the colors of the seasons. Use different colors as the seasons change throughout the year! With one end a brush and one a fine tip, it's an incredibly versatile marker. 


Vintage Sarasa Clip Gel Pen
If you were to come into the shop and ask me my favorite pen, I would immediately direct you to the Vintage Sarasa Clip pens! Their ink color is the same as the body, and the colors show up on the paper vividly! They are beautiful retro colors, and have a comfortable body, perfect for every day use. 



Sticker Sheets
Stickers give me the opportunity to add a colorful touch to any page! From birds to coffee, there's a sticker sheet for everyone! Use them to mark achievements, birthdays, etc! Click the image to see which are available.


Washi Tape
Use washi tape to spruce up your pages and enhance your ideas! There's different styles and types, from plain colors to themed washi. Explore more by clicking on the image!


Midori Pickable Sticky Notes
Make a small mistake, have a need to trace something, or want to add some extra notes on the same page? These pickable sticky notes include 3 different designs: plain, kraft, and tracing paper!


These are a handful of my favorite tools, and I hope you found it useful!
I hope you're having a wonderful start to your new year.
Happy writing!

Claire from Paper Plant Co.

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