My BuJo Supplies

aka the time I spent too much money on stationery

Let’s start with my fineliners:

Pilot Hi-Techpoint 05 in Green, Blue and Black

Staedtler Pigment Liner .5 in Black

Prismacolor Premier Fine Line Marker 05 in Green

When I picked up these fineliners my only criteria was the nib and colour. But, now that I’ve used them often enough to form an actual opinion, I love the smoothness of the Prismacolor above the Pilot. The Staedtler falls somewhere in between the two. Bleeding is not an issue with these pens but make sure the ink is dry as they are all prone to smudging.

My Gels:

Pointer Glitter Gel Pen (0.8) in assorted colours

Staedtler Gel Roller Classic (0.4) in Orange (this one is so old that I doubt they even make these anymore.)

Sakura Gelly Roll (08) in White

Pilot G-2 Retractable Premium Gel Ink Roller (10) in Burgundy

Pilot G-1 (0.7) in Silver and Gold

These are a must have staple for me. They help me add that pop of colour without the commitment of a marker and give juicier letters than possible with a fineliner.

My Brush Pens (which make me so happy ^_^)

Tombow Dual Brush Pens Pastel Palette

Prismacolor Premier Brush Tip Marker in Sepia

Not pictured: Studio 71 Dual Tip Marker in Denim (Shade number B4). You can see what this one looks like in the Markers photo below.

I use markers OFTEN so, despite the ridiculous price of these products where I’m from, I think they’re worth it. I get my money’s worth.

Other Pens

Maped Automatic Mechanical Pencil (0.5)

Faber Castell HB Pencil

Pilot Better BallPoint Stick Pen Fine (0.7) in Pink and Violet

PaperMate InkJoy Ball Point (1) in Red

I don’t think I need to explain these, do I?

Assorted Markers

Sargent Art Liquid Metals Metallic Marker (medium point) in Assorted Colours

Sharpie Fine Point Permanent Marker in Purple

Pilot Sign Pen (medium) in Black

Emraw Point Liner Liquid Highlighter in Purple (chisel tip)

Mr. Sketch Scented Marker in Assorted Colours (chisel tip)

I cannot remember the brand of the highlighter but…I mean, it’s a highlighter. Not named is the Studio 71 marker mentioned in the Brush Pens section.

Unfortunately some of the metallic markers were dry right out of the package which is really frustrating, but the ones that do work are so beautiful to look at that it ALMOST makes up for the dry ones.


Milan Triangular Ergo Grip Coloured Pencils

Meh, they do their job. I’m on the lookout for the watercolour pencils but at a price that won’t break the bank.

Are you a BuJo-er? If so, what are your staples?

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