Do you love your bullet journal but sometimes feel overwhelmed by how much time it takes to make your layouts? Check out these bullet journaling stencils that help you to create layouts quickly and accurately.
1. The Tidy Slider
If you use a horizontal weekly layout, this is the stencil for you. The Tidy Slider has a vertical slit for you to slip pages into to anchor it in place. The exposed portion of the stencil is wide enough to make the standard six column horizontal weekly spread. The stencil also has notches to create a one box gutter between the columns, horizontal guide marks to create half columns and perfectly sized task boxes.
Want to see The Tidy Slider in action? Check this out:
2. The Super Slider
Do you use a vertical weekly layout? The Super Slider will make your vertical weekly layout in short order. It has a slit in its center for you to slip your page through. The right half of the stencil is perfectly sized to make a vertical line down the exact center of your page. That's right - no more measuring or counting because it's all measured for you. The stencil also hosts a horizontal line of the perfect length to pen the daily horizontal sections.
The Super Slider also features a 1x1 grid task box, a 2x2 grid tracker box, a 7x8 mini calendar box, a water cup for tracking fluids, a 4x4 box for habit tracking, and several corner cuts for the date.
The Field Notes Super Slider performs the same functions in a FN journal.
Check out how easy your weekly layout could be:
3. Diagonal Triangle Weekly Stencil
Do you love the look of those minimalist, diagonal layouts but shy away from them because they are hard to make? . The Diagonal Triangle Weekly Stencil makes this layout easy to make.
This triangular stencil hosts perfectly measured angles and notches that create evenly spaced diagonal columns. You can make them all go the same direction or create a chevron pattern. There are notches on the triangle to mark exactly where you start and stop.
You can also make a large triangle layout with this stencil. Once again, the notches guide you so you create a perfect sized triangle that repeats the perfect number of times on the A5 bullet journal page.
Watch how easy this spread is to make:
4. Moxie Journal Rule
Are you looking for an all around functional tool? This one can be used to make all layouts.
The Moxie Journal Rule is a straight edge, a ruler, a column and row measure, a bookmark, and likely to be one of the most useful planner accessories you own. It is made of flexible, durable, plastic, with 5mm increments printed on both edges that perfectly align with a standard 5mm grid. You can easily and quickly divide your page into 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 equal columns or rows.
Watch this tool in action:
5. Composition Notebook Stencil
Looking for a way to get straight to it and bullet journal on a budget? This cleverly designed stencil does it all.
The Composition Notebook Journal Stencil turns an ordinary, inexpensive college ruled composition book into a bullet journal planner. Use it to create yearly, monthly and weekly spreads.
The stencil includes 30 perfectly placed tick boxes, rectangles for weekly dates, and pen guides for one third page monthly column dividers. The stencil itself is just wide enough to create the dutch door fold over task area that allows you to see both your monthly and weekly spreads at the same time.
Find out how to use this stencil here:
6. Time Spiral Stencil
This stencil is a must for those who track their time.
The Time Spiral Stencil is comprised of three essential elements for daily time tracking. The Time Spiral tracks 24 hours per day. The Timeline tracks up to 18 hours per day in a vertical, or linear, format. The stencil also hosts time keeping icons such as awake, asleep, start, stop, meeting, a pin, and a pencil.
7. Student Note Taking Stencil
Do you take notes for classes, training, or business meetings? Are you looking for a consistent, logical, tested layout to organize information? The Student Note Taking Stencil was inspired by the Cornell Notes method of note-taking and proves to be the structure that many need but have difficulty creating.
Learn more here:
8. Budget Tracker Stencil
Want to create a budget spread but need help with the structure?
This cleverly designed Budget Tracker Stencil assists you in creating budget and savings layouts. In addition to the 9 budget elements on the stencil, the stencil itself is perfectly shaped and sized to make budgeting spreads.
The tabbed top of the stencil creates a perfect monthly row. The stencil is perfectly sized to make rows and columns you need to pen a concise, accurate layout. Use the tab elements to capture the totals, gather lists of reoccurring expenses, or document due dates.
Watch this to learn how to make an all encompassing budget layout:
9. Monthly Calendar Tracing Card
Set up your monthly calendar with ease.
This Monthly Calendar Tracing Card is used for penning a monthly calendar. Slip this vinyl tracing card behind your page and trace your calendar. The lines fit perfectly on grid and dots journals. The card is double sided - left page of spread on one side, right side of spread on the back.
Watch how easy this process can be:
10. Compass Protractor
Do you like those circle dailies, monthlies, trackers, intention wheels, mood mandalas, etc. but can't for the life of you get all of the circles to fit nicely to your journal grid and sections drawn just right? The Compass Protractor is for you.
It's three tools - a compass, a protractor, and a straight-edge. This stencil makes concentric circles from 5mm to 120mm in diameter. It also measures out segments, sections, or "pie pieces" every 11.25 degrees, which means it divides a circle into 2 to 32 equal segments, perfect for making monthlies, dailies, and mandalas.
Here is one of the multitude of ways this stencil can be used:
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