Making a Bullet Journal from Scratch

I am trying out a Paper pack I saw on Amazon, Canson 90 Pound Watercolor paper (see Supplies listed below) to make another Bullet Journal. I used some of my other Sketch/Notebooks I made previously, but they seemed really bulky because of the heavy Watercolor paper. I wanted to see if I could find a little thinner paper that could still take some Watercolor and most of the Markers I use--no luck so far, any of the papers I tried can't take Copic Markers without heavy bleed-through 🙁  This is a pretty long post, as I try to include pictures of the steps to complete this project. There is a lot more detail that can be covered, but there is so much already published on this that I just included links to references I use myself. The completed Journal The first thing I do is cut the paper down to the correct size. I don't want to do too much calculating and I also want to make it easy to print my dots and my Laser Printer doesn't take anything larger than normal Letter Size (8.

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