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Let me just say it. I’ve wanted a Hobonichi Weeks Planner since last year even though I don’t need another planner. Seriously, I don’t. Plus, if I did use another planner, it wouldn’t be a book bound system (NOT A FAN).
Knowing that I didn’t need one (and the price point) really stopped me from getting one. However, when I saw one on Amazon for $10, I knew I had to get it. Mind you, it was dated for 2019, but that didn’t bother me. Like I said, I didn’t need another planner.
What I was interested in was the Tomoe river paper and how it can be used with marker, pens, and watercolors. Yup, I wanted to make an art journal with it. I also picked up some Koi Watercolors and Kuretake Gansai pans as well (love them!).
In this Hobonichi Weeks Art Journal video, I was inspired to create by Johanna Basford’s Inky Wonderland book I also picked up from Amazon. I love her work and I love the vibe of this book. Leave me a comment on my YouTube video and let me know what you think!