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200+ Bujo Fonts You Need To Try

200+ Bujo Fonts You Need To Try

Do you get bored because you use the same handwriting and fonts over and over again in your bullet journal?

It’s time for an imagination injection!

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I’ve rounded up 6 fun to watch videos packed with more than 200 font ideas.

That’s a lot of handwriting for you to test out!

Use them as inspiration to put a creative twist on your bullet journal handwriting.

For all of these fonts, you only need a few pens, pencils, and markers to create amazing handwriting.

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Tip: The video goes fast so I pause it and take screenshots when I want to duplicate a style.

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