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Playing with 3mm dot grid!

I recently got my hands on some 3mm dot grid paper to try out! This paper has a dot grid where each dot is 3 millimeters from its neighbors, unlike “regular” dot grid paper that you find in most bullet journals, where the dots are 5mm apart. Here’s a comparison of my writing on the 3mm paper on the left versus on the 5mm paper on the right:

I tried skipping lines and writing in various sizes and fonts to see what would look best. I also tested tombow fudenosuke brush pens, pilot parallel (calligraphy) pens (which feather upon close inspection, fairly unsurprising), and Zebra Mildliners. The paper in this notebook made the Mildliners smudge writing underneath more easily than I was used to, and I had to wait a really long time between writing and highlighting to avoid smudging. Here’s the full test sheet:

I got a Fabriano A4 3mm dot grid notebook, in purple, which you can see in an earlier photoset of mine. The notebook comes with 90 sheets of 85 gsm bright white paper, and it’s bound like a pad of paper with a thin layer of glue from which the pages easily detach. Fabriano makes notebooks in A4 and A5 sizes, with dot, grid, line, and blank pages, either wirebound or bound the way mine is, in a range of solid colors, with soft covers. These are only the notebooks of theirs that I’ve seen, and I haven’t been to their website or gone digging.

I think after playing with this paper, I am much more open to getting a Clever Fox notebook or a different 3mm dot grid notebook for my next bullet journal, especially knowing how much more flexibility I’ll have with spreads if I have a ton of dots on a single page. (I found some pics of Clever Fox bullet journals and counted 29 x 48 dots to a page, as opposed to the 26 x 38 dots in my current and previous bujos.) I copied a bit of a daily, and a mini calendar, onto the 3mm paper to compare with my current situation:

Overall impressions of 3mm dot grid are very positive, and I’m trying to brainstorm more ways to use the rest of this giant notebook I now have. I hope that this was helpful to anyone who may be looking to try different dot grids, I’ve never been able to find much info online! Please ask me any questions you have and I’ll be happy to test and answer them for you.

Have a warm, cozy evening!