Are you active on several social media platforms? If yes, then you need a tracker so you can analyze what's going on especially if you want to grow your followers.
If you are active on Pinterest, you need a Pinterest Tracker! This tracker is inspired by the Walk of Fame but you can freely design yours to suit your needs for your other social media engagements.
How to Create a Pinterest Tracker for your Bullet Journal
Drawing your Pinterest Tracker is not that hard. You can finish it in less than 10 minutes. In this tutorial, I will show you step by step how to do it. Also, you can always click on the links and you automatically go to that specific step in the video.
You will need these few materials for this tutorial, if you want to draw the tracker yourself:
I also have the ready-made Pinterest Tracker for you in our Planner Buddy Club!
Print it as often as you like for your Bullet Journal or add it to your Digital Planner - I've included all necessary files - JPG, PNG and PDF.
Add a Black Washi Tape
If you are following my tutorials, you might have noticed that I also used this technique for the Things to Check Out Spread for your Bullet Journal and the Motivational Tracker for your Bullet Journal: I can, I do, I will, I’ve done. If you are interested, you can check these tutorials anytime.
Decorating your spread with washi tape will make it more personalized. To do this, just cut a piece of black washi tape and stick it on the top of your page. The length should be perfect for you "Pinterest' heading.
Write the "Pinterest" Heading
After that, write "TRACKER" under the washi tape. Then, use your white Sharpie or metallic marker to write "Pinterest" over the black washi tape. You'll surely notice the perfect contrast.
You can also peel off the washi tape if you are not happy with the result of your first attempt to write the heading. That's the beauty of using a Washi Tape stripe here.
If you want to make the word "TRACKER" standout, you can use your Tombow dual brush pen to make it bold. But you can leave out this step if you don't want to.
Draw the Stars
Here, I draw rounded-corners stars for my Pinterest Tracker, but you can draw any style of star, or any shape you want for your tracker, that's totally up to you.
Make a Starry Pathway
In this step, use your Micron fineliner to draw tiny stars to connect the bigger ones. And, also, you can draw as many stars as you want for your Pinterest Tracker.
Colour the Stars
Colour your stars with a light shade using your Tombow dual brush pen. You can go over it once again if you want a darker effect.
Label the Stars
Label your Pinterest Tracker. Write "Date" and "Followers" beside each big star.
Use the spread to monitor your Pinterest followers or use this as an inspiration to track your other social media followers.
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