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Spring Bullet Journal Ideas Galore
Spring is a wonderful time of year, and not just because winter is (FINALLY) over. Flowers are blooming, everybody is busy cleaning their homes, and artistic inspiration is aplenty. Including in your bullet journals!!
There is literally no shortage of amazing ideas when it comes to creating beautiful layouts of the season of new beginnings.
If you are ready to prep your bullet journal for spring, you’ll find all the inspiration and ideas you need to make beautiful layouts. Whether it’s a floral cover page, Easter-themed weekly spread, or a spring cleaning tracker, you have tons of awesome resources in one place to prettify your bullet journal.
Spring Bullet Journal Cover Pages
The cover page is probably one of my very favorite monthly pages to make in my bullet journal. Why? Well, it definitely serves a purpose by marking the beginning of a new month! Beyond that, however, you can decorate it in any way you see fit! Spring is the perfect season for flowers, bugs, clouds, and rainbows to adorn your cover pages.
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This splendid April cover page just screams ‘Spring’ with all the beautiful and bright floral doodles. Even if you don’t want to use this for a cover page, the flowers alone would be beautiful additions to any spread. If you aren’t great at doodles, some simple floral stickers would be a perfect addition as well!
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Who said spring had to be in color? This perfect black and white spring bullet journal cover page includes whimsical doodles of both flowers and bees. I absolutely love that the cover page is welcoming the entire season!
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I’m apparently a sucker for beautiful flowers, but I can’t help it! Flowers are one of my favorite parts of spring. One of the best parts of watercolor flowers is you can be super abstract. You could paint different flowers, use different colors, and easily change the size or shape of the wreath! This spread also includes the monthly calendar below the wreath.
Image Credit: @heartistic.jess
Another amazing monthly spread for Spring! Simple doodles, fun lettering, and spring colors make for an awesome cover page.
If you aren’t good at drawing, you aren’t alone! Flowers can be tricky to draw. While I included some tutorials farther down in this article, this amazing cover page is adorned with floral stickers from Pipsticks! They offer subscription packs for both kids and adults. Use the coupon code ‘MINDFULLY20’ to get 20% off your first monthly subscription pack! Click here to see what they have to offer.
Spring Bullet Journal Monthly Spreads
Monthly spreads start to get a bit more structured in the bullet journal, usually containing calendars, trackers, collections, and other helpful pages (you can read more about how to set up the perfect monthly layout in your bullet journal here!). However, just because it’s structured doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful and fun. Check out these awesome spreads!
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Now we’re deviating into entirely new theme categories… fruit! This epic monthly layout includes both a beautiful cover page and a monthly calendar overview! While this monthly calendar doesn’t follow the typical layout, it’s certainly much fewer lines and boxes to draw overall. Who doesn’t love a unique spread?
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More new themes introduced here with some cute, anthropomorphic animals!!! Awww, and they are gardening, too! What I love about this particular spring bullet journal monthly layout is that it also isn’t too difficult to implement; it’s a very abstract calendar format. They’ve also added a goal list for the month on the side to make for more optimal use of the space.
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I love this unconventional monthly calendar with this cute weather theme. The raindrop hearts are certainly a nice touch! Plus, this layout looks super easy to replicate in your bullet journal.
Spring Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts
The multi-colored clouds are so unique and beautiful. It’s the perfect mix of spring weather, combining both rain and rainbows.
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This lovely Easter-themed weekly spread looks so fun and easy to create in your bullet journal. They used pastel and floral washi tape to frame the page and includes simple Easter egg and floral doodles. It’s so creative how they combined the text in the boxes.
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Another simple weekly spread with some easy watercolor florals. If you are a beginner watercolor artist, these would be so easy to decorate the sides of the spread with pretty flowers. If you don’t love pink, you could do different shades of yellow, blue, or even purple.
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This abstract, floral themed weekly is gorgeous and perfect for spring. If you don’t like complicated page layouts, this spread is perfect to replicate. You can choose to put flowers to decorate or try some other spring-themed doodles to make the layout pretty. Need some theme ideas? I have included plenty of spring bullet journal themes a little farther down in the post.
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My friend Liz makes the most beautiful floral layouts in her bullet journal. The beautiful drawing highlights the simplicity of the remainder of the weekly page. She also offers many how-to-draw tutorials to teach people how to create these beautiful floral spreads with ease. Continue reading to the resources section to see more of her tutorials and make sure to follow her on Instagram. She has even more tutorials available on her page.
Super cute and detailed weekly spread with organized trackers and fun floral doodles.
Spring-Themed Trackers and Collections
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If creating monthly goals is a little challenging to implement, creating a seasonal goal page is another great option if you’d like to maintain goals. This bee-utiful spring goal spread is super fun and easy to make.
Image Credit: @bujo_czechgirl
Maybe this page isn’t related to spring specifically, but why not prepare your bullet journal for organization and cleaning in the home and yard? Great time to do some ‘spring cleaning’ in your bullet journal and this is a perfect layout to include in any bujo.
It’s so easy to add a little bit of spring to any bullet journal spread, including this sleep tracker for the month of March! You could even combine ‘Spring’ and ‘sleep’ with pictures and stickers of sleeping animals, for instance. You can incorporate Spring into any bullet journal trackers!
Another example of adding some spring flair to your bullet journal.
You can’t complete a seasonal bullet journal collection without a bucket list! There are so many fun ideas to do in the Spring. You can copy these ideas exactly, or create ideas of your own.
Awesome Spring Themes for Your Bullet Journal
Are you feeling stuck trying to find the perfect spring bullet journal theme for the upcoming months? These ideas are sure to give you tons of options to choose from for the upcoming months!
- Cute/Baby Animals
- Spring Weather (rain, sun, rainbows, fog)
- Pastel Colors
Other Resources for Your Spring Bullet Journal
Are you needing a little more guidance to get prepared for spring in your bullet journal? Here are some other awesome spring inspired resources to perfect your bullet journal.
Many of my bullet journal friends have written amazing blog posts for spring, cleaning, drawings, and more. If you’d love some more specific assistance, their posts would be amazing resources to help you get started!
Flowers are so incredibly easy to draw, especially when you take the right steps. My friend Liz over at @bonjournal_ on Instagram creates many beautiful “how-to-draw” tutorials with a heavy focus on florals! Here are some awesome examples of her work:
They look complicated, but Liz breaks down the steps and makes them super easy to replicate.
If you aren’t confident making beautiful drawings for spring, you can make some beautiful spring-themed pages with stickers and washi tape! Here are some awesome supplies to make your spring pages even more beautiful.
Let’s Start Your Spring Bullet Journal!
Spring is a great time to organize and clean, for both your bullet journal and your life! It’s full of beautiful inspiration with flowers blooming, birds chirping, and fresh air.
Let’s carry that inspiration to our bullet journals and create some beautiful spring-themed spreads and layouts in your bullet journal! If you are on Instagram and make spring bullet journal spreads, I’d love to see them! Go ahead and follow me at Planning Mindfully on Instagram, then make sure to use the hashtag “#plannerpicturefeature” so I can feature your work in Instagram reposts and future blog posts.
Have you already started making spring spreads in your bullet journal? I’d love to hear about what you are creating in the comments.
If you’d like to explore other tools and supplies I recommend, read this bullet journal supply post!
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