A snowman might seem like an easy Christmas drawing, but it has a lot of different components to get right.
The hat, the scarf, the twig arms.
And don’t even start on the face; it’s so hard to get a face that’s meant to be made of inanimate objects to look friendly.
Even the way you draw the big snowballs for the body is tricky; if you don’t stack them right or shape them correctly, they end up just looking like 3 circles on top of each other!
If you need help creating your snowman illustration, this post will show you how to draw a snowman easily.
It’s aimed towards beginners, so it should be easy to follow along with.
What You Will Need to Draw a Snowman
Here is a list of what you need to draw a snowman
Something to draw onto. This can be paper, a sketchbook or a journal.
A pencil to plan out your shapes.
An eraser to rub out the pencil markings.
Fineliner pens (black is what is recommended)
Colours if you want to add colour to your snowman drawing.
That’s everything you need to draw a snowman!
How to Draw an Easy Snowman – Step by Step
Below is a step by step tutorial on how to draw a snowman:
Step 1: To draw the snowman’s body, start by drawing two oval overlapping each other. Make them slightly wider than tall, and make sure the bottom one is bigger than the top one.
Then draw a small, round circle in pencil overlapping the top circle at the very top. This will be the snowman’s head.
Step 2: Using a pencil, draw a rectangle on top of the very top circle to mark out the snowman’s hat. Add two diagonal lines in pencil from the middle circle; these will be the arms.
Step 3: To draw the stick arms, go around the pencil lines using a fineliner. Draw two small branches at the top for the hands.
Step 4: Around the middle pencil circle, draw a scarf in fineliner. This isn’t essential, but will help to keep your Snowman cozy!
Step 5: Draw over the rectangle at the top using a fineliner to create a hat. You can add a thin oval at the bottom for the brim, and add some details to the hat such as a band around the base.
Step 6: Now you have drawn some of the details on the snowman, go around the pencil circles in fineliner. It is recommended to draw the lower circles slightly square-ish, not a perfect circle; this will help it seem more realistic.
Step 7: Now that you have the body complete, you need to add a face! You can draw a triangle in the middle of the top circle as a carrot nose, a smile underneath, and two eyes.
To draw a cute Snowman, you should keep the features of the face close together and slightly lower down on the head. This will make it seem more childlike. Be careful not to make the triangle for the nose too large or crooked; you can tilt it up slightly to make it look cuter. You can also draw on a line smile rather than the classic snowman smile made out of pieces of coal.
Step 8: Add some colour; black for the hat, brown for the twig arms, orange for the nose and red for the scarf is traditional. But you can make your snowman whatever colours you want!
Below is a recap showing how to draw a Snowman step by step:
Easy Snowman Doodle Tutorial – Final Thoughts
This post shows how easy it is to draw a simple snowman doodle.
I hope it will help you draw plenty of doodles over the festive period!
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Christmas trees are such a fun doodle idea for your bullet journal.
There are so many different styles you can create, and you can decorate them to your heart’s content!
If you’re not sure how to draw a Christmas tree, this post is for you; a tutorial on how to draw a Christmas tree for beginners.
Christmas Tree Bullet Journal Ideas
Before learning how to draw a Christmas tree, here are some ideas for including a Christmas tree in your bullet journal:
Christmas tree cover page design for December.
As doodles in your December weekly spreads.
On a Christmas doodles page.
Habit or Mood Christmas tree Tracker. You can create trackers (such as habit trackers, mood trackers, etc) and include Christmas tree doodles in your designs; e.g you can draw 31 trees on a page for a mood tracker for December, and add different colours for different moods. You can use different shades of green for the trees to mean different moods, or add baubles on the trees, and use different colous for different moods (e.g yellow Christmas baubles for happy, red for angry, blue for sad, etc).
Alongside quotes about Christmas, or on a dedicated quote page.
I hope these Christmas tree bujo ideas are helpful!
Now let’s learn how to doodle a Christmas tree.
Equipment You Need to Draw A Christmas Tree
Below is a list of what equipment you will need to create a Christmas tree doodle:
Paper, a sketchbook or a bullet journal to put your Christmas tree drawings in.
A pencil to plan out your shapes.
An eraser to rub out the pencil markings.
A fineliner (black is suggested, but you can use any colour)
Colours to add some colour to your trees; these can be coloured pencils, coloured pens or markers, or even watercolours.
Christmas Tree Drawing Tutorials Step by Step
Below are the step by step tutorials on how to draw different Christmas trees.
The first is how to draw a simple Christmas tree:
How to Draw a Christmas Tree for Beginners
Step 1: Using a pencil, draw an upright triangle. Add a small circle at the top (this is where your star at the top of the tree will go), and a small, thin rectangle at the bottom (to mark out the trunk).
Step 2: Split your triangle into 3 sections by drawing 2 horizontal pencil lines across your tree.
Step 3: Using a fineliner pen, draw the outline of your tree. Draw a vertical line at a slightly outward angle, then bring it in slightly. Repeat this for each section of the triangle, with the line getting wider toward the bottom.
Step 4: Draw a fineliner star at the top of the tree (on top of the small pencil circle that was marked out previously), and a trunk in a pot underneath the tree (where the pencil rectangle was previously drawn).
Step 5: Rub out your pencil markings, and add some fineliner details. These can include circles for baubles, and tinsel draped across the tree.
Step 6: Add some colour to your tree, and you’re done!
Below is a recap showing how to draw a Christmas tree step by step:
How to Draw a Christmas Tree
Here is another tutorial on how to draw a different style Christmas tree doodle.
I’ve listed this as not for beginners, as it is slightly more complex than the previous tutorial.
Step 1: Using a pencil, draw an upright triangle. Add a small circle at the top to mark where the star on the top of the tree will go, and a small, thin rectangle at the bottom to mark out the tree trunk.
Step 2: Using a fineliner, draw small triangles along the edge of the pencil triangle.
Step 3: Using a fineliner, add some more leaves to the tree to fill in the gaps.
Step 4: Draw a small star in fineliner at the top, and a fineliner tree trunk at the bottom.
Step 5: Rub out the pencil markings and add some fineliner circles for baubles.
Step 6: Add colour, and your Christmas tree is complete!
Here is a step by step picture tutorial on how to draw a detailed Christmas tree:
Christmas Tree Doodle Tutorial – Final Thoughts
I hope you’ve found these drawing tutorials on how to draw different Christmas trees helpful.
They should help you to add Christmassy doodles to your bullet journal!
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Can you believe it’s the last month of the year already?
December means it’s time to get Christmassy and create your festive spreads.
(It also means you need to get a move on with your Christmas shopping, if you haven’t already!)
There are so many Christmas ideas you can base your spreads on… but if you’re getting a bit overwhelmed and don’t know where to start, you can begin by checking out this list of December bullet journal themes!
List of December Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
Here is a list of different bullet journal theme ideas for December.
And of course, remember that Christmas is kinda a big deal!
So lots of them are Christmas inspired:
December Bullet Journal Spread Inspiration
Below are some amazing bullet journal themes for December, found on Instagram.
Christmas Jumpers Bullet Journal Themes
What a cute December spread!
Repeat patterns are a great idea for a double page spread, as you can repeat your doodle as many (or as little) times as you’d like across your pages.
Then you can keep your repeats identical if you want to keep your patterns consistent, or you can get creative with the different versions for each repeat.
These cozy sweaters are each decorated uniquely, and the combination of different colours and patterns makes the spread so lively and fun!
Christmas Doodle December Bujo Spreads
I always love a doodle inspired theme, and December is the perfect month to create one, because there are so many Christmassy doodles to choose from!
This December cover page is a perfect example, as there are so many different Christmas doodles included; the snowman, the stocking, the candy cane, the snow globe… The list goes on!
I also love the use of colour; don’t feel you have to add colour to all your imagery, as you can just add colour here and there, like Hayley has done with the red to add pops of colour to the page.
This is a really sweet double page spread for December.
I love the use of Christmas doodles dotted about the spread.
A doodle spread is a great idea for anyone who just likes to draw freely for their spreads.
And there are so many different Christmas related doodles; you can just fill the pages with all the Christmassy doodles you want!
The quote on the right page, which reads “The holidays are what you make them” is also a fun touch.
Nature Inspired December Bullet Journal Themes
People hear December and instantly think of bright Christmassy colours.
But a December spread with minimal colour is a really unique idea!
This spread by Eleonore is a beautiful example; it has such a cold, wintery vibe.
Not using colour doesn’t have to mean that your spread is black and white with no detail either.
The varying shades of grey used for the trees really helps to layer the image and create depth.
The darker shade of grey for the “December” header really makes it stand out on the page too!
Floral Bullet Journal Theme for December
Flowers aren’t an obvious choice for a winter bullet journal spread.
But a poinsettia theme for December is a great idea, as it’s a flower that’s often associated with Christmas.
The spread above is a beautiful example; the flower is so large and spreads across the double page, creating a real statement.
The red poinsettia flower itself is vibrant, and it’s a great theme idea if you want to add a bit of colour to your winter bujo spreads.
Wreath December Bujo Theme
If you’re creating a Christmas inspired spread for your December page, there are of course classic Christmas colours that spring to mind; gold, green, and red are a good example.
However, if you want to add more colour but keep to that Christmas colour theme, you can use multiple shades of a single colour to add depth to your imagery.
This wreath themed spread uses a number of shades of green, from light green to a deep emerald green, and rather than the shades clashing they actually compliment each other.
The background leaves drawn in fineliner are a beautiful detail that help to add layers to the image, but without making the page seem too full.
This is another Christmas wreath inspired spread for December (with some poinsettia flowers for extra Christmas points!).
I like the simplicity of this illustration, as its minimal style allows the December header to really pop.
A cute idea for a wreath is to draw doodles in a circle with a gap in the middle, to imply the wreath shape.
That way you can turn any of your Christmas doodles into a Christmassy wreath!
Gingerbread man wreath anyone?
Christmas Tree Themed December Spreads
This is another beautiful example of a repeat pattern December bujo spread.
Christmas trees are a great idea for a December theme, as the vibrant green will add some life to your bullet journal in winter!
And you can create some really cute patterns on your trees.
I also love the smaller details of the mistletoe and sparkles, which help to fill the remaining white space.
Rather than the usual decorated tree, this fir tree in its initial stage of being driven home is a cool idea for a December bullet journal spread.
Brown paper has also been layered on the page, and helps the illustration on the white paper stand out.
The quote at the bottom is also a really nice touch!
Typography Themed December Spreads
The text in your spread doesn’t have to be plain.
In fact, it can be the main focus of it!
Below are some stunning typography focused December bujo spreads;
This is such a bold spread!
Don’t be afraid to go all out with your designs, and really fill the page with your December header if you want to make a statement.
In this example, the typography goes right up to the edge of the page on both sides; it’s almost as though it can’t be contained in the journal!
I also love the use of deep red for a Christmassy feel, and the grey shadows add a 3D effect, making the header seem to jump out the page at you.
This is another beautiful typography based spread for December.
Colour is a great way to make your text stand out, as you can use vibrant but contrasting colours to really make a statement.
The colour in the example above has been layered really well, as the black outline of the text against the white background really makes the letters pop!
And the bright red and layered with silver on top adds a Christmassy vibe to the page.
Cartoon Inspired Bullet Journal Spreads
This is such a sweet December bullet journal spread!
The iconic Snoopy illustration style is recreated very well, and despite it being simple, the block colours and font together with the imagery make the spread really vibrant.
There are lots of Christmas illustration styles you can recreate in your spreads.
The Snowman film, the Grinch illustrations, Rankin/Bass Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer… The list goes on!
December Bullet Journal Theme Ideas Roundup
I hope this roundup of December bullet journal themes has been helpful.
It’s so exciting seeing all the different festive themes in action!
And perhaps have inspired you for your own December bullet journal spreads.
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With Autumn in full swing, you might find yourself drawing more Autumn related doodles in your bullet journal spreads.
Leaves are a tricky doodle to master however, as there are so many different types of leaves to learn!
Some are a simple shape and can be drawn in just a few steps, whereas others are much more complex, and need multiple steps to complete them.
This post is all about leaf drawing tutorials to help you to draw different types of leaves in your bullet journal.
Leaf Bullet Journal Ideas
Before we go on to learn how to draw different types of leaves, you might not be sure how to actually include leaf drawings in your bullet journal.
So here are different ideas for incorporating leaves in your bullet journal:
Cover pages for September, October, or November.
As Autumn themed doodles in your weekly spreads.
Habit or Mood Leaf Tracker. You can create trackers (such as habit trackers, mood trackers, etc) and incorporate leaves into your designs. For example, you can draw 30 leaves on a page for a mood tracker, and then colour them in different autumn shades for different moods (e.g yellow for happy, red for angry, etc).
Alongside quotes about Autumn, or on a dedicated quote page.
On a personal growthpage or inspiration page.
Now you have some ideas for including leaf drawings in your bullet journal, read on to find out how to doodle them!
How To Draw A Leaf For Beginners
What You Will Need to Draw Leaves
Before you start doodling, it’s important to make sure you have the right supplies!
Below is a list of the tools you will need to create your leaf doodles:
Paper, a sketchbook, or a bullet journal to draw your leaves onto.
A pencil to plan out your shapes.
An eraser to rub out the pencil markings.
A fineliner (black is suggested, but you can use any colour)
Colours if you want to add colour to your leaves; these can be coloured pencils, markers, or even watercolours.
That’s everything you will need to create your different leaf illustrations.
Leaf Drawing Tutorials Step by Step
Below are different tutorials that will show you how to create various types of leaves.
They break down what you need to do step by step, so it’s easy to follow and create your leaf doodles!
How to Draw a Horse Chestnut Leaf
Horse chestnut leaves come from the same type of trees that grow conkers in Autumn!
Its leaves have a cool shape that resemble a 5 point star.
Check out how to draw a horse chesnut leaf step by step below:
Step 1: Using a pencil, draw a dot in the middle. Then draw three lines going through the dot; make the longest one go down the middle at an almost vertical angle, and the other two closer to horizontal.
Step 2: Again using a pencil, draw 5 smooth leaf outlines around the top 5 lines. Leave the bottom line for a stalk, and draw the outlines from small at the bottom to big (with the largest outline being at the top).
Step 3: Using a fineliner, go over the pencil leaf outlines. Make the edges slightly jagged, and the tip of each leaf more pointed. You can also create an outline for the stalk; start thin, before thickening it out slightly at the end.
Step 4: Again using a fineliner, go over the pencil lines to create a middle vein for each leaf. Go right to the tip before fading the vein out.
Step 5: Use the fineliner to add smaller horizontal veins along each leaf. Take them right to the leaf outline, and try to make them evenly spaced.
Step 6: Rub out the pencil outlines you originally created.
Step 7: Add some colour, and you’re done!
Below is a visual recap on each step:
Oak Leaf Drawing Tutorial
Oak leaves are another great type of leaf to learn how to doodle, as they’re very commonly associated with the Autumn months.
Below is a step by step drawing tutorial on how to draw an oak leaf:
Step 1: Using a pencil, draw a teardrop outline at a horizontal angle.
Step 2: Split the teardrop in half by creating a smooth pencil line; start from the point, and draw right through.
Step 3: Draw a thin pencil oval shape in the top half of the teardrop.
Step 4: Draw a similar sized oval in the lower half of the teardrop (again using a pencil).
Step 5: Add a slightly smaller set of ovals above the initial two in pencil.
Step 6: Then add two smaller sets of pencil ovals below the initial ovals, making them smaller the closer to the point of the teardrop they get.
Step 7: In the remaining space in the teardrop, draw a pencil circle at the top and bottom.
Step 8: Using the pencil ovals and circles as guidelines, draw around them in fineliner to create the outline of the oak leaf. You can also add the stalk in using fineliner here.
Step 9: Rub out the pencil markings, and draw a middle vein down the center of the leaf in fineliner.
Step 10: Draw smaller veins along the center of each branch of the leaf in fineliner. Go from the middle vein up to the edge of the leaf, along the center of each oval.
Step 11: Now draw tiny lines from the middle vein in fineliner, but don’t make them as long.
Step 12: Add some colour to your leaf if you wish; I added green at the center, and then a bit of yellow at the tips and for the stem of the leaf.
And your oak leaf is finished!
Below is a summary of the steps taken to complete the oak leaf drawing:
Beech Leaf Drawing – Step by Step Tutorial
Beech trees are a popular tree in the UK (they’re considered the queen of British trees).
They typically have purple leaves, but some beech trees are called copper beech, and have deep purple leaves instead.
Below is a drawing tutorial for doodling a beech leaf:
Step 1: Using a pencil, draw an upside down teardrop (with the point at the top).
Step 2: Split the teardrop in half with a pencil line (draw from the point at the top right down the middle).
Step 3: Go over the pencil outline with a fineliner pen. Make the outline slightly jagged.
Step 4: Now go over the center line with a fineliner to create the middle vein. Draw from the very bottom of the leaf, but fade the line out just before the tip of the leaf.
Step 5: Rub out the pencil markings, and add a stalk at the bottom of the leaf with a fineliner.
Step 6: Using the fineliner, draw smaller veins on the leaf. Start at the main middle vein, and draw them at a horizontal angle out to the edge of the leaf. Try to keep these veins evenly spaced, and increase the angle so it’s closer to vertical the closer to the tip of the leaf you get.
Step 7: Add some colour; I chose green for the leaf, and a light brown for the stalk.
And you beef leaf doodle is complete!
Here is a visual summary of the steps you need to follow to complete your beech leaf drawing:
Leaf Doodle Tutorial – Final Thoughts
I hope you’ve found these drawing tutorials helpful.
If you follow along they’re really not as hard as you think, and it’s the perfect time to learn how to doodle leaves for your Autumn bullet journal spreads!
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It’s November; the nights are longer, and as we approach the end of the year, it’s getting harder to think of unique bullet journal theme ideas.
Plus (as I’m sure you’re aware thanks to all the festive content in all the shops), Christmas is coming!
BUT, before you start getting Christmassy and planning festive spreads, you have one more month in your bullet journal to plan for.
If you’re stuck thinking of theme ideas for November, then this post all about November bullet journal ideas and November bujo inspiration is for you!
Check them out below:
List of November Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
Below is a list of different bujo theme ideas for November.
They should help to give you some ideas when creating your November spread:
Day of the Dead
Pumpkin spiced latte
November Bullet Journal Spread Inspiration
I love seeing different bullet journal spreads for the same month; they’re all so creative, and it’s cool to see everyone take the same title of November and make their spreads so unique.
Below are some great November bullet journal spreads from Instagram.
Nature Inspired November Bullet Journal Themes
This bear themed November spread is the perfect way to start off the list!
I love the simplicity; the bear illustration is so beautiful that it’s all the decoration that’s really needed for this page.
Spreads that incorporate animals are great for a November bullet journal theme, as there are so many cute animals to choose from; foxes, squirrels, hedgehogs, bears, owls… the list goes on!
You can create a spread solely focusing on one animal, like Tristan has done here, or add as many furry animals to the page as you wish.
This nature inspired November spread by Ivana is so sweet!
This feminine colour palette (which I love) is not what you’d typically think of for a November theme.
But thinking outside the box and creating spreads inspired by things you wouldn’t necessarily expect is a great way to make your monthly theme stand out.
And this spread with fun colours is a great example, as if you’re sick of Autumnal colours by the time November comes, you can switch it up a little and add some warmth to a colder month with a brighter colour palette.
The quote on the left page, which reads “to plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow”, is also a lovely touch with deep meaning; that it’s worth putting in the effort for some things now even if you won’t see results immediately, and to do so with hope that you may in the future.
This November bujo spread by Annie is inspired by a number of different elements from nature.
The trees and falling leaves are beautifully drawn into the space of the antlers, alongside a quote that reads “cherches moi du côté sauvage” which is “look for me on the wild side” in English (please note I do not speak French, so take that with a pinch of salt!).
Don’t be afraid to combine different theme elements together, as it can work really well to create a really quirky and memorable spread (like it does here!).
Weather Inspired November Bujo Themes
The weather is quite a personal bullet journal theme idea, as it can be different depending on where you live.
Below are some November bullet journal themes inspired by the weather:
I love this November spread by Jen.
The colours are so on theme for November, and there is a nice contrast with the warmer reads, yellows and oranges against the darker grey.
The layered check patterns help to really fill up the pages and make them full of life, but the clever use of white space around the check patterns makes sure they’re not too overpowering.
If you want to liven up your spreads, try adding some fun patterns like Jen has done here; they will really add something special to your designs!
Windy November Bullet Journal Theme
This November cover page by Sasy really captures the November winds.
Wind can be hard to show visually, but I love the way Sasy has drawn it here.
All the leaves being blown across the page also add to that windy vibe, and the umbrella being blown away is a really fun touch!
Mushroom Themed Bullet Journal Spread
Mushroom illustrations always have such a magical feel, and this November spread is no exception.
It’s got an added touch of Autumn vibes with the acorns and oak leaves surrounding the mushrooms.
Don’t feel you have to focus on one topic for your spread; you can take a more general theme idea, such as “nature”, and combine different elements from that umbrella theme idea.
Floral Themed November BuJo Spread
Flowers aren’t the obvious choice for an Autumn bujo spread.
But Griffin has used cool toned colours like blue and silver to add a colder feel to their creation, making it on trend for the colder months of the year.
You can think about how you add colour to add to your theme, such as using warm shades like orange and red for the beginning of Autumn, but then switching to colder colours like Grifiin has as the weather becomes cooler.
I also love how simple and elegant the cover page is; all it needs is the beautiful flower doodle with the November header, and the page is complete!
Here is a more abstract floral inspired November bujo spread.
Created by Kae, I again love the use of the colour tones such as grey to capture the colder weather as we approach winter.
If you’re not very confident with drawing, abstract is a great style to try for your bullet journal spreads, as it’s quite forgiving; you’re not trying to recreate something exactly as it appears, so it’s more open to your interpretation (and therefore harder to get wrong!).
Leaf Inspired Bullet Journal Spread for November
This November header is so beautiful!
The way the birch trees are placed really makes you feel like you are taking a walk down a path on an Autumn day; you can almost feel the fallen leaves crunching beneath your feet.
The use of colour helps to add depth, as the warm coloured leaves really pop against the darker birch trees, and really make them stand out.
I also love how simple the leaves are in this spread, as they’re just small dashes of colour, and show you don’t need to be adding too much detail to create beautiful imagery.
This is a more abstract leaf themed November cover page by Pia.
Its minimalistic style allows you to really appreciate the unique design; thanks to the creative use of space around the middle, the eye is automatically drawn to the center quote and illustration on each page.
The different shades of brown layered beneath the fineliner illustration helps to add depth, whilst keeping that minimal style.
When you’re creating your spreads, consider the font you are using for any text. Here, the choice of script font for the November header adds to that elegant feel.
People think of bullet journal spreads and think of fineliners and coloured pencils, but it doesn’t have to be!
This spread is very literal in its use of materials; if it’s a spread based on Autumn leaves, why not actually include some in the design?!
Don’t be afraid to push the boat out, and use some unique materials in your spreads; you can even stick things in to add layers and create texture and depth to your spreads.
Just be careful if you use heavier materials like paint or ink that the paper in your bullet journal can take it, as you don’t want any ghosting or bleeding (not sure what ghosting or bleeding is in bullet journal terms? It’s explained in detail in this post on the best bullet journal pens!).
I love that you can take a theme idea of Autumn leaves and see so many different interpretations.
Here is another beautiful take on a leaf inspired November bullet journal cover page.
I enjoy how uncomplicated yet beautiful this cover page really is; the tree illustration is quite simple, but together with the vibrant colours for the leaves, the tree really pops and stands out on the page.
The reds, oranges and yellow shades all layered really give it texture and life!
Food Inspired BuJo Spread for November
This jam themed November bullet journal page is awesome!
Created by Joyce, it’s such a cute idea for a theme; I love how the text for the spread has been written onto the labels.
Incorporating any text or writing you need to include in your spread into an illustration is an easy and subtle way to include it.
You could also use it as a theme idea for other months; for example, for December you could draw some Christmas cookies, and write the text “Merry Christmas” on the cookies.
Random November Bullet Journal Spread Themes
These November spreads didn’t fit into a clear November category, but I wanted to include them anyway as they’re so good!
Check them out below:
I couldn’t put this spread into just one November themed category, as it fitted so many!
Food, hot drinks, the blustery November weather; this spread really has so many elements of Autumn included.
If you don’t have one theme idea you want to stick to for your monthly spreads, don’t be afraid to create a page of drawings inspired by the month.
A fun challenge would actually be to create a cover page including as many different doodles related to the month as possible.
It’s a great idea if you’re not one to plan your pages thoroughly, as you can just be really creative; it’s a chance to doodle to your heart’s content!
You can also include drawings of things that are personal to you.
For example, if your family has bonfire night traditions, you can draw things that represent them on your November cover page.
What a beautiful November cover page!
This illustration incorporates some November themes we’ve seen previously, such as windy weather, autumn leaves, and mushrooms.
But the addition of the hot air balloons is so quirky! And makes the spread really unique.
I’m also a big fan of drawings that have a border, but the art breaks through that border; it’s a real statement, and adds a lot of character to the page.
Created by Mikaela, this November page is so magical.
The stars spreading across the page really helps to fill the space, and the way they go right up to the edge of the page, you can almost believe the stars are spilling over onto the next page.
The dots also add a depth; they’re a great way to add detail to your drawings and really fill the space.
(Side note: I don’t recommend them if you’re pressed for time however, as although they look amazing, they can be quite time consuming to create!).
If you think of a spread without illustrations or doodles, you might think it will look a bit plain… But these pages proves otherwise!
This November cover spread shows how much you can do with fonts alone.
It’s visually exciting, with so many different styles of lettering included. Your eyes really don’t know where to stop, as there’s so much to look at!
So if you’re not a fan of doodling, don’t feel you have to. You can totally make a really full and vibrant spread using typography only (as this November spread shows!).
This is such a quirky November cover page!
Created by Mavi, this spread includes a line from a poem by Emily Dickerson. It reads;
“Because I could not stop for Death
He kindly stopped for me
The Carriage held but just Ourselves
The calligraphy is so intricate; Mavi said that it accentuates the musicality of Dickinson’s words, and I totally agree!
I also like how the quote spills out from the brown paper at the centre and overlaps onto the white, which makes it seem almost alive and untamed.
This November bujo spread by Asba has such a vintage vibe.
When sticking material into your spreads, it can be easy to overdo it and add too much.
But the layering in this spread is really well done; the different papers used create texture and depth, but without being overbearing or distracting from the main points of the spread (the imagery and text).
I also love the idea of including a page from a book.
You could recreate this with a page from your favourite book, or a book that’s relevant to the month (e.g a Christmas Carol for a December spread).
And if you were looking for something to add that wasn’t text based, you could add pages from magazines, or pictures from books instead.
The days are getting shorter, leaves are turning brown, and back to school content is everywhere.
Autumn has officially begun – and with it comes lots of new theme ideas for your bullet journal!
So read on for some of the best September bullet journal themes and ideas.
September Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
Below is a list of September bujo ideas that cover all different topics; back to school ideas, autumn clothing, nature, etc.
Back to school
September Bullet Journal Spread Inspiration
It’s great to see bujo theme ideas in action, and celebrate people’s work.
So below are some amazing bullet journal spreads for September from Instagram:
Nature inspired September bullet journal themes
This floral September spread is so sweet!
This spread is really pushing the last of the warm, summer vibes, before the colder months start to take over and the leaves start to brown.
The little ladybugs are also so cute!
This is another beautiful nature inspired September cover page.
Layering colours and doodles is a great way to add a lot of depth to your cover page, like Larissa has done here.
You can slowly build up your layers, and decide when you think your page is looking full enough as you go along.
Mushroom Themed Bullet Journal Spreads for September
I love mushroom doodles; there’s something so magical about them!
Check out these beautiful mushroom inspired bujo spreads from Instagram below:
This mushroom double page spread is a wonderful recreation of @lalipop.lettering’s work by Fiona.
The mushroom doodles are so quirky, and to put them in a ring to create a mushroom circle is genius!
The colour palette is perfect for September; browns, reds and oranges are classic autumn colours, but the yellow adds some unexpected vibrant touches.
Here is another mushroom inspired spread for September.
Created by Haleigh, I love the simplicity of this spread; the beautiful mushroom drawing in the center of the page and the “September” title in minimalist font is all the cover page really needs.
The “Welcome Autumn” quote on the first page is also a really nice touch, especially written on the brown paper to add some texture to the spread.
Coffee themed Bullet Journal Spreads for September
Okay, so coffee isn’t necessarily a September specific theme (especially if you’re a coffee fan like me, and you’re drinking it all year round!).
But hot drinks are definitely a great September theme idea, and no doubt your feeds are filling up with Pumpkin Spice everything (did you know Starbucks releases Pumpkin Spice Latte at the end of August?!).
Check out these coffee inspired bullet journal themes below:
This September cover page is minimal yet still full, thanks to the detail and shading in the coffee illustration.
Adding detail and shading to your doodles is a great way to really fill the page up without having to actually draw more images.
Especially adding colour – it really helps to make the page pop!
Above is another beautiful coffee inspired September bujo spread.
Remember, you don’t have to stick to one shade of colour in your spreads; here Eri has used a range of browns and even orange here and there to create a real warm and cozy vibe.
I also love the quote at the top of the page, which reads “maybe she’s born with it, maybe it is caffeine”. It’s a funny twist on the classic Maybelline ads!
Desk Bullet Journal Theme
Whether it’s back to school, college, or university, September means returning to education for a lot of people.
So I had to include a spread that was relevant to that!
Check out this super cute desk themed bujo spread below:
This theme idea of a desk is such a cool idea; you could easily put your own spin on it, and create a spread inspired by your own workspace.
I also love the little post-its drawn onto the grid board, including the small note to stay positive. What a great way to add some reminders to your spread!
The pastel colour palette is so sweet, and a great way to add something unexpected to an Autumn spread.
Random September Bullet Journal Spreads
I always find such beautiful bullet journal spreads that I simply have to share them, even if they don’t have a clear category.
So below are some September bujo spreads that didn’t fit under any of the previous themes, but are too good not to share!
This September spread by Annie is adorable.
When I first saw this page I thought the images were doodles, but believe it or not they’re washis!
Washis and stickers are such a good idea if you’re not one for drawing (or even if you are, but just want to save a bit of time when creating your spreads!).
There are so many beautiful stickers out there, you’re sure to find some that suit your theme. You can also check out this post on the best bullet journal supplies to find some sticker and washi tape recommendations!
This is such a unique dreamcatcher themed spread.
The dreamcatcher is not shaped like the typical round ones, but instead has been drawn in the shape of a crescent moon, which adds to the mystical vibe.
This theme would be easy to carry for spreads throughout the rest of September.
Some colourful feather doodles and sparkles here and there around your spread, and it’s on theme!
This September spread by Mavi is a beautiful recreation of work by @juliannedoodles.
The colour palette is so sweet (if you can’t tell by now, I’m a massive fan of pastel colours).
I love the layering of the different doodles, including the cotton candy-like clouds drawn in front of the middle illustration; it really makes the page pop!
Remember, if you’re really into drawing, use your cover page to draw to your heart’s content. All you need is a header for the month, and the rest of the space can be for drawing.
Or better yet, you can include the title for the month in your doodle, like Mavi has done here!
September Bullet Journal Themes Roundup
After months of summer spreads, I hope these September bujo themes have been helpful in kicking off your first Autumn bullet journal spread of the year.
And if you’re a bit sad that summer is over, hopefully this post has shown you all the things you’ve got to look forward to in Autumn!
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From stress at work, to stress at home and in our personal lives, stress can come from many different parts of our lives.
Looking for words of wisdom to provide some stress relief?
Check out these amazing quotes all about stress (AKA how to relieve stress to be stress free!).
The Best Stress Free Quotes
Every day brings a choice; to practice stress or to practice peace. – Joan Borysenko
Inhale calmness, exhale stress. – Anon
When it rains look for rainbows, when it’s dark look for stars. – Oscar Wilde
Tension is who you think you should be, relaxation is who you are. – Chinese Proverb
Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax. – Mark Black
Life is short, smile while you still have teeth. –
I love this fun quote about happiness.
Created by Beti, it’s a great quote to have as a reminder to keep smiling.
The bear doodle at the bottom is also super cute!
It’s not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it. – Hans Selye
Stress should be a powerful driving force, not an obstacle. – Bill Phillips
The truth is that stress doesn’t come from your boss, your kids, your spouse, traffic jams, health challenges, or other circumstances. It comes from your thoughts about your circumstances. – Andrew Bernstein
Life moves forward pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while you could miss it.
This quote by Inken is a great reminder to slow down and appreciate what’s around you.
It works perfectly with the beautiful flower drawings, and is a beautiful quote on staying stress free to refer back to as she’s completing her bullet journal throughout the month.
Much of the stress that people feel doesn’t come from having too much to do. It comes from not finishing what they’ve started. – David Allen
We are living under the collective delusion that in order to succeed we have to burnout along the way. – Arianna Huffington
Stress is not what happens to us. It’s our response to what happens. And response is something we can choose. – Maureen Killoran
Don’t worry, Be Happy. –
This is a simple quote on happiness that many people will have heard of before, but the way it’s been illustrated by Camille is really beautiful!
I love the clever take on the wording to make it a bee themed spread.
The yellows and oranges in the drawing also add to the warm, happy vibe!
The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another meaning – William James
Stress is an ignorant state. it believes that everything is an emergency. Nothing is that important. – Natalie Goldberg
Don’t stress over things you can’t change. – Anon
Live your life joyfully. –
This is a really simple quote on happiness, but has been beautifully drawn by Emily.
She’s used a stunning colour palette, and the flower doodles around the quote are so sweet.
The time to relax is when you don’t have time for it. – Sydney J. Harris
Don’t let your mind bully your body into believing it must carry the burden of its worries. – Astrid Alauda
Stress is the trash of modern life–we all generate it, but if you don’t dispose of it properly, it will pile up and overtake your life. – Danzae Pace
Be your own reason to smile. –
I love this quote!
It was created by Alice in February, where some people can feel quite lonely because of Valentine’s Day.
But this cute quote on self love is a great reminder to be kind to yourself.
Meditation is the only way to freedom from stress as it is a dimension beyond the mind. All the stress and struggle are of the mind. – Jaggi Vasudev
Today I will not stress over things I cannot control – Anon
Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths. – Etty Hillesum
If it can be solved, there’s no need to worry, and if it can’t be solved, worry is of no use. – Dalai Lama XIV
There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow, so today is the right day to love, believe, do and mostly live. – Dalai Lama XIV
We do not control everything and we cannot control everything – Anon
The darkest hour only has 60 minutes. – Morris Mandel
You don’t have to control your thoughts. You just have to stop letting them control you. – Dan Millman
The sun will always shine, even if you don’t see it. –
This is an absolutely gorgeous quote page by Ashna.
The quote on positivity has been brought to life beautifully, and the sunflower doodles alongside the quote really add to the design.
It’s just a bad day, not a bad life. – Sigrid
It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it. – Lou Holtz
You can’t pour from an empty cup. – Anon
You can do anything but not everything. – David Allen
Even the busiest of bees stop to smell the flowers. –
Let go of all the could haves. If it should have, it would have – Anon
There is more to life than increasing its speed. – Mahatma Gandhi
For fast-acting relief, try slowing down. – Lily Tomlin
Tension is a habit. Relaxing is a habit. Bad habits can be broken, good habits formed. – William James
Life is tough my darling, but so are you. – Stephanie Bennett Henry
A year from now, everything you are stressing about won’t even matter. – Anon
Set peace of mind as your highest goal, and organize your life around it. – Brian Tracy
Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax. –
This is another bee inspired quote on happiness, and taking a step back to appreciate what you have.
Created by Lexi, this quote is the perfect reminder to relax, and enjoy life!
And is the perfect quote on being stress free to include in a bullet journal.
You must learn to let go. Release the stress. You were never in control anyway. – Steve Maraboli
Stop focusing on how stressed you are and remember how blessed you are. – Anon
Don’t believe every worried thought you have. Worried thoughts are notoriously inaccurate. – Renee Jain
No one can create negativity or stress within you. Only you can do that by virtue of how you process your world. – Wayne W. Dyer
Stress is caused by being “here” but wanting to be “there.” – Eckhart Tolle
It is not a daily increase, but a daily decrease. Hack away at the inessentials. – Bruce Lee
Stress Free Quotes Roundup
I hope you have enjoyed reading these quotes on stress relief!
These words of wisdom should help you feel more relaxed in moments of stress.
Just make sure you have plenty of coloured pens to use!
Butterfly BuJo Theme
Butterflies make for such magical bullet journal spreads.
The spread pictured above is no exception; mixed with the mushroom illustrations and details in the background, it creates a really mystical vibe!
I also love the warm colour palette for the butterfly and flower.
It’s important to consider the colours you are using when creating your bullet journal designs, as they can really add to the atmosphere of your spreads.
For an August bullet journal theme, it’s a great idea to use bright and warm colours; think sunshine yellow, vivid green grass, etc.
These aren’t exactly butterflies, but they’re so beautiful that they come pretty close!
Above is an elegant August cover page inspired by Luna moths.
Similar to previous examples, Maureen has created the cover page so it consists of just the “August” title for the month, and then has used the rest of the space to draw the beautiful Luna moths.
Moths aren’t the obvious choice for a nature theme, but these are absolutely stunning!
And help to establish a theme colour of green for any spreads for the rest of the month.
Succulent Bullet Journal Spread
I’m a bit of a crazy plant lady at heart, so I love a bullet journal theme that focuses on plants.
Check out this cool succulent inspired August cover page below:
It’s a great theme to carry on throughout the month as well, as you can draw different plants hanging in numerous ways (hanging in baskets, spilling over their containers, macrame, etc).
I also enjoy the simplicity of this page.
It’s a perfect example of if you don’t want to fill up the page, you don’t have to; the space around your creation is just as important!
Food Inspired BuJo Spread
Here’s a super cute August mood and habit tracker inspired by food.
The graph layout for the mood tracker is SUCH a good idea – I don’t know why more people don’t use this layout!
It makes it so easy to see the ups and downs in mood once the tracker has been completed.
Plus these dessert stickers are awesome!
Bicycle Bullet Journal Theme
Cycling is another cool bullet journal theme idea for August, as it’s the perfect weather for bike rides (even if it does get a little bit hot!)
Above is a beautiful bicycle themed cover page for August.
It’s simple but super sweet, and is everything about it is summer; the sunny yellow, the cute flowers, etc.
Themes that have a main focus and then smaller details allow you to decide which elements you carry through to the rest of the spreads for the month.
For example, Julia has used both a bike illustration as the centerpiece of the page, and then also added little flower doodles and splashes of yellow around it.
She can carry the theme throughout the rest of the August spreads by either drawing more cycling themed illustrations, or adding the flower doodles and hints of yellow if she wants to keep it simple!
Travel Bullet Journal August Spread
Plenty of people are enjoying summer vacations and going on holidays during August, so a travel inspired spreads is a great idea.
Below is a stunning travel themed August cover page:
This theme is described by the creator Abbey as “Nautical treasure map vibes”, which is spot on!
I like the idea of using a map as part of a theme for a bujo spread.
To make it personal, you can draw a map outline of a place you are visiting if you’re going on holiday that month. For example, Abbey said she chose this theme idea as she was taking a journey by the sea that month, and moving to Wales (which is where I’m from!).
I like the use of blue to add to the sea idea. You can add colour to your map to add to that theme, such as a green map if you’re visiting the countryside.
Fruit Bullet Journal August Spread
I always like to include examples of fruity themes for summer spreads.
Below is a cool citrus inspired spread:
I’m a big fan of repeat patterns for themes, as they’re quite simple to create, but look awesome!
You can also change up each repeat if you want to make it a bit more interesting.
Like Jordan has done in the cover page above, you can add some colour and alternate the colour of each repeat, or you can add different patterns to each repeat, etc.
Ice Cream Bullet Journal Theme
You really can’t cover August bullet journal theme ideas without including ice cream!
Below are some ice cream inspired spreads from Instagram:
This August double page spread by Julia is beautiful!
It’s a really sophisticated take on an ice cream inspired spread; I love the subtle shades of orange and brown used.
Julia mentions the ice cream included is a creamsicle, which is not actually something I’d heard of!
As it’s not a common treat in the UK.
Above is another example of an ice cream spread for August.
The colour palette is beautiful, and works beautifully with the different ice cream doodles.
I also love the quote on the left page. It’s a fun way to start off the spread!
Including a quote is a great idea if you’re creating a double page spread for the start of the month.
Same as Anna has done here, you can put a quote on one page, and the month header with an illustration on the other page.
Kite Bullet Journal Spread
This kite inspired August cover page is really sweet.
It’s quite a simple design, with just line drawings of kites and a bit of colour, but the way the kites are drawn makes real good use of the space; they really fill the page!
The theme design is very clear, and the kite drawings will definitely feature through the spreads for the rest of the month.
Minimalist August Spread
People think your spreads need to be big, bold designs, with the more going on the better.
But your spreads really don’t need to be complicated to look good.
This minimalistic August cover page by Hallie is subtle and sweet.
There’s some quirky lettering for the August header, some line drawing, a bit of colour… and that’s all it really needs to look completed!
So don’t think you need to keep adding more and filling the page for your designs; sometimes less is more.
Mythical Bullet Journal Theme
I am OBSESSED with this mythical August spread by Asba.
The colours, the quote, the mushroom houses; everything about it is amazing.
I also like the inclusion of a vertical dutch door.
A dutch door is when you cut down some of the page in a spread, like Asba has done here by cutting around the mushroom drawing on the right page.
This is an easy way to add a little something extra to your double page spreads!
Thinking of a July bullet journal spread can be a bit tricky.
You’re over halfway through the year, so you’ve already created spreads for the last 6 months.
But the good thing about July is that summer is here, no question!
And you can create some gorgeous summer themed bullet journal spreads.
This post is all about July bujo spreads, to help give you some ideas for your July bullet journal theme!
July Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
There’s no doubt about it; a July spread is definitely a summer spread!
So the majority of theme suggestions will be summer inspired.
Check out some cool July bullet journal theme ideas below:
Bucket and spade
July Bullet Journal Spread Inspiration
Want to see some of these theme ideas in action?
Below are some amazing July bullet journal themes from Instagram!
Shell Bullet Journal July Spread
There’s something kinda magical about shells!
And they make for a great bujo theme idea.
Check out these shell themed bullet journal spreads below:
I LOVE this shell themed cover page for July!
Pink isn’t an obvious choice for shells or a summer themed spread, but the mix of pastel candy floss colours and vivid barbie pinks that border red give the page lots of depth.
I also love the combination of the different types of shells mixed in with the bubbles. Super fun! (And gives me big “The Little Mermaid” vibes!).
Here’s another super cute shell themed bullet journal spread.
This one uses blues, greens and purples.
These tones aren’t an obvious choice for a July bullet journal spread (because it’s so hot, and these colours are cool), but it works really well with the shells and under the sea theme.
Under the Sea Bullet Journal Spread
Under the sea is a great theme idea for a July spread, and the above cover page is a super fun example.
A window on a ship or submarine that shows the vibrant sea life is a brilliant way to do this theme; you can really let your imagination run wild and fill the window with a beautiful seascape like this example, but not have to worry about filling the whole page.
The mix of vibrant colours and bustling sea life in the window really makes it pop against the plain background!
Sun Bullet Journal Spread for July
Who thinks of summer and doesn’t think of sun?
A sun inspired spread is a beautiful theme idea for a July bujo spread.
Check out these warm and wonderful sun themed bullet journal spreads below:
This sunny July cover page is so vibrant and upbeat!
The page border of unique patterned suns really makes the page pop, and allows Hannah to use a mix of different shades of oranges and yellows to create a warm, happy vibe for her July cover page!
Repeat patterns are always a great idea for a spread, as you know exactly what you need to draw, and you can repeat the design as much or as little as you like.
But if you don’t want to try and replicate the exact same doodle, you can do a similar thing as above, and mix up the colours and patterns slightly for each repeat!
This sun inspired cover page by Melody is really quirky.
It’s everything summer; green grass, a happy, smiling sun, soft fluffy clouds… And then has a few little surprises thrown in.
I also get 90s vibes from it (I think from the smiley faces!).
Floral July Bullet Journal Spread
Flowers are another great bujo theme idea for July, as plants are in full bloom, enjoying the sunshine (just like us!).
Below are some gorgeous floral themed bullet journal spreads for July:
This July cover page is colourful, with bright yellows, pins, oranges, reds, greens, and browns.
I love the beautiful flower illustrations too; the different types of flowers drawn as though they are growing behind the letters add a lot of depth to the page.
The spotty pattern for the bubble print text really helps to make it pop!
The flowers on this July cover page are beautifully drawn.
If you’re artistic and like to use your bullet journal to draw and be creative, you can definitely make space for your art!
Plan your spreads carefully so the important details are covered, and leave plenty of room to create illustrations in.
Griffin has done exactly that here; the page on the right covers all the important stuff that need to be tracked in the spread, and then the left cover page is free to draw in!
Focusing on a specific type of flower for a spread is a great idea, like this gorgeous lavender inspired bujo spread above.
Choosing a flower to focus on allows you to pick a theme colour and work with it in your spread.
(Plus, there are so many different types of flowers to choose from, that you can pick whatever theme colour you’d like for your spread!)
On the flip side, you can totally have a flower themed spread without any colour at all.
This floral spread above is a stunning example of a beautiful floral bullet journal spread without any colour.
I love the layout of this bullet journal spread; it’s quite unusual with the heading going down the page, and the border on the right with the flowers bursting through here and there is a lovely touch.
Here’s another stunning floral themed bullet journal spread for July.
I love the mix of colours, and the illustration at the bottom right is beautiful.
This is a great example of a spread with a beautiful theme that still has a clear purpose.
You can design your spread by starting with planning a layout for tracking, and then add in doodles and elements to create a theme in the remaining space.
Fruit Bullet Journal Spread for July
Another great theme idea for your July bullet journal spread is fruit.
Below are some really cool fruit themed bullet journal pages perfect for July:
The lettering for this July cover page is so unique!
Taking a heading and using doodles in the lettering is a really cool way to include illustrations in your spread.
It takes a lot of skill to ensure the drawings fill the space correctly so they appear to make the shape of a letter.
If you’re not a great illustrator, this look may be a bit tricky for you.
However, one way to make it a bit easier to recreate is to not do free hand; if you very gently draw out your bubble letters in pencil, fill them with your doodles in pen, and then rub out the bubble font outline, it should look really good!
Here is another beautiful example of a fruit themed cover page for July, created by Emma (you can check out this post onJune bujo ideas to see more of her work!).
The pinks and reds for the strawberries creates a really warm, vibrant look, perfect for a summer bullet journal spread.
The mixture of strawberries in full colour and just an outline also adds depth to the page; it’s a great idea for if you’re doing a repeat pattern, but don’t want to colour in all your repeats!
Watermelon July Bullet Journal Spread
This super cute spread really incorporates watermelon in every way possible.
The colours are watermelon inspired, the illustrations… even the dates in the boxes use green and pink!
The watermelon in its different stages is also a nice touch; the whole watermelon, half watermelon, and slices.
It reminds me of the old Jaffa Cake adverts where you see the Jaffa cake being eaten in different stages! And it would be easy to recreate this idea with other fruits or foods.
Ice Cream July Bullet Journal Spread
Let’s face it; summer really is the best time for ice cream!
And it makes the perfect bujo spread theme for July.
This ice cream inspired July cover page by Sofia is so cute; the colours go together so well, and the ice cream van illustration with the melting ice cream on top is a super quirky touch.
People think they need to go overboard with their spreads and keep adding more, but Sofia shows all you need is a cool drawing and a heading to make a perfect bullet journal page!
Unique July Bullet Journal Spread Ideas
Lastly, here are some cool July bullet journal spreads from instagram.
I couldn’t think of a category for them, but they were too fun not to share!
Check them out below:
This is a super quirky July cover page.
I love the mix of colours; in particular the red moon is very unique!
I’m also a big fan of drawings that are in a box or circle, but then break out of the circle slightly, like in this example with the cloud at the bottom.
Having a set space for drawing and doodling in is a good way to keep your spreads looking neat and tidy, and also isn’t as daunting as having the whole page to work with!
I love this dinosaur bullet journal spread.
The pastel colours are so cute, and together with the dinosaur doodles gives it a young, child friendly look.
You can see if you look closely that the dinosaur doodles are mostly coloured shapes, with a bit of line drawing added on top.
If you’re not a big fan of really detailed drawing this method for adding doodles is a great idea, as it’s simple to do but still looks really good.
You start by drawing a coloured shape, and then you add some line drawing here and there to make the shape resemble something (in this case Paige has added spikes, spots, and a lil’ face on each colour blob, to make them resemble cute dinosaurs!).
Really easy to recreate, and looks AMAZING… But doesn’t require a tonne of artistic skills for your spread!
July Bullet Journal Themes Roundup
I hope you’ve enjoyed this post on July bujo ideas.
Hopefully they have given you plenty of theme ideas for your July spread!
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