18 Inspiring May Hello Title Pages For Your Bullet Journal

18 Inspiring May Cover Pages For Your Bullet Journal

May is just around the corner, and it's about time everyone is creating their May bullet journal spreads. Coming up with a theme or hello page can sometimes be the most challenging part of creating a new setup. I've compiled 18 hello May layouts to help spark your inspiration!

Lavender Plants

source: @hey.makes
This hello page is so simple, yet it is beautiful at the same time. Further, I love the whimsical feel of the lavender plants. Additionally, the lettering is phenomenal.

Daisies & Butterflies

bullet journal open to page with "hello may" over picutre of a butterfly on daisies
sources: @happybujolife

You really cannot go wrong using daisies and other flowers this time of the year. Spring has sprung, and flowers are in full bloom (most places anyway). Not only does this layout includes daisies, but there are also butterflies! I love the way @happybujolife drew “hello” as a flight path of the smaller butterfly.

Simple Floral Hello May Layout

pink yellow purple blue may hello title MariaVictoria
source: MariaVictoria
This hello page is so simple, yet it is beautiful at the same time. Further, I love the whimsical feel of the lavender plants. Additionally, the lettering is phenomenal.

May Sunflowers

notebook open to page with square on page with bouquets of sunflowers
source: @_bullet_journal_7

I know, I know, more flowers!? I swear I did not do this on purpose; the floral layouts are just on point for May! Further, sunflowers are a great theme idea for a hello May layout. Also, I love the way that this layout appears to be a bouquet of sunflowers. Additionally, the grey box behind the flowers is a nice touch.

Disney Castle

bullet journal page with script "may" header and doodle of disney castle
source: @planningwithsoul

Who doesn’t love a quality Disney layout!? This one is stunning including only the Disney castle. I love the use of purple as well.

May Mountains

cover page with script header and circular window showing mountain doodles
source: @sfstudies
I am a huge fan of circles used as windows into different worlds. This circle is a window into a beautiful mountainous region. Additionally, the little shapes in the corners and the lettering are beautiful additions!

Cup of Coffee

bullet journal page showing a doodle of coffee cup with mini may calendar

Who doesn’t love coffee!? You really cannot go wrong using coffee as a theme at any time of the year. This hello May page also features a little mini calendar. Finally, the coffee beans raining from the sky are such a fun addition!

Hello May Potted Plants

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Here is my hello May layout from 2018. I absolutely love how these potted houseplants turned out. For some reason, houseplants are the perfect theme for March and May! So, you can add houseplants using watercolor as I did here, or you can sketch, paint, or add stickers. It is an excellent May theme!

May 2019

black and white abstract page with "2019" mixed into art
source: @mrsdjournals
I am not entirely sure what this is, but I love it! I love the contrast that black and white imagery has, and this layout is the perfect example. So, Black and white is such a great way to open up the month of May!

May Fish

bullet journal page with fish behind rectangle which has header and minicalendar
source: @jasmincreates
You don’t see fish being used very often in bullet journals, what’s up with that? Anyways, this hello may layout features a cool fish both in color and in black and white. Then, the effect of the box going down the center gives to the fish is such a good idea. This layout is all-around great!

Flowers & Butterflies

source: @sun.wave.journal
We’ve already featured a lot of floral layouts in this post. However, this layout takes a different approach than those ones. It’s different in that it is far more cartoon-like. Additionally, did you notice that some of those “flowers” are actually butterflies! I love the creativity of this hello may layout.

May The Force Be With You

bullet journal open to may cover page. Bold outlined font says "may the force be with you" and mini calendar in bottom right corner. marker and headphones left of notebook
photo credit: @gwilsstudies

In big, bold Starwars font, “May the force be with you” is splattered on this cover page. I love this play on words, especially on May 4th! Super minimal and creative layout!

Lavender & Lemons

cover page with lemon and lavendar doodles and yellow header
source: @meganvanwormer
Lemons and Lavender are such a unique combination. I love this spring and summer combination for a May theme. Personally, I love the combination of yellow and purple. Additionally, I love the use of lemons and the used lavender in a bullet journal theme.

Whales May Cover Page

whale art on may cover with quote
source: @not_subtitle

This layout is not only a hello page but is also a quotes page. The use of the stars and night sky with the swimming whales is gorgeous. This quote reads, “Chance to take it all back whatever it takes” I am not sure where this quote is from, but the use of lettering is very creative.

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Yellow Bees

source: @bulletjournal.for.her
Having these cute little bees flying around their honeycombs is a super cute hello may theme. I love geometric shapes in bullet journal layouts. So, this combination of cute and geometric is candy to my eyes.

Hanging Plants

source: @carlacid.ink

How adorable are these hanging glass globes filled with succulents! I have a few of these hanging planters in my home, and I love them! As I’ve mentioned already, plants and greenery are the perfect themes for a Hello May spread!

Tetris May Cover

source: @bullet.journal.ass

Tetris is super nostalgic for me. I used to play the game with my sisters when I was a kid, and I remember being pretty decent at it. With the game’s new rise in popularity, a Tetris layout is perfect for this May! Also, it’s super easy to replicate and understand!

Watercolor Shelf

source: @bujokv

As you know, I love the use of watercolor. Additionally, I love the use of houseplants and greenery! This layout involves both things which I love so much. Also, it looks incredible! What do you think about the use of paint in a bullet journal?? Let me know in the comments!

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