Currently, we are all lockup up in our homes, so, I thought that a nature-themed bullet journal round-up was perfect. This round-up of bullet journal layout was inspired by calming nature themes and visuals.
It may feel out of place in this round-up, but I wanted to include this nautical spread regardless. I believe a nice beach scene with some natural creatures is such a fun theme for any layout! So, if you love nautical themes, check out my underwater bullet journal round-up HERE.
One theme I have never really thought about using is food. I have never considered using food as a theme for my planner, but after running into quite a few food-inspired layouts on Instagram, I am in love. Check out these amazing food-inspired bullet journal layouts.
Do you enjoy boba? This layout is such a fun way to track moods using boba drinks. There are so many different boba drinks and flavors that you can really get creative with this type of food or drink tracker!
Pizza Cover Page
Who doesn’t love pizza!? Pizza is such a universally loved food. It is sure to be a hit theme for your bullet journal.
I am not a huge fan of avocado which is such an unpopular opinion. Regardless, I absolutely love the style and creativity of this March cover page!
Fruit Weekly Log
What is your favorite fruit?? I absolutely cannot pick, but this bullet journal weekly log does a phenomenal job of implementing so many fruits into such a cute food-inspired bullet journal layout!
Food Mood Tracker
I personally really enjoy this style of mood tracker. Food is not the center piece but still really adds to the theme of it! Also, there is more space to identify more specific moods and emotions versus sticking to a select few.
Looking for some help with your food and fruit doodles!? I love these doodle guides and how easy they make really cute doodles for those who aren’t super artistic or creative on their own!
Donut Sprinkles Mood Tracker
I see A LOT of donut themed bullet journal layouts and I love them. This one is super unique because you track your moods on the sprinkles and not in individual donuts like normal!
Just Peachy Cover Page
I love a good food pun and peach theme! Do you enjoy peaches or do you prefer nectarines?
If you use braindumps and enjoy avocados this layout is absolutely perfect for you! I love the use of a border as well!
You literally cannot go wrong with a pineapple theme! I love pineapple and I love the pineapple theme in any bullet journal or planner!
Fruit & Quote
Check out these adorable little fruits with human characteristics. These fruit characters really bring this quote layout to life. Do you utilized food or quotes in your journal and themes?
Picnic Shish Kabobs
With warmer weather coming quickly and physical distancing keeping us all separate, a picnic might be a fun activity for you and your roommates, families, or significant others. Make a meal and sit out on your balcony, porch, or local park. Maybe add picnic themes to your bullet journal and shish kabobs to your picnic!
S’mores! I absolutely love s’mores and I love the concept of this weekly log page. It looks super clean and includes two weeks, each with it’s own page but they are drawn together with the diagonal imagery in the center!
Sweet Treats Weekly Log
Popsicle or ice cream cone, which do you prefer? I love myself a good Popsicle, but ice cream is also so good! This layout is a really fun sweet treat weekly log and I love the variety of treats included in the artwork!
Ice Cream vs. Donuts
This last layout is another one that is making me crave dessert before dinner! I love this challenge and I think I have to pick donuts! What do you pick?
Do you love these food-inspired bullet journal layouts? Check out some other amazing bullet journal inspiration over HERE.
One of the most popular items in my shop is the custom bullet-journal-inspired planners. These are 100% customizable and make bullet journaling so much easier for you! That being said, for each order created, I take pictures and video of the notebook to help inspire your own custom planner. Today, we will be walking through a purple Disney princess and succulent bullet journal created for Liz.
Liz purchased a custom bullet-journal-inspired planner. I created her custom planner in a Leuchtturm1917 A5 Dotted Hardcover in Gold. Liz requested purple for her secondary color. Further, the layouts involved include a watercolor cover page, 2020 at a glance, bills and budget tracker, self-care routine, fitness tracker, mood tracker, monthly overview, and weekly grid log. Here you can read more about Liz’s custom planner.
Liz requested the watercolor cover page option with “Liz” in brush lettering for the main header and “let’s get our shit together” in print font as the secondary header. Blue and purple were blended together for the watercolor.
2020 At A Glance
This year at a glance features 12 months, January 2020 through December 2020, in a calendar format. Further, the months are horizontally indicated in purple script lettering. Then, “2020” is at the top of the page in a print font. Lastly, “at a glance” is in a script font as well.
Bills & Budget Tracker
This tracker is a chart-style tracker for bills and budgeting. The header is “bills & budget” in a purple brush lettering. The columns in the chart include expense, due date, amount due, autopay, and a column for each month.
This layout includes a silhouette of a female’s head with her hair in a ponytail. I wrote the header, “Self-Care” in white minimal script over top of the silhouette. Further, the purpose of this spread is to be a self-care menu.
This page is a grid involving a square for each day of the year. Down the right side is a key indicating how to fill in the square for each day. Additionally, the header is “fitness” in purple brush lettering and there is a cat and houseplant washi tape as an accent.
Mood Pixels Tracker
Similar to the fitness tracker, this page is a grid involving a square for each day of the year. Down the left side is a key indicating how to fill in the square for each day. The key is unfinished so that Liz could decide how to fill it in. Additionally, the header is “mood” in purple brush lettering and “pixels” and “2020” in a print font. Lastly, there is cat and houseplant washi tape as an accent.
For each month, I used a simple grid calendar. The lettering for this layout is a purple brush lettering font. Additionally, there is a column to the right of the calendar. The column is labeled “goals.” Important to note is Liz’s theme is Disney princess, succulents, and cats. So, for each month I included a doodle of a Disney princess at the bottom of the “goals” column. Each month has its own princess. Below is the list of princesses included.
Ariel from The Little Mermaid
Belle from Beauty and the Beast
Rapunzel from Tangled
Pocahontas from Pocahontas
Aurora from Sleeping Beauty
Mulan from Mulan
Jasmine from Aladin
Cinderella from Cinderella
Merida from Brave
Tiana from The Princess and the Frog
Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
Weekly Grid Log
The weekly grid layout is a weekly layout that encompasses seven days. Further, each page includes eight squares that make up the grid. Seven of the boxes are for the days of the week, and the 8th box is blank. For the headers, the lettering utilizes a purple brush lettered font. Additionally, all of the other letterings are done using a black print font.
Erin ordered a custom bullet-journal-inspired planner. Her planner is a Leuchtturm1917 A5 Dotted Hardcover in Black. The primary colors used for her notebook are watercolor jewel-tone. Further, the layouts involved include a title page, flog, monthly calendar, weekly rows, and monthly grocery list, notes page, and to-do list. Here you can read more about Erin’s planner.
Erin’s title layout is a muted jewel-tone green watercolor title page. For the header, “Erin’s” is in a calligraphy font. Then, on the second line, “shit show” is in an all-caps print font.
This future log includes 12 months. Each page features three months each with a row. Then, each row has a mini-calendar. Finally, the headers for each month are jewel-tone script lettering.
For each monthly layout, I used a simple grid calendar. Then, the header is a simple black script lettering on top of a watercolor jewel-tone splotch. Additionally, the header is located vertically down the right side.
The weekly layouts include seven rows, four on the left page and three on the right. Then, the main header is in black script lettering. And finally, the day of the week is a black print letter with the date is a small subscript. Similar to the monthly calendar, the daily headers are over the top of some jewel-tone watercolor.
This layout is a primarily blank two-page spread. Further, this spread includes a header similar to the previous headers in that it includes black script lettering over watercolor jewel tone sections. Further, there are little doodles on most of these pages according to month themes.
Notes & To-Do List
This final layout is incredibly similar to the grocery list, except, it is two layouts morphed together. Further, the left page is the notes and the right page is the to-do list and each has its own black script letter with jewel-tone watercolor and month-themed doodles.
With spring approaching fast, I am getting more and more excited for summer (my favorite season)! To celebrate my excitement, I decided to do a quick little round-up of sunflower bullet journal page inspiration! In this round-up, I have gathered over 15 different types of layouts that incorporate sunflower visuals!
Sunflowers make for great mood tracker! These flowers have so many petals it is easy to use them for 30 or so days of moods. I love this one, the petals are so pretty!
How To Draw Sunflowers
Ever wondered how to draw a solid sunflower in your bullet journal?? I love these quick doodle tutorials, they are so easy to follow and helpful!
October Cover Page
This cover picture stands out to me for several reasons. First, the mood coloring is so different than the rest of these layouts and is super gorgeous! Second, I love the use of color in the polaroid and black and white around the polaroid!
Blue Mood Tracker
Here is another version of the sunflower mood tracker. I like this one because it incorporates several sunflowers instead of just one! If you prefer to call them daisies, this imagery is super versatile!
Sunflower Habit Tracker Tutorial
Have you ever thought of using a sunflower image as a habit tracker? I sure have not and I love the concept! I wish a key was included so that I could see how it is used!
How absolutely beautiful is the background of this weekly bullet journal spread! I love it when the theme or visual fill the background of a layout like this one does!
Do you use braindumps? When you do a braindump; how do you organized the spread? I love this particular dump and how they used the sunflower as a backdrop for the header and twinkle lights as a border! It looks amazing and very much like a summer bullet journal spread!
I would love to see how Kelly created this wonderful August cover page! At first glance, I would assume watercolor paint but I believe she used Tombow Dual Brush Pens! I love this!
June Cover Page
I created this June cover page for Jenny and I LOVE the way it turned out. I had not thought to do something like this with two flowers before she had requested it and I can see myself re-using the spread!
Sunflower Weekly Log
How cool is this weekly spread? I love the art style and the use of textured washi tape!
Sunflower Sleep Log
Sunflowers are not only a great centerpiece of a bullet journal page, but they also make a good accent and space filler. This layout does such a great job with these details!