I really struggled to come up with a theme for February. But, I settled on gold because I do not like theming my months around significant holidays, at least not obviously. I also don’t really care for Valentine’s day so I had to get creative. Check out what I came up with for my February gold bullet journal spread.
Instead of a Valentines, pink, red, or heart-themed layout, I thought about doing cherries—a recommendation from someone on Instagram, I also thought about something black and minimal. Neither felt right. When working on a client planner, the thought hit me! I would go solid gold for February. This will match my minimal gold theme for the whole planner and felt inspiring!
There are two distinct layouts in my February spread the hello page and the weekly spreads. The hello layout is coated in gold paint. In the center in a simple cursive font is “February.”
The weekly layouts are also painted with gold all except the center, enough space for 7 columns. These columns are identified by thick black lines. In a capital print font is the day of the week and date at the top of every column. February and the week number are in a similar cursive to the hello page, at the top of both pages.
- Arteza Gold Acrylic Paint
- Sakura PenTouch Paint Marker – Black 2.0mm
- Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pens
- Leuchtturm 1017 – Navy Blue
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