Liv’s Pink and Purple Custom Planner

Liv ordered a custom bullet-journal-inspired planner. Her planner is a purple Leuchtturm1917 A5 Dotted Hardcover. The primary colors used for Liv's notebook are blue, green, yellow, and gray. Further, the layouts involved include a title page, index, key, future log, bill tracker, year in pixels, goals, monthly overview, and weekly log. Here you can read more about Liv's planner.

Liv ordered a custom bullet-journal-inspired planner. Her planner is a purple Leuchtturm1917 A5 Dotted Hardcover. The primary colors used for Liv’s notebook are pink and purple. Further, the layouts involved include a title page, index, key, future log, bill tracker, year in pixels, goals, monthly overview, and weekly log. Here you can read more about Liv’s planner. 

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Layouts Included

Here you can learn more about the layouts for Liv’s custom planner.

Watercolor Title Page

This spread opens the notebook with purple and pink watercolor. The background of the concept includes a light purple watercolor circle. Then, over the edges of the circle are four pink and purple watercolor flowrs. The header is “Liv’s” in black brush lettering and “2020 Bullet Planner” in black print font.

Index

The next spread is a three-page index. The index has a bold pink and purple header and includes each layout and the pages they are on. The page numbers are in the left column and layout title in the right column.

Key

Following the index is a simple key page. The header is in a purple script, and then the essential items are in the center of the page. The legend is within a bold box, including several key items specifically requested by Liv.

Future Log

The future log spread includes two months per page. The monthly headers are in pink or purple brush lettering. Below the headers are mini calendars. Further, below each monthly section is a combined section for both months for events and deadlines by date. Dotted lines border each section area.

Bill Tracker

Following the future log is a year long bill tracker with sections left blank for bills to be inputted for each month. The areas where a header is inputted are highlighted in pink or purple.

Year in Pixels

Next, Liv requested a year in pixels spread to track her moods as well as to total her moods for each month in the year. There is a square for each day of each month. Additionally, there is a square for each mood to be totaled each month, and for the full year.

Goals

This goals spread includes four sections to clarify a main goal, steps to reach the goal, and a reward for reaching the goal. Headers are in pink or purple brush lettering.

Monthly Overview

The left page of the monthly overview includes six sections. The sections are for goals, events, stuff to plan, reading list, watch list, and reflection. Then, the right page includes a monthly calendar and notes section, and next month section. The headers for this spread are in a pink or purple minimal script.

Weekly Log

Finally, the week log includes an area for each day of the week as well as for “next week.” Further, each section header is a minimal script highlighted in pink or purple. Additionally, the far left section includes the main header, mini calendar with that week highlighted, habit tracker, budget tracker, and a daily gratitude section. The main header is in pink or purple brush lettering.

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25+ Calming Nature-Inspired Bullet Journal Layout Ideas

Nature is such a soothing and calming bujo theme. This round-up of bullet journal layout was inspired by calming nature themes and visuals.

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.

Hello March Mountain Sunrise Cover

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I love this first layout because of the happy vibes, bright colors, and simplicity. There is just something about this one that makes me happy.

February Tropical Leaves Cover

Winter Cabin Weekly Log

I love the cabin-in-the-woods vibe of this layout! Additionally, I love the center imagery and artwork is diagonal! So, it really gives this spread some fun dimension and looks really nice!

Mood Child Nature Artwork

Moose & Forest Weekly Log

Nautical Habit Tracker

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.

December Winter Nature Cover

February Mountain Scene Cover

Natural Forest Weekly Log

Treehouse Doodle

Moon Forest Doodle

Autumn Nature Trail Quote Page

Watercolor Branches

How to Doodle A Mountain

Who doesn’t love a good doodle tutorial? I like this one because of the mountain style, plus she’s added explanations!

Vacation Week One

Forest Cat

Nature in August

Birchwood Monthly Log

Autumn Weekly Log

Leaf Instagram Tracker

Watercolor Autumn Trees November Cover

Nature Mountain Weekly Log

Nature Mood Tracker

November Monthly Log Forest

Autumn Leaf Mood Tracker

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Erin’s Watercolor Jewel-Tone Plan-with-Me

Looking for some great inspiration for using watercolor or jewel tones in your bullet journal? Check out Erin's custom watercolor jewel tone bullet journal!

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. 

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Layouts Included

Here you can learn more about the layouts for Erin’s custom planner.

Watercolor Title Page

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.

Future Log

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.

Monthly Calendar

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.

Weekly Rows: 

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.

Grocery List

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.

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16+ Sunflower Themed Bullet Journal Layout Ideas

With spring approaching fast, I am getting more and more excited for summer! here is a quick little round-up of sunflower bullet journal page inspiration!

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!

Sunflower Mood Tracker

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

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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!

A Week In May

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!

Braindump

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!

Hello August

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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

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Jenny

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

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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!

Circle Mood Tracker

How sweet is this circular mood tracker? The shades of yellow make for such a bright and happy feel. additionally, the sunflowers really pull together the yellow shades, theme, and happy vibe!

Flower Petal Mood Tracker

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Sunflower Mood Tracker

Here is just another awesome sunflower mood tracker! This one is completely blank!

Sunflower Mood Tracker

I love these cute little mood tracker flowers! The creation of not only the flowers but also the environment really adds to the concept and visual of the spread!

Kathleen’s Watercolor Title Page

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I love this very minima watercolor bullet journal cover page! No details, just simple watercolor artwork! Do you use watercolor in your bullet journal?

2019 Watercolor Sunflower

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Flowers in general, but particularly sunflowers make for great header or cover page artwork because of the large centers of the flowers. You can fit a lot of lettering and additional details in the large center. This cover page is one example where I put the header and a doodle in the center of the flower!

Black & White Sunflower

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I recently created this pen artwork for a custom journal client and she loves it! Her theme was very bold, black, and white for the most part and she requested something including a sunflower. I think that you cannot go wrong with some sketch-style artwork!

What is your favorite theme to use in your bullet journal? Is it sunflowers or other flowers? Let us know in the comments! Love checking out our bullet journal ideas? Get more inspiration HERE.

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Metallic Green March 2020 Plan-with-Me

This post will be a brief overview of my bullet journal layout for March 2020 where I decided to do a switch up with a metallic green theme.

This post will be a brief overview of my bullet journal layout for March 2020. I decided to do a little bit of a switch up with this month’s theme.

As I mentioned in my 2020 overview video, I plan to keep this year simple to give me time to work on other things. Let’s get started.

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The Metallic Green Process

As you probably know, I have been trying to be more minimalistic this year with my own personal bullet journal due to time. However, it is a little boring for me to keep everything the same each month. So, to mix things up, I decided to start using other metallic colors. Because the general theme for March is green for St. Patty’s Day, I chose a metallic green color. This metallic green has replaced the gold for March.

The Layout Descriptions

Nothing except the metallic color has changed for the month of March. Essentially, the function of the spread is the same as it was for February and January. However, let’s dive into if you aren’t familiar. The left page is where I keep my schedule for Monday through Saturday by the half-hour. This one is super useful to help me keep track of meetings and appointments. Then, on the right page is six rectangle boxes representing each day of the week. Saturday and Sunday share the sixth box. Here is where I mark all-day events, holidays, due dates, and daily to-dos. This spread has been working phenomenally for me and I intend to keep it!

Additional Layouts

Finally, let’s talk about extra layouts. First, I wanted to show off an update about my plant care tracker which I showed an unfinished version of last month. Ultimately, the main change is the header. I have to add a day of water and do a fertilizing session soon!

Next, I added a video ideas page! I had not added my ideas at the time I took the photo, but I am so excited to explore new video ideas both for ElizabethJournals and ElizabethPlants!

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