If you have been around for a while, you may have noticed that I love the use of watercolor in my bullet journal layouts. I use both paint and pen as well as brush pens. This unique form of paint can be used in so many different ways to enhance your planning spread. If you have never used watercolor before, I highly recommend you give it a shot. Here are 30 bullet journal layouts that use watercolor fearlessly!
This layout is super fun because of the use of a fun font in addition to the splatter effect of the paint. Also, I just love the way watercolor moves on its own and creates such unique patterns and shapes.
Word per Day by @bujo.by.anouk
I love “one word per day” layouts because they are really whatever you make them. Further, this one used washi tape to leave white spaces in the paint to write in words. This is such an amazing idea.
The blending in this layout is gorgeous and such a great way to bring in a new month! Also, the lettering is beautiful.
Here is a beautiful art page. Further, I love a good art page added to a bullet journal planner.
This layout just goes to show you that watercolors can be used in any type of page, even lecture notes! Additionally, the doodling and lettering are beautiful.
Hello June Splattered Watercolor by @lacqueredworld
I love this splattered effect in this spread. Further, you can do so many things using watercolor paint, and the splattered effect one of the easiest ways to implement it.
This isn’t a bullet journal spread per-say. However, I’ve included it because it’s a neat tutorial for creating fall trees in watercolor. Additionally, it gives you a basic idea of how this painting style works!
Again, this is not a planning spread. But it is a beautiful work of art done using watercolor and paint. Further, I love the way this layout looks and it could be easily thrown into a planning spread!
Splash Weekly from Pinterest
I love this bright and colorful watercolor effect! Additionally, I would like to know what they used to get such clean lines in the weekly spaces!
Another aspect that I love about watercoloring is when the watercoloring is behind the text. This layout is not finished yet, but, I can imagine how great it will look once the text is added!
This spread is confusing to look at initially. However, if you look closely, she has added a ton of paint splotches behind the text and doodles. Further, I love the way this looks!
The way the paint was used in this layout is really cool and gives the illusion of clouds! How beautiful!
The way watercolors blend and move together is fascinating! This hello march layout does a great job at showing this off!
Little Coffee Fox does such a great job with watercolors. This layout is pretty simple compared to her other work but I love it! I highly recommend checking her out if you are interested in using watercolor paint in your journal or planner.
I love the color choice of these pain splotches, they are a fantastic choice behind the daily headers.
This layouts is such a clean example of the use of watercolor. I would love to watch this one be made!
This layout is one that I created using watercolor paints. Things like crystals are a great way to start with watercoloring because there is no specific shape since crystals are so organic.
The pink used in this layout is gorgeous and the lines are so clean! I would love to learn how this look was achieved, I assume a stencil.
I love the way the paint was used to make each day look like a bubble! Great work!
The organicness of this layout is what draws me in, I love how this layout keeps that organic shape but also creates such a beautiful picture!
Similar to the next layout, watercolor is really great behind headers, this layout uses a variety of colors and patterns to show off the paint’s plethora of uses.
I love the bright blue and purple splotches in this layout, it is perfect to lay behind a title or header.
A little splash of watercolor is sometimes all that is needed to do the trick! Its a great addition to any layout.
Here is Little Coffee Fox again, except this time the paint is on the outside of the boxes instead of inside. This layout is still just as beautiful!
Watercolor paints are so fun to play with, a planning page is sometimes not even needed. Sometimes you just want to play around with the paints!
I love the use of color and nature in this art spread, its seriously so beautiful!
A hello page is a wonderful place to throw in some watercoloring! This layout is the perfect example.
15-Minute Tasks by @nola.maine_
I love the blending of colors in this layout, it looks so fantastic!
Again, throwing some watercolor behind a layout can turn out to be so gorgeous!
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