Get some inspiration for your next bullet journal layout through these inspirational spreads
For June, I have continued my nerdy theme with a Legend of Zelda spread. Also, it’s June. Meaning 6 months have passed. Half of the year is gone. What have I been doing all this time? But also, It’s JUNE. E freaking 3 has happened. And my spreads are Legend of Zelda themed. This was not exactly planned, other than the fact that I wanted my bullet journal to be nerdier this year. But did you see the Breath of the Wild 2 Announcement? I’m so pumped! But I digress. I’m not the most artistic of them all, and I still have a long way to go in developing a…
I wanted to get a little nerdy in my bullet journal this year. With May the 4th, I figured what better time than to start here. Here’s how you can replicate this spread. This blog post does contain affiliate links, in case you want to use the same materials I did. If you buy anything through those links, I may earn a small commission but at no extra cost to you. This will help power the blog to do more cool things. MATERIALS I USED: Micron pens A ruler Tombow Dual Brush Pens (Including these black ones) May Monthly Spread For this monthly spread, I found a cool illustration to…
Take a look at this great set of April spreads from Danelle! She’s the one who inspired me to try the bee and honeycomb layout so I thought it super appropriate to add her to my inspiring spreads section. Her bees are way cuter than mine (I struggled with making them look too much like wasps…). April Cover Page/Illustration Love this cover page! The bees are so much happier than mine, and it’s probably because of those pastel flowers. She had a stencil to work with for the honeycombs, but if you don’t have a stencil, I have a great blog article about how to draw a hexagon. April Monthly…
It's April and I'm done with winter. To celebrate the spring, I wanted a bright and colorful April bullet journal spread. What's brighter than yellow? April's bullet journal theme is bees, honeybees, and honeycombs. Here's how I made this spread.