If you’re in need of some impressive bullet journal header ideas, this post is definitely for you. After researching for my own bullet journal, I thought that creating a few resource pages would be a great idea to include in the bullet journal. It would mean a little less Pinterest and Instagram time but it could also mean faster bullet journal layout creation! I’m down for that.
24 Brilliant Bullet Journal Header Ideas
Part One: 12 Bullet Journal Title Ideas:
Lettering Tips For Your Bullet Journal
Before we get started today, I wanted to share these awesome, simple lettering tips for your bullet journal. I might even do a brand new post full of easy lettering ideas for your bujo! Grab your favourite mechanical pencil and start practising before you actually do it in your bujo. Trust me on that one! I’ve had some horrific bujo layouts because I tried to be cocky and skip that step.
Font Ideas For Your Bullet Journal
This post is awesome because it shares LOADS of lettering ideas for bullet journal headers. It doesn’t have to just be one style. I seem to always default on one lettering style, so I need to practice others or create a cheat sheet inside my bujo.
Simple Header Ideas For Your Bullet Journal
These header ideas are so cute! I simply had to include them. They are so simple, you don’t need to have any special lettering skills, as everything is pretty much simple line drawing.
Bubble Lettering Header Idea For The Bullet Journal
You don’t have to create the same type of bubble writing every time you attempt it; you can add a new dimension by creating a line ‘shadow’. It makes it stand out from the page a lot more.
No Lettering Required – Stamped Bullet Journal Header
Hand Lettering Header Ideas For Your Bullet Journal
I love these header ideas! It’s making me think that I just need to create a journal full of these little ‘ideas’ reference pages. Doing so would make bullet journal layouts a lot quicker to create.
Minty Fresh Title Ideas
I love the use of the Crayola Supertips marker and the Zig. Being able to blend them together creates a fabulous two tone effect on the hand lettering. I love this disc bound journal!
Geometric Weekly Arrows
These geometric arrows would be great to create in your bullet journal, exactly as they are shown here. That way, you can use it as a reference page for the rest of your layouts. The same can be said for any of the lettering and header ideas here but particularly a full-page reference or key.
Stunning Advanced Lettering Bullet Journal Layout
Impressive Weekly Headers
I love these headers because they are SO simple. All you need is a highlighter to create background letters and a fine liner to create the fauxligraphy trick (the first layout shared).
Adorable Weekly Header Ideas For Your Bullet Journal
Look at all of these fabulous ideas. My goodness, you really could fill a reference journal pretty quickly. It also serves as GREAT practice time for your hand lettering. You will improve in no time at all. If you need extra help, check out this post;
Perfect Handwriting And A Simple Header Idea
I cannot tell you how happy this layout makes me feel. It could be the Friends nostalgia giving me the warm and fuzzies but honestly, I think the handwriting and the simplicity of the entire layout is perfect.
If you love perfect handwriting, then look at this post. It has 25 examples of perfect handwriting for you to try and copy. Want to improve your handwriting? Check out these guides;
Part Two: 12 Monthly Bullet Journal Header Ideas
January Bullet Journal Header Idea
Need help with brush lettering? Join the club! No, there’s not really a club, I just really need to practice my Tombow techniques!
I love the use of colour around the brush lettered header. The illustrations in this journal are SO good! Out of this world good. Learning how to colour like this is going to be my next major goal. I just need to find the perfect class.
February Bullet Journal Header Idea
The February written here is one of my favourites because it is so simple to create and it looks so impressive. My favourite thing is the different tones used in the title as it makes it pop out from the page.
March Cover/Bullet Journal Header
This little doodle reminds me of the beautiful illustrations by August Wren. I wanted to take this class of hers on CreativeBug but I just didn’t have the time to commit to a painting class. Although it’s next on the list. When it comes to doodling little flowers like this, I simply need to practice my illustration style and find my own way.
April Bullet Journal Header
This is a fabulous little layout that is…. Truly out of this world. *groan* I hear you! Sorry, I couldn’t resist. The lettering itself is so unique and I LOVE it. Not to mention the adorable little illustrations. Thankfully you can find lots of little stencils, so the stars and shapes of the planets can be taken care of easily.
May Bullet Journal Header
Being able to see different lettering styles of specific words can be incredibly useful for bullet journalers and beginner hand letterers. The use of illustration in the hand lettered layout is lovely!
Top Tip: It’s SO easy to create leaves like that with tombow markers, you simply put pressure on the nib and it naturally ends up making the leaf shape!
June Bullet Journal Header
I love cherries so I was naturally drawn to this lovely layout! The blending of both colours is great and it really makes a difference to the word. A little white on top would make it pop right off the page.
Fabulous Monthly Bullet Journal Headers – July
I added this layout because it’s incredibly simple to do, you don’t need to know how to create fauxligraphy, although you can practice using the mini guide above. All you need to know is cursive handwriting and you can create this header with a bubble detail surrounding the word.
August Monthly Header Idea
This August layout is beautiful. Using a big Crayola marker or highlighter you could create a word like this. The little floral detail is just beautiful and I love the simplicity of the word ‘hello’. I learned how to create lettering like this from a book called The Botanical Hand Lettering Workbook.
September Bullet Journal Monthly Header
Another little layout that is out of this world! I love these little illustrations, they are so cute. They seem to be simple enough to recreate and where you struggle to create doodles, you can always use a stencil like this and join up the lines.
Seasonal Bullet Journal Monthly Header – October
The colours used in this layout are so beautiful and a perfect palette for autumn/fall. I love my Crayola Supertip markers and they’re a GREAT affordable option if you can’t afford to buy all the shades of the Mild Liners or even Tombows. These are a beautiful reference page idea!
Colourful November – Monthly Bullet Journal Headers
The great thing about including all the months of the year in this post, is so that you can see the change of colours with the seasons. Not only that, but you can also see how each particular word looks in a specific style of lettering that you may want to copy. I love the colours chosen for these examples because it shows a beautiful subtle transition into winter from the fall months.
Simple December Bullet Journal Header
I love the simplicity of this title. It’s perfect for beginner hand letterers, all you have to do is practice your handwriting! Again, remember to do it in your bullet journal using a mechanical pencil first, so you don’t end up ruining an entire page because of wonky lines.
Creating fancy titles doesn’t have to be difficult, with some of the mini-guides and bullet journal header ideas shared with you today. Some of them are so simple to create but even if you if are a more advanced hand letterer, there are some beautiful options above!