Are you in need of some bullet journal page ideas to envision your month? There isn’t just one way to create a bullet journal layout, which is why I love bullet journaling so much!
Some incredible superstars are coming up through the bullet journaling movement, and I’m excited to share all of these layouts with you today. There are sticky notes all over my bujo, waiting for me to get drawing!
The Monthly Bullet Journal Page Ideas To Steal!
When it comes to using markers in your journal, I have tried them all. These Crayola Supertips are absolutely perfect to use in your bullet journal. Not only are they are cheap and easy to access but there are so many colour options, you can buy a pack of 50. If you love a blended watercolor effect without adding lots of water to paper that can’t handle it, you may want to invest in Tombow Dual Brush Pens.
I often get asked about the pen I use with my Tombow Markers. I use Uni Pin Fine Liner pens and I highly recommend them.
LOOKING FOR A JOURNAL ON A BUDGET?
Check out some of these rather excellent journals that you can buy if you’re on a budget. Awesome Bullet Journal Notebooks by Price:
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Bullet Journal Page Ideas
Cristina is currently getting her masters degree in Architecture which explains her fabulous Bullet Journal layouts. This Bullet Journal is beautiful and is a DIY bujo created by Cristina to meet her needs.
I have two bullet journals to fill before I can DIY my own version but I LOVE the DIY version. You can remove pages, create 3d headers. There are so many things you can do with a disc-bound bullet journal like this one. If you decide to make one, you will need to buy the inserts separately. What a flipping time saver!
I’ve been doodling in my bullet journals like crazy trying to use them up.
Cristina has an ah-mazing Youtube Channel, and I’ve watched nearly all of her videos. They’re rather mesmerising!
An older layout by Cristina that still looks great. The monthly calendar on one page is one of my favourite things at the moment. I’ve been doing ALL of my monthly bullet journal layouts in the same way; it’s time for a change.
One Month On One Page Bullet Journal Spread
The Nephena Studies Instagram feed is perfect for any artistic Type A! An incredible lettering job and beautiful illustrations.
I’m always jealous of people using Copic markers in their Bullet Journals. They bleed like crazy in the Leuchtturm1917, but not as much in the Rhodiarama journal.
The Rhodiarama has thicker pages though so Copics might be better. I will test them out and let you know! Shadowing and bleed-through is a real pet peeve of mine. Hands up in the comments if you would like a comparison video.
Monthly Bullet Journal Page Ideas
This is another DIY
Amanda has done a fabulous job with her bullet journaling and Instagram feed.
Of course, I had to go and buy some more washi tape immediately.
Using Rubber Stamps In Your Bullet Journal
I love the use of rubber stamps in this layout! Again, another monthly design on a page and it’s simple. Keeping your bullet journal simple is the key to consistency.
If you make your layouts simple, then you are far more likely to keep going and be motivated to use it more.
Double Page Monthly Spread In The Bullet Journal
Not to be confused with BuJournalism, which is the previous layout shared with you. This would be a great calendar to use as an editorial calendar, just because of the size.
Feeling Floral Monthly Layout
This year, I’ve tried many different layouts. Switching between colourful, colourful and floral, minimalist and floral but there are always flowers.
The use of MildLiners and Crayola Supertips actually made my heart skip with excitement! These markers do cause some shadowing on Leuchtturm paper but are great with zero shadowing on the Rhodiarama paper.
Blocky Monthly Bullet Journal Layout
Usually, I prefer more delicate layouts, but there is something about how big these boxes are that I like. My eyesight isn’t the best, and I love to create editorial calendars for my blog, in my bullet journal so the bigger, the better!
My Personal Favourite Bullet Journal Spread
As I mentioned before, I really love one-page monthly calendar spreads, and this particular layout is my absolute favourite.
It could look incredible over two pages also. It’s simple, and I love the grey dates!
Habit Tracking & Monthly Log Bullet Journal Page Ideas
Becky has created a stunning spread to track her habits and log her month. I love the simplicity + the injection of colour.
Monthly Review Bullet Journal Spread
Reviewing your month is the perfect way to inch you forward towards reaching your goals. I’m a goal getter. I regularly use my Goals Planner that I got from Nadalie Bardo, you can how to start your new year right here.
The most effective way to reach your goals is by creating layouts like this to review what habits are working and which aren’t. That means you can eradicate anything that is a waste of your time. Do it!
Minimalist Monthly Bullet Journal Pages Idea
I’m a tiny bit obsessed with minimalist bullet journal layouts. There’s something so beautiful in the simplicity of this page.
Oodles Of Doodles
I’m stealing this idea!
Every day, I try to do something creative. Whether it’s a doodle in my bullet journal or regular art journal, I make it a priority because it’s good for my mental health. Having a little calendar layout is a fantastic idea to stay creative on a daily basis!
Looking Ahead Monthly Layout
What we are learning here is that there are several monthly bullet journal page ideas to use:
2.Month at a glance
4.Review of the month
Arty Monthly Bullet Journal Spread
If you can’t draw or don’t like your doodles, you can add a little arty flair using washi tape. I looooove washi tape!
There’s a rather extensive collection of it in my craft room, and I even wrote a post about my favourite places to stock up and save money:
Monthly Future Planning
Drawing circles in my bullet journal (even with a stencil) is my kryptonite. I’ve messed up SO MANY pages! I don’t know why I can’t get it right, but I’m persisting.
I’ve ordered one of these stencils so I can try this type of layout.
Minimalist Monthly Layout
This minimalist layout makes me happy. I would love to fill in the habit tracker with different coloured pens. If you like minimalist layouts, you will LOVE Ey’s Instagram feed. She hasn’t shared any designs recently, but her feed is very satisfying.
Floral Monthly Log
The reason I included this layout was because of the stunning calligraphy! It’s such a beautiful style; it has reminded me that I need to practice.
Watercolour Cactai Monthly Layout
I am in love with watercolours, but it’s not a great idea to use them in your bullet journal. Most bullet journal pages are pretty thin and will buckle. The Rhodiarama can take a little watercolour; like gelatos or pencils with a tiny bit of water.
Stylish & Minimalist Monthly Bullet Journal Page Idea
This reminds me of an upscale brand like Chanel. It’s stunning!
With so many incredible bullet journal page ideas to steal, do you know what layout is your favourite?