Bullet Journal Theme Ideas: February

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Last week I was thinking to make this series of bullet journal theme ideas for each month throughout the year.

I know how much it means for you to have a full complete resource on every bullet journal ideas so I’m doing my best to provide those things.

Anyway, are you still on fire with creating your bullet journal spreads? I hope you are.

Though I love planning ahead, this year I decided to take just one step at a time that feels right to me and go full-on with that.

Many of us think we need to write down all of our plans and somehow get to figure out all the 7 or 10 next steps we need to take.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Sometimes taking that one next step will bring us so much progress we never know. And those small steps would always add up so before we know it, our life is getting better.

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Same goes with bullet journal spreads, I used to want to create so many spreads for different months it got overwhelming and I ended up not using them because then I got another spread idea to create.

You don’t wanna end up like me. Not using what you created.

That’s why I’m gonna post this bullet journal theme ideas for each month by the end of the month.

So you will always know or at least get a slight inspiration on creating your spreads.

Can’t wait? Let’s get into it!

#Bullet Journal Theme Ideas for Cover Page

You can find lots of flower drawings here in the cover page section. And of course, flowers in pink as it’s Valentine’s Month!

Alright check these beautiful cover pages out:

I love how this cover has several flowers all in one place. Which makes it super pretty and creative.

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Simple and class flower drawings by Dianna.

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If you want a simpler cover page but still in the Valentine’s Day mood, then this spread might worth to try.

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Look at how beautiful this one spread is! I was hooked by the swans and pretty hand-lettering at the top. @ made it more beautiful with the love spreads all over the page.

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Though cherry blossoms aren’t here yet (at least in Canada), but you can go ahead and try this out.

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Candiessssss who love candies? This spread is so cute and colorful. It definitely takes more time to create a spread like this because of the doodles but guess it’s worth your time!:)

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This tea time theme made by Melli is super cool, especially with the mix of pink and green colors.

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Love curtain theme made by makes my heart so warm! Definitely need to try this out if you are into Valentine’s

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This unique circle of simple flowers drawing got me. I love how appealing this spread looks like.

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Looking for a cover page with full of cute doodles? Then this might be perfect for your inspiration.

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#Bullet Journal Theme Ideas for Weekly Spread

The weekly spread is super useful if you want a detailed review of what you are doing every day. It’s also a great tool for you to help you stay productive.

Here are some inspirations for the bullet journal theme that people mostly create in February:

Adding stickers help a lot to make your bujo spread more interesting.

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Another bujo spread idea with lovely stickers that you can try on Valentine’s.

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This simple spread is also worth to try if you don’t have much time. Oh, don’t forget to add that cute doodle at the bottom.

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I love washi tapes so much, it just makes my life easier with my bullet journal journey.

This is one of the examples of how magical washi tape is once you put it on your bujo spread. Plus no need to worry about the drawing skill at all.

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If you aren’t into pink that much, this spread right here is a great example that you may want to try.

With the mix of black, brown, red, and a bit of pink washi, made it into a perfect weekly spread.

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Wanna make your weekly spread into all the bright pink colors? Then you definitely need to try this one.

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What attracts me the most about this spread is the pretty hand-letters all over the spread, with a bit touch of Tombow dual brush pen, you are good to go with your pinky weekly spread!

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Another elegant swan theme for your bujo spread you need to try in February.

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#Bullet Journal Theme Ideas for Monthly Spread

We all know how important a monthly spread is. Upcoming events, celebrations, important tasks, deadlines, and birthdays.

Oh, birthdays!

If you are like me who tends to forget people’s birthday then a monthly spread will be your best friend.

I’ve rounded up some cute and super appealing monthly spread here that you might want to try in February:

Love letters theme by Anna that really got me and wanted to create one right away.

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If you want to have that all-pink look in your bullet journal spread, then try this out.

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Those cute doodles are what I love the most about this monthly spread. Also, the color looks so cool.

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Another page with all the pinky look? yes! Bring it on.

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If you don’t wanna go minimalist with your bujo spreads then this might be a perfect example for you

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Bullet journal with the cup theme never gets old. and Juliette really knows how to pull it off perfectly.

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Another cherry blossom theme that I love so much in February!

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If you wanna spend more time creating your bujo spread in February, this monthly spread idea might worth your time.

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I love how cheerful this spread makes me feel inside.

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Oh, another swan drawing idea that got me. If you want something simple yet still looks classy then you may want to try this one spread.

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Ballons theme with the love shape is definitely something you need to try in February. Beautifully made by Estelle.

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#Bullet Journal Theme Ideas for Trackers

I think creating bujo trackers spread is the most exciting part for most people.

You see those super creative doodles on their trackers, be it on mood tracker, sleep log, habit tracker, study time or any other trackers.

Below you can see all kinds of trackers people created especially for February:

 

Instagram tracker spread by Megan. Super helpful to track your activity and achievements on the platform if you are active.

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This sleep log looks very simple and useful that you might want to try as well.

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Shally really pulled it off so well with this mental health check-in. Checking how you feel or what makes you anxious daily can help improve your mental health if you do it consistently.

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Aww look how cute it this spread by Kate. I’m pretty sure by looking at this before filling it in every day, it can bring a better mood already. Worth to try!

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February habit tracker beautifully made by Brien. I love how simple and easy this spread to make. All you need are a pen and couple of washi tapes. Oh, one more color pen if you wanna draw that love icon at the top.

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Look how cute the red color in this spread is! And I love how the cute washi tape helps a lot to make it more appealing.

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This is literally my go-to spread when I’m short in time yet still want to track my mood in daily basis.

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A habit tracker in envelopes theme? Trying it right away!

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Another simple and easy-to-create habit tracker by Jenny that you need to try.

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Juline really got my heart with the beautiful flowers drawing and the lovely gratitude log.

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I love the simplicity of this habit tracker spread. (also silently wishing I could track these many habits in one month though)

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This mood tracker spread by Jenny will definitely make your mood brighter.

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Another candies theme spread that looks really interesting. Ah I wish I knew how to doodle.

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Habit trackers in a full love shape? why not!

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This habit tracker spread is worth to try if you are looking for classy and cool flowers drawing with darker colors.

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Still in full of lovey-dovey icons, this spread will make you feel so cheerful.

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Both of these trackers are very appealing especially with the bird drawing at the top. Also, if you look for an inspo for mood tracker jar theme, then this is the perfect one.

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A very simple habit tracker to keep you on track.

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A pinky habit tracker with some heartbeats drawing in between might be something you wanna try if you are into pink.

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If you just wanna stick with one color for all kinds of trackers you wanna make, then try this one.

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Last one is from @unni.plans. Another habit tracker but with all different colors. And the arrow drawing at the bottom just made it more beautiful.

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Alright! That’s all from the February series. I really hope you find it helpful.

I’m not so active on Instagram so if you wanna show me your creative beautiful spreads, feel free to email me or drop a comment below, I’d love talking with you about it! :)

See you on Tuesday with other bujo inspo!

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