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Here is my February 2023 bullet journal spread. This spread is perfect for beginner bullet journalers or intermediate journalers alike! It’s filled with stationery inspiration, easy hand drawn envelopes and clean lines. Keep reading below for full bujo spread.
For this February bullet journal cover page I wanted to create a spread inspired by stationery, including envelopes, notebook paper and even something I’m currently exploring – wax seals! Throughout the spread I used Tombow dual brush markers, Micron black pens and a gold metallic pen (from this set) I ordered from amazon!
When I finished my January 2023 bujo, I realized, I wanted to try a month-at-a-glance. So for this month, I tried a month at a glance bullet journal spread. I created a quick and easy mini calendar spread, then a section for quick notes. On the second page, I have the month at a glance numbers listed out and then a section for random to-dos.
I have a confession – I kinda sorta always use my “calendar” for meal planning. Since I have a month-at-a-glance now, this is perfect so I don’t have to combine tasks on on calendar!
Here’s the section I created for grocery shopping. I love the concaved/ticket corners that makes it look really inspired by stationery.
Here’s my full bullet journal spread for the month of February. The first week was sketched out to look like stationery paper on top of envelopes. The day of the week numbers are wax seals.
Here’s week 2 February bujo layout.
Week 3 is probably my favorite of the weekly spreads. I love the wax seals at the top and the spaces for the to-dos and tasks are colored in with a Tombow marker. Below the boxes are a collage of envelopes and stationery which is still keeping with the color palette of beige, gold, pink, light blue and a light grey.
Here’s another look at the full spread of week 3.
And here is the full week 4 spread!
I like tracking my social media growth. It’s one of the ways I can see how I am growing on certain platforms. When I started bullet journaling a few years ago, I grew on YouTube fairly quickly and had I not tracked, I wouldn’t have noticed when it all happened! One of my goals is to grow on Instagram, so I have been starting to track my main IG page and my new IG bullet journaling account page.
A positive note to myself to keep going!
One thing I lack is consistency with posting on Instagram. Not my bullet journal account, my main instagram account and other social media marketing things. This Did You Post spread has been helping me keep track of when I posted or not posted. Once I realize that a certain section has not been posted to in a while, I’ll do my best to catch up. This is new, but so far its working good and I hope it continues to work.
Last year I swore that I would be creating a bunch of bullet journal videos and blog posts but it just didn’t happen. This year my goal is to be consistent, create these blog posts and share on Instagram.
I have been bullet journaling for two years and I learned a lot. Although my style is different from what’s out there, I do think I have a lot of great ideas to share especially for people who want to bullet journal but don’t know how to draw.
I have a Dreambox where I can hold all of my pens notebooks materials, basically anything that I need I to do my creative projects. This has now become my office and crafting space all in one. You can use code NIKYFOSTER100 to save on the Dreambox and Dreamcart!
What are theme are you going with in your bullet journal this month?