Flowers are a representation of a new beginning, a new chapter, and a fresh start. Join me as I go through my floral bullet journal for spring.
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This is the easiest and fastest cover page that I have ever created. Instead of drawing floral designs, I decided to use preserved flowers. These are real Cherry Blossoms that I preserved when we visited the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington DC. All I needed was some glue and that’s it!
Tip: Use preserved flowers to add more texture and dimension to your designs.
For my first spread, I used a vertical layout. I added rectangles to separate the days of the week and a light pink drop shadow to add a pop of color. After I finished the main parts, I decided to add a quote and a calendar to get rid of the negative spaces.
For my second weekly spread, I decided to go for the easier route. Instead of adding structure and complicated designs, I created this simple horizontal layout.
Which weekly spread do you prefer?
To spice things up a little bit, I added some quotes that relate to my Bullet Journal Floral Theme. This first quote is from Pinterest. I love using Pinterest for inspiration. If you do not have a Pinterest account, I recommend you to check it out. If you need a friend, I’m there – Heraldeecreates.
For my second quote, I used watercolor. For my future creations, I plan to use watercolor paper every time I work with this medium. The color payoff will be better plus the pages will not be soggy. Who likes soggy pages? I don’t! HAHA
Honestly, I experimented too much and sort of turned away from my floral theme concept. At this point, I was not committed to sticking with one concept for the whole month. If I were to go back in time I will probably create something related to my floral theme. But it is what it is.
This is a heart-shaped mood tracker. Even though I drifted away from my original theme, I still like how this design turned out. I’ll probably create a better version of this in the future and when that happens, I’ll make sure it suits my theme.
I love reading books but I haven’t read a book in a while. This spread is a compilation of all the books that were suggested to me or books that I find interesting. With this, hopefully, I’ll be able to go back to reading.
The second spread is called self-care. This is a list that reminds me to take a step back and prioritize my well-being. With all the stress around me, I often forget to take some time and give myself some love. This spread has been helpful and I’m glad I added this to my journal.
Every month I list down my favorite items from skincare, food, movies, songs, etc. I love discovering new things and trying different items. This list summarizes my favorites of the month and every time I see this, I am reminded of good memories. It makes me happy!
And that is it! Thank you so much for joining me as I go through my Bullet Journal Floral Theme. I hope you got inspired by a thing or two. If you are starting your own bullet journal, check my Bullet Journal for Beginners Guide to help you get started.
Do you need more inspiration? Check out these posts:
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- March Sunflower Bujo
- Fruity Summer Theme
- Minimalist Bullet Journal Cover Page
- Coffee Theme Bullet Journal Set-up
- June Pineapple Set-up
- July Pastel Theme
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