For this spring, I created a theme that is simple and extremely easy to recreate. I really love how this turned out and I can’t wait to show it to you! Here is my Minimalist Sunflower Bullet Journal Set-up.
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I usually go for “colorful-over-the-top designs” and I admit that transitioning to a more simple look is a little challenging. The good news is, that you don’t have to stick to black and white to snatch the minimalist style. The key to this is to use monochromatic colors.
For this month’s cover page, I added a beautiful sunflower design in the center and some washi tapes on the side. It seriously took me no time to finish this spread! Can’t believe it? Check out my step-by-step process on Instagram.
The idea of this spread is to use lines and geometric shapes for a “chic-simple” look. In the beginning, I had doubts about how this will turn out but it actually looked better than what I expected. I think this will permanently replace my staple monthly layout!
For this month’s sunflower bullet journal theme, I created a mix of different weekly spread layouts to have a fresh look each week. Which layout is your favorite?
Other Spread Ideas
As usual, I love to add more to my bullet journal by adding unique spreads. This is my way of spicing things up and adding variation to my monthly themes.
Quote of the Month
Sometimes Less is More
If you want to recreate this spread, be sure to watch my creative process on Instagram.
For more quote ideas, see these 11 Positive Quotes for Bullet Journal
I started creating playlists with lyrics since February. I don’t know about you but I really love songs with good lyrics.
Do you have any song recommendations? Let me know!
This is actually the first month where I added a habit tracker. I was a little skeptical about this since I am not the best at tracking my habits. * HAHA *
If you don’t know what this is, this spread is meant for your scribbles, random thoughts and basically a safe space in your journal. To add a pop of color, I placed my favorite sunflower sticker in the middle. This is actually one of my favorite spreads for this month.
One of the spreads that I always look forward to is the Monthly Favorites. On this page, I write the things that made my month memorable and fun. Of course, this includes the shows and food that I have been loving for the whole month!
Last but certainly not least is my Goodbye page. This spread marks the end of the month and welcomes another chapter in 2020. Wow, time flies fast!
March Flip Though
Here is the complete look! Watch my full Sunflower Bullet Journal Flip Through on Instagram!
That concludes my Minimalist Sunflower Bullet Journal Set-up for March of 2020. I hope I inspired you in creating your own floral theme this spring. If you have any questions or suggestions don’t hesitate to send me a message on Pinterest or Instagram. I would love to hear from you. Till next time.
Love this theme? Check out these posts:
- May Rose Theme Bullet Journal Set-up
- Simple Summer Bullet Journal Themes
- My June Breakfast Theme Journal
- 17 Minimalist Bullet Journal Themes
- April Coffee Theme Bullet Journal Set-up
- 11 Positive Quotes You Need in Your Journal
- Romantic February Bullet Journal Set-up
- My Bullet Journal Floral Theme Set-up
- Bullet Journal Pineapple Theme
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