20 Amazing Bullet Journal Spreads to Inspire You

Sometimes you’re not looking for anything in particular; you just need a little inspiration.

If you’re looking to be inspired, I got you. In this post, I’m sharing 20 awesome bullet journal spreads to get your creative juices flowing.

Bullet Journal Spreads to Inspire You

Below, you’ll find 20 bullet journal spreads that will inspire you to create your own gorgeous spread. I’ve included a variety of spreads so that you have a lot of choose from.

1. Draw Flowers

This page contains a lot of cute ideas for potted flowers. I love the colors used here and the different types of planting pots and designs.

Flower Drawings and Doodles
Credit: seed_successful_you

2. Quote with a Drawing

Have you ever included a quote page in your journal? Perhaps that’s something you would like to do. This quote says “Don’t break your tenderness.”

bullet journal quote idea
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3. Quote That Matches Your Theme

The quote below appears to match the overall theme of their August spread. The quote says “the magic mushrooms of protection, healing, strength.”

mushroom quote for bullet journal
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4. Study Playlist

If you’re a high school or college student, or even if you’re going back to school as an older adult, you know how important studying is as a student. Add a little fun to your study sessions by creating a fun study playlist spread.

study playlist bullet journal spread
Credit: tiffany_studies

5. Back to School

If you’re going back to school, you should definitely create a back-to-school spread for your bullet journal. You can include your goals for the year, your wishlist, things you need to get done before school starts, and more.

back to school bullet journal spread
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6. Happy Mail Tracker

If you receive fun packages in the mail, make them even more fun by tracking them in your happy mail tracker. This is the first time I’ve seen one of these and I think it’s such a cool idea.

happy mail tracker bullet journal page
Credit: zainabullet

7. Weekly Planner

Every bullet journal needs a weekly planner. Here’s a nice idea for a weekly planner. This one features a beautiful floral theme with a simple quote in the corner.

WEEKLY PLANNER WITH PINK AND YELLOW COLOR PALETTE
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8. Strawberry Snacks

Have a little fun with your journal by drawing some of your favorite snacks. This unique theme includes a variety of strawberry snacks such as strawberry cake and strawberry boba.

STRAWBERRY SNACKS DRAWING
Credit: aurabujos

9. Cute Outfits

This spread features cute outfits. Take a couple of your favorite outfits of the month and draw the theme out in your journal. What a fun way to showcase your style.

CUTE OUTFITS FOR AUGUST
Credit: aurabujos

10. Paper Notes Weekly Planner

This weekly planner uses paper note designs. I always love the way hand-drawn paper notes look in a bullet journal. The colors in the bottom corner of the page make the overall spread even prettier.

PAPER NOTES WEEKLY PLANNER
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11. Morning Routine

If you have a morning routine, try drawing it out in your journal. You can include doodles of your breakfast, skin routine, morning chores, and more.

MORNING ROUTINE
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12. Travel Bucket List

Do you have places that you want to visit in your lifetime? If you do, include them on a travel bucket list. Your bucket list doesn’t have to be filled with different countries. You can even put nearby cities that you want to visit.

TRAVEL BUCKET LIST
Credit: craftdaystudio

13. Washi Tape Swatch

If you love using washi tape, here’s a creative way to swatch your tape. This spread uses sneakers, however, you can use whatever design you choose to swatch your washi tape.

WASHI TAPE SWATCH
Credit: dianysus_

14. Sky Bison

If you’re a fan of Avatar the Last Airbender, then you’ll probably love this spread. This cool spread features the amazing Appa, the sky bison in the animated television series.

SKY BISON
Credit: juliannedoodles

15. Meet the Artist

Have you ever done a bullet journal spread that was all about you? If you haven’t, try making your very own “meet the artist” page for your bullet journal. That should be a lot of fun.

MEET THE ARTIST DRAWING
Credit: kathrynsarahjournals

16. Evening Routine

Earlier, I shared a morning routine spread. Now, I’m sharing an evening routine spread for your bullet journal. You can include your nightly habits such as having hot tea, your skincare routine, reading, and more.

EVENING ROUTINE
Credit: mashaplans

17. Habit Tracker

No bullet journal is complete without a habit tracker. This spread tracks art, skincare, no caffeine, and more. Your tracker will include all of the habits that you want to track for yourself. If you’re looking for more trackers, you can check out my post featuring over 40 bullet journal trackers.

HABIT TRACKER STICKY NOTES
Credit: mellifuousjournal

18. Mood Tracker

This cute seashell tracker is a great way to keep track of your daily moods. For more mood trackers, check out my post 29 Mood Trackers to Spark Your Creativity.

MOOD TRACKER WITH SEASHELLS
Credit: bujojaymie

19. Cute Washi Tape Designs

Here’s another washi tape-themed page. This one includes cute drawings of washi tape ideas. I love the tape with the stars. I also really love the calligraphy used here.

CUTE WASHI TAPE DESIGNS
Credit: study_alex18

20. Your Aesthetic

Perhaps you too could create a spread that features your aesthetic. Everyone’s aesthetic is different, which is what makes spreads like these so fun to look at.

YOUR AESTHETIC BULLET JOURNAL SPREAD WITH PLANTS
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If you find yourself in a creative rut, or just need some inspiration for your next bullet journal project, take a look through this list of ideas. I hope they help jump-start your imagination and get you excited about creating something new.

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I'm Tiffany, author of the 30-Day Drawing Challenge Workbook. I'm a crafting expert and writer with over 12 years of experience. I love sharing my passion for crafting, which includes crocheting, drawing, painting, and DIY projects.