If you’re in the mood to create a green themed bullet journal layout, you’re sure to find inspiration here. All of the spreads posted below feature the color green.
You’ll find lots of drawings that include fruit, plants and leaves. Also, keep your eye out for a cool tutorial that shows you how to draw a kiwi step-by-step.
1. March Green Leaves Cover
This simple March cover is filled with green, brown and orange leaves. Leaves are a great design to add to your spreads if you’re going for a green theme.
2. How to Draw a Kiwi
This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to draw a kiwi. I love when tutorials are broken down like this because it shows you how easy it can be to draw your favorite things.
3. March Avocado Cover
Avocados are a fun things to draw if you want to add some green to your bullet journal. Plus, they’re really easy to draw and perfect for beginners.
4. May Cover with Plants
Isn’t this May cover fantastic? The text is beautiful and the hand-drawn plants look great. Cacti and succulents will make the perfect addition to your spread.
5. April Cover with Cacti
Here’s another cover page that uses cacti and succulents. I also love the quote on the left side of the journal. It has a wonderful plant border that I would love to try.
6. Wish List with Plants
Here’s a simple bullet journal wish list spread. I love how the borders of the page include beautiful plant drawings.
7. Succulent Spread
I love this succulent bullet journal spread. If you’re currently caring for plants, you can create spreads that include information on how to care for your plants.
8. Plant Information
If you’re a plant lover, I think that it would be fun to create a bullet journal spread that includes a drawing of a plant along with important information about the plant and how to care for it.
9. March Calendar with Succulents
Have you noticed a theme here? A lot of green bullet journal spreads include plants. This spread is so beautiful and will make it fun to keep track of your month.
10. May Cover with Plants in Jars
I’ve always loved the look of drawn plants in jars. You could just draw one jar and a cover page like this would still look really good. I like how this artist used a variety of jars.
11. Weekly Planner Leaf Theme
I love this green bullet journal spread and how it includes the quote “turn over a new leaf everyday.” I’m not very good at calligraphy, and these spreads really inspire me to get better.
12. August Bamboo Cover
Here’s something you don’t often see in bullet journal spreads, bamboo. This August cover includes bamboo colored in different shades of green.
13. April Daisies
This cover page is perfect for spring and the month of April. The daisies are so well drawn and the entire page is just beautiful.
14. You Complete Me Avocado
I love how simple and cute this page is. It features a avocado that’s been cut in half with a cute heart and the quote “you complete me.”
15. March Cover Calendar
If you’re not great at drawing or don’t feel like drawing, you can add images to your spread and it can still look beautiful and creative. The quote on the left page says “big things often have small beginnings.”
16. Plant Care Tracker and Wish List
This beautiful spread includes a plant wish list as well as information on plant care. The quote says “I may have a house plant addition.”
17. Instagram Tracker
If you’re growing your Instagram following, you can create a plant tracker to keep track of your follower growth. I think this is a great idea. I’m wondering what other image I could use for something like this.
18. January Terrarium Plants
This January cover includes plants growing in a terrarium. Some plants that you can add to your terrarium are the baby tears plant, air plants and succulents.
19. Green and Pink Weekly Planner
The green and pink go so well together in this weekly planner. If you’re creating a green theme, adding a touch a pink works really well.
20. January Weekly Planner
Even though I’ve mentioned that I’m not good with calligraphy, the text style used in this January weekly planner feels like something I could accomplish if I take my time.
21. Succulent Doodles
If you want to add succulents to your bullet journal, try out a few of these succulent doodles. You can add different shades of green to make yours look more realistic.
22. Green Weekly Planner
I really love weekly spreads that resemble this one. I wish I were better at calligraphy so that I could have big and bold text such as this in my bullet journal. This green theme has beautiful palm leaves on the side of the page.
23. March Bamboo Cover Page
Here’s another bullet journal spread that features bamboo. What I like about this spread is how it makes it look a bit easier to draw realistic bamboo. The quote on the left page says “the bamboo survives by bending with the wind.”
24. September Cover with Fishes
This bullet journal cover page for September is very beginner-friendly. It features easy to draw fish with a blue and green color palette. If you love ocean themes, give this a try.
25. June Cover with Elephants
I know that a cover page like this is for an advanced artist. I could never pull of something like this, but I think it’s gorgeous. Even if you left out the elephants, this would be a lovely spread.
26. Cactus Mood Tracker
Okay, I’m loving this mood and habit tracker. With the mood tracker, you’ll color in cacti based on how you were feeling that day. For example, if you were happy, productive, or sad, use the coordinating color.
27. Lime Green March Cover
I feel like I should know who this character is, but unfortunately, I don’t. Even so, I think this cover page is just the cutest. Plus I love the use of lime green here. Also, it’s a refreshing break from all of the plant themes, right? 🙂
28. March Cover with Plants
This march spread is filled with a beautiful variety of plants, plant pots and jars. What a great idea for a green bullet journal spread.
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