Including hand-drawn cacti and succulents in your bullet journal is popular in the bujo community.
If you’re looking for cactus and succulent bullet journal spread ideas, I have 25 spreads to share with you today.
If you want to learn how to draw your own cacti or succulents, scroll down below where you’ll find a step-by-step tutorial teaching you how to draw both cacti and succulents.
In this post, you’ll find cactus and succulent bullet journal doodle ideas, cover pages, tutorials, spreads, and more. So you’re sure to find something that will catch your eye.
You can use these cactus and succulent spreads as inspiration for your very own bullet journal.
March Cactus Cover and Quote
If you’re looking for cover inspiration, this March cover includes a variety of cacti circling the text. I also love how there’s a small quote on the left page.
Weekly Calendar with Cacti Banner
I love how the addition of watercolor gives the drawings a beautiful and professional look.
Weekly Planner with Cactus Embellishments
This spread has cacti placed throughout a weekly planner. This is definitely a spread that I want to give a try.
This page is absolutely stunning. Use this page for cacti and succulent doodle inspiration.
Cacti and Succulent Mood Tracker
Track your mood with a cactus and succulent themed mood tracker.
The Lovely Science of Growing Things Planner
I’m not sure if I could do something like this myself; however, this spread is absolutely stunning and would look good in any bullet journal.
How to Draw Plants Step-by-Step
Here’s the tutorial that I mentioned earlier. Use this step-by-step tutorial to learn how to draw your favorite plants.
August Cacti Cover and Calendar
Here’s another creative and cute cover. This one’s for the month of August.
Weekly Planner with Cacti Drawings
This weekly planner features lovely cacti embellishments. Overall, I just really love this weekly planner.
Weekly Planner with Cacti Headers
I really adore this weekly planner. I like how the artist used a different cactus for every day of the week.
March Cover with Cactus Watercolors
Here’s a March cover that you can incorporate in your bullet journal. The watercolor design is just beautiful.
August Hanging Cacti
Here’s a stunning August cover that features hanging cacti. This addition of stars helps this cover stand out even more.
October Hanging Cacti and Succulents
Here’s a hanging cactus and succulent cover for the month of October.
Weekly Planner with Hanging Plants
This spread doesn’t include any cacti, however, you can use this idea to create your own cactus themed header.
Cactus Sleep Tracker
You can decorate your sleep tracker with these cute little cactus drawings.
Cactus Quote and Drawing
The quote and the graphics used with the quote go hand-in-hand. “Life is like a cactus…thorny but beautiful.”
Grow Your Own Way Cactus Spread
I love the colorful pots that were used in the creation of this spread. “Grow your own way.”
March Cactus and Succulent Cover
This drawing works perfectly for shorter months. I think this would work well for the months of April, July, and June.
This page is filled with beautiful plant doodles. I love the colors used for this spread too.
September Cactus and Succulent Cover
How stunning is this September cover? I love the addition of the beautiful jars and other holders for the plants.
Plant Instagram Tracker
If you’re currently growing your Instagram account, here’s a great way to track your followers.
July Cactus and Succulent Cover
This July cover is the perfect way to showcase your cactus and succulent drawings.
Cactus and Succulent Habit Tracker
Here’s a habit tracker where the special touch is a plant box with beautiful cacti and succulents.
Monthly Cactus Mood Tracker
What an amazing mood tracker. I love how it uses a green scale to track your mood. Once it’s complete, you’ll end up with a collection of cacti with different shades of green.
September Calendar with Cacti
This simple September calendar uses an easy to draw cactus to jazz up the pages.
I hope this post has inspired you to draw your own cactus and succulent spreads in your bullet journal.