These cute journal title ideas will be perfect for elevating your pages and making them look so much more fun.
Adding more fun and creativity to your Bullet Journal is one of the parts I like the most about this system. But I must say – once you get comfortable with one type of header, it’s so easy to just stick with it.
It’s wonderful if you do, but chances are you might be looking into adding some more interest to your header repertoire, and I’m here to help with tons of ideas!
Headers are the things that set the theme for the page and its design, so it’s good to always have tons of options to choose from, so you can create something unique every time.
Here is how this post is organized – we’ll do black and white titles, colorful header ideas, monthly title ideas, holiday headers, and weekly header ideas; then we’ll talk about supplies you might want to have to create these headers and some more resources for you to get header ideas.
And there is a free creativity course for you at the end as well, so be sure to scroll to sign up.
There is a lot to unpack here, so let’s get started!
Simple Black and White Title Ideas
Let’s start with minimalism with some simple black-and-white headers.
An amazing thing about these is that you don’t even need to have any special calligraphy skills or extra supplies – just you and your black pen.
One more example of how some simple lines and banners can help you create stunning headers. My favorite effect is a white pen on black, I used it the first time in my Coffee-Themed Bullet Journal setup, and I’ve been obsessed with it ever since.
If you decide to create such an effect, I really advise using White Sakura Gelly Roll pen; they are the best white gel pens I’ve ever tried.
Colorful Bullet Journal Heading Ideas
If you want to add some color to your headers, there are tons of ideas for you.
From bright colors to sweet pastels, you can find here inspirations for any style you like.
Speaking of pastels, if you’re looking to get some pastel-colored markers, I would absolutely recommend the Tombow Dual Brush pastel set. These were the first brush pens I ever got, and they are still my favorites.
I love these headers, and the best part about them is that all you need are some colored pens; there is no need for any extra markers or brush pens. Perfect for beginners who haven’t built up a huge stationery collection yet as I did.
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Which of these headers are your favorites? Do you already use some of these ideas in your journal? Let us know in the comments!
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