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90+ Bullet Journal Header And Title Ideas

Hello Planning Mashers!

Today we will look into a simple way to up your pages – Bullet Journal headers. And I have a ton to share with you.

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 start by going through some supplies you might want to use for your headers, and then we’ll do black and white titles, colorful header ideas, monthly title ideas, holiday headers, weekly header ideas, and finally – artistic titles.

There is a lot to unpack here, so let’s get started!

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Bullet Journal Header Supplies

You’re free to use any supplies you like, from a simple black pen to stickers and scrapbook paper.

However, I must mention a few of my favorites.

First, I think it’s essential to have a good fineliner, and thankfully, there are some amazing ones on the market.

My two favorites are Sakura Pigma Micron and Faber Castell Pitt Artists pens; they are the smoothest ones I’ve ever had.

However, on a more budget side, I’d strongly recommend Unipin fineliners – they are great and can withstand so much!

Another basis of the header making is probably color, and here I must mention my favorites – Tombow Dual Brush Pens, Zebra Mildliners, and on a budget side – Crayola Super Tips.

Recently I’ve also been going crazy about acrylograph pens form Archer and Olive – they don’t bleed, and the layering looks so beautiful. Be sure to check my Detailed Review of Archer and Olive Acrylograph Pens.

If you decide to get any of Archer and Olive products (like their amazing journals) be sure to use code MASHA10, which will give you 10% off your order.

Ok, let’s look into different header ideas.

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.

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.

Monthly Journal Title Ideas

Looking for ideas for a specific month – no problem!

Here are some fun ideas for lettering for different months, with creative color schemes that would probably go well with your theme for the season.

Holiday Bullet Journal Header Ideas

Of course, we have some months like October, December, or maybe even February, where it’s all about that one holiday.

So why not add the fun, festive mood to your headers as well? Here are a few fun ideas for you to explore.

Weekly Title Ideas

Probably the most we use headers in our weekly spreads, where each section has its own little header.

So I did my best to find a few ideas that can add more fun and creativity to your weekly spreads

Artistic Heading Ideas

Artistic Header Ideas

Want to do a little bit extra with your headers? I have a few ideas for you as well.

An Instagram account @darkmoon.study creates such distinct and unique header styles that I just had to create a whole new category just for her ideas.

I hope you like them just as much as I do.

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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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob.

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