Who’s ready for some free Bullet Journal printables? I know, I know! It’s like discovering a hidden treasure in the attic, right? Well, let me tell you, these gems are going to make your journaling experience even more enjoyable.
Ever had that moment when you flip open a new page of your Bullet Journal, and you’re not quite sure how to start? We’ve all been there!
That’s where these stunning Bullet Journal monthly cover page printables come in handy. They are the perfect way to kick off each new month with style and creativity, without the stress of designing from scratch.
Imagine this: It’s the first day of a fresh month, you open your journal, and there lies a beautiful cover page, ready to inspire you for the days ahead. Sounds dreamy, doesn’t it?
So, grab a cup of your favorite brew, sit back, and get ready to explore these fantastic printables.
Ever felt like your Bullet Journal needs a little pep-up at the start of each month? That’s where cover pages come into play. They’re like the opening act of your monthly journaling gig, setting the stage and the mood for the main show. The best part? They’re all about creativity and fun, no functionality fuss required.
Now, I hear you thinking, “But what if I’m short on time?” Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with these handy printables! They’re like your personal creativity booster pack, ready to go whenever you are.
And here’s the cherry on top: even though these pages come pre-made, they’re not set in stone. Oh no, my friends! You get to play around with them. Add a dash of color here, a strip of washi there, or sprinkle some stickers. It’s all about making it uniquely yours. So, let your creative flag fly high and make these printables your own!
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Before I share the printables themselves, let’s talk about some supplies that you might need for using these cover pages.
Here is what I recommend for using printables:
- High-quality paper, If you’re planning to use your markers and brush pens to decorate the pages, you need smooth paper, or your pens will be damaged. I recommend using this HP Premium Paper.
- A printer. Of course, unless you want to go and do it in a printing shop, I recommend using this Epson Ecotank Printer.
- Paper cutter. You can cut the printables with scissors, but you get a better edge if you use a paper cutter; maybe get this paper cutter.
- Corner rounder. Maybe journals actually have rounded corners, so you might want to do the same with your journal to make the printables fit better. I recommend getting this corner-rounder punch.
And be sure to check the end of the post for more posts with step-by-step instructions on adding printables to your Bullet Journal.
Free Bullet Journal Printables
One more reminder not to miss our on all the freebies in the Resources Vault, including a set of 12 cover pages.
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Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.
If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.
It’s pretty basic, and you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.
here are a few cover pages, but of course, there is so much more available online when we’re talking about free Bullet Journal printables.
I look for all of it for you, as well as create my own printables. So be sure to check out these posts next for even more freebies:
- Free Bullet Journal Cover Page Printables
- 5 Exclusive FREE Printables For Your Bullet Journal
- Free Journal Printables To Revolutionize Your BuJo
>>> What printables do you like using in your Bullet Journal? Let us know in the comments!
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