It’s time for bunnies, pastel colors, and a lot of chocolate.
So here are some Easter Bullet Journal page ideas you might want to include in your April setup.
Growing up, there was not much Easter celebration; it’s just not a big holiday back home.
But I remember how I got to spend an Easter with a french family when I did an exchange program at school, and OMG how incredibly fun (and delicious) it was!
So even though where I live now, Easter is still not a big holiday, I find it fun to add this holiday to my life the best way I know – in my Bullet Journal.
Here are some Easter Bullet Journal ideas, which you can use to create a complete Easter theme or maybe just one page to commemorate the holiday.
At the end of the post, you’ll also find some more Easter inspirations, as well as free printables, so be sure to keep on scrolling.
Ok, let’s dive in!
This quote works as a cover page for April as well. The eggs also look great with so many fun different patterns.
And this is a good example of how you can create a beautiful Easter spread with bright colors instead of pastel ones.
A monthly log is a must-have spread for every monthly setup, so of course, I had to include one in this lineup.
And how adorable is this bunny!
I also love how he’s carrying a basket with Easter eggs.
I love cover pages; they are always a great way to start a new month and just get creative.
The super cute cover page and I love the brush lettering here.
Plus these doodles seem pretty easy to create.
You might not want to do anything difficult, so a simple welcome spread like this one might be what you need.
I love this adorable little rabbit; he just makes me smile.
But even without the illustration, it would still be an adorable Easter spread.
Every month you have to create more than just one weekly spread, so here is the first one on this list.
Super cute weekly, and I love the colors of this one.
Plus, note how she created this wonderful spread just with some stickers and washi tape.
Of course, I had to include a spread with Easter doodles.
These are perfect for creating different Easter Bullet Journal spreads.
Plus, these are super cute but also pretty easy to draw.
Here is an inspiration for the Easter habit tracker and mood tracker.
Absolutely adorable little bunnies that are so perfect for a mood tracker.
And I love those pastel colors!
Here is one more weekly spread for your inspiration.
There are never enough inspirations for weekly spreads.
Note how adding eyes and cute expressions helps to make every doodle so much more adorable.
One more page you can create separately just to commemorate the holiday.
I really love the idea of doing mini doodles and adding them in the shape of an egg.
I’m also loving that the washi tape in the corners fits so well with the colors of the illustration.
Here is one more cover page inspiration for your Easter Bullet Journal setup.
Super cute illustration, and I love how creative the decoration of the lettering is.
This is also a fun idea for incorporating a bit of Easter into your hot-air balloon theme.
The banner really adds more interest to the illustration.
And this is a very simple-to-execute illustration, and yet it looks amazing.
Plus I think this can be a good opportunity to do zentangles or mandalas inside the egg.
One more monthly spread and this one is in a different format.
I’m loving the contrast between everything being in black and white and the colors of the eggs.
Two pages of monthly log allow for more space to plan out all the things.
One more weekly log.
This might not be exactly an Easter-themed weekly, but I feel like the yellow, and the rabbit definitely makes it look very Easter.
I’m also loving the addition of the time log on the left for more detailed planning.
Super cute in such perfect pastel colors.
The chicks are super cute, and I love how the pink egg looks like a macaroon.
I also really love the quote itself.
Such a fun and simple idea for a mood tracker.
I bet it’s very fast to set up this tracker, and you can play around with patterns.
I bet this tracker will look amazingly filled out.
One more weekly, or more like a part of a weekly log.
I love the color choice here. Even though brown is not my favorite here, it looks very cozy and warm.
Plus, of course, the quote is really funny; I definitely wanna follow this rabbit.
Finishing up with this lovely page, where the author combines cute Raster elements with a wonderful Disney bunny and a Disney font for the header.
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Starting with fineliners because I think these are the must-have pens when it comes to decorating your Bullet Journal.
Next up is my favorite set of pastel markers, because Easter for me is always full of pastel colors.
Speaking of pastels, these washi tapes will be a fantastic addition to your collection and to your, Easter-themed Bullet Journal pages.
Stamps are an amazing way to decorate your Bullet Journal, especially because you can use them over and over again. Plus these could be used to create some adorable Easter decorations and cards.
I also couldn't complete this list without a cute set of stickers, and this one is just the cutest!
There is always more posts to inspire you, so here are a few more link I think you’ll love.
First of all, here are a few more Easter-themed ideas:
And here are a few more ideas for non-easter-themed things:
Free Easter Printable
Of course, I didn’t want to leave you without a little something, this time, I created a little Easter-themed coloring page.
You can get it in the Miscellaneous section for the Resources Vault. Please print it out and have fun coloring it!
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Are you creating something Easter related in your journal?
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