If you’re looking for fun Bullet Journal lettering styles, you’re in the right place.
In this blog post, you’ll find 7 easy fonts to use as headers and Bullet Journal titles. And the best part – no brush lettering skills are needed!
Ready to up your Bullet Journaling game and make it more visually appealing? Look no further because I’m here to share my favorite font for spicing up that BuJo!
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Easy Fonts For Bullet Journaling
Time to share with you some of the fonts, and you definitely can customize them as you want; you don’t have to make them exactly as I did.
So let’s dive in.
Starting with the easiest idea – my take on a cursive font.
It’s pretty and quite easy to create. And you can use it to do some faux calligraphy if you want to.
3D Shadow Font
A simple trick on how to create 3D letters is to add a kind of double shadow, first with a black fineliner and then with a light grey marker.
This effect will make any type of font stand out, even your usual san serif font.
I might be pretty bad at naming the fonts, but I hope you still like the font.
Basically, it’s block letters, but you add little lines coming out from the edges. To add something extra, I used a light shade of grey and added a shadow.
Bubble font is easy to create. Start by writing the letter the usual way, then build the more giant letter around it.
With this one, it’s not built equally but with larger parts on one side and slightly smaller on the other.
I must admit that I’m not super excited with the way I decided to color it, but you can definitely use this concept and decorate it in your own way.
Half Block Font
A basic font anyone can do.
It’s basically a mix of small and capital letters, and you make a part of them half block.
The fun part of this font is that you can play around with how you decorate the half-block part. I left it empty, but you can decorate it with colors or patterns.
I like this one since it’s basically a serif font with half-block unfinished elements.
I like this one because it’s so simple, yet it has that special little something.
Cursive Shadow Font
A fun font that kind of looks like brush lettering.
What you do is pick two similar colors, one a bit darker and one lighter. Use a darker color to add letters in cursive and a lighter one to add shadow.
Supplies For Creating Bullet Journal Fonts
If you’re looking for recommendations, here are some of my favorite stationery items to use for creating fonts (and more):
- Fineliners. They are the number one item I recommend almost in every post. These are my favorites.
- Light gray pen. You can use any you want, but I found that these are the best because you get to choose how light or dark you want your shadow to be.
- Markers. If you want some color and to draw your letters in color immediately, I recommend these.
- Brush pens. I feel like they are always wonderful for creating any type of font. For example, I used these to create that cursive font with shadow.
Looking for some more ideas on how to add a spark to your headers? I’ve got you covered with tons of ideas.
Of course, to get started, you should check my post 23 Bullet Journal Font Ideas for more inspiration.
For header and title ideas, here are some other posts you’ll love:
- Fun And Creative Bullet Journal Headers
- Easy And Fun Header Ideas For Cute Notes
- Aesthetic Title Ideas For Your Bullet Journal
- Bullet Journal Title Ideas
- Bullet Journal Title Ideas To Try Right Away
Finally, if you want to do some brush lettering, check out these:
- Brush Lettering For Beginners: Tools, Tips And Techniques
- Free Online Brush Lettering Courses
- 31+ Free Printable Lettering And Calligraphy Worksheets
- The Best Brush Lettering Pens For Calligraphy Beginners
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