Hey Planning Mashers!
Disney Plus has finally launched and I couldn’t be more excited!
I love my classic Disney movies and I’m sure there are plenty of fans among our little community. So I decided to help you add some magic to your Bullet Journal pages with these Disney inspirations.
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I grew up watching Disney movies. I remember loving Lion King and demanding to watch it every weekend. I also remember bawling my eyes out when Mufasa died EVERY.SINGLE.TIME. My parents eventually came up with a system to distract me and secretly forward the scene.
I also loved Aladdin, even though I only had it in French when I was young – Disney movie tapes weren’t that easily available in the 90’s Russia, so we had to take what we could get. So this was also a mysterious cartoon for me, and a great help to advance my french studies at school. Needless to say, discovering Robin Williams’ amazing performance later on was quite a treat!
Then there’s Beauty and the Beast, which is probably my favorite movie ever. I totally fell in love with the story of two outcasts finding happiness together. Yeah, I was more of a bookworm than a popular girl at school, so I could totally relate.
And finally, there was Snowhite and the 7 dwarves – my baby sister’s favorite movie (who isn’t that much of a baby anymore… they grow up so fast!). She literally used to watch it EVERY DAY! Thankfully it was happening mostly during my school time, so I still love this movie, (unlike my poor Grandma).
These are just a few beautiful memories that Disney helped create in my life, and I’m sure you have some of yours as well! Let me know in the comments if you wanna share! I’d love to hear what were some of your favorites growing up!
Disney really has a special place in my heart (and in the hearts of millions more) and I think it’d be a great idea to put it into your Bullet Journal pages.
I want to share here 69+ Disney Bullet Journal inspirations and some tutorials and supplies that would help you to bring the magic to your pages.
Plus, there is a free printable Disney sticker sheet in the Resources Vault, be sure to get it!
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How To Create Disney Bullet Journal Pages
This might sound like a very difficult task, especially if you’re not that artistic, but worry not, I’m here to give you some pointers.
Every time you feel like you can’t really draw your theme that well – just turn to stickers! There are soooo many Disney themed stickers in tons of different styles, so you’ll definitely be able to find something that speaks to you.
Of course, I gathered some of my favorites below.
Another way to add the magical spirit would be to use washi tapes, and those are available in abundance. Check out a few of my favorites.
One of the best ways to cheat when drawing is by tracing, and if you want to bring original Disney designs to your pages this might be the best choice for you.
You can use your iPad (or mobile phone) for it – put your brightness settings to the max, open the image you’d like to copy, put your BuJo page on top and start tracing. Just be sure you’re careful and don’t push on your pencil too hard.
Alternatively, you can get a tracing pad for less than $20 on Amazon and use it not just for your Disney spreads, but for anything else, including lettering and drawing.
And finally, you can always create your own doodles. As an example here is a simple doodle tutorial for Ultra Cute Disney princesses!
Ok this isn’t exactly creating your own Disney Bullet Journal spreads, but I just had to add this section here, because Disney stationery is just the cutest!
You can check for more ideas on my Amazon Storefront, but here are some of my favorites.
Disney Bullet Journal Inspirations
Finally, here is the best part of this post – Disney-themed Bullet Journal p[ages to get your creative juices flowing.
The things you can do with a Disney theme are limitless, so I think it helps to figure out what exactly you want to do if you see some other creators’ take first.
We are starting from cover pages since they are basically the face of your Bullet Journal setup.
Cover pages are also my favorite to set up, so I did my best to find a lot of inspiration for you in this category.
Love this cover page with a classic Mickey.
It’s also such a fun idea to have the film tape (hope this is how it’s called) on the background.
Hands down my favorite Disney-themed cover ever. Or maybe the favorite one of all themes. It’s just stunning!
And what a genius idea for an October theme – DIsney villains.
I must admit this is not as Disney movie I ever watched, but it’s definitely on my list now.
I love the sense of wonder of this cover page, wonder, and adventure.
Lilo and Stitch is a super fun movie and I think this cover page has all the fun and happiness of the movie.
I also must note how absolutely stunning the lettering on this cover is.
I’m not sure if this is a Disney theme or just Alice in Wonderland but nonetheless -it’s a really cute page.
I also like that the artists chose very simple elements from the movie, so it’s really easy to recreate this page. Using actual characters would be a much harder job.
These are so cute and so very true to the original ones, I’m very impressed!
I have been trying to doodle some of Beauty and the Beast characters and they never looked so good.
Love the lamp and the magic coming out of it.
The colors chosen for the cover page are different from traditional Alladin colors, but I still love how it looks and it conveys the magic just the same.
Coco is one of my favorite animated movies – it’s so full of emotion, it’s incredibly beautiful and the songs are amazing.
So of course this cover page is on my favorite list as well.
Classic Disney castle works perfectly every time!
I also really love those beautiful pastel colors used here.
This is such a cool idea! I bet it took a long time to draw these but it’s absolutely worth it.
Looking at this, I feel like I want to do the same and try to use color on it, I wonder how it will look.