Free Book Tracker Bullet Journal Printables

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Looking for some free Bullet Journal printables? I’ve got you covered! You can find tons of freebies on this blog, but in this case, I gathered some ideas for all the readers out there.

Yup, in this blog post, you’ll find some free printable book trackers that I’m sure you’ll love!

Have you been meaning to finally get around to reading that pile of books in your living room? Why not take a page from the Bullet Journaler’s handbook and start tracking your progress with these free book trackers?

These printables keep track of the book titles you’ve read, or you can use them as a virtual bookshelf for the books you want to read next.

One way or another, these trackers are sure to help any reader stay on track no matter how many volumes they have left on their to-read list.

Before we dive in, be sure to scroll until the end to see some more resources with free printables.

Free Book Tracker Bullet Journal Printables

Book trackers are fun and handy pages, but let's be honest - they might not be for everyone. And you might not have the time to set them up either.

The best way to try it, see if you can benefit from it, and not spend any time doing it is by using printables. And here is a list of fun book trackers I know you'll love.

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Using Printables In Your Journal

First of all, what do you need to add printables to your Bullet Journal? Well, not much, actually.

But there are a few things you don’t want to mess up with (like I did and paid for it dearly).

So here are some supplies you’ll need:

  • A printer. You might already have one, and if not, I definitely can recommend this one.
  • Paper. This is very important! If you’re planning to use some markers and brush pens to decorate your printable, you need to have smooth high quality paper. Otherwise, it will damage your pens. I recommend this one.
  • Paper cutter. You can definitely use scissors, but I find that you usually get smoother edges with a paper cutter like this one.
  • Adhesive. You’ll need something to add your printables to your journal, and I don’t recommend using glue. An adhesive tape like this one will do a much better job.
  • Corner rounder. This is really something extra, but I thought I’d mention it. If your journal corners are round, you might find it helpful to have this tool to ensure that your printables match your journal. I’d recommend this one.

Another big question is always – how do you make printables fit your journal?

It’s quite easy, really. All you need is to mark the correct size when you’re sending it to print. Choose the size for your journal, not the size of the printing paper and it will print the right way.

Check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal to get some more details and a step-by-step process with images.

More Resources

Whether you’re interested in book-related pages or free printables – I have some more content for you.

For book lovers, check out these posts:

If you’re looking for more free printables, here are a few posts for you:

What kind of free printable do you like using in your Bullet Journal?

Let us know in the comments!

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