11 Free Bullet Journal Book Tracker Printables

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Who doesn’t love free Bullet Journal printables, right? Especially when it comes to keeping track of all the books you’re reading. So, let’s dive right in!

Are you a bookworm with a penchant for Bullet Journaling? If so, I’ve got a treat for you! Today, we’re unearthing a treasure trove of book tracker printables that are not only beautiful but also absolutely free! These lovely resources have been generously shared by talented creators from around the globe, and they’re just waiting to be added to your collection.

With these printables, you can keep tabs on your reading list, record your thoughts on each book, and even rate them according to your personal taste. And the best part? They’re all designed with the aesthetic and practicality of Bullet Journaling in mind.

So, whether you’re a seasoned bujo enthusiast or just starting on your journey, these book tracker printables are bound to make your reading experience more organized and enjoyable.

Let’s chat about the magic of printables in your Bullet Journal for a second. Imagine having all those carefully designed layouts, ready to be filled with your thoughts, plans, and bookish adventures! It’s like getting a surprise party invitation from your favorite author – the excitement is real!

The beauty of using printables is that they save you time, provide a consistent look to your journal, and let’s not forget, they’re usually created by fellow bujo enthusiasts who understand what you need.

And hey, if you’re a bibliophile just like me, I’ve got some extra goodies tucked away at the end of this post that can spruce up your journal. So be sure to scroll until the end!

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How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal

Before we plunge into the sea of printables, let’s have a quick chat about some handy-dandy supplies you might need and a few nifty tricks for printing these beauties to fit your Bullet Journal just right. Trust me, you don’t want to miss this part.

Now, I’m going to be completely honest with you – there isn’t much to it. But, oh boy, there are a couple of things you really don’t want to goof up (take it from someone who’s been there, done that, and got the T-shirt). It’s like using a bookmark in a mystery novel – it’s not absolutely necessary, but it sure saves you from a lot of guesswork!

So here are some things you might need:

  • A printer. You might already have one, and if not, I definitely can recommend Epson EcoTank ET-2803, especially if you’re doing a lot of printing, like Bullet Journal pages or stickers.
  • 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 and high-quality paper. Otherwise, it will damage your pens, which is soemthing that happened to my first set of Tombow Dual Brush pens. I recommend HP Premium Paper.
  • 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 Tombow Mono Adhesive Tape 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.

The next burning question on everyone’s mind is usually: how do you ensure your printables fit snugly in your journal?

Well, fear not! It’s as simple as pie. When you’re about to hit that ‘Print’ button, make sure you’ve marked the right size. Go for the size of your journal (which is typically A5) rather than the size of your printing paper. With this little trick up your sleeve, it’ll come out just right.

But wait, there’s more! At the end of this post, I’ve got a few extra nuggets for you. You’ll find some additional resources including a handy-dandy post with step-by-step instructions and a video tutorial showing you how to seamlessly add these printables to your pages.

And now, with your supplies all set and your newfound printable prowess, let’s dive into those enticing book trackers.

Free Bullet Journal Book Tracker Printables

Every creator adds their own unique spice, their distinctive touch that makes their Bullet Journal printables truly shine.

I've embarked on a digital treasure hunt across the internet to bring you the crème de la crème. The goal was to assemble as diverse a collection of styles as I could find.

So, without further ado, here are the 11 book trackers for you to use in your Bullet Journal.

Reading Journal Printables

If you’re looking for a book tracker and more reading-related pages, I’ve got you covered.

Already in my shop, you can find my reading journal printables set, which has five different printable pages to cover all your reading needs.

Get these printables, customize them with markers and washi tape to fit your aesthetics, and start journaling about your reading.

More Resources

Are you looking for more free printables and ideas for your reading journal? I’ve got you covered with that as well!

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>>> What other free printables are you looking for? Share with us in the comments!

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