You’ll love these free Bullet Journal printables! One of the great things about this system is its flexibility and adaptability. Whether you’re a minimalist or a creative soul, there’s a weekly spread out there that’s perfect for you.
And guess what? You don’t have to draw everything yourself. There are countless talented creators who’ve designed fabulous, ready-to-use layouts.
From simple grids to artistic landscapes, these printable weekly spreads cater to all tastes. This blog post is your treasure trove, packed full with dozens of free printables in various styles and formats. Ready to transform your Bullet Journal game? Let’s dive in!
Printables are absolute game-changers, and I can’t wait to share why!
First up, let’s talk time-saving. We all have those days when the mere thought of setting up a new spread feels like climbing Mount Everest, right? With printables, you can say goodbye to those days! No more rulers, no more erasers, no more “Oops, I messed up that line.” Just print, stick, and voila – your week is ready to be planned.
Next up, variety! One week you might be in the mood for something minimalistic, the next you might want a splash of color or an intricate design. With printables, you are the master of your Bullet Journal universe. There are so many different styles and formats out there that you can match your weekly spread to your mood, your outfit, or even the weather!
Printable weekly spreads are the secret sauce to a stress-free, stylish, and supportive Bullet Journal experience.
How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal
Before we dive into the list of free printables, let’s talk about adding printables to your journal. Especially if you’re a beginner, you probably have some questions.
So here are a few steps to help you with the process.
- Open the file with a PDF reader like Adobe Reader (100% free and safe download) to open the file.
- Set your printer to the right size. If the printables size is A5 then just set to print in actual size, and if it’s not A5 you can choose print in A5. In this case, I say A5 since it’s the most popular notebook size for Bullet Journaling, but yours might be different, so check that.
- Print, cut, and use in your journal!
There is also a blog post with more detailed instructions, screenshots, and even a video on how you can seamlessly add printables to your Bullet Journal at the end of the post.
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And you’ll need some supplies as well, so here are my recommendations:
- High-quality printing paper. This is really important because if you get low-quality paper it might damage your markers. I recommend using HP Premium Paper.
- A printer. Obviously, you can use any printer you want to, but if you’re looking for a good printer, I can recommend Epson Ecotank Printer.
- Paper cutter. Trust me, your printables will look so much better when the edges are straight-cut. I recommend using this paper cutter.
- Adhesive. Of course, you’ll need something to actually stick your printables to your Bullet Journal pages, and I recommend using Tombow Adhesive.
- Corner rounder. Chances are your journal has rounded corners, so you might want to do the same with your printables. It could be easy, and you’d get straight cuts with a corner rounder.
Now that you’ve got all your supplies and ready-to-use printables in your Bullet Journal, it’s time to share the list with all the freebies available out there.
And keep on scrolling because at the end of the post, you’ll find even more free printables and resources.
Bullet Journal Printables
Before you leave, let me mention again that the Resources Vault already has 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, including several printable weekly spreads.
If you don’t have access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.
Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.
And if you want something completely different level, there are several printable weekly spreads in the shop.
They all come with different functionality and in different styles and formats.
Of course, there are so many more freebies out there, and here on Masha Plans, I do my best to collect as many as I can find for you.
Check out these blog posts next:
- How To Use Bullet Journal Printables
- Free Journal Printables To Revolutionize Your BuJo
- Bullet Journal Weekly Spread VS Daily Log
>>> What kind of printables do you like using in your Bullet Journal? Let us know in the comments.
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