Minimalist Headers For Your Bullet Journal
Are you looking for a way to spruce up your minimalist pages? One of the easiest ways to do that is with Bullet Journal title ideas!
Not only are they simple to create, but they add an extra touch of order and organization, which will help keep you motivated.
In this blog post, you’ll find some fun and creative ideas for making minimalist headers in your Bullet Journal.
Minimalist Bullet Journal usually means that the setups are created without all the extra decorations and with just a few stationery supplies.
But it doesn’t mean they have to be boring or not pretty. In fact, you can create absolutely stunning minimalist pages!
Let’s look into some headers first, but keep scrolling because I have more content for you with header ideas and minimalist BuJo ideas at the end of the post.
Oh, and I also created a free mini-course on how to jump-start your creativity, be sure to sign up at the end of the post.
Minimalist Header Ideas
Since minimalist usually means something simple to create in black and white or using just one color, these are the types of headers you'll find in this list.
But there is more other types of headers at the end of the post if you decide that maybe you want something full of color.
Titles With Banners
A great way to add some character to your headers if you have just one pen, can be using other decorations around it, like these tiny flower doodles or banners.
Cute Tiny Headers
I'm not sure about you, but I always feel like when something is small and with just tiny hints of color, it's not just citer, but also can be counted as minimalist.
This is a great example of minimalism in your Bullet Journal. All you need for any of these headers is a black pen and a grey marker, but look how much variety you can create.
One Pen Headers
Just one pen can create so much, and in this case, I think it's not even a fancy pen like a fineliner but your usual ballpoint pen. You see. It's all about how you use it, not what kind of supplies you have.
Gold Header Ideas
Just because something is minimalist doesn't mean it has to be only in black and white. You're free to add some colors, and gold is a wonderful color to contrast with black.
This is a perfect example of a minimalist header because even though it looks elaborate, it's pretty easy to recreate. The colors are muted and in a greyscale color palette.
Green Title Ideas
I say green because I see one of the Tombow pens is green, but it's so subtle you can barely notice it. It's a perfect idea if you're not very comfortable with color yet, but want to start exploring.
Kraft Paper Headers
These are really simple ideas, but how well they look, especially with the way Mark mixes different fonts together. Contrast just between black and cursive letters is already an amazing way to create something that would stand out.
Muted Header ideas
Not everyone would agree with me about these headers being minimalist, but for me, they are. With the muted slight accents and high presence of brush lettering, I think these are a great way to decorate your minimalist pages.
This one has so many beautiful ideas, and they all don't require any special stationery or special lettering skills.
Mini Pink Headers
One more example of how much cuter things look when they are smaller. I love that just using a little color or some banners around the headers makes them stand out so much and look so different, even though most are just your usual daily handwriting.
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Minimalist Header Supplies
When you want to recreate some of these minimalist headers, what supplies do you use?
Well, the whole beauty of this type of journaling is that you don’t need any extra supplies! Any ballpoint pen you have will work.
But of course, if you’re looking to elevate your game, here is what I’d recommend:
- Fineliners. Best pens for headers and doodling; these are my favorite.
- Grayscale markers. These, I think, are the staples of adding some more variety to your minimalist pages while still keeping them black and white. I recommend these.
- Stencils. I usually go for the minimalist style when I want something good-looking but fast to set up. These stencils would be perfect for creating banners and other things for your headers.
- Pastel markers. If you want to add some colors but want to keep it still muted, there is no better way than use pastel colors, and this set is my all-time favorite.
There are a lot more resources on the blog, so if you haven’t found the style of headers you love, don’t worry!
Here are a few more posts for you to check out:
- 21 Fun And Easy Bullet Journal Header Ideas
- Simple Header Ideas For Notes
- 90+ Header And Title Ideas
- Easy Header Ideas For Your Bullet Journal
If you’re more interested in creating a minimalist Bullet Journal, I also have a few posts to spark your creativity:
- 31+ Easy Minimalist Bullet Journal Weekly Spreads
- Simple But Stunning Minimalist Bullet Journal Page Ideas
- Minimalist Habit Tracker Ideas For Your Bullet Journal
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So, which one of these headers did you like the most?
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