When you think of a February Bullet Journal theme, it’s always something connected to love and romance. But what if you don’t feel like it?
Well, that’s when you have to remember that your journal means your rules, and you’re free to do anything you want.
Check the post below to get some fun theme ideas that are not Valentine’s Day-related.
There is nothing wrong with doing a Valentine’s Day Bullet Journal theme for February. In fact, they are amazing, and you can create so many beautiful pages around them.
But just because Valentine’s day is in February, it doesn’t mean it has to be your theme. Just like you don’t have to do a Christmas Bullet Journal theme in December.
It’s hard to find inspirations of anything other than hearts and Paris (aka the most romantic spot in the world). That’s where I came in with this post.
Check out these amazing cover pages to get inspired for your February Bullet Journal setup.
Who doesn't like boba tea? I know I'm obsessed with it and still trying to find the perfect recipe to make it at home.
If you're looking for more ideas, check my post on Boba Tea Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations.
This is usually something you think of as an April Bullet Journal Theme, but your journal- your rules. Why not bring these cute fuzzy creatures to your February pages?
It can be watercolor like here, but you can also just use your colored markers. Just make sure you create patterns using different shades of the same color and maybe some sparkly accents.
Archer & Olive acrylograph pens are probably my favorites to add gold or silver accents. Plus, you can always get 10% off any of your Archer and Olive with my code MASHA10.
Flowers are a great theme to use any month, and I love how the letter f and the flowers contrast with the black paper.
If you want to learn how to draw flowers to create your own floral theme, be sure to check my post on How To Draw Flower Doodles In Your Journal.
Mandalas are not only beautiful but also very calming to create. I definitely recommend trying out this theme as a way of self-care.
If you've never drawn mandalas, you can check my post on How To Draw Mandalas In Your Bullet Journal.
Or any other food, because why not? It's a fun thing to doodle, and looking at this page I just itch to start having complete and healthy breakfasts.
My own February idea, where I got inspired by Headspace and created a theme around mindfulness and meditation.
If you click "Read More" you'll be able to see a Plan With Me for this setup, as well as some more February theme ideas.
Chinese new year, or Spring Festival, usually falls at the end of January - the beginning of February. So it's a perfect theme for this month.
I'm not sure how to actually name this theme, but for me, it's basically about color. When having some color swatched and maybe washi tape in similar colors.
I believe coffee is a great theme for every month of the year, and this page is a marvelous representation of this theme.
For some more, you can always check my post with Coffee Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations.
This cover page is inspired by one of my new favorite cozy games, Stardew Valley. It's absolutely adorable, and I was so happy to find that it inspired somebody to create a full theme around it.
Me, so far I only did an Animal Crossing Bullet Journal theme.
What theme are you thinking of using this February?
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