11 Bullet Journal Spring Bucket List Inspirations

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Bullet Journal page ideas can truly blossom in the springtime! As we shed the layers of winter, so too do we peel back the pages of our Bullet Journals to reveal a fresh canvas for the new season.

Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal, a perfect season to explore creative and fun ways to fill your Bullet Journal pages.

Our Spring bucket list inspirations are here to sprinkle a dash of sunshine onto your journaling journey. From vibrant floral themes to exciting outdoor adventures, these suggestions will surely breathe new life into your Bullet Journal.

So, grab your favorite pen, open up to a fresh page, and let’s dive into these Spring inspirations together!

There’s something genuinely thrilling about crafting a Spring bucket list in your Bullet Journal. It’s like scribbling a love letter to your future self, full of promises for joyous adventures and soulful experiences.

Remember the childhood thrill of finding the first bloom after a long winter? That’s the magic we’re channeling here!

Having a Spring bucket list in your Bullet Journal allows you to capture that same sense of excitement and anticipation. It’s not just about planning; it’s about dreaming, exploring, and most importantly, making the most out of this beautiful season. So, as the days grow longer and the buds start to appear, let’s turn our Bullet Journals into a vibrant garden of possibilities, shall we?

Spring Bucket List Ideas

Before we dive into the Bullet Journal page inspirations for your Spring bucket list, I wanted to share a few ideas on what you might want to include in your list.

Hopefully, these ideas will spark your imagination, and you’ll come up with a fantastic list of spring activities you love doing!

  • Plant a Mini Herb Garden: It’s thyme to get your hands dirty!
  • Picnic in the Park: Nothing says spring like sandwiches and sunshine.
  • Spring Cleaning: Out with the old, in with the new.
  • Visit a Farmers Market: Fresh produce and local goodies? Yes, please!
  • Go on a Nature Walk: Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming – soak it in.
  • Read a Book Outdoors: Because why not mix two of life’s finest pleasures?
  • Try a New Outdoor Workout: Yoga in the park, perhaps?
  • Paint a Landscape: Channel your inner Monet!
  • Bake a Fruit Pie: Strawberry, rhubarb, blueberry – oh my!
  • Fly a Kite: Embrace your inner child.
  • Host a BBQ: Fire up the grill and call up some friends.
  • Visit a Botanical Garden: Nature’s art gallery at its finest.
  • Start a DIY Project: Time to tackle that Pinterest board.
  • Go for a Bike Ride: Feel the wind in your hair.
  • Watch a Sunrise: Early bird gets the worm…and the breathtaking view!

So there you have it! A spring bucket list that’s bursting with fun. Remember, the goal isn’t to check off every single item (though kudos if you do!). The real joy is in embracing the season, trying new things, and most importantly, enjoying the journey.

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Stationery Recommendations

One more little stop before we dive into Spring bucket list inspirations. To recreate any of the upcoming pages, you’ll need some stationery.

You can definitely use whatever you already have in your collection, but if you want something else, check out these favorites:

  • Fineliners. These are the basis for every Bullet Journal page and your faithful companions in the world of journaling. My top recommendation is the Sakura Pigma Micron, which also comes in different nib sizes, allowing for a variety of line thicknesses.
  • Brush pens. Brush pens are perfect for adding brush lettering to your Bullet Journal pages, drawing, or even adding color. I would recommend the Tombow Fude brush pen for a smaller brush tip and the Tombow Dual Brush for a larger brush tip and significantly more colors.
  • Stencils. Stencils are a great way to add decorative or functional elements to your Bullet Journal pages quickly. And unlike stickers, stencils are reusable. For Spring-themed pages, I think you would love these beautiful floral stencils.
  • Markers. These are a must-have if you’re a fan of colorful pages. The choice of these depends on the colors you like. My favorites are Zebra Mildliner and Tombow Twin Tone.

With your supplies at the ready, let’s look at ways you can put your Spring bucket list on the pages of your Bullet Journal.

Bullet Journal Spring Bucket List Inspirations

Ah, the joy of crafting a Spring Bucket List! It's like painting a masterpiece with the vibrant colors of your imagination. And the best part? There are as many ways to create a Spring bucket list as there are blossoms on a cherry tree.

Whether you're a minimalist who loves clean lines and simplicity or a maximalist who can't get enough of stickers, washi tape, and colorful doodles, there's a style that's perfect for you.

In this post let's keep it to a non overwhlming amount of 11 ideas.

Free Bullet Journal Printables

Of course, I couldn’t leave you without a freebie. Already in the Resources Vault you can find 50+ FREE printables and printable stickers to create any pages you want.

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.

If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.

It’s pretty basic, and you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.

More Resources

Are you looking for some more ideas and inspirations to try in your Bullet Journal this Spring? I’ve got you covered.

Check out these posts next:

>>> What are you adding to your Spring bucket list? Share with us in the comments!

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