Hey Planning Mashers!
For one half of the planet, Spring is almost here, so it’s time to start thinking about your Spring Bullet Journal theme. As always, I got you covered!
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Spring oh spring, beautiful time for nature to wake up, the warmth to enter our lives again and fill it with hopes and dreams and cute boots and jackets.
For someone like me, who just can’t stand cold (yeah I’m totally a fake Russian, give me +40 tropics, not -40 Siberia), Spring has always been a time to brush off winter blues and see the world again in bright colors.
I bet you’d like to bring all these and whatever other feelings you have about this season to your BuJo pages, and I’m here to help you with some theme ideas.
If you’re on the other side of the globe and you’re just getting your cute Fall boots ready, I got you covered with these 15 Fall Bullet Journal Theme Ideas.
I’m actually buying sweaters myself, winter is coming! So for me, this year Spring themes for March-April are my little warm havens to keep me from my usual winter hibernation.
So, let’s dive in and see which of these themes will spark your imagination!
I divided this post into general themes, holidays (because holidays are always a great inspiration for a monthly theme) and finally tons of inspirations for Spring themes from creators all over Instagram.
Spring Bullet Journal Themes
I must warn you, Spring is nature rebirth, so it will influence a lot of the themes in this list. But there are many other themes here as well, so just keep scrolling.
Flowers. Well, duh!! After months of cold these beauties finally show themselves to bring us joy, so it’s, of course, a well-expected theme.
The fun thing about this theme is that you really can play around with it. If you don’t want it to be just flowers, try combining it with something. Like flowers and photo cameras, or flowers and light bulbs.
Speaking of flowers, be sure to check my posts of How To Draw Beautiful Flowers In Your Bullet Journal and 15 Simple Floral Doodles.
If you don’t feel like drawing, I got you covered here as well. Check out our Patreon family! First of all, there is a set of printable floral stickers, which will be perfect to decorate your floral pages.
Plus, there are several floral weekly spreads, so you’ll be totally covered.
Finally, my complete March monthly setup will be floral themed!
So, be sure to join our Patreon to support Masha Plans and get TONS of printables for your Bullet Journal as well as lettering practice sheets and stickers.
Succulents. Since it’s all about nature this season, why not try to create a succulent theme in your Bullet Journal. They will also go very well if you’re creating minimalist layouts since they require very little color and are pretty simple to draw.
Rain. As much as I love to think about Spring as summy weather and fresh green grass, it’s not always the case. Rain is just as essential to the season.
Think cute clouds, happy raindrops, and brightly colored umbrellas and rain boots. Bring all the joy you have as a kid playing in the rain to your Bullet Journal pages.
Rainbows. With rain, of course, come the rainbows, and it’s a perfect theme to use your favorite pastels. Oh maybe take it a bit further and connect it with unicorns! Unicorns can totally be your Sprint theme!
Cherry Blossoms. Spring is of course time to enjoy cherry blossoms. It’s totally my dream to visit Japan during that season! But hey, meanwhile why not add these gentle flowers to your Bullet Journal pages.
Bunnies. Or any other cute little woodland animals. Think Bamby and the cuties we had there during the Spring season when animals wake up together with nature.
Butterflies. Why not? Butterflies are super cute! Plus you can always combine it with some florals.
Bees. These little guys are saving the planet, so let’s give them some love! Plus, they are pretty easy to doodle and can be such cuties!
Gardening. Spring is time to get working on your gardens, and if it’s something you enjoy doing – why not bring it to your Bullet Journal pages? Think flowers, seeds, gardening instruments. It sounds pretty boring, but believe me, all these things can be so adorable!
Self Care. I don’t know about you, but for me, spring is a time when my hormones are going crazy, so I really need extra self-care, both for my mental health and for my skin. So when you guys offered self-care as my theme for March I was very happy to oblige!
Bicycles. Spring is time to finally take the bike out of the storage for a ride, so why not create a complete theme around it.
Birds. Don’t you just love waking up to birds singing in spring? It’s my favorite thing ever and the first sign that the warmer times are coming
Hot Air Balloons. Spring always felt to me like a time for a new adventure, and what can be more adventurous than hor air balloons?!
Spring Break. I didn’t get to experience this in my time (no spring break in Soviet Russia!), but it sounds like a great time you might want to commemorate as a Bullet Journal theme.
Spring Holiday Bullet Journal Themes
Another approach you might want to take when choosing a theme for your Spring Bullet Journal pages is following the holiday schedule.
There are actually so many fun little holidays, apart from the well-known ones! And each one of them can be turned into a pretty fun theme.
- National Craft Month
- Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
- International Women’s Day
- Girl Scouts Day
- Popcorn Lover’s day
- Pi Day
- Saint Patrick’s Day
- Waffle Day
- International Guitar Month
- April Fool’s Day
- Children’s Book Day
- Scrabble Day
- Dolphin Day
- World Penguin Day
- International Astronomy Day
- Free Comic Book Day
- Star Wars Day
- Bird Day
- Cinco De Mayo
- Love a Tree Day
- International Jazz Day
Just a little note – if you decide to go with the Star Wars theme, I have a blog post with tons of Star Wars Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations, so be sure to give it a look.
Spring Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations
Finally, here are some beautiful spreads from different creators to inspire your Spring Bullet Journal setups.
Oh, and I added several pages from your truly as well since I’ve been creating LOTS of floral themes in my BuJo.
So, what theme are you choosing for next month? Share with us in the comments!
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