21 Spring Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations
With the weather warm and birds singing, it’s time to think about Spring Bullet Journal theme ideas!
Find your inspiration among these 21 cover pages, all with different themes and different styles.
Spring is the perfect time to freshen up your Bullet Journal and get those creative juices flowing! You can literally draw inspiration from just about anything to create unique and beautiful spreads.
This post will be a good place to start your creative juices flowing.
There are also more resources at the end, as well as some free printables, so be sure to scroll until the end.
Spring Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations
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.
Lavender is an excellent theme for any month.
I especially love it because there are very easy to doodle and yet end up looking so darn cute!
This cover page is stunning, and I love the Japanese aesthetic of the illustration. And the theme is also very Japanese, melon bread is so delicious, and I'm still yet to find it anywhere outside of Japan.
This is a more traditional take on the succulents theme, and I really love all the colors.
I love this theme because apart from drawing different plants, you can also play around with so many different types of pots.
Flowers are a wonderful theme for each month, especially for summer.
This is my take on the floral theme; I can't get enough of pastel colors for Spring.
I wish I could tell if it’s a dragonfly or a butterfly, but either way, it’s beautiful.
I’m quite sure she used watercolor for this beautiful effect.
Beautiful and very gentle floral theme. The colors are so beautiful and have a sunny feel to them.
I also love that the header is in black and contrasts so well with the colors of the flowers.
Speaking of contrast, isn’t this spread absolutely beautiful?
The black of the letter really brings out the yellow and green of the flowers.
You can add some magic to your Bullet Journal with this theme any month, including this spring.
My take on the camera theme, and since it’s spring, I, of course, had to add some flowers to it as well.
Flowers are a great extra theme to add to anything I think.
Music is such a fun theme, and it can work beautifully for any month.
I really love the bright orange and how it contrasts with the black.
Loving the boho vibe of this cover page, and of course, the flowers are beautiful.
I think the letter stamps also look great and very fitting to the style.
Disney is always a good theme, and I love this beautiful Tangled cover page.
For more Disney stuff, be sure to check my Enchanting Disney Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations.
There are never enough inspirations for the floral Bullet Journal theme.
I’m loving the fact that it’s a wreath; I always say wreaths are a great way to decorate your cover page.
Why not doodle these delicious drinks as a theme for your Spring Bullet Journal setup? It's a pretty easy thing to doodle, and you can get so much variety just by using different colors.
Flowers In Vase
Black and white flowers with color accents are probably my favorites, and how beautiful is this brush lettering?
I truly believe that brush lettering is a decoration on itself.
This is the heme you don't see that often, but it's absolutely stunning. That koala is the cutest and I love how it's all surrounded by green.
This is a really fun theme and a fantastic execution on this cover page. It's a wonderful way to practice your basic shapes and to use your old school rulers.
Flowers And Butterflies
One more floral idea, but this time it's with butterflies. I especially love the contrast between the black of illustrations and the colorful background.
Of course, with April being in Spring, we could not avoid adding an Easter spread, and this is a great example.
One more inspiration for the cherry blossoms theme.
My special love here is that match of black and gold; it really looks so stunning.
A fun theme, and I love the blue colors used here. It's a fun way to use just a little bit of blue and contrast it with the black color of the wheels.
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Supplies For Creating A Spring Theme
What do you need to create these beautiful SPring pages? Well, it could be anything you have in your collection.
But if you want to expand your collection, here are my recommendations.
Sakura Pigma Micron
Of course, the first thing to get is fineliners because they are the blood of your journal. These particular ones are my favorites.
Tombow Dual Brush Pens
For me, nothing screams Spring more than pastel colors, and these markers are the best! This is actually the first set of colorful markers I've ever gotten, and they are still my favorites now.
Spring Sticker Sheet
Of course, no set of stationery recommendations will be complete without a set of stickers, and these are so perfect for any Spring themed setup.
Floral Wood Rubber Stamps Set
Stamps are a great way to decorate your Bullet Journal, and unlike stickers, you can use them as many times as you want.
And if you've never used them, check my post How To Use Stamps In Your Bullet Journal.
I recommend these for all types of Bullet Journal spreads because these are my favorite markers of all time, they come in beautiful colors, and they are of the highest quality as well.
Do you need more inspiration? I’ve got you covered.
Check out these posts for some more theme ideas:
- Spring Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
- Spring Cover Page Ideas For Your Bullet Journal
- 15 Creative March Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
- 15 April Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
- Creative May Bullet Journal Ideas
- Easter Themed Bullet Journal Inspirations
- Easter Bullet Journal Ideas To Try This April
For more general theme ideas, be sure to check my post with 200+ Bullet Journal Theme Ideas.
If you create a Spring theme, you might need to doodle things. So I bet you’ll appreciate these posts:
- Easy Spring Doodle Tutorials
- Cute & Easy Spring Flower Doodle Ideas
- How To Draw Flower Doodles In Your Bullet Journal
This should be enough to keep you inspired and help you to create a beautiful Spring Bullet Journal setup.
Free Bullet Journal Printables
Of course, I didn’t want to leave you without something special, and what I’ve got for you today is a set of cover pages, including 3 cover pages for Spring.
You can already find them in the Resources Vault.
If you don’t have your access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.
Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 100+ free Bullet Journal printables 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 all you need is a printer, a good-quality paper, and, of course, a paper cutter.
Which one of these will you be using in your Bullet Journal this Spring?
Let us know in the comments.
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