It’s that time of the year – time to rewatch the Star Wars movies and add some space adventure to your Bullet Journal pages! Whether you are planning on a whole monthly theme or just one memorable spread on May the 4th, I’ll be the Obi-Wan to your Princess Leia!
Here are some ideas on how to add Star Wars to your BuJo pages and inspirations from amazing artists who already did it.
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Are you a Star Wars fan? I mean, who isn’t! Right? Even if you’re not a hardcore Jedi, everyone knows and loves some part of those movies. When I saw the original trilogy, for example, they looked like an absolute fairytale.
Yet, I think what I loved the most is that even though it’s all about space and aliens, it always was so realistic. All the character felt so real and relatable, they never fail to bring me joy.
I just have to mention here my love for Princess Leia. She always was and still is my absolute favorite female character and definitely a role model. She wasn’t perfect, but she had her beliefs and she was brave and intent on fighting for them. This resonated with me on so many levels…..
What about you, who is your favorite Star Wars character?
But, let’s get back to Bullet Journal and how you can add this fantastic space epic to your pages.
Star Wars Bullet Journal Page Inspirations
Let’s start from getting inspired by these beautiful creations, and later I’ll give you some tips on how you can create your own Star Wars themed spreads even if you aren’t very confident in your drawing skills. So keep on reading!
Are you pumped yet? Just looking at these beauties made me want to change all my plans and go with Star Wars for my May setups!
Now that hopefully your creative juices are also flowing let’s see how you can create your own memorable pages.
How To Create Star Wars Themes Spreads
The first thing I think of is of course to draw some doodles. Unlike realistic art, doodles are so much easier to draw. Especially if you can see the doodle as a set of very simple shapes brought together.
I compiled a few tutorials for you below. The fun part with these is that you can use them to decorate your pages, but also to create themed habit trackers!
While doing my research, I also found this cute book of Star Wars doodles! It’s definitely a fun thing to play with and I’m sure it can help you create extremely adorable pages in your BuJo.
In case you aren’t really into doodling, or just don’t have time for it, there is plenty of stationery that can help you out. Here are some of my picks from Etsy.
Are you ready to add some Star Wars to your Bullet Journal now? What are you planning to use to decorate your spreads? Share with us your creations in the comments below!
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