Bullet Journal page ideas are aplenty, but it’s the cover pages that truly let your creativity shine.
These opening beauties are the creative heart of our journals, setting the mood and theme for the days and weeks to follow. They’re where we get to play, experiment, and infuse our own unique style into our Bullet Journals. And let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a good theme?
As winter wraps its chilly arms around us, it brings along a flurry of inspiration for our Bullet Journals. Think frosty landscapes, cozy fireside scenes, and delicate snowflakes!
This list is here to inspire your winter Bullet Journal cover page, offering a mix of both minimalist and intricate designs. So grab your pens, pop on your favorite cozy sweater, and let’s start creating some winter magic together!
Cover pages in your Bullet Journal are like the welcoming committee to your month. They’re not just there for looks, though they certainly add a dash of creativity and personal flair to your planning process.
No, these cover pages serve a purpose. They act as signposts, guiding you through your journal and making navigation a breeze. But more than that, they’re an opportunity – a blank canvas for you to fill with whatever inspires you.
A well-crafted cover page can turn your everyday planning into an exciting adventure. It’s a chance to play with different themes, experiment with new artistic techniques, and inject a little more fun into your routine.
And let’s face it, who wouldn’t want their to-do list to feel less like a chore and more like a creative outlet?
So this post has plenty of inspirations to help you kraft your own perfect theme, but thee is a freebie for you as well, in case you want something easy.
At the end of the post, you’ll find some free printable cover pages, as well as some more resources to inspire you.
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Of course, for creating a cover page you’ll need some supplies. You can definitely use whatever supplies you already have, but in case you want to add something extra to your collection, I’ve got you covered.
Here are some of my recommendations:
- A journal. Chances are you already have a journal, but if you’re still on the lookout, check out Scribbles That Matter journals (use code SAVE10 for 10% OFF).
- Fineliners. They are great for drawing, creating your pages, adding lettering, and more. My favorites are Sakura Pigma Micron, and the set comes with pens of different nib sizes to add variety to your line thickness.
- Markers. If you want to add some color to your pages, markers are your best friends. There are plenty out there; I really like Tombow Twin Tone markers for their colors. I also often recommend Crayola Super Tips, since they come in many colors and are pretty affordable.
- Brush Pens. For adding some brush lettering to your pages, you’ll need some brush pens. I recommend Tombow Fudenosuke since they are easy to control and work great for drawing as well.
- Washi Tape. If you want an easy way to decorate your Bullet Journal pages, washi tapes are the way to go! There are so many different designs and different colors; you’ll definitely be able to find something that fits your style.
Now that you have all your stationery ready, time to get comfortable in your home office, or maybe on the couch, and start planning out your cover pages.
Free Printable Cover Pages
There are, of course, some freebies I have ready for you. Already in the Resources Vault you can find 12 FREE printable cover pages, including three for winter months.
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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.
Of course, there are always more inspirations and more cover pages. So here are a few more posts for you to check next:
- 13 February Bullet Journal Cover Page Ideas
- January Bullet Journal Cover Page Ideas
- 15 Bullet Journal Winter Theme Inspirations
>>> What cover page are you choosing for the upcoming month? Share with us in the comments!
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