It’s February already, which means another month in our Bullet Journal is almost completed.
While February does produce a lot of Valentines goodness, we are pleased to report we’ve found a lot of inspiration that has nothing to do with Valentines day.
Below we have floral doodles, stamping genius and even a black and white shipwreck theme!
So, without further ado, I’d love to share my favourite Plan With Me videos for February 2019.
Fluffy Pastel Clouds with Plant Based Bride
Watercolours and paint are becoming more popular in the Bullet Journal community, especially with more notebook options with thicker pages that can take more colour than ever before.
Elizabeth’s colour choices are perfect – the pinks mixed with the oranges really help balance the colours out. They’re gorgeous.
It’s also worth seeing how she decorates her Monthly calendar spread, as it’s simple but stunning.
Shipwreck Theme with it’s me, Andie
If you’re looking for some monochrome inspiration, Andie has a great theme for February that stays away from anything valentines day related.
What I love about her layout is the way she’s incorporated shipwreck-y stuff into her layouts seamlessly.
A ship’s wheel becomes the monthly log and some antique paper becomes her to do lists and notes – then she adds some black and white drawings to really finish the layouts.
And check out those genius stickers for the Dutch Doors!
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Memory keeping with Steph B Sanity
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you’ll know I’m a big fan of using Bullet Journals as memory keepers as well as organisational tools.
So Steph’s February layout was bound to be a favourite. She uses printouts from Pinterest, as well as her own snaps, to make her gorgeously sweet February spreads.
Forget me notes with Stationery Island
Sorry – not sorry – for that awful pun.
If you’re more of a doodler, this theme is super easy to recreate and looks adorable.
As she says (I can’t find her name anywhere?) you can add some hearts to easily turn this theme into a more lovey-dovey theme.
Natural Pastels with My Inner Creative
Nicola has a real talent for design – she mixes her doodles, stamps and stickers to create a gorgeous February layout.
Watch how she uses stamps with scrap paper to create floral boarders around her sections, and stencil cut outs to stamp in her bunting tracker. Seriously, this girl is a genius!
Simple Florals with PaperMango
It’s amazing what incorporating different shapes can do to your bujo.
PaperMango uses diamond shapes in her spreads which are such a perfect touch and so easy to do!
I also love how she fits all her trackers so compactly on one spread!
Don’t know which notebook is right for you? Compare them, here!
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