I find making monthly bullet journal spreads just, like, peak soothing (and also a great excuse to scroll through endless beautiful things on Pinterest in the name of ~research) and I have a particular soft spot for February spreads. It’s like someone opens a floodgate marked “ROMANTICISM” in my brain. Or, okay, it’s like someone levers that floodgate further open, because it’s always open in my brain. Soft aesthetics! Pinks! Slightly mysterious florals! GIRLS! The dream.
I’ll credit all the art below but as a general rule, I try to save everything I use to my Pinterest page so I’ve got it to hand to credit artists.
Let’s get into it!
Cherry blossom doodle: Inspired by Amanda Rach Lee! She always makes the most beautiful bullet journal pages and this month she posted a video called “How to Draw Cherry Blossoms” so I thought I’d give it a go. My drawing skills are… let’s say limited, but I like to have a go at doodling new things now and then.
Tiny steps still take you there: @jessrachelsharp on Instagram
Pink wlw art: @pfeffersteak on tumblr
If you’re looking for inspiration for your own bullet journal spreads, here are some suggestions:
- Cheyenne Barton’s journaling videos (and videos in general) are just a wealth of cosy vibes and good feelings
- Sarah Swan’s journaling videos are super pink, dreamy, and aesthetic
- Jordan Clark’s videos are wistful, kind of magical, and will make you want to cover yourself in stars, moonlight, and petals
Do you do monthly spreads in your journal? Do you have favourite places to find journal inspiration? Let me know! ❤
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