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While you might be thinking of a Valentine’s Day theme for your February weekly spread, there are plenty more super cute ideas out there too! With everything from super simple / boxy themes to more abstract and artsy, you’ll find something that gives you inspiration here… These examples are the perfect way to get those creative juices flowing and to start planning things out
Here are the ones that stood out to me:
Gradient Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Emmi on Instagram
How awesome is that header text?! I love the color gradient from purple to pink and the doodle hearts doodles behind it! If you don’t want a complete Valentine’s theme, but still want something cute and pink, this one is for you. The super simple banners for each day are definitely something I can take inspiration from!
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Photo credit: DIDI on Instagram
This gold themed weekly spread is amazing! I love the way its setup and everything just works together… From the ripped paper in the top corner and calendar below it to the little quote in the bottom… I love how she drew the February header and glued it on top of the brown paper giving it a lot of contrast. If you’re feeling scrap booky this week, don’t cut this one out!
Photo credit: Begüm’s Bullet Journal on Instagram
This spread is one that I take a lot of inspiration from! I love how crisp and clean the lines are which makes the overall layout look so put together. Plus, the handwritten February text and text for each day is the perfect contrast to the boxy look. Whether you’re a bullet journal beginner or have been journaling for years, this is a spread that anyone can get cute ideas from!
Photo credit: Tiia on Instagram
How about this awesome black and gold theme!? The snake painting and gold roses are something I could only DREAM of doing myself lol… But even if you aren’t artistically gifted like Tiia, you could still pull inspiration from the way she laid out the week! I love the simplicity of everything while still having a super elegant look to it. Try out a black and gold weekly spread with inspiration from this one!
Sumo Weekly Spread
Photo credit: The Lame Journal on Instagram
Sumo and Bujo!! This spread has SOOO much going on but still looks super cute! The way they incorporated all the stickers is something that I could definitely try in my own bullet journal… The more I look at this layout, the more little details I see and it’s just so fun. Seize the day and SUMO your way through the week!
Cute February Weekly
Photo credit: Hayley’s Bujo on Instagram
If a full page crazy weekly spread really isn’t your style, maybe this one is more up your alley… At least for me, I know that this type of spread is something that I can layout quickly and continue planning out my week. So with that in mind, this would be a great one for a bujo beginner! I also really like how she has the events boxed out for each day and then has room for her daily tasks in a different location. Keep calm and set up a cute weekly spread!
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Light Blue Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Vanessa on Instagram
I think this might be the perfect blend between the two examples above. It has a great mixture of doodles, washi tape, and daily tasks! This would be a great spread if you want to add some decoration to your bullet journal but don’t want to go all out. Plus, I’m a sucker for drop shadows… They’re just so easy but make simple boxes look so much better!
Photo credit: Elise on Instagram
Space egg theme?! Is that even a thing? I think so lol! The way she has each little egg doodle with a different emotion is so cute. I love the color gradient in the daily headers and the stars throughout the entire spread really fills things out. Don’t crack under the pressure this week… Plan your work and work your plan
Letter Theme Spread
Photo credit: Kels on Instagram
Sending or receiving any love letters this month!? I love how she has the February text glued on from a different page. I usually do that whenever I mess up a page and have some left over scraps lol. This weekly spread is pretty simple and the way she highlighted each days text with the white is something you could use on any spread! Love is in the air… or mail this week!
Highlighter February Weekly
Photo credit: Sabina on Instagram
This spread is simple but still has a lot of little details that make it look so good! I love the dashed dividers for each day that she then went back over and just highlighted… It really breaks up each day in a super easy. Also, the drop shadows on the numbered boxes are so subtle but they really add to the overall theme. If you want the perfect balance between a cute bujo quote and your weekly log, this one is for you!
Rose Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Bujo & Watercolour on Instagram
If you want a cute floral weekly spread for February, then this one will definitely give you some ideas! I absolutely love the ball jar doodle idea for the flower vases… Plus, the weekly layout is super simple so the doodles really stand out. Even if you’re going with something that’s more of a Valentine’s theme, you could use those little heart’s with the dashes behind them to fill in blank space. I heart this spread!
Photo credit: Audrey on Instagram
While this isn’t necessarily a bullet journal, I still had to include this spread since its so cute. Her handwritten quote is adorable and the way she has the washi tape laid out at the bottom is something I’m going to try. If you’re going with a space theme for February then this one will definitely give you some inspiration! “A smooth sea never made a skillful sailor” – Franklin Roosevelt
Black & White
Photo credit: Lilly Journals on Instagram
Feeling a little mood this February!? I don’t think it gets more simple and straight to the point than this weekly spread lol… Even if you aren’t feeling that moody, the stenciled numbers for each day is something that you could get set up in no time! I love the ultra simplistic theme paired with that doodle. Tell us how you really feel this week!
Diamond Theme Spread
Photo credit: Kate on Instagram
Similar to the example above, this weekly spread is pretty simple but is more light and fun! The way she utilizes the stickers and washi tape to decorate the spread is something I can definitely take inspiration from… Plus the super clean boxes for each day with the negative space headers are oddly satisfying. Shine like a diamond this February
Pastel Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Artemis BuJo on Instagram
This weekly spread just screams cute and simple to me… I know it’s similar to some spreads from above, but I still had to include this one since you can still get some really good ideas from it. The doodle banners at the top and bottom with the different colors are such a great addition! It makes a simple spread look super professional in my opinion. This would be a great layout if you’re just starting out and aren’t going with a typical Valentine’s day theme. Doodle your way through the week!
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Photo credit: Honey Bliss Journals on Instagram
Now, if you’re looking for more of an artsy layout, this one is for you! I love the way it’s set up with the two-page spread and focus being in the middle Plus, adding the pictures instead of drawing something there is something that I’m going to remember next time I’m planning my week. Let’s not pass over how cute the big bold headers for each day are! I love that idea. Get creative with this weekly log!
Black & Pink
Photo credit: Thuy on Instagram
I love the unique layout of this weekly spread! I’ve seen a lot of horizontal and two page spreads but this super easy vertical spread is something new for me. The doodle of the girl with the flower is so creative and provides a great contrast to the harsh lines. Summer is just around the corner!
Photo credit: Minimalistisk Bujo on Instagram
Speaking of very clean and simple… This weekly spread is something that anyone could do! I love the simplicity of the overall theme and when I was first starting out, this spread is the type of layout I would use all the time. I didn’t have the skills for something more complex so this type worked great. Keep your weekly spread simple this February!
Purple Weekly Log
Photo credit: Jess on Instagram
If you’re the type of person that goes with a single color for your theme… this weekly spread is going to be right up your alley. I personally love the pastel purple vibe it has but it would work with any color! The way she incorporates the doodles and pictures throughout the week is perfect! But I think the coolest part of the spread is how she used the definition of the Swedish word: gokotta. In short, it means to get up early and hear the birds sing. Rise and shine!
Photo credit: A Hayden on Instagram
If you’ve made it this far… you know that I love drop shadows! This spread is no different lol. The way she has the weekdays larger than the weekend days and the SUPER clean lines of everything…. gosh, this spread is nearly perfect. She even includes a weather forecast log which is such a good idea! The next page in her bullet journal even includes a habit tracker, meal planner and more… love it 😍
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