Featured Image Credit: Becca
A new month, a new bujo cover page!
I love setting up my cover page each month because it really sets the overall mood (at least for me it does)
These March monthly covers will give you some ideas to start with to set your theme or just get the ball rolling for these spring months
Here are some that gave me inspiration:
Message In A Bottle
Photo credit: Nohnoh Studies on Instagram
I love how she keeps this cover simple but so cute at the same time! The overall theme is perfect for springtime and the little leafs hanging down complete the look
If you’re good at doodling then this one will give you some ideas 🌿
Photo credit: Viola on Instagram
If you haven’t tried out the Instax cameras, I highly recommend! They’re super fun and the overall vibe of the picture is so unique
This monthly cover is great for anyone that loves taking pictures or anyone going with a photography theme in their bullet journal
You could even say this cover is Instagram worthy 😉
Related Bujo Post: 45 Best August Monthly Cover Ideas For Summer Bujos
Peacock Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Plinth on Instagram
Looking for something different than a floral or succulent March cover? This peacock feather theme could be the one that sparks your creativity!
I love how they included different sizes to really fill out the whole page and the shading on the feathers gives them some depth
Shake your tail feather and start off March on the right page
Light Bulb Moment Cover
Photo credit: Bujo & Watercolour on Instagram
When you’re journaling, do you even have that light bulb moment where everything just clicks?
If so, this monthly cover is the perfect theme to represent that amazing moment. Plus, it looks super cute and reminds me of those string lights that people hang outside 💡
Whether you’re going for a yellow vibe or just want something pretty quick and easy, this cover is for you!
Related: March Monthly Spreads
Flower Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Umran on Instagram
This cover is the grandmother to the previous Instax camera cover lol
I love the classic vibe paired with the floral accents on each side. If your theme has anything to do with flowers, you could do a variation of this cover so it fits perfectly with your bullet journal
Take a picture, it lasts longer 📷
Crayon Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Abby on Instagram
The classic crayon box… this one really brings back the feelz 🖍️
I love how clean this cover is and how she made it look like the actual thing! Plus, adding the month of March makes it even better
The real question is 64 count or 120?!
Dots & Pens
Photo credit: Dots & Pens on Instagram
Any beginner bullet journalist’s out there?!
This one is right up my alley since I’m not great at doodling but it still looks really cute. Depending on your color scheme you could adjust this cover to fit your theme perfectly!
Start your month off with a DOT 💥
Sunflower Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Blossom Bujo on Instagram
Springtime is in the air!
What a beautiful monthly cover… I love how it’s a simple concept but her drawing of the sunflowers takes it to a whole other level
This cover would like great in anyone’s bullet journal if you can pull it off 🌻
Photo credit: Bujo With Tea on Instagram
I’m sure I’ve said this before, but I don’t think there’s a better combination on planet earth than coffee and bullet journaling
Don’t you agree?! 😜
This cover could really be used for any month. If you’re a coffee lover like myself, then I’m sure you’ll find a way to incorporate it into your bullet journal somehow!
Spring Time Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Andrea on Instagram
Looking for a cover to match your spring floral theme?!
If so, I think you just found the one! I love how all the flowers create a circle around the super cute March font
Plus, she kept the doodles relatively simple so even if you’re just starting out, this would be a great cover for you
Spring forward with this cute theme!
Lavender Cover Page
Photo credit: Leni on Instagram
Sticking with the floral theme is this adorable lavender cover
It would go perfectly in your bujo if you’re going with a purple spread! I love how simple the overall look is and still super cute
Stop and smell the ros… lavender 😉
Simple & Cute Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Nohnoh Studies on Instagram
I’m completely in LOVE with this cover!
In my opinion, it has the perfect mix of doodles and the actual calendar while keeping it very clean. Plus, she has her goals for the month at the bottom of the spread… what a great idea!
March closer to your goals with this amazing cover
Spill The Tea
Photo credit: Mimi on Instagram
If you’re better at drawing than I am, you will definitely like this one!
I can’t even wrap my head around how she made it actually look like tea with the shadows and highlights lol. And I mean, what’s cuter than a little otter?!
Spill the tea with this cute March cover
Origami Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Umran on Instagram
Can you do origami?! Don’t worry… I can’t either
Drawing paper cranes and doves is WAY easier than actually folding them, trust me! If you need help getting the doodles going, check out this step by step tutorial
If you’re going with more of a minimalist theme but want some flair, this one could be the one for you!
Lucky Charm Cover
Photo credit: Susan on Instagram
Want to bring some luck your way?!
This monthly cover will help you do that… the only thing is that you have to draw it. That automatically counts me out 😆
In all seriousness, I love how it has so much depth and detail in one spread
Find your four-leaf clover this month!
Juice Box Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Iggs on Instagram
How fun is this juice box themed cover??
I love all the small details on each box… and love the cute school vibe that would look great with some more school accessory doodles
Even if you don’t have a yellow theme going, you could swap a different color to match and this would look amazing
Don’t let this one get past the expiration date!
Plant Theme Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Cristina on Instagram
This cover is such a perfect spring theme 🌿
I love how it’s nothing crazy but the variety of different plants makes it look so “full” (if that makes sense lol)
This would be a great cover if you’re going with a succulent theme or a plant theme in general
Water those plants and start the month off right!
Plan For Growth
Photo credit: Nina on Instagram
Speaking of watering those plants, how fun this old school watering pot?
I love the thin lines and small calendar layout. She even does a great good of shadowing the pot to make it look more realistic while still keeping the doodle look
Tend to the garden and keep “bujoing”
Mountains Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Becca on Instagram
Okay, now this is one that I could definitely see myself trying
The sunrise behind the mountains paired with the shadows of the peaks makes this cover absolutely “gorges”
This is a perfect cover to kick off the spring months and celebrate the outdoors after a long winter
Climb out of that cold weather hibernation and get outside!
Macaron Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Bullet Journal 7 on Instagram
Okay, by now you know I love bujo’s and coffee but what about adding some macaroons?!
Yes, please! Those little snacks are soooo good but also expensive…
That’s why I only have them from time to time. But when I do, I enjoy every minute of it lol
Add some macaroons to your March cover!
Minimalist Cover Page
Photo credit: Merakumi on Instagram
March is definitely the monthly of budding plants
This super cute and minimalist cover combines the best of both worlds with little cactus / flower doodles with a simple calendar
If you’re in the beginning stages of your bujo journey, then this would be a great cover to start with… but it would also look great in anyone’s theme
Stay minimal this March!
Dragon Cover Idea
Photo credit: Manon Kolb on Instagram
Last but certainly not least is this insane monthly dragon cover…
I just had to include this one since I can’t even imagine how long this took. I know it would take me about two years if I were to try… so maybe my March 2021 cover?! 😆
To those with this kind of artistic ability, I envy you!
Even though the dragon is out of the question, for now, I’m definitely going to take inspiration from the background she used. I think it would look great behind anything in my bullet journal
Learn how to train your dragon with this monthly cover!
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