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Spring is in the air and it’s time to start off a new week in your bullet journal! Whether you’re looking for a floral spread or something more minimalist, there’s something here for you… These March weekly spread ideas will give you the inspiration to start your week off on the right page!
Here are the ones that stood out to me:
Hand Lettering Spread
Photo credit: Sarah on Instagram
This March weekly spread contains so much detail, but is somehow still so organized and gorgeous! If you’re the type of person who likes to write a daily to-do list this is definitely for you… What I love the most about this weekly spread is her neat and intricate handwriting. She has a lot of text, cute little bujo quotes, and things to do for the week crammed on one piece of paper, yet it’s set up perfectly. Everything about this weekly spread screams spring. From the flower doodles to the handwritten text… it just has the springiest of spring vibe to it. I can’t get enough of this!
Floral Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Megan Studies on Instagram
Spring has sprung and I am here for it! Here in Michigan I thought it was never going to happen but the sun is out, it’s setting later, and I am finally starting to feel dare I say, warm? If you’re looking for a blooming and bright floral pattern you will die for the warm colors in this floral themed March spread. Something unique and special about this spread is the gorgeous flower stickers she uses, and her handwriting is gorgeously delicate. Using stickers, especially for spring themes is a perfect way to add some pop and springy color to your bujo. This is truly springspirational!
Photo credit: Ihggs on Instagram
Hold my juice box, I got this! Okay seriously though how much do you love juice boxes? They are my drink of choice in the spring and summer, I don’t care how old I am. And remember those kool-aid jammer commercials where the big blue juice box guy busts through people’s walls? No? I’m old. This juice box themed March spread is unique, cute, and full of bright orange and yellow colors that will make you want to get outside, suck down that box full of sweet juice, and enjoy all that spring has to offer. Plus, she adds a barcode with the date at the bottom of the spread just like a barcode on a juice box. So original, juice perfect!
Simple March Spread
Photo credit: Begüm’s Bullet Journal on Instagram
I am all about that mellow yellow springtime vibe you guys, and I love this theme! I would classify this March weekly spread as perfect for a beginner. It’s organized, the handwriting is neat and inspirational, and it has just enough pop without being too intricate or detailed. Also, if you’re one of those bujoers that keeps track of everything and likes to be detailed on a different tracker but simply need a good setup for a weekly to-do list, this sunshiney theme is perfect for you. I love how she has highlights on the bottom for the upcoming week too. Yellove this!
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Moon Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Jashii Corrin on Instagram
March is the month for my zodiac sign, Pisces. Pisces are said to be compassionate, intuitive, and gentle but they can also be fearful to trust and quick to judge. This theme has a superstitious feel to it with it’s gorgeous and unique purple and yellow half-moon drawing and pyramid addition. It almost has a spacy feel to it while still being springy and unique. Whether you’re a Pisces or just a lover of all things zodiac and space you will love this March weekly spread!
Photo credit: Mone on Instagram
Spring is my favorite reminder of just how beautiful change can truly be. Change is hard, but it’s essential for growth not only in something as simple as a season but in our lives as well! This weekly spread theme is full of flowers and full of seasonal change. I love the way she has the flowers growing from the bottom of the page signifying dirt, and the artistic ability of this is truly amazing. The green grass themed with the black and white sunflowers is super cute but you could also customize and give it some more pop of color too if spring to you screams colorful as it does to me. Remember progress, and flowers, are both impossible without change!
Minimalist Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Jennifer Reyes on Instagram
I love the classic simplicity of this weekly spread! If you’re a busy body, not as into art for your daily tasks, or spend detailed art in other places this is an effective and sleek way to make sure you stay on track. She picks the word “patience” at the top as her focus for the week and I’d imagine every week she puts a new word in its place which I absolutely love the idea of. Plus, if you are artsy, you could customize this theme in any way you please!
Photo credit: Martha on Instagram
House plants are just IN especially in the spring, and I don’t waste any time showing you guys all of my favorites! They’re all unique in their own way… I love everything about this weekly spread. The teal potted house plants on the neatly drawn wooden shelf look perfect surrounded by the daily tasks for the week. This is organized, effective, and really quite modern looking. You won’t want to miss this one!
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Ink Blot Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Michenou on Instagram
Slime flies when you’re having fun and staying on task! I love this unique and splattered slime weekly spread. It’s fun, it’s cheerful, and who doesn’t love slime? Speaking of slime, did you guys know that you can make EDIBLE SLIME? It sounds kind of funky but there are some seriously delicious and awesome recipes to try. Go big or go home with this one!
Photo credit: Gala Limette on Instagram
This theme is so-cute-lent! Do you guys love little succulent house plant pets as much as I do? Now that it’s springtime I see these little guys everywhere, and I’m not complaining. I walk into the supermarket, see all of the bright and cheery pots filled with prickly and leafy little guys just waiting to house themselves in my apartment. It’s no surprise that a succulent themed March spread would be right up my alley, and I guarantee it’ll be up yours too. It’s simple, springy, and full of life. There’s plenty of room in this theme for customization if you so choose since the art is small, but it’s ridiculously cute as is. Say aloe to my little friends this spring!
Simple March Weekly
Photo credit: Eline on Instagram
I love this minimalist design! I know that some people appreciate a simple yet effective design, especially when you’re tracking your schedule. If you’re one of those bujoers who enjoy something a little on the petite side because you like to spend time taking most of your artwork elsewhere, this is the perfect weekly spread for you. The addition of the little cloud drawings gives it a springy twist!
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Weekly Spread With Stickers
Photo credit: Lola CJ on Instagram
More succulents here to remind you on a weekly basis that you don’t succ… I’m so excited about spring being here! This is of course yet another pots and plants set up for a weekly spread and I’ll be honest, it’s probably my favorite. She has a gorgeously written daily schedule which is then all surrounded by a few large and super cute plant stickers. It’s simple, yet effective and unique. So fun and pretty
Flower Doodle Spread
Photo credit: Alexa on Instagram
I am absolutely loving these bold and beautiful Hawaiian flowers! This is one of those drawings you look at and it instantly makes you happier, which can be crucial for a long and dragging week. My favorite thing about this weekly spread is how she incorporates the orange and yellow flowers into the spread itself and it flows so nicely throughout the week. Her artwork is lifelike, her handwriting is neat and intricate, and it’s a perfect spring spread. You will be hula dancing in happiness with this theme all week long!
Washi Tape Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Jill on Instagram
Positive mind. Positive vibes. Positive life. I’ve been working really hard to incorporate good vibes in my life, even starting in something as simple as my bujo. All it takes is some positive motivation, a sound mind, and a kind heart and voila! The vibes are already looking more positive. I love this spread because I love flipping open my bujo to pretty blue colors, mountain and ocean pictures, and GOOD VIBES ONLY quotes. This could not be more beautifully drawn, with an amazing mixture of quotes, artwork, beautiful lettering, and positivity. I love the serenity of this March spread, it’s so peaceful. Good vibes every day, all day!
Full Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Martha on Instagram
BeLEAF me… This is an absolutely beautiful spread. The color palette for this weekly spread full of gorgeous green and blue leaves is beautiful, and the spread itself is so exotic! If you’re looking for a bright, colorful, and artistic theme for March then you won’t want to miss out on this one! It’s almost like the entire spread is surrounded by a jungle but the spread itself is still effective and simple enough to be able to keep track of tasks
Photo credit: Tanja on Instagram
I heard an inspiring quote the other day that changed my opinion of bamboo forever: “Be like the bamboo, the higher you grow the deeper you bow”. Not only am I a huge panda bear and travel fan, but this quote is extremely grounding. I love the idea of being humble and appreciative, no matter how little or how much you possess. And I LOVE this bamboo themed spread. It’s artsy enough to where it looks pretty when you open the page, but it’s not crawling with artwork and you still have plenty of room to write and complete daily tasks. Don’t bamboozle yourself out of this cute spread!
Sunflower Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Lisa on Instagram
When my parents first got married my dad built my mom a swinging chair on our front porch and he carved their names into it. To this day when I see them sitting there with a glass of wine in hand on a beautiful summer day, it makes me the happiest. This bright, sunflower and swinging chair-themed March spread gives a “summer is almost here” vibe that I can’t get enough of. The tiny blooming sunflowers are delicate, intricately drawn, and stunning while the chair is lifelike and comfy looking. Loving this simple yet gorgeous springtime spread!
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Green Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Enya Nolan on Instagram
Hellloooo gorgeous dutch door spread! The little leaves in this spread that are drawn all over the page are stunning and lifelike, and the green colors really bring the whole thing to life. This is very detailed, will definitely take time, and is perfect for when you’re in the mood to close your door, Bujo, and say LEAF me alone for the night. I love how she incorporates the days of the week into the drawing itself, and she still has plenty of room for effectiveness
Simple March Spread
Photo credit: Minimalistic Bullet Journal on Instagram
Is there a time of day that you guys like to write/draw in your bullet journal? For me, it’s always night time. And if I’m really feeling “relaxy”, I’ll run a bath bomb, sip on a glass of sweet red wine, and bujo my Friday night away with no regrets. This layout is amazingly minimal, yet designed looking incredibly sleek. I love the black and white polka dot feel and the capital lettering that is essentially perfect handwriting. This is one of those spreads that genuinely looks printed. Simple yet extremely effective and aesthetically pleasing, my favorite!
Cute Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Sams Bullet Journal on Instagram
You can’t get more gorgeously vintage then this March spread right here! I mean seriously, how Mary Byrd is this? What I love the most about it is how de-stressing drawing this giant stunning flower and surrounding green leaves with gorgeously yellow blooming pedals must have been. You could spend half the week drawing and the other half coloring in. This is so unique, and the artwork flows perfectly into the spread!
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