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It’s starting to get warmer and summer is right around the corner… So, it’s the perfect time to start a new theme! I put together a collection of the best paper plane bullet journal weekly spreads, cover pages, habit trackers, and everything in between to take inspiration from! If you’ve already done the flower and fruit themes, then this might spark some new ideas to try in the upcoming months. Make sure to check out some of my other posts for even more theme inspiration to try out!
Here are the ones I found:
Weekly Dashboard Layout
Photo credit: Bullets & Confetti on Instagram
I love the idea of a simple weekly dashboard so you can get a super quick overview of things! A small to-do list, a few trackers, and some space to write your notes… easy and to the point. Plus, the simple cloud and paper plane doodles fit perfectly with the layout!
Paper Plane Themed Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Bujo & Cookies on Instagram
Regardless of the theme for this spread… I’m in love with simple but gorgeous headers she used for each day of the week! Easy to draw and even easier to customize with just a bit of color to match your overall look. I’ll definitely be giving that style a try in my next weekly spread!
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November Monthly Cover Page
Photo credit: Keletters on Instagram
Speaking of headers and keeping things simple, this monthly cover spread is stunning! I really like how much empty space there is thought the page which fits the paper plane theme perfectly. Not to mention how she used a different color for each letter of the header while keeping the mini calendar highlight grey… love it!
Monthly Spread With Paper Planes
Photo credit: Lisa on Instagram
When I’m looking for theme inspiration I usually look at a lot of weekly spreads and cover pages so I always make it a point to find a few new monthly spreads too. The way she drew the clouds in the corner with the little blue highlights is gorgeous. You could definitely take inspiration from that and add something similar into any of your layouts for the month!
Daily Task Tracker
Photo credit: Rebecca on Instagram
If you have a busy week or busy day ahead of you… this spread is for you! This layout gives you plenty of room to plan out your tasks for the day and also incorporates some super cute cloud doodles and paper plane stickers. That blue drop shadow below the tracker gives it that extra little touch to finish off the spread!
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March Cover With Paper Plane
Photo credit: Study Mist on Instagram
If you like going with a pastel color scheme… you’re going to love this monthly cover! It’s light, airy, and fits with a paper plane theme perfectly. Whether you need a cover spread for March or not, this layout would work well for any spring or summer months. Love it!
June Monthly Cover Spread
Photo credit: Rober Studies on Instagram
A light blue June monthly cover, yes please! I really like how they have the header and calendar taking up the majority of the spread while still adding plenty of doodles. Plus, having different sized paper planes “flying” around the spread really adds depth to an overall simple page!
Paper Plane & Cloud Monthly Spread
Photo credit: Bujo & Watercolor on Instagram
Instead of going with the classic sky blue color scheme, you could try something a little different like this purple and pink pastel spread. She has a simple header, an easy layout and the colors for the clouds are amazing! If you’re into watercolors… You could definitely take inspiration from this style!
Minimal Weekly Spread
Photo credit: JOOS on Instagram
I personally love this layout for a weekly spread so it’s no surprise that I’m going to take some ideas from this example. The headers for the weekdays are a different color from the weekend and basic doodles fit with the overall look of the spread. With a clean layout, simple headers, and few doodles… you’ll have your spread setup in no time!
Mood Tracker With Paper Planes
Photo credit: Claire on Instagram
What’s a proper monthly theme without a mood tracker?! Depending on your color scheme, you could add a few cloud doodles in the corners and change the paper planes to blue and purple to really make this spread your own. Simple but effective, love it!
Vertical Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Journal Spirit on Instagram
These colors are EVERYTHING! I love how each color blends into the next and how they go well with the overall paper plane theme. I personally don’t use vertical layouts for my weekly spread, but if you do, I’m sure you’ll love this look. Save this one for next time you want to try some new colors!
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September Monthly Cover Page
Photo credit: Clo Bujo on Instagram
Here’s another classic monthly cover page to take inspiration from! The clouds have just the right amount of detail to make them look pretty realistic without going over board and the single paper plane flying through is a great way to start your theme. I also like how she subltly highlights some important days in the month!
Playlist Tracking Spread
Photo credit: Violleen Bujo on Instagram
I listen to the same songs over and over until I don’t like them anymore… so adding a simple playlist tracker to my bullet journal is a fun way to look back remind myself of those old songs I haven’t heard in a while! So whether you’re like me or not, this paper plane themed tracker is an easy addition to your theme. Simple icons for each song and a light gray shadow, perfect!
Pink Cloud Monthly Spread
Photo credit: Manon on Instagram
This classic monthly spread layout lends itself perfectly to a paper plane theme! I love the way she has the plane flying all over and the light pink pastel color is gorgeous! A spread like this could work with plain pink theme too
How To Doodle Paper Planes
Photo credit: Bullets & Confetti on Instagram
I live by step by step doodle tutorials when I’m setting up a new theme so this is definitely going to come in handy! With four simple steps, you’ll end up with a perfect 3D paper plane that you can add to any spread. Even though the highlighted color is just to show you which lines are new.. I kind of like the idea of adding a bit of color to the doodle itself!
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Origami Doodle Tutorial
Photo credit: Didi Journals on Instagram
Here are a few more paper themed doodles! Not only does it include a different variation of a paper plane but it also breaks down a step by step guide to drawing paper cranes. If you want to add another dimension to your spreads, this tutorial will definitely help!
April Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Letters by Isabelle on Instagram
April, May, and June are great months to break out this theme for sure! I love the look of having the doodles “boxed” off on the left side of the spread while keeping the daily tasks separate. If you need an easy weekly spread, this one will fit with plenty of different themes!
Habit Tracking Layout
Photo credit: Lucys Journal on Instagram
I’m always a big fan of circle habit trackers since they turn out really cool at the end of the month. Plus, who doesn’t like a good ice cream theme!? Pick a different shade of pink for each habit (or any color) and you’ll be ready to track those habits… good or bad!
Paper Plane Themed Bujo Tracker
Photo credit: Cynthia on Instagram
If you don’t like the circle layout for your tracker, then something like this might be more your style. Having a mini-calendar for each habit is also a good way to keep track of things. Chose your habits, set up your calendar, and add some doodles!
Light Blue Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Irene J on Instagram
A weekly spread with pastel blue and some origami doodles… love it! I definitely want to try highlighting every other line in a light color to see how I like it. But one thing’s for sure, it looks amazing!
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April Monthly Spread With Paper Planes
Photo credit: Bujo By Lo on Instagram
I absolutely love this monthly spread layout! The April header paired with the bold yet simple headers for each day of the week really makes the days stand out. Plus, this is a great example to take inspiration from since you could swap out the gray for any color you like. Keep it simple this month!
Simple Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Artsy Shradz on Instagram
With all the different color schemes, this more abstract approach is such a fun idea! Add your paper planes, choose a few colors to mix in and you can add just the right amount of decoration to an overall basic layout. If don’t want to spend a ton of time drawing everything out this month, a layout like this might work better for you!
August Monthly Spread
Photo credit: Morgan on Instagram
Drop shadows for days! If you’ve read any of my other posts… you’ll know that I love adding shadows to just about every spread. You just can’t go wrong. I really like how she has a small goal tracker for the month and the yellow/gold color is a nice switch up from the blues, pinks, and purples we’ve seen lately!
May Monthly Spread
Photo credit: Hayleys Bujo on Instagram
While this monthly spread doesn’t have any paper planes, I think you could take inspiration from this style and add some of your own! I love the scrapbook bullet journal look since there’s a lot going on without being too much. Break out the craft paper, stickers, and star doodles for a super cute spread!
Cloud & Paper Plane Mood Tracker
Photo credit: Cess B on Instagram
This is similar to the mood tracker from above, but I really like how she adds a few different colors or moods for each day. I can definitely relate to that! Plus, the way she has each paper plane flying around the spread really brings it to life!