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Bullet Journal March Cover Page Ideas
It’s hard to believe that Spring is on its way when many of us are up to our ears in snow. But a snow day is a good excuse to get your BuJo all set up for the month ahead. Today we’re sharing some amazing inspiration for your Bullet Journal March cover page.
And this month why not test out some new collection ideas that you haven’t tried before.
Grab your supplies, and happy planning!
Loving the spring wreath look to this March cover page, and the flowers scattered around.
Why not use two pages for your cover page spread and include a quote to motivate you through the month?
I love this one.
Smile more. Worry less.
If you feel the urge to go back to basics and create something simple for your March cover page take a look at this one. Just a simple line drawing is all it takes. Oh and I love the addition of the torn brown paper to add some texture.
Here’s another wreath style illustration, that looks pointedly different from the other one. Which goes to show you can be inspired by someone else’s design and still make something your own.
I think this one might be my favourite! There’s just something so striking about that light bulb terrarium and oh yes please…
Let Spring begin!
Here’s another idea for a simple cover page layout. The splash of pink is a lovely addition to the page, which makes me think of Spring.
Let happiness be your success
If you don’t feel confident enough in your drawing skills you can still bring your March cover page to life with stickers instead. There are some beautiful ones to choose from over on Etsy.
If you love to watercolour in your Bullet Journal take a look at this delicate cover page idea, which has a boho feeling to it.
I love how this cover page spread includes the calendar dates for the month as well as a place to record your goals.
I love the lettering on this one, it’s something I need to practice. Great quote too!
The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don’t.