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Harry Potter Bullet Journal Inspiration
We’re back with some more eye candy and today we’re rounding up some Harry Potter bullet journal inspiration to share with you!
I found everything from cover pages and monthly calendars to weekly spreads and mood trackers.
Oh and a chapter reading tracker that I’ll totally use when I start reading the Harry Potter books with my kids!
1 | Dobby the House Elf Cover Page
Love this cover page with Dobby and all of his socks!
2 | Dementor Monthly Calendar Spread
This Dementor monthly calendar spread is kinda creepy! Expecto Patronum!
3 | Sorting Hat Master List
Do you like to keep a Master List of tasks you need to get done this month? If you do this Sorting Hat layout is the perfect addition to your Harry Potter theme bullet journal spreads!
4 | Hermione Daily Log
Have you embraced the daily log for your tasks and notes? I love this spread with the illustration of Hermione and a quote from the book.
5 & 6 | Harry Potter Themed Weekly Spreads
You have a favorite Hogwarts House right? The one you would be in if you were a student? Make sure you put your house coat of arms on your weekly spread next week for a true Harry Potter feel!
Or how about adding a doodle of the Boy Who Lived with his owl friend, doesn’t he look cute in that Gryffindor scarf! If you don’t feel confident enough to draw in your journal just yet that’s ok you can cheat and use some stickers like these!
7 – 9 | Harry Potter Mood Trackers
Ooh would you like a chocolate frog? Such a clever idea to use the shape of the box for a HP themed mood tracker, which you can color in as the month goes by.
Or how about doodling some flying keys to use to track your emotions?
Or how about these spooky floating candles?
10 | Harry Potter Reading Log
I’ve shared book tracker spreads before but for tracking your reading over the month or even the life of your journal. This is the first time I’ve come across a spread for tracking the chapters of just one book, and I really love the idea!