I’ve gathered some of the best spring-themed journal ideas, whether it’s for your cover page, monthly layout, weekly spread, etc!

In this post, we’ll see how journal artists use color palettes, motifs, and mediums like markers, stickers, craft papers, etc, to create springtime illustrations for their bullet journals and planners.

I’ve also made a list of springtime quotes you can incorporate into your page designs. Have fun!

Springtime floral motifs

I don’t know about you, but I personally am a HUGE fan of whimsical illustrations and these light-hearted florals by @tetheredandtold are no exception!

Tree blossoms are a classic symbol of springtime. Here is a wonderful tutorial on how to draw cherry blossoms by the talented ChristineMyLinh:

Florals are always a popular choice for journal illustrations but never more so (or more fitting) than in springtime. I love the look of the thin and thick lines in this image by @bonjournal_

I love this super creative mood tracker – it’s perfect for a spring theme bullet journal page. Please see the rest of Evy’s spring bullet journal layout on her blog!

Playing with mediums: stickers, tapes, and craft papers

Don’t want to draw in your planner? No problem! You can use washi tapes and stickers, just fine.

To color or not to color

@dartovich made this amazing cover page for March. Ink is great for drawing at any skill level – it’s a simple medium that, with care and patience, yields a stunning result!

Level 10 spring bullet journal theme right here! I love the use of a variety of subdued colors in this weekly spread by @bluelahe.

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