These bullet journal weekly spread examples will help you plan out your week! Whether you’re looking for a minimalist bujo look or something more elaborate, on this page you’ll find tons of bujo weekly spread ideas for inspiration.
What’s A Bullet Journal Weekly Spread?
The weekly layout is typically a 2 page week-at-a-glance spread. It’s used like a conventional planner, to help plan and prepare for the week ahead.
While a weekly spread isn’t part of the original bullet journal method, it’s one of the most popular layout ideas.
It’s useful having a view of your week all on one page so that you will know what’s coming up. If you use it for work, it helps you keep track of meetings, deadlines, and other important dates.
You can also do rapid-logging in your weekly spreads. Some people do all their daily logging right in their weeklies and don’t do daily log pages at all.
Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Ideas
Part of the fun of bullet journaling is that you can customize your planner to suit your needs. While creating layouts isn’t really necessary for a bullet journal to be useful, many people enjoy making them.
I still enjoy using bullet journal weeklies myself and find that they add a nice rhythm to my week.
And I also love creating my weekly spreads – it’s fun to have a reason to work on something artistic every week and then to get to enjoy the result throughout the week!
Weekly Spread Bullet Journal Inspiration
Here are some lovely bullet journal weekly layout ideas to help spark your imagination.
Minimalist Bujo Weekly Spread Ideas
Lately I’ve been loving drawing with ink. Especially florals! If you know who made this spread please let me know.
I like how this super functional spread has AMAZING handwriting. I mean wtf! also I like the great calligraphy in gray in the bottom right. A nice touch.
This spread would be easy to set up and have plenty of space to write little daily to-dos. Love the quote as well.
I’m a huge fan of the way the presents in this weekly spread were done! It lookst like it could be an illustration for a fashion magazine. So simple yet elegant in its design and color choices.
Oh, if only my handwriting were this tidy!
I love nice, simple bullet journal weeklies with very open layouts like this. Not a lot of border lines, just enough so to suggest different areas.
Excuse me, when did Woo! become a day of the week? Nevermind, this spread is AWESOME! I’m definitely going to try copying it!
Beautiful hand-lettering and extremely clean lines in the illustrations and boxes. It feels so organized.
The strawberry illustrations in this weekly spread are so incredible! Not a watercolorer? Try using stickers for the same look.
This last minimalist weekly spread looks soooo peaceful. I’m in love with the color palate and the illustrations and the handwriting and… everything! Please let me know if you know the artist!
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To make this layout, draw a line down the center of each page, then draw a line across the middle of both pages. Add in the date numbers and a stripe of your favorite washi tape. The result? A simple, quick weekly for anyone needing to get their life organized in a hurry.
Bullet journal spreads refers to two facing pages. It’s not necessary to design special spreads in your bullet journal, but they are pleasing to the eye.
You can incorporate a theme or style into each of your spreads.
As with anything related to journaling, the more creative you get, the fun it can be!
Anyway, I love bullet journal spreads, so I’ve made a little Hall Of Fame of my all-time favorite ones. Are you ready to see them all?
My Favorite Bullet Journal Spreads
I am definitely feeling this spread from lowkeystudies. Aside from the very lovely drawings and color scheme, I like the task bullets – circles that get filled in with a dot or circle.
You can’t not be lovin’ the gorgeous sunflowers in this bullet journal spread by ananeh_berlin! What I love about this spread is the way that the black circles and scattered flowers ‘dance’ around the page.These pens are the best for writing in white ink over a black area.
This monthly spread by honeyrozes proves that you don’t need to invest in a multitude of art supplies to create a beautiful bujo. And I LOVE how she’s got a tracker in it. Um, I am definitely stealing this one for my own bullet journal!
Haley of hamjournals created this school schedule spread to write down all her class times. It totally fits in with the scrap-book style of the rest of her awesome bullet journal!
If you want to see more bullet journal spreads that rocccck, follow my special Bullet Journal Spreads board on Pinterest!