I cannot begin to tell you how much I love bullet journals! Aside from being your personal EVERYTHING, bu jos help support mindfulness and promote creativity. Essentials we need in our hectic lives.
Whether you’ve started your bu jo journey or have thoughts about getting one, here are 200 brilliant bullet journal ideas and doodles to rock your bu jo!
Courtesy Katie Hokanson
These doodles are perfect for making note of the weather and they’re so easy to draw. Add them to a small section of your weekly spreads!
I absolutely love these adorable unicorn-inspired doodles. Use them to liven up any page of your bujo!
Draw a Banner
Whether you’re in need of a little bujo decor or a separation border, opt for this nifty banner doodle. You can even draw them larger and add designs or text on them!
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Who doesn’t love cats? This is a super cute way to illustrate kittens that’ll have you daydreaming for days. You can draw these doodles for a monthly cover or as sporadic kitty surprises throughout your bujo!
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Wreaths are not only beautiful on doors, they look amazing in your bujo. Check out this easy peasy tutorial for a simple wreath.
Title Ideas Pt. 2
No more plain titles and headers for your bullet journal. Follow this handy guide to make yours one-of-a-kind! Pin for future reference!
Here’s another way to create fancy titles for your bujo. So simple!
Doodle Ideas, Part 3
How cute are these little doodles? study_petals comes up with a ton of easy to copy doodles, check out her Instagram for more!
Love succulents? Include them in your bujo for a greener feel. Markers go a long way in making these doodles pop.
If you’re in need of even fancier titles, I’ve got you covered. There’s a bit more lettering to work on here, but it’s still totally doable!
An easy way to separate sections of your bullet journal is with dividers. Borders such as the ones above add vibrancy and uniqueness to what would otherwise be a plain line.
Watercolor is another element that’ll add depth to your bullet journal. Don’t be afraid to try this new medium!
Light Bulb Doodles
The perfect way to illustrate a great idea is with a light bulb! Though they look complicated at glance, these doodles are actually pretty easy to draw. Try them out!
These dandelions would make a perfect monthly cover page. You can also draw smaller ones and add an inspirational quote in your weekly spread!
Seashell doodles have never been simpler with this broken down tutorial. Add them to your summer month spreads for a beachy feel.
These flower doodles are incredibly minimalistic. A few pen strokes are all it takes to perfect one of these pretty flowers, which is pretty amazing in my opinion!
Paper Airplane Doodle
Draw this seemingly complex doodle all over your bujo. You can even make your airplane fly across multiple pages!
Good Enough Airplane
While Jeannel calls this plane just good enough, I definitely think it looks super realistic. This is the perfect doodle to include on an itinerary page or a travel bucket list.
I love this intricate yet super easy oasis tutorial. This is something anyone can learn how to draw. Perfect for daydreaming of your next getaway!