25 Weekly Spreads to Add to Your Bullet Journal
Hye there! Today I wanted to share some inspiration for your bullet journal! I go to Instagram to find my bullet journal inspiration. Instagram is full of bullet journalers sharing their spreads and I want to share some of my awesome finds with you!
I wanted to share these to give inspiration. Do not feel like if you can’t do some of the more creative spreads then you can’t do a bullet journal. There are creative and simple spreads alike in this post. So, here are 25 weekly spreads and why I enjoy them!
(If you’re not a fan of cussing, image #9 has the b-word in it, just an FYI)
I love the creativity with the bubbles. This is one that I definitely believe takes some artistic abilities but it is so beautiful.
This one is something more my style, simple. I love the monochromatic take on the layout. I used to do my layout similar, but no highlighter dividers, just pens.
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This is another creative and beautiful weekly spread. I love the watercolor design and that it is still functional.
I love that this one is simple yet creative. The little squares create a random design but there is still plenty of useful space for lists and appointments.
This one is very simple and the lettering is the design. If you’re good at handlettering, I definitely suggest doing a layout similar to this one. Pale pink is always a cute layout idea.
This one is very simple, but I really like the layout of zig-zagging days. I also like the green color, it reminds me of succulents. I like that it is different than the traditional red white and blue many do in July.
This one is super cute and reminds me of kawaii. Pastel pink and blue along with yellow is a classic color combo. I do like that this layout includes meals and another notes section.
This is another simple spread, and I really like the yellow because it reminds me of summertime.
This one is very interesting. I’m a big fan of washi tape in my bujo, but I have not used them as dividers before. I also have not tried the triangle boxes before either.
I like this one because it goes back to the bullet journal’s original routes of being minimalistic. The floral accents make this design pretty cute.
This one is also minimalistic, even if it’s not quite original bujo. The cute stickers make this spread adorable. I haven’t used stickers in my spreads and I was looking into using them as decoration.
I love how true to minimalistic bullet journaling this spread is. I’m not into minimalism, but if you are, definitely try out this spread. I like that the cursive headers and the alphabet down the side create a design for the spread.
This floral minimal look is very cute. If you’re using your bujo simply for checklists and not really journaling, then a design that takes up a lot of the page is cute and could work for a spread.
I like how much is put on the spread. I like that the weekly layout is vertical and that there is still room for a weekly recap as well as a to-do list and some other stuff around. I also like that it doesn’t look too cramped with all of that on the pages.
This floral spread reminds me of a forest with all of the leaves at the top. I also like the dashes instead of full lines, I think that is cute and not something many people do.
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This spread is very simple, and I like that there is a lot of white space and room for creativity at the top of the pages.
This spread is so cute! It’s definitely one where the lettering is the focal point of the design with washi accenting it. Regardless, it’s super cute and I love it!
I like this one for the opposite reason I liked #17. I like that this spread is packed with words with a touch of pictures. I love that when this spread is filled, there is no white space left.
I like this one because it is more than one week on two pages. I also like the preciseness of the floral crescent at the bottom with the hand-drawn date headers for the days.
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I like the color palette of this spread. I also like the use of space and that there is room for a lot of stuff, particularly because there are only four days on the two pages.
This one reminds me of summer. I like that the spread is half image and quotes but there is still enough room for checklists and appointments.
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I like how minimal this one is. I like the clean boxes and the large serif letters. This is definitely one I would try, but probably make the boxes smaller so I could use washi tape still on the pages.
I love how clean the lines are one this one. I also like how there is enough room for everything and there is just a splash of color on the page. I also like the layout and how everything perfectly fits.
I like this one, yes it is a week on four pages instead of two, but I like the use of the time bar on the side of the columns. That is definitely different.
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I like this lemon spread. I like that half of the page is the day spreads and the other half is for tasks. I think that’s helpful if you have tasks you need to get done that week, not necessarily that day.
That’s it! I hope you enjoyed this post! I hope you get some inspiration from these weekly spreads and are inspired to try something new in your bullet journal! Do you have a bullet journal weekly spread you want to share? Tag me on Instagram at @CreativelyLauren or leave your handle in the comments and I’ll check it out!