Bullet Journal Plant Doodles
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Plant Doodle Ideas for Your Bullet Journal
I love plants! I'm glad to see I'm not the only person who enjoys creating plant doodles in my bullet journal.
The photos below are loaded with botanical inspiration from leafy greens, to succulents, and flowers; plants are a fun way to decorate your planner or bujo.
Be sure to go allllllll the way to the end of the post to see the fabulous doodle ideas!
If you want even more doodle ideas, check the other doodle posts on my blog:
This page from couleursduvent is a bujo page devoted to just plant doodles. There are hanging plants, terrariums, succulents, orchids, and lots of decorative pots - very inspiring!
Can you see there's actually a weekly bullet journal spread in this lovely plant page from Shiprapanosian? She's added a quote at the top with a wide border of plants, then her weekly to do list and plans are below the days of the week. Below that is another beautiful layout of terrariums, succulent gardens, and house plants!
One plant on a page can be just as effective as many. Crinspire made a pretty flowering plant with yellow petals. Overall, a very nice page!
Break out the Copic Markers like Ginnyx_k did for this pretty terrarium page.
Studymish created a page with hanging plants, potted plants, and dangling vines. I can't wait to replicate this page in my bujo!
Who knew a monthly calendar page could be this adorable? Alicedotrose made her February calendar in the middle of the page and then surrounded it with a greenhouse full of plants. My favorite is the lightbulb with the vine climbing down it. So sweet!
Bullet journal trackers don't have to be boring! Shaystudy proved this with an Instagram tracker. Each goal is an individual plant to get colored in when the goal is reached. Go follow her for more inspiration and so we can see the completed page!
Dreams.dandelion isn't afraid of color - I love that! This vibrant page of house plants features lots of flowering plants, potted plants, cut plants, terrariums, and hanging plants.
Create lots of habit trackers on a bullet journal page and still have room to decorate! Photosforthememories created EIGHT trackers on one page and then embellished each one with a pretty tulip wreath.
When your cat causes trouble, don't kill him...journal about it! Ehess04's cat (Carl) likes to eat her plants so she focused her frustration by creating an amazing and funny bullet journal page!
Design.marianamoura created simple and inspiring cacti and succulents in clean white pots.
Bujo.aubrey created a pretty plant doodle page featuring potted plants. My fave...the BONSAI!