February Bullet Journal Page Spreads
While getting my bullet journal ready for February, I took a look at other bullet journalist’s spreads for inspiration. I’ve added some of my favorites to this post to give you page ideas as well.
In addition, I took a look at holidays that you might want to make note of. Sure, Valentine’s Day rules the month, but there are other holiday worth almost as much (or more) celebration. Why not use some of these holidays as inspiration for your monthly page spreads?
For example, who can live without celebrating National Pizza Day, Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, or Love Your Pet Day?
What’s going on in February?
There are several National holidays you’ll want to add to your bullet journal monthly calendar.
February 2nd is Groundhog Day
February 12th is Lincoln’s Birthday
February 14th is Valentine’s Day
February 18th is President’s Day and Washington’s Birthday
Celebrate EVERY DAY!
In addition to the National holidays, there are lots of fun and little-known holidays you may want to celebrate. Here are the holidays for each day of this month.
Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day (seems better than Groundhog day to me!)
Thank a Mailman Day
Chinese New Year
National Chopsticks Day
Send a Card to a Friend Day
Kite Flying Day
National Pizza Day
White T-Shirt Day
National Lost Penny Day
Get a Different Name Day
Gum Drop Day
Do a Grouch a Favor Day
Random Acts of Kindness Day
National Drink Wine Day
National Chocolate Mint Day
Love Your Pet Day
Card Reading Day
National Margarita Day
International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day
National Tortilla Chip Day
Pistol Patent Day
Tell a Fairy Tale Day
No Brainer Day
Public Sleeping Day
Is February 2019 a Leap Year?
2019 is not a leap year. That means that February of this year is 28 days. The next leap year will be in 2020.
February Bullet Journal Page Spreads
Now it's time to set up your bujo for the month. Setting up my monthly spreads is my favorite part of bullet journaling. I love having a fresh start with a new month and changing up my page themes. It also gives me a change to add or remove pages that are working/not for me.
Make a February cover page, calendar page, month at a glance, to do list, goals, monthly trackers, gratitude log, and weekly layouts.
Image by @soucalligraphy
February spreads are some of my favorites of the year! They tend to be bright, light, and full of hearts. This cover page is made by creating a wreath in black, then adding simple hearts and dots using Tombow brush pens. The month is written in the middle in calligraphy.
Image by @study.beautiful
Dangling hearts create the cover page for this monthly bullet journal spread. On the right side page is a month at a glance including highlights, deadlines, and social media follower count.
Image by @bujobreaddough
Make your mood tracker fun for February! By creating 28 hearts and then connecting them with dots, you’ll make a mood tracker that you’ll love to fill in each day.
Image by @astudentsjournal
Pretty poppies are the inspiration for this February bujo spread. The page on the right kicks off the month with important information to remember.
Image by @a.paper.knight
Happy hearts provide the background for this sleep tracker page.
Image by @journalbymir
Bejewel your February pages with gems. This page shows that beautifully and colors the crystals in with lots of pink shades.
Image by @bulletjournal_
Minimalist bullet journals can still be decorated for February. Create a large botanical heart and then write the month in the center in calligraphy.
Image by @christina77star
Image by @bullethj84
Image by @mamaria_2
Image by @katiekdiy
How will you setup and decorate your pages for February? Let me know in the comments below.