Ready to plan your February bullet journal? You’re in the right place. Check out my complete bullet journal spread for 2020, last year’s layout, and much more.
I used watercolors for this bullet journal setup with a Valentine’s Day theme. Do you celebrate Valentine’s? We do, but it’s really not that important to me. However, I do enjoy a good box of chocolates (if my husband is reading this I’ll take the Ferrero Rocher).
Monthly bullet journaling spreads don’t have to be over the top or take hours to create, in fact, you can be done almost immediately printing my February Bullet Journal spread. Simply print and paste my spread into your own bujo (bullet journal) and BAM, you’re done!
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Here’s my newest February Bullet Journal Layout for 2020! Be sure to keep reading and check out my 2019 layout as well.
The pages I added to my February Bullet journal include:
- Cover Page
- Monthly Layout
- Weekly Layout
- Brain Dump
- Mood Tracker
FEBRUARY COVER PAGE
This month’s cover page was created with Valentine’s in mind! I wanted it to be fun, colorful, and simple.
I doodled around the “FEB” lettering and then used watercolors to add in the color.
Keep reading to find all of the supplies I used for this February spread!
COVER PAGE #2
I made this cover page for my daily “personal” bullet journal. I separate certain areas of importance into separate journals.
This works best for me in order to stay on top of everything. Between being a full-time student, blogging, a little YouTube, being a mom, and a wife I need numerous journals and a stiff drink!
This monthly spread is sticking with the Valentine’s theme.
I added a simple monthly calendar to the top corner with a “to-do” list and “notes” underneath.
I also added a quote that says, “Start each day with a grateful heart“.
This weekly spread turned out better than I thought it would. I really liked the way the watercolors blended together and made a tie-dye effect.
I wanted to try something different for my brain dump page this month, so I used an actual brain!
It was much easier to draw than I expected it would. Maybe I should make a tutorial on just that brain!? What do you think?
I don’t use mood trackers that often but I thought I would start off the beginning of the year on a positive note, so I thought why not track it?
If one of your New Years Resolutions was to be more positive, you need this page!
February bullet journal theme ideas:
- Valentines Doodles
- Red and Pink Minimalistic Theme
February bullet journal page ideas to consider:
- Books to Read
- Wish List
- Gratitude Log
SUPPLIES I USED FOR THIS JOURNAL SETUP
That wraps up the February 2020 Bullet Journal Setup, keep scrolling to check out last years spread. The March 2020 Bullet Journal Setup is now available, check it out for even more inspiration.
Here’s last year’s February layout for even more inspiration!
MONTHLY CALENDAR/MONTHLY LOG
With my 12 month calendar, I decided to make a 2-page spread. I went with pink and red Tombow dual brush pens and used a white gel pen for the lettering (days of the week).
I started by creating the outline for my calendar. I like to make my calendars big enough for functionality and still leave a little room for design.
I added hearts for each day of the month and wrote the numbers in with a white gel pen. To make the hearts more uniform I decided to use my stencil to create my hearts. To add a little more fun to my calendar I added some washi tape. Another reason I decided to add washi tape to this calendar is that.. I made a mistake. I created two extra boxes after the 28th of February, don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Sometimes you can easily fix your mistakes and other times not so much. If you do make a mistake, don’t dwell on it… just move on.
I tried to avoid black on this spread because I wanted it to be a lighter tone, and have more of a Valentine feel.
WEEKLY CALENDAR/WEEKLY LOG
After I created the spread for the full February calendar I decided to make a weekly calendar. I designated boxes for each day of the week, and then went back into each day of the week with the pink marker in the Tombow Dual Brush Pen pack (the same one I used for the monthly calendar).
Lastly, I went in with the black Tombow Fudenosuke Brush pen to write my numbers. Yep, I caved and used black. I wanted the day of the week to pop on the page so I could easily find the day I was looking for.
SUPPLIES I USED FOR THIS FEBRUARY BULLET JOURNAL SPREAD
That wraps up my February bullet journal setup. I didn’t add many pages to this month’s setup because 1) February isn’t expected to be a busy month for me and 2) I wanted to keep this month simple and only incorporate pages I knew I would use.
Have you started on your February bullet journal spread yet? I’d love to see them! Tag #gottadot on Instagram for a chance to be featured on my page!