How To Create A Cozy Gingham Bullet Journal Theme Cover Page

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Hello hello! It’s Nabaa here from @whimsical.doodles on Instagram! For today’s blog post, I’m going to show you how I created this super cute yet SUPER SIMPLE (Seriously it took me less than 10 minutes!) gingham themed cover page.

cover page image 

Recommended Bullet Journaling Supplies:

    • Archer and Olive Notebook – I’m currently using the A5 Falling Skies notebook! But you can get 10% off any A&O product using my affiliate code WHIMSICAL10 :)  
    • Markers of your choice - I used a Crayola and a Karin Marker because those are what I had on hand in the colours I wanted!
    • Kraft Paper
    • White Sakura Gelly Roll


Step 1

Start by drawing alternate row lines using your marker - this will work with any colour but you want to use a lighter shade of the colour you’re using! 

Leave space for 2-3 darker lines of colour and line your whole page both horizontal and vertical using your lighter base colour! 

first lines


Step 2

Add in 2-3 lines of the darker colour both horizontally and vertically! If you’re like me and mess up counting out your lines, fill in the extra space using thinner lines like I’ve done below

next layer of lines


Step 3

Add in your monthly title! I used a bit of scrap kraft paper in the centre of the page to add in my month! 

monthly title piece


Final Step!

This is entirely optional but I added some dried flowers and washi tape to decorate the page a little more. I love how this cover page turned out and even more so because it was easy to put together! 

finished picture

If you’d like to recreate this cover page, check out the video below to follow along!

If you do end up recreating this cover page, I would absolutely LOVE to see! So make sure to tag me @whimsical.doodles on Instagram to share 💛 I would also love to hear more from you on what you would like my next blog post to be about! 

1 comment

  • Thanks. I tried it. It’s ok. Will do another because I like yours so much. Also love the new pin design you did! Thanks again!!

    Carol Steele on

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