Get ready to be inspired with these April bullet journal cover page ideas!
Even though this is (already!) the fourth month of sharing yearly bujo cover page examples, I never end up being amazed by the quantity and creativity of the bullet journal community you get to see online.
With so many great ideas, it’s always hard to choose only some of them, but I do hope that over the year I’ll make a collection of various cover page spreads so you never run out of ideas for your cover page design – no matter what bujo style you prefer.
(there are spreads that both bullet journal beginners and experienced users can try out)
Use the links below to jump straight to the section that interest you the most.
(although I believe you’ll gladly take a look at all the examples 😉 )
- Bullet journal cover page ideas – April motifs
- Abstract cover page ideas for April
- Minimalist April bullet journal cover page ideas
- Artistic April cover pages
- April bullet journal cover page ideas that focus on lettering
- April cover pages in a scrapbook journal style
- Miscellaneous April bullet journal cover page ideas
Bullet journal cover page ideas – April motifs
There are endless ways to create a bullet journal monthly cover page, and April is no exception.
However, most of the time I see a specific topic that shows up more frequently in a certain month – it’s what I like to call the motif or common theme of the month.
Surprisingly, while I was browsing around for April bullet journal cover page ideas, I noticed this time there isn’t a single dominant one.
Instead, there are few motifs people often associate with April.
Those are spring (yes, even though it dominated in March, it’s still relevant), rain, and Easter.
(bees in many designs are popular, too!)
With this in mind, have a look at the bullet journal cover page ideas you can create this month in your bujo.
Abstract cover page ideas for April
I must admit many abstract bullet journal cover pages do look alike, but it wouldn’t be fair to skip mentioning them – especially since this style is perfect for bullet journaling beginners.
Because they’re so easy and quick to make, you can get an interesting bujo cover page in no time at all.
This time I believe I’ve managed to find a bit more unique examples of abstract April bullet journal cover pages, so you can get the inspiration for your own spread.
Minimalist April bullet journal cover page ideas
Minimalist cover page design is also a good option for those who love this bullet journaling style, but also for all who don’t have much time at their disposal or don’t feel artistic (yet!).
(using printable bullet journal pages for this case is another handy option)
To get some ideas and inspiration for your own creative expression, here are some spreads that fall into the minimalist category.
Artistic April cover pages
If you can’t wait to try out your creative skills and talents, artistic bullet journal cover pages will allow you to showcase them to the full.
See some attractive cover page designs that belong to the artistic category.
April bullet journal cover page ideas that focus on lettering
In case hand-lettering is your stronger side, then you should absolutely create your bullet journal cover page in such style.
I’ve picked out some great ideas so you can get the inspiration for your own spread.
April cover pages in a scrapbook journal style
Another approach you can try out for your bullet journal cover page, especially when you’re short on time, is a scrapbook journal style.
This way you can quickly create unique and attractive spreads that don’t take much of your effort, while the end results still look amazing.
Here are some great examples of this bullet journaling style.
Miscellaneous April bullet journal cover page ideas
If you’re bursting with out-of-the-box ideas, you very well know your bullet journal allows you to express them.
Whatever idea you have on your mind, you can create an April cover page from it.
Here’s a mix of different cover spreads that don’t belong to any category above, but are very eye-catching and creative.
Those were all bullet journal cover pages I have prepared for you for this month.
With such a variety of examples, I’m positive you’ll get the inspiration for your own bullet journal cover spread (or grab the bullet journal covers set if you’d like to have creative covers for the entire year in the blink of an eye 😉 ).
Don’t forget to save your faves to Pinterest, and I’ll see you soon with a new round of bujo cover page examples.