Are you excited to see February bullet journal cover page ideas?
It was so much fun searching and picking out January bujo cover pages, and this month was no exception.
I *might* went a bit overboard with this one, since here are more than 90 February bullet journal cover page ideas to get the inspiration from. (I know, crazy!…)
However, it might not seem too much since I’ve organized them according to a specific bullet journaling style.
Therefore, you can expect to get a pretty decent amount of ideas for your February cover page, while not being overwhelmed with endless possibilities.
Long story short – even if you’re a bullet journal beginner, you can find an idea that’ll work for you and your bullet journal.
I’ve got to tell you upfront since this month is traditionally the month of love, don’t be surprised that the majority of February cover spreads you see online (and here) are somewhere along these lines.
If you don’t want to succumb to this trend, have no worries!
Here are also examples of pages that have nothing to do with love, hearts, kisses, or other things that follow this theme.
Ready to see them all?
Here they are!
Go straight to February bullet journal cover page ideas that interest you the most!
- Bullet journal cover page ideas – February motifs
- Abstract February cover page ideas
- Minimalist February bullet journal cover page ideas
- Artistic February cover page ideas
- February bullet journal cover page ideas that focus on lettering
- February cover pages in a scrapbook journal style
- Miscellaneous February bullet journal cover page ideas
Bullet journal cover page ideas – February motifs
With Valentine’s Day right in the middle, February is traditionally viewed as the month of love.
I tried to give you a mix of spreads that require a different level of difficulty to (re)create, so you can find inspiration for your cover page no matter how good your drawing skills are.
See what I picked as examples of February bullet journal cover page ideas that have love as their theme.
This is one of my first ever cover pages. I wanted to show you it as an example of how you can create a pretty decent bullet journal cover page even when you’re just starting out.
Abstract February cover page ideas
If you’re a bullet journal beginner, then you can try to create an abstract cover page for February.
As you will see, they’re easy and quick to make, plus with the right color scheme, they can look equally attractive, and even more fun than some other “classic” cover pages.
Minimalist February bullet journal cover page ideas
Now, I know you might not consider all of these pages as minimalistic – some do require a bit more effort to make, however, most of them have a simplistic, crowd-free look.
Due to their minimalist design, where the word February is the most prominent element on a page, I often stop and think should some of these spreads better belong to a lettering category (and vice versa).
I’m leaving this decision up to you after you get a look at what’s in this category.
Artistic February cover page ideas
It’s almost without exception that the most eye-catching bullet journal cover pages fall into an artistic category.
(I know, so unfair!)
But, no matter if you have the skills (or the patience) to create these kinds of pages or not, they always feel good to the eye – so let’s see them!
February bullet journal cover page ideas that focus on lettering
In case you’re better at handwriting or can draw beautiful letters, then making a bullet journal cover page that focuses on calligraphy or lettering is a smart decision.
Here are some examples of February cover pages where the main stars of the show are letters.
February cover pages in a scrapbook journal style
A scrapbook journal style is another creative way to make your bujo cover page if you’re short on time.
If you already have some stickers, magazines, or leftover paper, you can effortlessly design your February cover page that’s both attractive and totally unique.
Here are some ideas to get you inspired.
Miscellaneous February bullet journal cover page ideas
Last but not the least, here are some creative February bullet journal cover page ideas that don’t belong to any category above (or are a mix of a few), but are absolutely worth seeing.
Once again, this is one of my own bullet journal cover pages.
There’s a separate post filled with pictures if you’re curious to see my entire peacock monthly theme.
And what do you know?! You came to the end of this list of more than 90 February bullet journal cover page images!
With so many different styles and gorgeous examples, I’m sure you now have plenty of ideas to create your own February cover spread – the one you’ll be more than proud of.
If you still haven’t decided what it will be, no worries. Save your favorite images on Pinterest and use them to remind you about the ideas you liked and would love to try out at any time you like.
March will be here in no time, so I’ll see you soon with another round of bullet journal monthly cover spread ideas. 😉
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