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Plan with Me | February Bullet Journal Periwinkle Theme

Plan with Me | February Bullet Journal Periwinkle Theme

For February, it is common to see pink and heart themes in bullet journaling. With Valentine’s Day being the major holiday of the month, that makes sense. However, while I have nothing against Valentine’s Day, I had no interest in theming my bullet journal that way. I chose to focus on periwinkle and keep it minimalistic.

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February Theme

As I mentioned above, my theme is periwinkle color using my Tombow dual brush pens. I then felt the title page needed more and added the flower. Throughout the entire month’s layouts, I title using the same periwinkle color. Other pens used include Staedtler pigment liner, size .8, and Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Pens. I am not sure how i feel about the theme as a whole, but it seemed like a pleasant change from the generic pink and red February hearts and Valentine’s Day themes.

 

 

Monthly Layout

This month is ultimately the same as last. I shrunk the calendar to fit on one page then put goals and running to-do on the adjacent page. I like the idea of this layout including goals and a more generic to-do list for items that do not have a due date. If you are interested to learn more about running to-do lists, head over here.

 

 

Weekly Layout

Again, my weekly layout is the same as January’s layout. This is a grid layout involving eight rectangle-spaces with periwinkle titling. Each Rectangle gets a day of the week and I leave the eighth space blank for weekly goals or notes.

 

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Sincerely Elizabeth of Jihi Elephant


 

Plan with Me | February Bullet Journal Periwinkle Theme