February Bullet Journal Printable – updated

PRINTABLE: Bujo Feb template (4)
Be sure to set your printer for landscape and NOT portrait.
Try setting your printer to flip along the short edge for correct printing. This works with my HP and my Brother printers
Here’s the same file formatted with everything being right side up. Let me know if this works with your printer.
Thanks for being patient with me as we figure this out.
Happy almost February! I have teamed up with Visual Faith ministries and am in the process of being a Visual Faith Coach. I will post more about that later, but Connie Denninger asked me to develop a Bullet Journal Spread for those who would like to try to Bullet Journaling but are afraid to try it. I get it. A blank page can be intimidating, I thought if you had a printable guide to help you get you started your confidence will grow and you’ll be able to begin designing your own bullet journal in a few months.
For February I have designed this to be a stand-along journal. I have designed it so you can print it 2-sided, so don’t get freaked out when see some of the pages are upside down. This is the way it has to be to print correctly. Ideally, the concept of the Bullet Journal is for you to layout your weekly spreads and then leave some blank pages after so you can do life. You can take notes at a meeting, jot down your grocery list or sketch out that brilliant solution to a problem you’ve been noodling on. If you’re just starting, you’ll get there but for now, let’s start with the basics. Here’s the list of the pages I have included in this month’s Bullet Journal printable. I’d love to have your feedback on how to make this better. Would you like the orientation landscaped instead of portrait? More pages for notes? Tell me how I can make this better! I’m already starting on a spread for March. I’ll post more about the Bullet journal on how to use it next week.
BONUS STUFF:  In this month’s spread, my theme is God’s love for you. I have included several verses for your to doodle around and memorize. I have also included a monthly challenge – Random acts of kindness. I challenge you to commit 5 random acts of kindness. Do it for a family member, a friend, a neighbor, an acquaintance and a stranger. Random acts of kindness should be done in secret recall. Matthew 6:4 – so that your giving may be done in secret. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret will reward you. This is going to be so much fun! I can’t wait to hear about what you’re doing. I’ll post some ideas  about things you can consider next week.
Here are the Spreads in this month’s printable:
  1. Cover page
  2. The Month at a glance
  3. Goals and task
  4. Prayers and Prayers answered
  5. The Random Acts of Kindness Challenge
  6. Notes and shopping
  7. 5 weekly spreads with weekly focus, daily gratitudes and daily notes and appointments.
Here is a list of the Supplies you’ll need
5 sheets of paper – consider printing the first page on card stock. I actually printed all of my pages on card stock so it will hold up a little better on the go.
a black pen
markers or colored pencils (optional)
binding material (stapler, or glue or sewing machine)
I designed this to be printed double sided and bound in the middle.
Binding options:
  1. Using an extended staple that will reach out 5 1/2 inches.
  2. Use a sewing machine and run a quick seam down the middle, or you could get a big darning needle and hand sew it.
  3. CAREFULLY use teeny tiny drops of glue on inside fold to glue your pages together – be careful with this method
Can’t wait to get your feedback.


6 responses to “February Bullet Journal Printable – updated”

  1. Marla dorsett Avatar
    Marla dorsett

    I love the offer of the journal but the pages printed upside down when tryin to assemble the journal. Could you correct this?

    1. I reformatted the file and posted a second one. Let me know if that works. If not let me know what went wrong and I’ll try it again. Thanks again for giving this a try.

  2. I’ve been bullet journaling since June 2016 and I STILL can’t commit to drawing/designing a cover page or the lettering. I don’t buy expensive journals so I sometimes have trouble with ink bleeding through pages. I prefer the vertical pages. I use a page for each day as I tend to document to do lists, appointments, what we are having for dinner, sometimes meds or health notes, prayer requests.
    For each month I usually have a page or two as a cover (I try to find pretty ones online). Then I have two pages that list goals, what I am reading, what I am watching and upcoming things to remember. I tend to use one journal (190-240 pages) for 3 months.
    I just LOVE your designs and the lettering. I have dreams of taking to time for artistic/creative things but I find myself getting stuck on it looking “just right”.
    Thanks for sharing these!

    1. Kim

      Thanks for your feedback. In truth I tend to use a page a day although this year I am trying a full page journal and spreading my week over 3-4 pages. Thanks for your kind words. and the detail on how you use your Bujo. I’ll keep that in mind for March.

  3. First, it is so very kind of you to offer your beautiful work to us for free. I am grateful for your generosity. Second, and this is not a complaint, I could not get two sided printing to come out right. I tried a variety of settings and even printed all the pages single sided to photo copy double sided. I either ended up with the second side upside down or the pages didn’t match up properly to be able to fold into a booklet as you intended. I have no problem just cutting the single sided pages in half and binding that way, with blank backs on all the printed pages, but thought you’d like to know there still might be a problem with the layout for printing. I’m not sure it matters, but I’m printing from a MacBook Pro to a Cannon MX922 printer. Thank you for sharing. 🙂

    1. Kari

      Thanks so so much for your feed back. This is REALLY REALLY helpful. The printing is proving to be a real challenge. I’ll take your comments into consideration for March and I am thinking about a longer term solution. Keep your comments coming!
      Blessings, Marsha

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