Bullet Journal Layout Ideas - Hello Pages
Hello pages are like new beginnings, and I love using them. They're super simple and quick to design, so I'm going to share some bullet journal layout ideas for hello pages with you.
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What is the Hello Page for?
In journaling and planning, the hello pages start off a new section in your journal. Many people use it to start of a new month and new journal.
There is usually a theme related to the new section. For instance, April is coming up, and since April is technically springtime in this part of the world, journalists adorn their spreads with fun, pretty colors and lots of flowers.
If you're not into themes, you could always decorate your hello pages with whatever you like. I, personally, enjoy arrows. They don't celebrate the season or anything really, but I like to use them everywhere. You do your thing.
Bullet Journal Layout Ideas for Hello Pages
Yana Smakula created this beautiful watercolor design that is absolutely perfect to start off any section of your journal. Hello, beautiful!
The colors are vibrant, and the message is sweet and serves as a reminder that we are beautiful.
Julie at ZunZun Blog created this super adorable black and orange design for October.
It's in French, so I'm not exactly sure what it says, but using quotes is a great way to add something inspiring to start off the new month.
Pick your favorite quote and decorate with words. I love using words to sprinkle my personality into my journal.
Sandra from Wundertastisch creates the most gorgeous mandala style designs that I've ever seen. Mandalas and boho designs are definitely my favorite - I love the simplicity of the colors (mainly black and white) yet the intricate details that build on each other to create something magical.
Defnitely check out Sandra's blog if you enjoy this style of art - she shares tons of free and paid printables too!
Simplicity is definitely my thing, and while I'm not an artist, I do enjoy creating digital elements for my journal.
These wreaths were made using Eclectic Anthology elements, and I love them so much. They're easy to use, and I just customize the space after Hello to whatever I'm feeling like at the moment.
So there you have some gorgeous hello pages to be inspired by, and hopefully you grabbed all the freebies and awesome content that I've shared with you.
Bullet journaling can really help us keep ourselves organized, but remember to have fun with it. If you ever feel stuck, just step away for a second. I like to go on Pinterest for inspiration and draw things out. If it doesn't work out, I try again later and am much happier with my designs.