Easter is such a lovely time of the year. It falls during the beginning of Spring, when flowers are beginning to bloom and the days are getting longer.
For many of us, it means we get to spend time with our family and friends, eat lots of chocolate and partake in egg-cellent activities!
However, having so much fun can require a lot of planning, which is why you’ll probably need to use your bullet journal a lot this Easter period.
Whether you need inspiration for your April monthly cover, want to create checklists for buying Easter eggs (so you don’t forget any little cousins this year) or need to organise your family meals, you can be sure to create amazing bujo spreads with these Easter bullet Journal ideas!
Let’s gather our supplies:
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#5. Adorable April Monthly Cover
This monthly cover features three lovely little easter bunnies with bouquets of carrots.
#6. Egg Basket Gratitude Log
Get creative with your gratitude logs and recreate this easter egg basket design. You can use this to document each special moment you have during Easter.
#8. Spring Theme Dividers
These dividers are simply stunning, an ideal way to add fun into your Easter-themed bullet journal spreads.
#12. Happy Easter Weekly Spread
This weekly spread features incredibly realistic paintings of all things Easter related.
The overlapping eggs layout is also unique!
#13. Spring Theme April Monthly Spread
This monthly spread gives us major Spring vibes.
The flowers and bumble-bee give the spread a light and fresh look.
You can also log all your special Easter events and goals here.
That’s it! My list of top easter bullet journal ideas.
There’s no doubt you’ll be able to take some inspiration and re-create some super impressive spreads of your own!
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