Looking for aesthetically pleasing bullet journal cover page ideas? Try one of these to make next month stand out.
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Here lately I have been pinning all things to patterns to my Pinterest boards. I am obsessed with looking at the repeating patterns and recreating some of them in my own journal and sketchbook.
As I got deeper into my Pinterest frenzy, wine cooler and all, I found an incredible assortment of bullet journal cover pages that were decorated to the nines with patterns. And I wanted to share them all!
While doodling is practically in my blood, drawing patterns is a bit outside my normal realm of expertise. However, lately, I have been doing more and more of it.
Doodling relaxes me on a different level than anything else. It allows me to recenter myself, be mindful, and enjoy a slice of my day, even on the worst days. But drawing patterns has a rhythm to it. I talk all about it in my recent post on how to draw a basket weave pattern.
But, I haven’t had the chance to make a cover page with a pattern yet. And in my opinion, they are stunning. They cover the entire page and are full of color and so much intricate design work.
So, today’s post is about sharing pattern cover page ideas and inspiration.
17 Pattern Cover Page Ideas
I am floored by this stunning Morrocan tile pattern design. The shapes and the sharp contrast between the blue and white is lovely.
This gorgeous black and white cover is mesmerizing with the repeating leaf patterns. I am a sucker for a black and white pattern.
Sometimes you just need a little simplicity. This spread offers all the pleasing aesthetics while still remaining minimal.
This square pattern is wonderful! And I love how she alternated colors throughout. Imagine the possibilities of tying this into a festive theme with specific colors.
Catja from @deluxe.journaling always blows me away with her bullet journal spreads. But this tiny tiled cover page for August takes the cake.
Okay, so this one isn’t a cover page, per se, but it could easily be turned into one. This zentangle style pattern with the rainbow effect looks warm and welcoming — perfect for summer months.
Another take on the zentangle style patterns. This one is a blue monochrome scheme and is super pretty.
My favorite part of this pattern design is the contrast between the thick and thin lines. And I love how the arrows are all different lengths.
Why have one zentangle pattern when you can have multiples? Am I right?
How cute are these bubble tea doodles? The zig-zag pattern and repeating colors really bring them all together.
A lot of patterns take a long time to draw and plan out. Here’s an easier one that still creates the same wow effect.
This one doesn’t cover the whole page but instead takes up space along the edges. And the end result is magic.
Herringbone and chevron patterns are some of my favorites to draw. I love how this one has some added interest with larger white spaces.
Here’s another look and take on the squares pattern. These have been turned on their points like diamonds and rather than multiple colors, this one is only black and pink.
This cover page is a work of art. With the repeating vertical and horizontal lines, it draws you in like a masterpiece in a gallery.
I love the minimalistic aspect of this pattern. Triangles always make for interesting and beautiful patterns.
Citrus fruits have a natural pattern that makes them lovely. Stacked together, they are absolutely magical and perfect for summer months.
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