Just in time for spring and summer! Snag this free bullet journal printable, including floral headers, circular calendars, and design boxes.
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I just finished my May Setup. Halleluja! I’m actually early and got my Plan With Me Video up. If you could see me right now, I’m giving myself a big hug… with a cup of coffee in both hands.
April was rough. I definitely wasn’t as on top of all of my projects as I wanted to be, but I feel like I prioritized rather well. I had the whole month to film, edit, and make the worksheets for my new course, Petite Floral Doodles. And that was my top priority. After that, I was writing an email series and managing the Bullet Journal Weight Loss Challenge (definitely need to do some more work here). And finally, I’ve been staying up till the wee hours of the morning creating content and designing my new fitness website that comes out in May! Yikes!
But, with everything that I had to do in April, I got some fun freebies created for you! And I’m going to start releasing them TODAY! And today’s free bullet journal printable is a sheet of hand-drawn floral designs.
This sheet includes two circular calendars. One is 30 days and the other is 31 days. It also includes a really intricate header that can be used for any month or any collection page you like. Plus, you get some extra box designs that you could use as weekly headers or a quote box.
Also, I want to say thank you to everyone who has sent me an email requesting printables. You guys are awesome and have some great ideas. And I swear I’m working on as many of them as I can. So, please be patient with me.
But without further blog blabber, here are your printables!
Free Bullet Journal Printable: Floral Headers & Circular Calendars
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Tips for Using Printables:
- Get some matte sticker paper. It’s the bomb.
- Set your printer setting to the highest quality printing. This will ensure all of the fine details come out just as they look onscreen.
- Want to resize this so it fits a smaller notebook? Use the scale option on your printer and try setting it between 75-85%.
Did you download and use these printables? Share your creations with me on Instagram by tagging me, @the.petite.planner, and using the hashtag #thepetiteplanner. I would love to see how you incorporated them into your journal.