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As you may know if you’ve been around long, I’m a huge fan of printables. For me, they are fun and relaxing to make. And, for you they are helpful to your planning routine. Win win!
Which tells me that there are a lot of people who are on the lookout for free printables. And while a list with specific printables is really nice, wouldn’t it be even better to have a whole resource dedicated to websites that create free bullet journal printables?
Well, today is the day I grant that wish.
I have scoured the internet, asked friends, scrolled through Pinterest, and gone back through my old posts to find all the best websites that offer free bullet journal printables so that I could put them in one place. Here!
Using Printables in Your Bullet Journal
For a long time, I assumed everyone knew how to use printables. This was obviously a very poor assumption on my part.
I get a lot of questions about how to use printables and even why one might choose to use them. So, I want to provide some clarity for you beforehand.
Why You Might Use Printables in Your Bullet Journal
You might want to use printables in your bullet journal for a number of reasons. If you love having a bullet journal and like it to be “pretty” and organized but don’t have the time to dedicate to drawing your own spreads, printables can be a huge game changer.
On the other hand, if you feel like you can’t accomplish the level of creativity you want in your own journal, you might go insearch of printable stickers, decorative stickers, and washi tape.
Lastly, maybe you want to try out a new layout but aren’t 100% sure if it will be for you. So, rather than spend a lot of time setting it up, you find a printable and try it for a week instead.
How to Use Free Bullet Journal Printables
As with anything planning or creative related, there is no one right way to do it. The printables offered in my Library and almost everyone else’s are free for personal use. Which means you can use them to your liking, as long as it’s for personal use only.
That being said, there are a few tips that I believe make using printables easier.
- Be sure to check the size of the printable first. Almost all of my Printables are A5 size, as that is pretty standard for bullet journaling. Often you can size down, but sometimes increasing the size will lead to blurry images.
- Use sticker paper! This is a game-changing tip. If you use printables a lot, I highly recommend investing in some good matte sticker paper. This is my favorite brand and it comes with 100 sheets, which lasts a long time! (all products will be listed below as well). But, using sticker paper will save you time and a mess. No glue or tape needed.
- Snag some adhesive tape. This stuff is magical when it comes to printables. You just run the applicator along the back of your printable page or sticker and then stick it into your journal and it won’t budge.
- Use a straight edge cutter for full page spreads. With a straight edge cutting tool can cut multiple pages at a time and keep your edges perfectly straight for a clean and simple application.
Best Websites to Get Free Bullet Journal Printables
The Petite Planner
Obviously, before we get too deep into this post– or really even skin deep, I have to do a little self-promo. I can’t swear by it, but I think I may have one of the largest free printable libraries around.
With everything from habit trackers to header stickers and doodle practice sheets to weekly layouts, I try to include a wide variety of printables for free. You can sign up to get access to the VIP Resource Library, here.
Little Coffee Fox
Shelby of Little Coffee Fox offers many free printables. She is an amazing watercolor and lettering guru, and based on the printables she has posted on Instagram, I know her printables are carefully created and unique.
On top of free printables, when you join the Fox Den Resource Library, you will also gain access to video tutorials, exclusive calligraphy worksheets, and a 7-day productivity course. You can join here.
Life is Messy and Brilliant
Jenniffer has some of the most beautiful and creative bullet journal printables I have come across. And unlike many, she create printables for just about everything! Not just weeklies or habit trackers.
Her variety of printables includes tv & movie trackers, savings trackers, spending trackers, header stickers, self-care spreads, and school specific trackers.
There is no specific page that houses all of her printables. But you can visit this page to get started browsing through the large selection of printables she offers.
Masha has been a dear friend of mine for well over a year now. I have watched her grow into a confident and extremely talented artist. And recently, she has started making free bullet journal printables for her blog.
Masha, much like myself, is a lover of flowers, the color pink, and beautiful decorative elements. She has some gorgeous mini floral habit and mood trackers that you’ll want to snag.
Plus, she’s an insanely hard worker, which means she will likely be filling her library with new printables very quickly. Don’t miss out. Get signed up for free, here.
Space and Quiet
Tracey from Space and Quiet has one of the best website layouts for free printables that I have come across. Her resource library includes small thumbnails of each of her printables along with what sizes they come in.
She offers a variety of printables, from mood and gratitude logs to week logs, stickers, mandalas, mood trackers, and brain dumps pages. She also accommodates to those who use the Happy Planner, full Letter planners, and A4.
Check out all of her wonderful printables, here.
Life by Whitney
Whitney is a huge influence in the community and she’s very well known for her creative weekly designs, lettering, and live draws.
Whitney also has a Vault where she houses exclusive freebies and printables for her subscribers. Not only does she offer printables, but she offers printable templates to help you learn how to create your own spreads and trackers.
You can sign up for The Vault for free, here.
Claire from Minimal Plan is, as her name states, a bit more minimal than the others on the list. But, her printables are strikingly gorgeous in their simplicity and will help you be more productive and stay focused.
You can join the Planners Secret Society, here.
Where else have you downloaded printables from? Let me know in the comments so I can check them out as well.
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