You can start a bullet journal without having to do all of the drawing yourself! Use this free weekly planner printable to start your own floral journal theme!
The great thing about bullet journaling is that it really is for everyone! You can go minimal or draw and doodle gorgeous pages. Or you can use printables to put together a bullet journal that is custom to your needs!
Photos in this post were updated in July 2020.
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Like many people, having an efficient bullet journal weekly spread is essential. It keeps you organized and on-task throughout the week. And sometimes, it’s the little boost of motivation you need to get things done.
But, creating weekly spreads is also time-consuming. Often, it’s easy to get sidetracked on a Sunday afternoon and forget to set up the coming week. Or if you’re setting your notebook up for the whole month, it can start to feel daunting.
For me, this often results in decreased productivity and a lack of direction with my days.
In an attempt to help others stay on track and be more productive, I’ve created a few different printable weekly spreads over the years. You can check out this 5-pack bundle of weekly spread printables here.
But, today I’m sharing a free printable weekly planner. This printable fits A5 sized journals. It has a Monday start and includes beautiful hand-drawn floral illustrations.
WEEKLY PLANNER TO PRINT
To download your free printable weekly planner template, click the link below.
This is a PDF, so if you save it to your computer, you will need a PDF reader, like Adobe Reader to open and print it.
Once in the print settings, be sure that your printable is set to print at Actual Size. This will ensure that your printable pages fit in your bullet journal.
This printable weekly spread comes with a light gray dot grid background and light gray cut lines. After you have printed your file, use a pair of scissors or a straight edge cutter like this one to cut around the two pages.
My favorite method of attaching printable pages to my journal is with Tombow Mono Adhesive. Unlike glue, it won’t leave ridges in your paper and it will stay secure.
Adding Colors and Dates TO WEEKLY PLANNER TEMPLATE
You are welcome to use the printable exactly as it is. But, feel free to make it your own with colors and stickers. For this post, I used Stabilo Fineliner Pens.
The daily headers in this weekly spread printables are black and undated. But, you can easily add the numbered dates with planner stickers. Check out the planner dates sticker pack below.
You can also use a pen to simply write in the numbered date, or use stamps like these.
Coloring on Your Printable Weekly Planner Template
- If you have an inkjet printer, be cautious using waterbased markers to color. Sometimes the water of the marker will make the printed image bleed and create muddy colors.
- Do a color test before coloring on your printable weekly spread or other printables.
- Use colored pencils to add color to your printable. This set of 72 is very affordable and has soft lead to create beautiful gradients and blends as well as saturated and rich color.
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If you have themes you’d like to see for a weekly planner printable, please leave a comment and let me know! I love inspiration for new printables!