The bullet journal is a blank canvas, full of limitless potential. It can be hard to know where to begin! Here are 15 bullet journal collections to get your creative juices flowing and get you feeling inspired!

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  1. Shreya Sinha says:

    Thanks a lot for this knowledge.
    I really loved it.
    Can you give a free printable 2021 minimal bu jo setup.
    Please reply.

  2. I am only starting to learn about bullet journals! I really love your suggestions, I am hoping to create one for next year that I can use for myself but also for others <3 This post is super inspiring, I have taken a bunch of notes!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      I can’t wait to hear how much you love it once you start Bekah!

  3. Shelby,
    First off thank you for sharing your knowledge. Second, my Mom’s name is Shelby. She was always in charge of the VBS crafts at our church and she was a preschool teacher. She did this for over 20 years until cancer took her energy and then her life. She loved doing all these creative things. I guess I got it genuine from the genes. I look forward to working in your library of fun.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thanks for being here Robin! What a great legacy and way to remember you mom ❤️

  4. Denise Lee Ling says:

    I love see this. I am doing up that contract and reward spread! TFS.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      That is so great! Thanks for reading Denise!

  5. Gay Ferland says:

    I like your ideas. I also love using rubber stamps to create layouts. I can be involved in many hours having fun creating my pages. Thanks, as always, for your wonderful pages!!!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thanks a million, Gay! I love that you are having so much fun!

  6. Monica Rose says:

    I’m 87 years young. I worked with my husband over 55 years, and he always pointed out that I was unorganized and I still am. Your journals are terrific and give me new hope. I’m going to prove you can teach an old dog new tricks. Your grocery list journal really intreges me.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      I love this Monica! You are right, you absolutely can learn, no matter what age.

  7. Marie Ekoka says:

    I’ve been going through a lot of your posts and FINALLY I have found the courage to start my bullet journal (it’s been waiting on my desk for a while). Especially the water color test was helpful. Thanks for all the inspiration! I need to ask you about what type ogf pen/ ink you used for the headline on the Christmas gifft list. I NEED that!

  8. I love your spreads, and I am especially interested in the 100 ways to increase creativity. It is super interesting how “dress well”, “do timed exercises” and “have a picnic” are there.
    How would you think those develop creativity?

    I have just started my own blog on ways to develop an artistic mind, , that’s why I’m being so nosy 🙂


    1. That’s a great question, Joana! Being creative is easiest when you are happy and healthy, and things like going outside and dressing in something other than sweats helps a homebody like me get a more well-rounded day. And timed exercises is a drawing exercise where you set a timer for a minute or five minutes, then try to sketch a subject. It’s a good way to get you to focus on the overall picture instead of the details. I hope that helps clarify a bit!

  9. I really like your idea of the recipe list! Old favorites next to recipes we’d like to try! I think I have to try it!

    1. I’m so glad you like it, Anick! That collection has definitely been a valuable one for me. I hope you give it a try and love it as much as I do!

  10. I love:
    THE CAMPING PREP!! (looooove this one)

    This is a really great list! Pinning for reference! Thanks for sharing.

    1. I’m so glad you like the post, Ashley! And I’m totally with you about Camping Prep. I’m all about it 😀 There’s nothing more fun to prepare for than camping!

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