September is so many different things….
The end of Summer.
Time to go back to school.
The first day of Fall.
New TV shows premiere.
Celebrating International Talk Like a Pirate Day (yes, it’s a thing)
So many awesome choices when it comes to creating pages and layouts for your bullet journal!
Hope you get some inspiration for your own bullet journal spread from these gorgeous September cover pages and layouts!
While my bullet journal leans towards the minimalist style, I’ve started experimenting with cover pages thanks to all of these lovely ideas and inspiration!
Back to School doodles
This cute cover page by @bujoescape is a fun collection of back to school doodles.
Bright and colorful, it’s still easy enough that anyone could do it no matter their artistic skills.
Love this falling leaves cover page by @sincerelyvina!
From the smiling cloud at the top to the beautiful falling leaves, this cover page just screams September!
Hitting the Books
Really like this book theme by Liz (@lizbullet) for back to school!
I have a hard time drawing books, but I really like the looks of this page. A little above my artistic skill set, but maybe you could use stencils?
Who doesn’t remember spreading your books out while doing homework? Really like this cover page!
Fall/Back to School mash-up
Most cover pages are a single page, but Kim (@nhplannermom) has done a great job by spreading her cover over two pages.
It looks like she couldn’t decide between a back to school theme or a fall layout, so did both. Love this idea!
This adorable mermaid cover page from Tara at Slightly Sorted is actually a college she put together using washi tape and a birthday card!
I’ve never thought of doing a collage for a cover page, but that’s the perfect solution for someone as drawing challenged as me!
Back to School Grapes
The grapes would have made a lovely cover page on their own, but Constance (@constancechel) tied it in with a back to school theme, making a totally unique cover page for September!
This beautiful drawing of hydrangeas by @bujo_gram is incredible and takes my breath away!
Love how she filled one entire page with the flowers, letting them spill onto the second page. It’s both simple and incredibly detailed at the same time.
What a gorgeous September cover page!
The succulents on their own would have made a lovely cover page, but adding geometric shapes and using watercolors for inside the triangles takes it to a whole other level!
Ally (@explorejournaling) is a wonderfully talented artist and I really love this drawing!
Isn’t this adorable little hedgehog just the cutest thing you’ve ever seen?
Love how @seed_successful_you has him under an umbrella, just hanging out in the rain.
Such a cute, whimsical cover page!
This lovely floral theme by @seras.bullet.journal is simple, but striking.
It looks like something a non-artistic person (like me) could draw, but we’d need to take our time with the flowers.
This geometric cover page by Alannah (@fontsandfigures) reminds me of origami for some reason.
Love the way this simple but beautiful design turned out!
This lovely lavender cover page by @mlle.en.catimini is another simple but beautiful design!
I like how she has the flowers both above and below September, like a border.
I’m curious how @handlettering.by.lmmg got this cool effect on their September cover page.
It almost looks like they just splattered paint over the page, but it’s a little neater looking than that.
The white spaces probably had washi tape or something similar to protect the page, then were peeled up to reveal the untouched spaces.
Very intriguing cover page design!
This sweet cover page by @cocooning_atmosphere looks easy enough for anyone to try.
Love the grouping of colorful flowers!
Who doesn’t love cacti?
This simple cover page by @unni.plans is part of her cactus theme bullet journal for September.
While it’s simple and looks like we non-artists could copy the design, it’s still striking.
This winking fox by @appartelamarti is just too cute!
From the bow on the top of her head to her saucy wink, this little girl makes a great cover page for September!
Don’t these school supplies by @joellemisschocolate look happy? Love how excited they look to be going back to school!
Very cute September cover page!
Hot Air Balloon
This lovely hot air balloon design by @fairesajulie makes a great cover page!
I’m not sure, but I think the Paulo Coelho quote says “Listen to your heart. It knows all things, because it came from the Soul of the World and it will one day return there.”
For some reason, I think cacti belong to July or August because it’s hotter during those months.
But this cacti cover page by @emmylousbujo totally works for September!
This cute two page spread by @bellemichou is out of this world!
I like how she stuck to a monochrome color palette, and the doodles are super cute. And what a great quote for the month!
A simple cover page by @bullet4journal that’s easy enough for the non-artistic, but still pretty.
I could see doing this every month and just changing the color scheme to mix things up.
Hope you were able to find some ideas and inspiration for your September bullet journal spreads!