One down, eleven to go!
I hope you all had a happy and productive January (start the year as you mean to go on!) but if not, hopefully this post will inspire you to get back on track in February!
Today I’m back with another February Plan With Me. Since I really enjoyed the simplicity and minimalism of last month’s spreads, I stuck with a similarly paired down theme for this month, but a picture’s worth a thousand words so let’s just jump into it (I know that’s why you’re here after all)!
I wanted to do a fairly simple floral theme this month, so to incorporate it into my title page I drew this deer with a flower crown.
This spread makes me so happy, especially as I have fallen in love with the amazing Bonnie-Kate this past month and need more flower crowns in my life!
I don’t know why I even both showing you all this spread anymore, it’s exactly the same thing every single month.
In fact, I’m not even going to go into detail about it because you’ve heard it all before!
A Line A Day
I really enjoyed this spread last month, but I kind of ended up using it as a sort of gratitude log, in February I really want to sort of summarise my day using this spread, but I’ll let you know how I get on.
This spread always ends up looking pretty busy once it’s filled out so I didn’t do any doodles or decoration – simplicity is key!
This relates to a new series on my blog, but there’s a post coming on it really soon so I’m not going to spoil anything here. All you need to know is that I’m hoping this spread will be full of colorful boxes by March 1st!
You may notice that I cut out the beautiful TBR page I trialed last month simply because I’ve been almost exclusively reading uni books and so it didn’t really get used. I do hope to bring it back at some stage, but this just isn’t the time!
And that’s it! Since February is a short and (for me at least) relatively calm month, I don’t have a lot of planning pages going, but I am really happy with how this theme turned out. I’m also loving being back in a bound notebook, I think I’ll be staying in one for a while.
I’d love to see your recreations and ideas over on Instagram and make sure to leave any suggestions or requests in the comments down below.
Until next time, happy planning!