Today you’re going to see the most magical bullet journal Harry Potter spreads.
Indeed, here I gathered the best Harry Potter bullet journal ideas every fan will love to create.
So if you want to discover Harry Potter bullet journal inspiration for:
Harry Potter doodle tutorials step by step
Then keep scrolling!
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The Best Hogwarts Layout Ideas
First and foremost as every Harry Potter stan, I have to ask you.
Do you tend to be cunning as Slytherins? Or do you belong rather to the courage and bravery Gryffindor house?
Obviously, no matter what is your favorite Hogwarts house, you should create a Harry Potter-themed journal.
Firstly, choose your color palette (red, green, yellow, blue).
Secondly, add some Harry Potter lettering style.
Last but not least, make cute bullet journal doodles like glasses, magic wands, brooms, and elixirs.
On the other hand, if you don’t want to be so literal with your Potter-style journal pages, create a theme inspired by Harry Potter.
For example, I put a kind of fashion illustration with back-to-school outfits inspired by Harry Potter for my September bullet journal pages.
Indeed, I really wanted to avoid Harry Potter doodles like broomsticks, spells, and glasses.
Harry Potter Journal for September
First of all, my September bullet journal cover page included a simple, double border with bold lettering and a fashion figure.
In this case, the fashion figure was wearing a Gryffindor hoodie with a grey, neutral t-shirt, jeans, and sneakers.
Unquestionably, the most crucial part of the outfit was a bag with all Hogwarts houses’ colors.
Secondly, I created Hogwarts monthly layouts with a simple, vertical calendar, lettering with Gryffindor colors, and blank spaces for notes and to-do lists.
Also, I wanted to stick with the theme.
With this in mind, I drew two fashion figures with Hufflepuff and Slytherin outfits.
Finally, I put together the September weekly spread.
Definitely, you can say based on the colors I chose that I’m a Gryffindor girl.
Not only I used its’ color palette but also I drew a part of a school uniform and a scarf.
At last, it was almost Fall.
Bullet Journal Harry Potter Inspiration
First and foremost, let's start with this bullet journal example of a Harry Potter-themed cover page.
The focal point of this bujo cover is a Sorting Hat that determined which of the four school Houses is the most suitable for new students.
In this case, a sorting hat was created with watercolors, in a monochromatic color palette with a few purple tones.
Definitely, this November bullet journal cover page, inspired by a sorting hat, is magical.
On the other hand, you may want to create a bujo cover with Hedwig - Harry Potter's pet snowy owl.
Also, I love the set of hand-drawn urban building doodles.
In general, the entire August Hedwig-inspired bujo cover is like a movie scene.
Another example of the August planner hello page is this one with a golden snitch.
Undoubtedly, it's one of the most popular symbols of the Harry Potter series.
By the way, there's even a try to make the Quidditch game a real-life sport.
Here's another example of the Quidditch theme monthly spread for Noevember.
In this case, the bujo page includes a mini calendar and a monthly to-do list.
All elements are maintained in a Quidditch theme.
Also, you can draw the main character as part of your monthly cover.
Indeed, this July Harry Potter character page includes simple HP drawing in a kind of anime style.
Although it doesn't have facial features like nose and mouth, you know immediately who the character is.
Along with amazing Harry Potter-themed drawings, feel free to add more practical elements to your bullet journal cover.
For example, you can create a monthly calendar with important dates and a growth tracker.
Although this July Harry Potter bullet journal-themed cover page with a monthly calendar is practical, the entire spread didn't lose any character.
Every element like titles, numbers, borders is kept in a Harry Potter style.
Similarly, here you can see another black and white Hogwarts bullet journal cover page.
This time it's more minimalistic with round shapes and simpler doodles.
However, if you look at this notebook cover from a distance, you'll notice Harry Potter glasses.
What a brilliant idea!
In the same way, an author created this bullet journal Harry Potter April monthly spread.
Additionally, you can see an amazing masterpiece art of Dobby below a minimalist bullet journal monthly calendar.
In addition, here another black and white journal cover page.
This time September Harry Potter bullet journal cover page includes such Harry Potter elements as Quidditch, Hogwarts, and characteristic footsteps.
Differing from the previous planner page, this bujo first page is definitely more colorful.
Because it's a monthly Hogwarts-inspired cover page, there're all Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff colors: red, green, blue, and yellow.
Also, the title was written in a characteristic font.
On the other hand, I love how creative this August monthly bujo spread is.
Firstly, the Harry Potter magic wand is a monthly timeline.
Secondly, it's a watercolor illustration.
Thirdly, a bullet journal heading is gold.
Definitely, it's my favorite Harry Potter bullet journal monthly layout.
Another gold blue Harry Potter example is this creative bujo weekly spread.
Characteristic borders, HP-themed bullet journal dates, and a broom as a bujo heading - all these three elements keep the weekly layout in a theme.
Alternatively, you can keep your Harry Potter weekly spread more casual.
By adding doodles (scarfs, broom, glasses, envelope, wand) you can simply create a magical weekly planner page without being artsy.
On the other hand, feel free to focus on one element.
For example, you can choose a Hufflepuff house theme and implement its colors as the main color palette.
However, if you're an artistic type of bullet journalist, here's a great example of a watercolor bullet journal weekly spread.
This weekly log includes artsy borders, a sorting hat with a broom drawing, and a ribbon banner with a Harry Potter quote.
So let's move to some Harry Potter-themed collections.
Here you see an Instagram tracker, where each of the milestones is represented by an envelope.
Also, it includes a drawing of Hedwig.
Another example of a Harry Potter-themed bullet journal collection is an expense tracker.
It shows that even the rather boring budget pages can be real fun executed.
Apart from this, the house points habit tracker is one of the most creative bujo pages I've ever seen.
It's so genius to track your new good habits in so funny way.
Basically, you use house points to stay on track and keep yourself motivated.
Besides a habit tracker, you can also track your daily mood with a Harry Potter mood tracker.
Doodling potion bottles and fill them with different shades of purples. according to the specific mood is a great idea for a bullet journal mood tracker.
Also, a great way to level up your monthly bullet journal setup is by adding quotes.
Undoubtedly, the Harry Potter series is full of inspirational, magical quotes you can choose from.
In this case, it's said "we all have magic inside us".
And I couldn't agree more.
In the same way, here you can see a bullet journal weekly layout with a quote.
This time is a Sirius Black quotes:
"We both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That's who we really are."
Last but not least, let's talk about Harry Potter cute doodles.
Definitely, these step-by-step doodle tutorials will help you to decorate your Harry Potter-themed bujo setup.
This tutorial includes elements like a scarf, flying key, owl, potion, snitch, butterbeer.
Alternatively, here's another way to doodle a potion bottle, flying key.
However, you can learn how to draw a golden snitch and a ribbon banner.
Last but not least, for all Slytherin's fans, here you can learn how to doodle a Hogwarts houses badge.
If you’re an artistic soul that loves spending all your free time, creating an amazing bullet journal monthly cover page, get inspired by these Harry Potter journal themes.
From the Golden Snitch to Hogwarts houses, your bullet journal’s first monthly page will look magical.
Also, the bujo monthly spread is the most important page to make.
At least, for me.
With this in mind, create a glance spread for your entire month and decorate it with wizard designs like Harry’s wand or fancy lettering.
As a rule, planning your whole week ahead is so helpful when it comes to life organization.
However, planning doesn’t have to be boring.
Especially with the Harry Potter theme!
Basically, all you have to do is to decorate your weekly layout with doodles like magic kettles, Sorting Hat, or broomsticks.
Also, you can be so creative with bullet journal collections.
Indeed, why don’t you design a mood tracker with letters doodles, and (obviously) Hedwig?
When it comes to habit trackers, I love the theme of the hourglasses of Hogwarts Houses.
Although you have to limit yourself to four, it’s worth creating it.
Besides, less means more.
Maybe it’s time to pick the most important ones.
Last but not least, I have to mention the fact that some of us (me!) aren’t very artistic.
Obviously, you can find many Harry Potter art ideas online.
But there is still an easy way to add some cute drawings to your bullet journal pages.
For this reason, below I put some examples of simple Harry Potter art ideas.
Along with this, some awesome Harry potter step-by-step tutorials you can find
here and here.
Harry Potter Freebies
free bullet journal template from The Cottage Market
Generally, sometimes all you want is to save you valuable time and energy.
In this case,
free bullet journal printables seem to be a perfect option for you.
For example, the Harry Potter-themed ones you can find
here and here.
Bullet Journal Harry Potter – Final Thoughts
Definitely, Harry Potter is one of the most famous young wizards.
Because having many cute characters, amazing themes, and concepts, it’s one of the most popular bullet journal themes.
In particular in the fall months.
To sum up, I hope you get inspired and your next bullet journal monthly layouts include Hedwig, Hogwarts houses badges, or your very own creative Harry Potter design ideas.
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