6 Bullet Journal Page Ideas With Handmade Dorset

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I have really enjoyed bullet journaling lately. There are so many useful pages that you can include in your journal to keep organised and stay on track. Handmade Dorset has kindly sent me some planner stickers to play with to bring you 6 bullet journal page ideas! These are really helpful pages that anyone can create! They will keep you organised, and look Pinterest worthy! Let's get creative!

This page shows a calendar for July. There are boxes for each day with ping highlight over the date to make it brighter. July is written in calligraphy at the top left corner. There are bee stickers dotted around.

What do I need to Bullet Journal? 


I thought I would list off all the things I used for these pages, so you can recreate them as you please! Handmade Dorset creates a range of stationery and cards for you to choose from. I love their quirky designs and how affordable everything it is. All their products are of high quality and well worth the price. They also make their products out of recycled or recyclable material, so you'll be doing the planet some good too!

Here is everything I used for these pages!


The image shows a collection of coloured planner stickers that I have used in my bullet journal.

Monthly Planner


I love planning out my months. It is really fun to do, and I always find that it comes in handy. For my monthly planner, I used two pages of my bullet journal. Each page has 4 boxes by 5, to make a box for each day of the month and have some leftover! I wrote the dates in the top left corner and highlighted across the top using a pink highlighter. I used my Handmade Dorset bee stickers to decorate around the edges. The bee stickers looked really cute and came in multiple sizes. They stuck really well, and I haven't had any issues with them! This page looks really sweet, and will help to give me a monthly overview!

Weekly Planner


For this bullet journal page, I used 2 pages. I split each one into 4 boxes that went down the page. I coloured the sides of each box with my pink highlighter as I wanted to keep a theme. I then used Handmade Dorset's weekly washi tape to title each of the boxes. I can't do calligraphy very well, so this was the perfect alternative. The background of the tape is quite clear, so it looks like I wrote it myself! For the 8th box, I used the words "This Week", that was on the roll of tape. I will use that for any notes or scribbles I need to make! I added another bee to the page, and a rainbow sticker to finish it off. This is my favourite page out of all of them!

The image shows 4 large boxes on each page with a day of the week in each corner. This is a weekly planner page spread decorated with rainbow stickers and bees.

Steps Tracker


Handmade Dorset has these really cute steps stickers! They are little feet that are divided into 10, one slice represents 1000 steps! They make for a really fun way to track your steps. I decided to use them on a beach-themed page, walking along the sand. I drew the sea and coloured it in. I also coloured in the sand. I think this page is really sweet and effective for tracking your steps. If I was to do it again, I would use watercolour to paint the sea and sand to make it look better, but for a first attempt, it looks quite good!

Shopping List


I have a lot of things that I need to purchase and things that I would like. This is a really simple page to do but can help you keep track of things you need to purchase. I used the washi tape again, as, after the days of the week, there is the word "shopping". I stuck this at the top of my page and drew a box around it. Once again, I used my pink highlighter to colour around the box. I drew wiggly boxes where I saw fit, making them different sizes. I think that it actually looks really good, despite it being a little messy. I wrote the title in each of the boxes and used my highlighter to colour in the title. I used an orange highlighter to colour down the right side of the box! This page is really simple but very helpful to have!

The page shows lots of wiggly textboxes, each for a different category of shopping. It's decorated with an isolation mug sticker from Handmade Dorset

Water Tracker 


This page didn't turn out as well as I had hoped, but it gets the point across. I tend to not drink enough. Handmade Dorset makes waterbottle planner stickers that you can colour in for each glass of water you drink! I decided to draw a table. I put 6 glasses of water across the bottom and the days of the month along the left-hand side. I used the water bottle stickers to decorate the page, but you could find a way to make a tracker that solely uses the water bottles! This would be my least favourite page, but I really love the water bottle stickers. They are adorable and would be really helpful for tracking how much you drink!

Mood Tracker


The last page I created was a mood tracker! Handmade Dorset has these sweet plant stickers, which I stuck in the right-hand corner of the page. I then copied the plant and left a key at the top for reference. I decided to stick with plant colours, so used different shades of green for my moods. On each leaf, I wrote a number for each day of the month. This turned out really well, and I like how the finished page looked. I tried to copy out the plant as much as I could, and I am quite proud of the finished product! It would make for a unique mood tracker for the month!

A collection of all the sticker sheets and tape that I used for the bullet journal project!

Thank you to Handmade Dorset for sending me these lovely stickers to play with! I loved trying out new pages, and am happy with how they turned out. I think that stickers are a great thing to use in your bullet journals. If you're looking for high quality, quirky stickers, Handmade Dorset has others to choose from along with cards and stationery! Do you bullet journal? Let me know what your favourite spread idea was!


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19 comments

  1. I love bullet journalling and those stickers look gorgeous. I always enjoy seeing what other people do with their designs.

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    1. They are super cute! Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

      Em x

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  2. I love seeing people's bullet journals - they are so creative. These stickers look great as I used to find that, although I loved being creative in my bullet journal, it was just so time consuming - so these stickers would be really useful to be able to create beautiful pages without it taking too long.

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    1. They were really helpful and actually inspired a few of the pages. I struggle with ideas sometimes so they definitely helped! Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

      Em x

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  3. Those look great. They look like the kind of thing that would be ideal for my teenage daughter, especially things like the water stickers.

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    1. They are super cute, I'm sure she'd love them! Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

      Em x

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  4. I love those stickers! They look like they'd be perfect bullet journals! I used to be really into bullet journaling and would have loved a weekly setup like yours!

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    1. Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

      Em x

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  5. I love these stickers! I started bullet journaling a couple of years ago, but I slacked off recently. I really want to get back into it.

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    1. They are very cute! I hope you get back into it :) Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

      Em x

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  6. I definitely think I'd need stickers and things to decorate my bullet journal because I'm so un-crafty haha! I'd love to get into bullet journaling one day though x

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    1. Aw i'm sure yours would look amazing! I think the stickers really add something! Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

      Em x

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  7. I need to work more on my bullet journal, this really inspires me to do so! Thank you so much for the post!

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    1. Good luck! Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

      Em x

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  8. I love bullet journals! They are great and you can do so much with them, given that you are the boss of the book hehe. I like how you laid out the weekly planner! I always like seeing how people get crafty with their trackers. Love that you incorporate stickers too. Thanks for sharing these cute ideas!

    Nancy ✨ exquisitely.me

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    1. Definitely! I love how much creative freedom you get with it! I thought the stickers really added something to the pages and I love how it turned out! Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

      Em x

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  9. Mine goes from August-July so I’m in the middle of designing my new diary now! Thanks for the inspiration

    Viki - www.ohsoviki.com

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  10. Love those stickers! Your handwriting is super cute too. I need to get back into bullet journalling.

    Emily | Snippets of Em xx

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