On this page you will find any FREE printables that I have designed. All printables are in PDF format so you can use them on your digital planner or print them for your bullet journal.
I will be designing primarily weekly and monthly layouts. If I have enough requests for a particular layout, I will definitely add it to the collection. I will also be showcasing how I use these layouts throughout selected months to help inspire new ideas in your bullet journal.
Down The Rabbit hole doodle challenge
Monthly Spending Log
Needing something to track specific expenses, I created this spending log as a quick solution to keep track of my craft budget. I wanted to share this layout with you since we can all use budget reminders!
I finally got around to creating a cleaning schedule so I wanted to create this printable to inspire you to create your own. It’s a one page printable where you can add your own cleaning tasks and schedules. I added some cleaning doodles in the bottom right corner for some fun!
Kanban Board Layout
For 2020, I have created a Kanban Board layout as part of my focus on productivity. I will be balancing my productivity goals with staying creative and colourful in my bullet journal. If you would like to give this layout a try, feel free to download this printable. To learn more about it, you can check out my January Bullet Journal setup blog post.
Self care doodle prompts
As part of February’s love theme, I wanted to include an opportunity to practice some self care. I decided to do so through the monthly doodle challenge. I have created 3 downloads:
- February Doodle Challenge with prompts (meaning the month “February” is included on the printable)
- February Doodle Challenge blank (this is blank to allow you the opportunity to doodle your own self care prompts)
- Self Care Doodle Challenge (generic self care grid and blank prompts for creating a collection)
Feel free to download the most appropriate layout for your needs. If you create your own prompts, please share them with me by tagging @natashamiller_creates on Instagram so that I can see how you’re using the layout and maybe get some ideas to incorporate into my routine.
Rapid Logging Layout 1
This weekly layout is a simple, clean layout ready for your personal touch. Try out the Alastair method or cover it up with some washi to make it work for you. This is probably my favourite layout I have tied to date and I hope you use it and like it too.
January Doodle Challenge
For 2020, I have created a Kanban Board layout as part of my focus on productivity. I will be balancing my productivity goals with staying creative and colourful in my bullet journal. If you would like to give this layout a try, feel free to download this printable.
Weekly Horizontal Layout
A simple but fun weekly layout for you to use. It is functional but allows the opportunity to add some creative flair. I will be using this layout for all of my weekly spreads for November 2019. For more information on my setup, you can check out my November Bullet Journal Setup blog post.
Fall Doodle Layout
I created a quick and simple grid layout for a doodle challenge. I’ll be using the prompts provided in the file through November 2019 to practice drawing and get back into a daily drawing habit. Please feel free to join in and tag me @Natashamiller_creates on Instagram.
HOLIDAY DOODLE LAYOUT
Following the fall doodle grid, I created another layout for a holiday doodle challenge. They include prompts I’ll be using through December 2019 to keep up my drawing practice. Please feel free to join in and tag me @Natashamiller_creates on Instagram.