2021 Calendar Printables

Some washi tape came with small strips.
I’ve been using them to decorate like this!

As we wait for this year to finally be over, why not prepare your bullet journal for 2021? Here are some free printables I created with all the months of 2021, for those who don’t have the time or energy to write it by hand!

As I shared before, my bullet journal lasts the 12 months, but I prefer to start in July and end in June of the following year. As a student, I utilize my summer free time to journal prep. When setting up my Future Log–which goes into 2021–I opt to print these mini calendars. I like the clean look! It’s also easy to dress up with thin washi strips.

There are two versions: one with a 2 square-inch border when printed at 100% scale, and the other without borders. The borders are meant to be decorative or help you keep a straight line when cutting them out. The version with no borders is available for those who prefer them without.

Click on the links below to download Bullet Journal 2021 Calendars

Download 2021 Calendar with no Borders
Download 2021 Calendar with 2″ Borders

Please note that they go from the top-down! The leftmost row starts at January and the bottom-left is April, so on and so forth.

These free printables are for personal use only. See the example on the right for the approximate size (it’s an example from 2019, but it is the exact same font and formatting!) Let me know if you’re using these in the comments below, or if you have other ideas for Printables you would like to see.

I usually share and look for bujo inspiration on the Bullet Journal Junkies Facebook group. If you’re a member, you may not see me but I’m there! ( ´ ▽ ` )ノ

Thanks for visiting my blog and your interest in these free printables I’ve made. Have a good day, and hang in there! 2020 is almost over ~ ☂︎

For my 2020-2021 bullet journal, I’m using Tumbitri Meri; this brand is a small, woman-owned business in Australia.
The pages are 160 GSM, bright white, dotted, and numbered! It also comes with a 4-page index and 3 bookmarks.

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