12 Galaxy and Space Themed Bullet Journal Spreads That Are Out Of This World
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Need some out of this world inspiration for your next bullet journal spread? Here are 12 Space and Galaxy Themed Bullet Journal Spreads that are sure to wow you.
As a child, I had a fascination with Galaxies and Space. Just the concept of space is incredible. How can it be so big?! Our minds can’t even process that properly.
Did you know, a small galaxy is one that has less than a billion stars. A Billion. How many stars does a medium galaxy then have? It’s just so… vast.
I have a bit of an existential life crisis every time I think about space, but here are some fun facts to get you thinking just how small we really are:
- Astronomers now estimate that there are 100 billion galaxies in the observable universe.
- Supermassive black holes are believed to sit at the center of most galaxies.
- If galaxies were shrunk to the size of apples, neighboring galaxies would only be a few meters apart. The relative proximity of galaxies means that galaxies occasionally merge.
- There are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on all the beaches on Earth.
- The universe has no center and is constantly expanding (getting bigger) every second – making it impossible to reach the edge
Isn’t that just awe-inspiring?! Just humbles you to know how tiny we really are.
Now, when creating these beautiful spreads you’ll need…..
Before we dive right in, I want to mention the tools I have found and use for Bullet Journaling. If you’re just starting out on your BuJo journey, these are the tools I wish I had purchased at the beginning instead of overpriced books and markers that ‘professional bullet journal-ers’ recommended me.
- I use this journal, which is a dupe to the cult-favorite Leuchtturm1917. The only difference is the pages aren’t numbered. No biggie.
- This is the black pen I use for writing in my dailies and such.
- I get these colorful markers for decorating.
- Metal Stencils to help me decorate and design my journal. They come with a little carry case and ruler.
That’s it. And to be completely transparent, I only use the markers and stencils a couple of times a month, when I set up new pages, or am bored and want to decorate. The bread and butter of a bullet journal is simply a pen and a notebook you carry with you regularly. Don’t get too crazy in the beginning as you figure out what pages do and don’t work for you.
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Now, what you came for…
Dailies with the Phases of The Moon
This is a good way to get your toe wet. If the idea of drawing up intricate galaxies and constellations intimidates you in any way, just start simple with the phases of the moon in your dailies.
This Beautiful Galaxy In A Bottle
Use this Tombow Lilac Pen to get this awesome effect in your own bullet journal. You can invest in the full set, but I like to buy them individually depending on my needs.
This Lovely Spread That’ll Remind You To Shoot For The Moon
Another one from this lovely Bujo-er
Planetary Weeklies That Are Oh-So-Pretty
This Beautiful Constellation That’s Just On Another Level
Intricate and Beautiful
The best thing about these type of spreads is you don’t need much, just a simple micron pen and you can doodle on the go.