Hello again! September saw an incredible week of purple bullet journal layout ideas! Its been an interesting week in the Instagram realm with our followers not seeing many of our posts which is always disappointing to see.
If you want to see more of our purple themed spreads from previous months, you can head over here
Specifically here are another 10 amazing purple spreads!
Video Snippet of our 17 purple bullet journal layouts
Lets talk about some purple facts!
I didn’t know to much about purple when starting out this post, but was happy to learn quite a bit more about the royal color.
The color purple is associated with Purple combines the calm stability of blue and the fierce energy of red. The color purple is often associated with royalty, nobility, luxury, power, and ambition. Purple also represents meanings of wealth, extravagance, creativity, wisdom, dignity, grandeur, devotion, peace, pride, mystery, independence, and magic.
It’s not true that there’s no word rhyming with purple: there’s curple (a strap on a horse’s saddle), hirple (walk with a limp) and turple (to fall over).
Carrots were once purple, red, white or yellow. Orange carrots were bred by the Dutch in the 16th century to honour the royal House of Orange.
The Archbishop of Cyprus is traditionally allowed to sign official papers in purple ink.\
The film The Color Purple (1985) received 11 Oscar nominations without winning a single award.
Purple Rain (1984) won the only Oscar for which it was nominated: best original song score.
The colour purple originally came from a dye made from mucus glands of a tropical sea snail. The snail is known as the murex but its Latin name was purpura, which gave us the word purple.