July. It's the middle of the summer and that usually means lots of great things! Picnics, parties, pools, vacations, camping, fresh fruit, beaches, Independence Day, fireworks, and parades. There are so many things to love about July!
Think of your favorite things that happen in July and decorate your bullet journal around those things.
Need some inspiration? Check out these 12 Fun and Festive Bujo Pages for July!
Simply_mini created a pretty July bullet journal cover page with a wreath of blueberries.
Kick of the month with a celebration! lyssalouboley created a bold July calendar page full of stars, stripes, and fireworks colored in a red, white, and blue theme.
Lifeislikeabullet had summer travel plans on her brain when she created this adventure inspired July cover page. A micron pen was used to create all of the drawing then colored in with bright green markers.
Lazy daisies of summer! Booksbydylan created a fun calendar page for July that is covered with daisies.
mirandawritess starts July with a bullet journal page featuring lots of botanicals. Washi tape at the top and bottom frame the edges.
Legopiemaker created a polaroid drawing with a beach boardwalk scene. Simple, yet so pretty!
Easybreezybujo made her July cover page full of summertime fun! A life preserver acts as a wreath around the word july. The lettering is colored in to look like ocean waves.
She decorated all around the preserver with fun beachy doodles including: flip flops, scuba mask, seashells, sand pail, ice cream cone, sunscreen, watermelon, lemon, starfish, lemonade, bikini, and beachball. So adorable!
Fireworks take center stage on this July calendar page by Jacquelinemwheeler. This fun and quick to create page is a great way to kick off the month. PS. I also love the white stars that are a bit hard to see.
Colorfullyenthused used this page to create a June month in review spread as well as a spot to record upcoming events for July.
Stars and stripes forever! Mandyraesbujo celebrates Independence Day with a red, white, and blue July calendar page with added columns for goals and tasks.
How will you celebrate July in your bullet journal? Are you going to stick with your regular layout or try something different? Let me know in the comments below!