13 July Bullet Journal Themes To Try This Year

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If you’re looking for Bullet Journal theme ideas for July that are as refreshing as a summer breeze, you’re in the right place.

If you’re anything like me, you know that flipping to a new month in your Bullet Journal isn’t just about planning your days; it’s about setting a new stage for your thoughts, dreams, and daily adventures. And what better way to do that than with a fresh, exciting theme that captures the essence of July?

In this post, I’m thrilled to share some fantastic theme ideas that will transform your Bullet Journal into a vibrant canvas, reflecting all the joy and vibrancy this month has to offer. Grab your markers and washi tape; it’s time to get creative and find your perfect theme idea for this month!

When you bring themes into your Bullet Journal, it’s like opening a door to a world where your creativity knows no bounds. Think of your Bullet Journal as your personal canvas; each month, you get to paint a new picture that reflects your thoughts, feelings, and interests of that time.

Using themes is not just about making your planner look pretty (though, let’s be honest, flipping open your journal to find a beautifully curated page does bring a special kind of joy). It’s about expressing who you are and allowing your unique creativity to flow freely.

But here’s the cherry on top: immersing yourself in crafting these themed pages is a fantastic way to unplug from the digital world and dedicate some well-deserved time to yourself. In today’s fast-paced environment, we seldom give ourselves permission to just be. Sitting down with your Bullet Journal, selecting colors, doodling, and mapping out your theme gives you that space. It’s almost meditative, really.

Plus, the satisfaction of looking at a planner you’ve poured your heart and effort into—there’s nothing quite like it. This labor of love transforms your Bullet Journal from a mere organizational tool into something much more meaningful.

Each time you browse through your pages, not only do you get to admire your handiwork, but you’re also reminded of your goals, plans, and dreams, all neatly nestled within themes that resonate with your soul.

Incorporating themes into your Bullet Journal turns everyday planning into an enjoyable, creative, and deeply personal endeavor. It’s not just about keeping track of your to-dos; it’s about celebrating life, one beautifully themed page at a time.

And remember, there’s no right or wrong way to do it. Whether your themes are inspired by seasons, holidays, favorite books, or personal milestones, what truly matters is that they speak to you.

To help you on this journey, I’ve created some FREE p[rintables that you can use right away to add a theme to your Bullet Journal, so be sure to scroll until the end to get them.

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Stationery Recommendations

Of course, there is no theme if you don’t have your supplies! Of course, you can create stunning themes with just one black pen or some markers stolen from your kids.

But if you feel like you want some goodies for yourself, here are my recommendations:

  • Fineliners. These are the basis for every Bullet Journal page and your faithful companions in the world of journaling. My top recommendation is the Sakura Pigma Micron, which also comes in different nib sizes, allowing for a variety of line thicknesses.
  • Brush pens. Brush pens are perfect for adding brush lettering to your Bullet Journal pages, drawing, or even adding color. I would recommend the Tombow Fude brush pen for a smaller brush tip and the Tombow Dual Brush for a larger brush tip and significantly more colors.
  • Stencils. Stencils are a great way to add decorative or functional elements to your Bullet Journal pages quickly. And unlike stickers, stencils are reusable. For Spring-themed pages, I think you would love these beautiful floral stencils.
  • Markers. These are a must-have if you’re a fan of colorful pages. The choice of these depends on the colors you like. My favorites are Zebra Mildliner and Tombow Twin Tone.

Now that we have all your supplies prepared let’s dive in and pick your next Bullet Journal theme.

July Bullet Journal Themes

Before we look into these incredible themes, I want to be clear about something - you can choose any theme you like! Just because it's a Summer month on half the Earth doesn't mean you have to do a beach theme.

Inspiration for your Bullet Journal theme can come from anywhere, and since this is your journal, you get to choose what theme to use.

However, here are a few ideas, and you can try these themes, or maybe they will inspire you to create something unique to you.

Free Printable Bullet Journal Pages

As I’ve mentioned, there are some freebies to help you create a unique theme in your Bullet Journal. In Resources Vault, you can find 12 FREE printable Bullet Journal pages for every month of the year, including July.

If you don’t have access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.

Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.

If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.

It’s pretty basic, and you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.

More Resources

Haven’t found your perfect idea yet? No worries, I’ve got you covered with plenty more ideas.

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>>> What theme do you want to try this July? Share with us in the comments!

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