In this blog post, I gathered several Summer Bullet Journal ideas to make sure this season you have all the fun with your BuJo.
A Bullet Journal is an amazing way to stay organized, keep track of projects or tasks, set personal goals, and create beautiful art as you go. With just a little bit of planning and creativity, anyone can design their own unique layout that helps track whatever it is they need to do throughout the long days of summer.
There’s an endless variety of ideas you could use in your Bullet Journal this summer! Read on to find inspiration and tips for designing your perfect seasonal spread.
Let’s make it the best summer for your Bullet Journal with these ideas and inspirations.
From theme ideas to fun pages to try this season, you’ll definitely find something that will spark your imagination!
And be sure to scroll until the end to get some more resources and a free Bullet Journal printable.
Summer Bullet Journal Ideas
Cover pages, doodles, bucket lists, and more! Make sure you don't just have an amazing summer but also have a wonderful time with your Bullet Journal.
Summer is a bright and happy season, so I decided to do the same with my bucket list. I didn't need to use two pages, but having a larger journal (this one is B6) really helped to fit all the amazing activities.
If you want some adventure but can't afford a full-on vacation? You can always do a small staycation, so it's a fun page to include in your Summer BuJo spread.
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Of course, I wanted to leave you with some stationery recommendations if you want to recreate these pages in your Bullet Journal.
You can definitely use anything you already have, but if you’re looking for more, I’d recommend starting here:
Fineliners. You’ll need them to create all the pages, and they are especially great for doodling and drawing. I recommend trying Sakura Pigma Micron.
Markers. In case you want to add some color, you’ll need some. I recommend starting with Crayola Super Tips since they come in so many colors and are pretty affordable. My second choice would probably be these Tombow Dual Brush Pens.
Stencils. If you want to speed up the process, you can always try out these planner stencils, which have a lot of planning elements, as well as some decorative elements. Using this, you can create pretty and decorative pages in no time.