Summer Bullet Journal Themes
If you’re looking for some Bullet Journal theme ideas to try this Summer, I’ve got you covered.
In this blog post, you’ll find several fun and creative Bullet Journal themes you’ll love to try out in your own BuJo this Summer.
Are you looking for ways to bring a burst of sunshine and summer fun into your Bullet Journal? Well, look no further!
Whether you’re an experienced BuJo enthusiast or just getting started, I’ve got some fantastic summer theme ideas that will definitely add vibrancy to your pages.
Get out your markers and washi tape, and let’s get creative with these Bullet Journal themes that will bring plenty of joy during the summer season.
And be sure to scroll until the end to get more ideas and a freebie!
Summer Bullet Journal Themes
Summertime offers so many theme ideas for your Bullet Journal that expressing yourself has never been easier.
From ocean-blue mermaid tails and heat waves to starfish and seashells, arm yourself with stickers, stamps, and washi tape, and use a burst of color to bring your pages to life.
You could draw inspiration from sunny days at the beach or embrace the tropical vibes and bloom with bright flowers.
So let's get into it and let e share a few ideas I found from some incredibly talented creators.
Lemons with their bright yellow colors, seem like a perfect idea for Summer. I also really love the use of kraft paper here; it always adds something special to any page.
Ice cream is an excellent treat for any month, I think. But, of course, it's especially pleasant during the hot Summer months, so why not use it as an idea for a Summer there?
Summer picnics are a great way to spend an afternoon in the Summer, so why not bring this cozy and romantic thing to your Bullet Journal as well?!
An excellent theme for Summer and I love how the author used watercolor for this cover page, it kind of helps to create this fresh feel to it.
I always feel extra adventurous when the weather is hot, and the sun is shining, so it makes perfect sense to me to use travel as a theme for Summer.
Plants are a wonderful theme for any month, and I love how this one has a bit of a tropical feel to it, even though this is obviously a houseplant.
A beautiful take on a wildflower theme, and I must say it look so stunning with the inclusion of the kraft paper. It really created a cozy atmosphere on this page.
This is obviously a beach on this cover but in an abstract style. I'm absolutely here for it! It looks stunning, and as long as you have a ruler and a set of scissors you're good to go with this one.
I can honestly say this theme had nothing to do with Summer, but I really love tea, so I thought why not use it as a theme for my June setup.
This theme is pretty simple, but you can get so creative with the colors and the transition of color here. I absolutely adore that ombre effect on the feathers.
This seems like the most random theme idea ever, but that just proves that anything can be a theme idea. Also, this cover page is stunning, and as always with Natasha, it has a fun pop-up effect to it - if you move the knife to the other side you'll see the vegetables uncut.
Any Disney movie would make a fantastic theme idea for your Summer setup. This incredible cover page definitely managed to convey all the magic and wonder of Tangled.
Summer is not usually the best time for extra makeup since it's way too hot. But it doesn't mean you can't bring your love for makeup to your Bullet Journal pages!
Red, White, and Blue
At first glance, I was tempted to say this is a floral theme, but the creator said it's red, white, and blue, and I definitely see it now. It's the 4th of July but in a floral pattern.
Probably this is not the best way to describe this theme, but I couldn't come up with a different word. It seems pretty minimalist to me. I love that if you take a closer look, you'll see how it's a set of basic shapes. And that half of this cover page is actually a monthly log.
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Of course, it all depends on what kind of theme you’ll be doing and what style you’re creating in your journal.
Nonetheless, it wouldn’t be me if I didn’t recommend something. So here are some of my top picks for Summer themed supplies:
- Fineliners. Always on my list since it’s the best pen for drawing and creating your Bullet Journal pages. I love these ones.
- Markers. If you want to add color, you’ll need those. For bright summer themes, I recommend these ones, and you can do some brush lettering with them as well.
- Ruler. Definitely useful for any page you decide to create. And as a bonus, you could use this stencil ruler to help you play around with different shapes.
- Adhesive. If you decide to get crafty and use kraft paper, you’ll need an adhesive to stick it to your pages. This one is my top choice.
- Kraft paper. If you want to use kraft paper for your Summer pages, I’d recommend getting this notepad. Apart from everything else, it also has a dot grid. And you can get it 10% off with my code MASHA10.
Are you still looking for more theme ideas and SUmmer inspirations for your journal?
I’ve got you covered; check out these posts next:
- Fantastic Summer Bullet Journal Page Ideas
- Summer Bullet Journal Cover Page Ideas
- Bullet Journal Theme Ideas To Try This Summer
And, of course, I didn’t want to leave you without a doodling post so you can actually decorate your Summer themed pages. Check out this one: 15+ Cute And Easy Summer Doodles For Your Bullet Journal.
Free Bullet Journal Printables
Of course, I couldn’t leave you without a freebie! Today’s freebie is a set of printable Bullet Journal cover pages.
It has 12 cover pages for each month of the year, including the three cover pages for Summer. You can already find them in the Resources Vault.
If you don’t have your 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 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 all you need is a printer, a good-quality paper, and, of course, a paper cutter.
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