Continuing from last month, I decided to create a similar post for June as well. In this post I'll show you the 3 layouts I’m using for my weekly spreads in my bullet journal for June, and how I decorated them.
I tend to have 3-4 layouts for my weekly spreads which I rotate during the month. And of course I try to make them more interesting by decorating them according to that month’s theme. For June the theme is Photos and Summer memories.
This is the first weekly spread for June, and you can find exactly how I created it in my monthly plan with me video.
This is the second weekly spread for June. It is a layout that is inspired by @penpapersoul⠀on Instagram. I continue the theme with the pictures, the ice-creams and all that.
I deliberately chose pastel colours that are completely different from what you'd usually use to colour all these doodles.
You can find all the supplies I used at the end of this post.
For the third weekly spread I chose again a vertical layout with all these hanging signs and pictures. And as you should know by now, I love to add some accent coloured lines in my spreads. I like the effect they give with minimum effort.
As you can see my doodles are quite raw and far from perfect. And that is the look I wanted to go with. I wanted to show you that you can do something cute and fun without it being a masterpiece. You should create things in your journal that you enjoy and feel fun.
The last spread of the month was inspired again by the lovely @momruncraft on Instagram. I have to say that this is one of my most favourite layouts. I like that it separates your to-do list in categories. And of course you can add any category you want. I added: work, personal and meals.
I particularly enjoy writing in the section of the happy daily thought. It's nice to start with something positive each day
So, these are the last 3 weekly layouts for June. I hope you liked this post and that you found some inspiration for your own weekly layouts. If you liked the theme and you'd like to recreate it, please send me some pictures. I'd love to see your pages!! You can always contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org