Can you believe it’s almost June? This year has been a rollercoaster ride so far and June came unexpectedly quick! Since it’s just a few days left in May, now is the perfect time to start working on your June Bullet journal and I bring you some cool and easy ideas for your June Bullet journal theme.
June is my birthday month so I included some birthday ideas too, but they can also work as a cool cover pages regardless of your birthday.
This list includes June Bullet journal theme ideas that are very simple to make, don’t require any special equipment, and look amazing!
So here we go!
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June is known as an LGBT Pride month – it was chosen to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred in June 1960. – and is important for the members of the community who seek to be recognized as equals and want equality for all. What came to mind while thinking about what to write about this June Bullet journal theme is the song by Jackie DeShannon: “What the world needs now is love, sweet love, it’s the only thing that there’s just too little of. What the world needs now is love, sweet love, no not just for some but for everyone.”
Geometric color block
This is a very simple and simply beautiful idea for a Bullet journal theme. I have always loved everything geometrical because it’s super simple to make and there is no wrong way of doing it. Just add a touch of color and some pattern and you have a perfect cover page.
The idea for this June Bullet journal theme was making waves in a zentangle style (zentangle is a nicer way of saying doodling because it is more focused and patterned than doodles). Well, this cover page looks less like waves and more like some wall of bubbles but I think it looks cute nevertheless. And the glitter gel pen added that extra touch it needed 🙂
Here comes the sun
Summer is almost here so it was inevitable that I make something “summer-y”. And what says more summer than the sun itself? The idea was to make the most simple summer sun cover page so here it is – a big warm sun and a little cool wave.
I must say that I can’t wait for the hot summer days to indulge in some ice-cream! So here is a cute idea for your June Bullet journal theme if you’re an ice-cream fan like me 🙂 It’s really simple to make and you can decorate the ice-creams in any way you want – just choose your favorite toppings 🙂
Did I mention that June is my birthday month? Of course I did 🙂 And for my birthday cover page I decided to go with a bunch of balloons, drawn on a birthday card – or that’s the way it’s supposed to look like 🙂 Balloons are simple and very fun to make and you can choose any color combination you want to make it your own.
My list of ideas for a Bullet journal theme simply can’t go without some Art Deco. Well, the twenties are still roaring so it’s a must to include some twenties style. I just recently discovered my love for Art Deco so I think these beautiful and simple gold lines can work perfectly always.
The idea for this June Bullet journal theme actually came from the page Art is Basic where you can learn how to make watercolor flower doodles. I didn’t use watercolors, only basic brush pens. I know it’s not visible at first, but my idea was to use different shades of pink as my color splashes. Unfortunately, it’s not as distinct difference between the shades as I hoped it would be. But you can use any colors you want and doodling flowers is an endless source of options so you can have fun while making it.
I’ve been waiting for June to finally arrive so I can include some sunflowers as an idea for the June Bullet journal. It’s probably because they are so much like the sun and the sun shines brighter in June so here they are finally.
Since I was born in the eighties it was only logical to mark my birthday month in my Bullet journal with an eighties style. This is a super simple and playful design for a Bullet journal – it’s colorful, fun, and super simple to make. And you don’t have to be born in the eighties to use this idea in your June Bullet journal – it looks like a great idea for an August or September theme, well, or any other month, for that matter.
So, how do you like my ideas for the June Bullet journal theme? If I have helped you with choosing a theme for this month share it with me in the comments or use a #monthlyuglyjournal on Instagram.
List of supplies I used:
- Rotring Tikky mechanical pencil – for drawing the first sketch
- Uni Pin fineliner drawing pen 0.1 and 0.5 – for drawing it all out
- Tombow Fudenosuke calligraphy pen – for lettering
- Calli.Brush double-tip pens – for drawing in color
- Staedler colored pencils – for softer coloring
- Glitter gel pens – for the spark!