10 Creative June Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
Never draw the same spread twice, check out these amazing June bullet journal theme ideas! From butterflies to flowers, these June bullet journal themes are going to add so much color and beauty to your planner.
These June bullet journal themes are in no particular order, feel free to scroll down and enjoy the little details on each image. Underneath the spreads, I included the Instagram handle for each artist. Make sure to check out their other unique designs.
Check out my collection of FREE Weekly Spread Templates!
This page contains affiliate links to products I use, love, and highly recommend. I receive a small commission for purchases made through links in the blog post.
10 Amazing June Bullet Journal Themes
Let’s start with some beautiful flowers and a dutch door. This spread by junnisunxiaomei is one of my favorites! The pink and the green create such an elegant style on the page.
The goal of sharing spreads from other artists is to inspire you to create something similar with your own personal touch. Don’t copy the spread word-for-word, instead use spreads to mix and match. Take something from one spread and mix it with another.
How about a minimalist spread by keletters? Grab three markers and one black pen. Start drawing rough drafts of three simple spreads you would like to create on your bullet journal. The highlighters she is using are the Midliners which are very popular in the bullet journal and studygram community.
Have fun creating the spreads and keep it simple. Sometimes too much color or trying to create an elaborate weekly spread takes more time than actually getting your goals done.
If you never know what to draw, go with fruits! These spreads are so colorful and fun to create. I love how the pink background mixes with the floating fruit.
You don’t need to saturate the page with a lot of elements. Bujotrulla did an amazing job adding strawberries to the top and bottom of the page to create a beautiful spread.
Blueberry is another fruit that is easy to draw and is gender-neutral. I know some bullet journal spreads are too girly and pink for some people. I thought this blueberry spread was a perfect way to showcase a simple theme for June.
For my blog’s weekly spreads, I often draw ideas from Instagram. I see other artists’ designs and try to create a unique spread base on the elements I see on Instagram. Never copy another artist’s work, instead draw inspiration from their creation to make something unique and colorful.
You can never go wrong with butterflies! If there is ever a moment in life where you don’t know what to draw, go with a butterfly theme. They are so beautiful and easy to draw.
Love this collection of bullet journal themes for June? Check out these 70+ Bullet Journal Habit Tracker Ideas!
If you search on Google for “how to draw a butterfly”, you will get several images. Choose one or two that you love and start recreating them on a blank page.
Don’t worry if the drawings don’t come out exactly as you had them in mind, this is how you learn how to draw. Over time your drawings will have your own signature style. Repetition is the secret key!
June is all about summer! How about assembling a complex and unique spread with an ocean theme? Check out the unique mermaid/ocean spread junnisunxiaomei created last year. I love the complexity and extravagant technique.
You can never go wrong with flowers or plants! These spreads with hanging plants by bulletwithe are so pretty. You can even choose two or three different shades of green to create a captivating gradient effect on the page.
Staying on the topic of plants, did you know the flowers bujoforstars drew are called Hibiscus? I see them everywhere here in Florida and I had about their history.
The species’ name is called the Rose of China. It is believed to have originated from India and each color has a unique meaning. The yellow hibiscus represents happiness, sunshine, and good luck. The red hibiscus represents love and passion. Pink hibiscus represents friendship.
Another fun and creative spread to draw are cactus! You can draw them in so many different ways and shapes. Choose one color and use different shades of the same color to create a beautiful contrast on the cover page.
Feathers are a little bit more tricky to draw but they look so elegant and beautiful! I love the combination of pink and green. Each feather has a unique design, when you put them together they look so sleek and chic!
I hope this collection full of themes for the month of jusne was inspiring and interesting. I want you to see that there are different ways to create unique spreads for the month of June! Don’t forget to follow and check out each artist’s work. Their Instagram handles are underneath each image.
Did you know you can use your iPad as a digital bullet journal? Yup! Use stickers, printables, and draw on the pages of the planner just like you would in a regular bullet journal. Check out my digital planner to learn more about bullet journaling on the iPad ♡
Other amazing blog posts:
- FREE June Bullet Journal Calendar Printable
- June Digital Planner Layout & Setup
- FREE June Digital Planner Stickers