With the July getting closer, I thought it would be fun to share a roundup of bullet journal spreads for the month of July.
I have to say that I really enjoyed putting together this collection of July spreads. My husband is a Veteran and seeing the patriotic spreads brought back fun memories of the Fourth of July celebrations that would take place on the Army base.
Every year we would enjoy the carnival, and a really beautiful fireworks show at the end of the night that featured a live band. Now that he’s a Veteran, we no longer partake in the Fourth of July activities on the Army base, and now typically do our celebrating at home.
This roundup doesn’t only include Fourth of July spreads though. You’ll find a wide variety of July cover pages that are sure to inspire you.
Fun Fact: Did you know that the Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks show is the largest Independence Day fireworks display in the United States?
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Bullet Journal Cover Page Ideas for July
Check out these 28+ bullet journal cover page ideas for July.
Fruit in Mason Jar
This simple cover page features what looks to be pink lemonade with an assortment of fruit such as strawberries, lemons, limes, oranges and pomegranate seeds.
Lemons and Leaves
This July cover page is visually stunning. The colors used for the lemons is a beautiful bright yellow. The gradient added to the “July” text helps the title stand out in a subtle way.
How cute is the addition of the s’more to the Happy July cover page? I’m one of those people that love dessert doodles, so this is right up my alley.
Butterflies are one of my favorite things to draw. I actually have a butterfly in my logo because I love them so much. For the month of July, I think it would be nice to use summer colors such as pinks and purples.
Lighthouse and Ocean
This design is absolutely stunning. I’m not sure if I could recreate something as beautiful as this, but with some practice, perhaps I could do something similar. This cover page is really a piece of art.
This cover page is filled with flower outlines. I like the minimalism of this spread, however, you can jazz it up by coloring in the flowers using different colors.
Popsicles and Fireworks
If you want to create a Fourth of July spread, here’s the perfect inspiration. This spread includes Fourth of July essentials such as fireworks and tasty popsicles.
Lemonade and Fruit
These are my favorite types of summer spreads. The ones that include a refreshing drink and in season fruit. These types of spreads scream summer to me and are perfect for a July spread.
Here’s a simple cover page that anyone can do. Simply draw an assortment of fish and color them in with your favorite colors. You can even add simple patterns to your fish.
Simple and Patriotic
This July spread is perfect for anyone looking to create a minimalist July cover page. I love how the word “July” looks like the American flag.
Stars and Fireworks
The text used in this cover page is similar to the spread shown above. However, it includes a twist by adding a border that includes red, white and blue stars, stripes and fireworks.
Fireflies in Jar
I wish I could create something as stunning as this. The drawing of the mason jar with glowing fireflies is gorgeous. I also love the colors used for this design.
Sun and Diamonds
This design looks like a lot of fun to recreate. You could do something similar for your own bullet journal, but add your own twist by using different colors.
Safari and Jeep
This isn’t something I would normally think to draw, but I actually really love this. The color palette works well for summer too.
Red White and Blue Popsicle
This simple cover page features a red white and blue popsicle. I love the additional touch of the fireworks at the end of the word “July.”
Something I like about this design is that it includes the sunflower stalks. Sunflowers have large stalks and you don’t often see them being drawn out when you see drawings of the flower.
Here’s another simple spread that’s still quite stunning. Is it just me or do you see cute little faces on each watermelon slice? You could also do something similar with strawberries or kiwi.
Fireworks and Quotes
This weekly planner is so decorative and even includes a quote. The quote says “close your eyes and open your mind.”
Sunflowers in a Jar
If you enjoy floral themes, this design of sunflowers in a jar is perfect for your summer cover page. You can add whatever flowers you’d like to your mason jar.
This spread includes the following quote “summer nights were made for lightning bugs.” It has a cute lightning bug design to go with the quote.
Bears on a Flag Pole
How creative is this design that features a brown bear, panda bear, and polar bear on a flag pole? The simple dots on the background go great with this design as well.
This cover page features a diamond-shaped border of fireworks. You can do something similar with your journal but make it your own by switching up the design elements used.
This is one of my favorite cover pages in the roundup because of the simplicity and the summertime vibes. When I see this image, I think of a hot July day, bbq, and ice-cold popsicles.
This design looks simple, but it actually really creative at the same time. Each letter looks like a popsicle. Design your cover page to feature your favorite popsicle designs.
Here’s another version of the popsicle theme. This one featured red, white, and blue popsicles, which is perfect for the Fourth of July.
Popsicle with Sprinkles
If you’re looking for a simple design, try this popsicle with sprinkles. You can switch up the colors to make it your own. One idea that crossed my mind was to do star shaped sprinkles.
I love the ease of creating a cover page like this. The design is a print out of flowers that are hand drawn and have be colored in digitally and printed off as stickers.
Cherry Ice Cream Cone
If you don’t want to draw a popsicle, consider drawing a cute ice cream cone. This ice cream cone has a cherry on top, sprinkles, and two sprigs of mint.
Red, Green and Gold Flowers
This July cover page is stunning. The page is filled with beautiful red, green and gold flowers. If you love floral bullet journal spreads, you’ll love this cover page.
Colorful Ice Cream
I love this cover page for the summer months. This July cover page spells out J.U.L.Y. with popsicles. I also love the accompanying “chill out you’re got this” page.
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