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With summer quickly coming to an end… it’s time for a few last August weekly spread ideas! I tried to choose a wide variety of layouts from super minimal spreads to ones with plenty of doodles and colors. So, hopefully, you find a spread that sparks your creative side and helps you get your bullet journal looking perfect!
Here are the August spreads I like:
Gem Theme Weekly Log
Photo credit: Sarah on Instagram
If you like adding doodles to your weekly spread then this one is for you! I love how all the blank space is filled in with the plant and gems. Plus, you could use a similar layout and just change the little doodles to match your monthly theme
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Yellow August Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Martha on Instagram
Going with a lemon or lemonade theme for the month!? If so, this weekly spread will definitely give you some ideas for your own bujo! Even if you aren’t going that route, she has plenty of other amazing spreads to check out
Simple August Weekly
Photo credit: Taya Planner on Instagram
I’m really digging the super clean look of this spread… Everything from the saying in the top left corner to the simple headers for each day, this layout is so satisfying! If you’re a lover of minimal spreads that are still super cute, then you might want to give this one a try
Ocean Weekly For August
Photo credit: Albertine on Instagram
Okay… how cute is this ocean theme? First off, the actual layout of the page is something I’m definitely going to try in my own bullet journal. I love the drop shadows on the daily headers and how the doodles are “contained” to the right side of the page but a clean break. Try this spread and “just add water!”
Blue August Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Manon on Instagram
Here’s another spread if you really like the look of clean lines! The contrast between the galaxy background at the bottom and the “boxiness” of the weekly layout is perfect in my opinion. I think this spread would work well with just about any theme!
Clean Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Lilian on Instagram
Speaking of clean lines… How about this planner style weekly spread idea? I love the overall simplicity of the layout and just how easy it is to set up. With this spread, you would have to spend a whole lot of time on it!
Minimalist Weekly For August
Photo credit: Michelle on Instagram
Now if you’re a fan of quick and easy weekly spreads, then I’m sure you’ll like this one! I don’t think it gets much easier than this. With just a ruler and a stencil, you could have this spread laid out and looking perfect in no time!
Paper Crane Weekly Log
Photo credit: Tanja on Instagram
Want a weekly spread that’s simple but not THAT simple? This one is the perfect example of a basic layout with some super cute doodle icons for each day. The origami doodles are adorable and you could easily swap them out for something more your style if they don’t match your bullet journals theme
Creative Weekly Log
Photo credit: Viv on Instagram
This weekly spread reminds me of the very first examples but with a bit more room for your daily tasks! The gem and plant theme really never gets old in my opinion. Plus, I could see this type of spread working with both purple and blue themes!
Sushi Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Susan on Instagram
I don’t know about you… but, I’m a huge sushi lover. This spread is super cute! The simple layout of the dailies matches the clean look of the sushi doodles perfectly
Drop Shadow Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Nicole Barlettano on Instagram
This spread might seem a bit overwhelming at first but I’m really digging this layout… Everything from the self-care and habit trackers at the bottom to the vertical daily task boxes… this one just screams productivity. Plus, I love anything with a drop shadow lol
Purple Cloud Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Bujo Abby on Instagram
If a spread as neat and clean as the one before just isn’t your style for the month, then this one might give you some ideas! I love the free-flowing and abstract purple clouds at the bottom paired with the clean look of the daily task area. But my favorite part is the gold border separating the two sections… I think you could definitely take inspiration from that and incorporate it into your weekly spread even if you aren’t going with a similar illustration
August Weekly Log
Photo credit: Susan on Instagram
This spread is the perfect blend of simple and cute! The daily task headers are basic but look great at the same time and the addition of the stickers on the left really gives the layout some personality. Plus, the August header and calendar at the top would go great with any type of layout you choose!
Green Weekly Spread For August
Photo credit: Sarah on Instagram
Now if you don’t want the typical weekly spread layout, then this one might be what you’re looking for… I love the way she laid out the daily task boxes and then filled in the blank space with that “airy” green watercolor!
Cactus Weekly Log
Photo credit: Silje on Instagram
Speaking of green weekly spreads for August… This cactus themed layout is adorable! Everything from the doodles for each day to the cursive headers, it all just works perfectly together. But my favorite part is how she colored in the doodles while not staying in the lines!
Purple Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Dulcet Bujo on Instagram
If you’re anything like me, then doodling isn’t your strong suit lol. So this weekly spread is definitely something I can take inspiration from. I’m really digging the daily task boxes with the rounded edges and the alternating header colors. Plus, the way she uses the washi tape / stickers makes the spread look so good while still keeping it simple and “doable” for someone like myself
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Summer Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Productive Doodling on Instagram
Nothing says SUMMER like some good old fashion beach doodles right?? I love how the simple daily task layout is broken up with the doodles in the center of the spread. If you’re going with a beach or pirate theme for the month… there’s plenty of good doodle ideas here!
Minimal August Layout
Photo credit: Stina Skagert & Bujo on Instagram
I’m a HUGE fan of this weekly spread! The half-page vertical daily task boxes are super clean and the “week 32” header with the calendar below fits so well with the overall look of the page. If you’re going with a minimalist theme for the month, definitely take some inspiration from this one!
Plant Weekly Spread
Photo credit: A Freckle A Day on Instagram
This spread is a great example of minimalist and realistic doodles paired together perfectly! They have each letter in bold for each day of the week with a little number date right next to it which is something I’m really liking. If you want to keep things simple this month, try out these bold headers
Dreamy Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Charlott on Instagram
How cute is this August weekly spread?? The little “clouds in a jar” is such a fun idea for daily headers… Plus, if you keep it short and sweet when writing out your tasks for the day, then this layout will work great for you!
Manta Ray Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Aska on Instagram
Gosh… how cool is this spread?! Similar to the minimalist spread from above, she uses the same style headers for each day of the week but has a different ( and gorgeous ) drawing on the left side. I love the way she blends the manta rays with the floral pattern!
Simple August Spread
Photo credit: Bujo Of Norway on Instagram
Looking for a simple August weekly spread to keep things easy? If so, then this one will definitely give you some layout ideas! With a ruler and some dot counting… you could have this spread laid out in under 15 minutes
Travel Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Bullet Journal by Frence on Instagram
This weekly spread is TOO cool! This is the first time I’ve seen something like this and I think it’s such a good idea. The daily task boxes are simple and the map in the middle of the spread makes it look super detailed without having to do much work. If you have some old maps lying around, put them to good use!
August Layout With Flowers
Photo credit: Amiza Omar on Instagram
Here’s another cute floral spread for August! I really like how she incorporated the quote on the right side of the spread and “connected” all the flowers with the background splatter
Spaceship Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Sunrise Notes on Instagram
Doing a space theme in your bullet journal but don’t want the typical galaxy look? This weekly spread is a great example of what you can do with some cool bullet journal stickers and some simple trackers! The headers and spaceships are both from her sticker pack!
Vertical Weekly Log
Photo credit: Veronica on Instagram
What do you think about vertical weekly spreads like this? I personally like more room to write horizontally so I usually go with a “wider” layout. But that doesn’t mean I don’t like this one! It’s clean, colorful… and of course, the drop shadows get me every time
Camping Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Miloe on Instagram
August always reminds me of camping and this weekly spread is the perfect example of that! I love the overall simplicity of the layout and the colors she chose definitely give it that outdoor vibe. Plus, you could use those daily task headers with just about any theme and they would look great!
Summer Bujo Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Vivian on Instagram
If you want a more non-traditional weekly spread for August then this one might be more your style! I love how the daily task boxes are staggered and the branch seems to flow perfectly throughout the spread. But my favorite part of this one is the simple little productivity tracker in the bottom left
Boxy Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Creative Figgy on Instagram
Speaking of productivity trackers… This layout has a lot of cool little features that perfectly fill out the entire page! Not to mention just how clean and satisfying the daily tasks look
Honey Theme Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Well(ness) Planned on Instagram
If you’re going with a honey bee theme for the month then this spread might give you some cute ideas! I love the subtle bee theme with the little hive up top paired with the lavender. This would look great with other purple spreads or you could even change up the colors and go with an all-yellow look!
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Origami August Spread
Photo credit: J.T. on Instagram
Nothing looks better than cursive headers and clean lines in my opinion! This weekly spread pairs both perfectly. Plus, the little origami / geometric animals are super fun and cute! You could make this layout work with any theme if you just switch out the doodles and add a color scheme to match!
Basic August Spread
Photo credit: Kathryn on Instagram
If you like lots of horizontal space to write, like me, then this layout is for you… The daily task headers are simple and the alternating colored drop shadows add just the right amount of color to a pretty basic spread. I really like the way she added the different colored dots in the middle to give it a nice little touch of personality!
Black & White Weekly Log
Photo credit: Liv on Instagram
It doesn’t get much easier than this! The daily headers look so good that I thought they were stickers at first! If you want to keep your spreads black and white… then this layout will surely give you some ideas to get started!
Ice Cream Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Gigi on Instagram
On the other end of the spectrum is this super colorful August spread! I think the ice cream doodles inside the “divider” are SUPER cute and you could definitely add those to add summertime spread for some extra decoration. Cool down with this adorable ice cream spread
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Butterfly Weekly Log For August
Photo credit: Journaling By Emma on Instagram
Going with a butterfly theme for the month of August!? I love how clean the weekly layout is and how the butterflies look like they’re flying around the page! Nothing better than a simple layout with cute doodles
One Page Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Nyze on Instagram
Speaking for simple weekly layouts… How about this boxy one-page spread? I’ve been digging these types of layouts lately since they’re so easy and look amazing at the end of the week. It reminds me of this blue weekly spread example from Martha!
Paper Plane Weekly Log
Photo credit: Claudia on Instagram
Wanting to go with a blue theme for August? Or maybe a travel theme?? If so, this weekly spread kills two birds with one stone! Blue and all sorts of travel decorations really make this one stand out. I love how she uses different stamps for each day and carries the subtle blue color throughout the page!
Light Green Weekly Log
Photo credit: Moon Journal on Instagram
Look at all the room to WRITE!! This spread really lends itself to the bullet journaler that loves to write out daily tasks in detail. Plus, with a quick color change and some different doodles… you could totally customize this super clean layout to make it your own!
Planet Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Istanbullet on Instagram
Here’s another great example of what you can do for a space-themed spread without going the typical planet route! The font here suits the theme perfectly and the sort of abstract planet in the middle is the centerpiece of the layout which is super fitting. Don’t SPACE OUT this week!
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Easy August Layout
Photo credit: The Bird Bujo on Instagram
Last but definitely not least is this simple but effective weekly spread. You can’t see it in this picture but they have an amazing drawing of a crane on the right side of the page and plenty of other spreads to match this theme! If you’re a bird lover, definitely check them out
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