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July has to be one of my favorite months of the year! The fourth, cookouts, camping and hanging out by the lake… what’s better than that?!
It’s also a super fun month to set up in my bullet journal. (and hopefully yours too!) If you need a little help with your summertime theme, these July weekly spread ideas will give you the inspiration for that perfect warm-weather vibe
Here are the spreads I really like:
Paper Plane Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Little Olive Bujo on Instagram
“An arrow is never afraid of shooting from the bow; but it is afraid of not reaching the target!” ― Mehmet Murat Ildan
This theme for a spread definitely hits my target spot on! I love how unique this idea is… She has different arrows drawn in a big wooden sign theme, pointing in different directions vertically for days of the week
Every arrow is a different color, there are plenty of notes per each day to write. There is also a cute and neat drawing of a paper airplane floating throughout the arrow to give it that extra decoration
What a cool idea for July!
Yellow July Spread
Photo credit: Erica G Designs on Instagram
How adorable is this girly and letter perfected theme for a July weekly spread?
The setup of this spread is simple but the colors are full of summer vibes and good positive energy, and her lettering is truly inspirational!
I love the adorable yellow flower patterned bow at the top, and the July lettering is black and bolded with yellow highlighter behind it, giving it some three-dimensional fun flare
There is a lot going on in this weekly spread, but it’s all really organized in its own way. Bow down to the bow this July!
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Jelly Fish Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Tanja on Instagram
“When you move like a jellyfish rhythm don’t mean nothing. You go with the flow, you don’t stop” – Jack Johnson
Don’t be jelly of this weekly spread for July! It’s easy to create, aesthetically pleasing, and squishy jellyfish themed
I love the blue and green colors, and how she almost makes the two little jellyfish on the left side of the page glow. The spread is a lot like a planner theme, and there’s a lot of room to write tasks, and customize the way you’d want to on each day of the week
I’ll be honest, this month I don’t think you’re ready for this Jelly!
ScrapBook Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Tigerfräulein Shop on Instagram
I don’t know where I would be without music in my life. Whether I’m taking a drive to think things over, working out and trying to get in the zone, or distracting unhappy feelings, music has gotten me through EVERYTHING
I usually don’t go through the month without putting a music theme into my weekly spread, and this one is one of the best I’ve seen to date!
This spread is elegant, full of life and decoration, and very musically inclined. I love how the music artwork, arrows, and hearts are full of pink undertones, and how the artwork is covering the sides of the pages while the center is for the weekly routine and schedule/notes
This had me at CELLO!
July Minimalist Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Brett Wright on Instagram
Minimalism at its finest with this weekly spread for July!
I love the beige sandy color theme… I’ve been using it a lot lately because I have so many different trackers in my Bujo and my favorite place to put the most effort is in my weekly spreads
I also have habit trackers, mood trackers, and a sleep tracker for the month, so I guess you could say I have a lot going on. I feel like this layout makes it easy to be minimalist in some places while still keeping it cute, and put effort where I want to monthly!
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Simple Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Julie on Instagram
I love the highlighting, shading, and thick and thin lines in this minimalist weekly spread
The colors she uses, orange and yellow, are perfect for summer and it has a “weekly planner” set up. Kinda like the one you’d buy where half the days of the week are on one page, and the other half on the right side of the page
It’s easy to set up yet looks neat, and leaves plenty of room for writing or drawing
YAY for cheap Crayola!
Floral July Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Marissa on Instagram
Have you ever made your own bullet journal stickers before? I haven’t had the chance to learn how to do it yet but this weekly spread for July makes me want to be a self-made sticker-er for life!
How stunning is this? I can’t get enough of the way this is set up, the coloring, and the overall daintiness of this spread. She has bold black lettering outlining the days of the week throughout both pages, room to write, and then centered is the pink, purple, and blue watercolor drawing of flowers
It’s summery, it’s gorgeous, it’s unique, and it’s set up like it was printed. You won’t want to miss out on this beautiful inspiration, it’s one of the cutest spreads I’ve seen in a while!
Pastel Blue July Spread
Photo credit: Vanessa on Instagram
“Blue is the overwhelming “favorite color.” Blue is seen as trustworthy, dependable, and committed. Blue is the least “gender specific” color, having equal appeal to both men and women” – Kate Smith
I LOVE the color blue! It’s no surprise to me that I would be obsessed with this blue-themed weekly spread for July
I love how there is a bolded box for “notes” first, and then how the days of the week follow. Each day is surrounded by a light pastel blue line, the days of the week are made circular…
It’s neat, organized, minimalist, and executed to bluefection!
Pizza Theme Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Diana on Instagram
I don’t care what month it is… a pizza theme is always relevant 🍕
And cheesus crust this is adorable! I love how the theme is yellow and red, matching a pizza, and how there are little pieces of pizza throughout the entire page
But aside from the aesthetics, it’s also set up optimally too! On the left side of the page, there is room to write about weekly events, and the rest of the spread is planner style
This has stolen a pizza my heart for sure this July!
Pastel Ocean Theme
Photo credit: Anouk Claeys on Instagram
Fun fact: Octopuses have 3 hearts… There must be a lot of room for love within those 8 little tentacles!
This weekly spread “octopies” my one heart for sure! There are different pastel colors of blue and green highlighting the days of the week and an adorably awesome drawing of an octopus over Sunday
It gives me ocean vibes, which could not be more perfect for the month of July. It’s very clean and perfect for a minimalist, but still has some cute decorations to keep it cute
If I had three hearts all of them would love this weekly spread!
Sea Theme July Weekly
Photo credit: AmandaRachLee on Instagram
How unbelievably stunning is this fish-themed weekly spread for July? This is some serious beauty packed into one weekly spread
I love the coral highlighted days of the week and the black bolded lettering for the different days. But my absolute favorite part?
How the week is centered with a gorgeous drawing of little koi fish swimming around, and how there are lines leading to each day ever so perfectly
You need to SEA this to believe it, and SEAS the month with this theme!
Tropical Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Dutch Color Love on Instagram
TROPIC LIKE IT’S HOT!
This tropical-themed weekly spread for July could not be more perfect for the summer!
Every day is followed by a small drawing of different summery things, such as an ice-cold drink, a pineapple, a pair of sunglasses, Hawaiin themed flowers, etc
It’s colorful and decorated, while still leaving plenty of space to do what it needs to do, which is provide a neat writing room for different tasks throughout the week
Say hello summer to this monthly spread this July!
Bubble Letter Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Christina on Instagram
How perfect is this ocean-themed weekly spread for July? I am obsessed with this one
Everything from the gigantic blue bubble lettering for each day of the week, to the handwriting of the penciled events, to the little stunning and adorable ocean drawings
This screams vitamin SEA and will be fun to look at all week while you open the page, and we all know how much I love the color blue
Plus, even though the lettering is so huge you will see that it’s still set up in a versatile way to fit tasks and artwork. Shell yeah!
Pink July Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Plain Planner on Instagram
No matter how long or how much I have tried, I just can’t master cursive handwriting. I needed something like this cursinspiration to really get me back in the swing of practicing!
Keep it boxy and classy with this simplified cursive weekly spread for July! There is a lot of stunning etiquette to this, and I absolutely admire all of the cursive writing here
Her lettering is perfect, it’s simple, optimal, and extremely stunning. If you want something easy to draw up yet dainty and girly, this should definitely be a weekly spread in your bujo this July!
Bold Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Aimi Ghani on Instagram
This isn’t my usual type for a weekly spread, but sometimes opposites attract and this is a prime example of something I absolutely LOVE that I wouldn’t normally
Wait until you see the lettering in this July weekly spread, it’s so elegant and exquisite it looks legitimately printed. Plus, even though it is minimalist it’s still unique in it’s set up…
On the far left of the page, there is a bolded and black “J” for July, with a mini-calendar of days underneath it. Then in boxes, come different days of the week outlined with the first letter of the day bolded, and beautiful
There is a lot of room to write, and if you’re upset with how little color or artwork there is, you have plenty of room to customize
I’m obsessed with this, am I a minimalist now?
Neat Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Ashtyn Duddleston on Instagram
I love the subtle pink highlighting of each day… it just gives the spread such a cool vibe!
This pink themed weekly spread is a calendar theme on the left side, with some extra addition on the right that I love to add in my spreads as well
She has a to-do list, a mini expense and habit tracker, and a spot to put other important details throughout the week
C’est si joli!
July Weekly Spread With Purple
Photo credit: Kayla on Instagram
I love this weekly theme for July more than all of the stars in the sky!
The blue and purple and pink dark colors surrounding the page paired with the drawing of mountains and night sky inside the word July could NOT be more stunning
Amongst all of the gorgeous coloring and artwork of signs, the calendar itself is large and vertical and there is plenty of room to write tasks and events. This is truly gorgeous!
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July Weekly With Flowers
Photo credit: Plan With Yeens on Instagram
How gorgeous is this flower-themed weekly spread for July?
I am obsessed with the coloring she uses here; the red, yellow, orange, and green bolded colors paired together almost give off a tropical theme which comes in clutch perfect for summertime
The spread itself is centered with vertical flowers traveling down the page, and the days of the week are surrounding it on each side. I also love the addition of the yellow highlighter over the days of the week too, it makes everything so bright and happy
If you’re a fan of flowers, you’re going to want to “pick” this theme this July!
Boxy July Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Martha on Instagram
July has “rolled” around again and I am having a “wheelie” good time with my summery monthly spreads
I love biking in the summer, and I’m about a 25-minute bike ride to lake Michigan which is huge in the summertime!
This spread screams summer, and I love the addition of the cute little bicycle to the spread itself. This is a boxy theme, with three different boxes of adorable and stunningly drawn pictures as well
There is a picture of a bike with pretty flowers in the basket, and two other drawings of flowers. It’s girly, it’s unique, it’s bright and elegant
If you’re a biker like me, then TRI this spreadspiration out this July!
Summery Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Seed Successful You on Instagram
Here’s another sea shelled summertime theme for July I cannot get enough of!
First of all, the light sea blue colors used in this spread are seatastic, and they throw an oceany vibe to the overall spread itself
All of the seashells in different, cute as can be, and cover the perimeter of the calendar. There are awesome and perfected bubble letters for the days of the week, as well as the “July” to the horizontal left
Plus the big numbers signifying the days of the week are super cute with the gradient coloring
If you’re looking for some vitamin sea this summer, I think I found it for you!
Creative Bujo Spread
Photo credit: Nadine on Instagram
I think I’m in love… With this piece of paper?
My scatterbrain is obsessed with this. Wait until you see how stunning this weekly spread really is for July! There is a ton going on here…
The days of the week are scattered between notes, artwork, different random girly drawings, and patterned edges that all make sense when put together. I love the little quote drawings she incorporates into the spread and the uniqueness of the overall layout!
It just goes to show that it doesn’t matter how you set it up, and it doesn’t have to all match, you can make your own beauty happen however you want to!
Purple Summer Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Bless Bujo on Instagram
Elegant, set up in a neat and girly fashion, and full of life… I love this weekly spread for July!
The little blue Hawaiian flowers surrounding the perimeter of this weekly spread really remind me of Hawaii. Plus, the purple colors of the days of the week and planner styled calendar pair perfectly with them
This is organized, minimalist with plenty of color and screams summertime. It’s quick and easy to create but looks gorgeous on the page
Very pretty, and very “lei’d” back for July!
Simple July Spread
Photo credit: Susan on Instagram
Last but most certainly not least is this amazingly simple weekly spread!
In my opinion, its the perfect balance of a minimal spread while still having the functionality of one that’s way more “cluttered” if you know what I mean. Everything from the basic calendar in the top right and the events right below to the numbered daily slots… it all works together perfectly!
But, my absolute favorite part of this spread has to be the trackers at the very bottom. I love the idea of a simple icon with the little circles to color in once a task is completed!
Keep it simple this summer!
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