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Coming up with an entire bujo theme for the month can be tough! If you want to just stick with one single color to make things easier, these blue bullet journal spreads will give you a great head start when setting everything up. With everything from a simple blue weekly spread to a crazy summer bucket list, I’m sure you’ll find an idea here to fit your style…
Here are the ones I found:
Blue Dutch Doors
Photo credit: Bujo Trulla on Instagram
How creative is this weekly spread?! She creates a dutch door for each day of the week and I think the way she incorporates the anchor is just such a good idea. If you want a simple layout for your week but still want to add ALOT of personality… this spread is the one! Drop the anchor and plan out your week with this awesome blue theme!
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Pastel Blue Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Morgan on Instagram
Now if you don’t want such a “simple” layout for your weekly, this spread might be more your style! She has some super cute headers for her daily tasks and an important day tracker on the right side as well. Other than the actual layout of the spread, she has little doodles, pictures, and washi tape throughout the spread… all sticking with the blue color scheme. Make your week a collage of your favorite pics and colors!
Blue Monthly Cover
Photo credit: Self Theraphy on Instagram
Want to go with an ocean theme for your blue color scheme?? This beta fish monthly cover spread is the perfect beginning to any month! I love how both fish are different shades of blue but are still “matching”… It gives the cover asymmetrical look while still being very free-flowing. Luckily these two beta fishes are getting along!
Easy Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Lily Ann on Instagram
I personally use this style of habit tracker is my bullet journal and it works perfectly for my needs! It’s simple and you can track just about as many habits as you would ever want to on one page… Plus, you can else customize the spread with a simple color change depending on your theme. In this case, its alternating colors with gray… and of course, blue!
Hot Air Balloon Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Sofies Handlettering on Instagram
This hot air balloon bujo theme is the perfect summer spread! The overall layout of the weekly spread is relatively simple with enough of room for your daily tasks while still being able to sneak in a tracker or two. Even if you wanted to go with the hot air balloon doodles but not the blue color, I think they look great in purple as well! The full spread looks amazing and it really has the vibe of when you see all the balloons taking off at once!
Blue Bullet Journal Quote
Photo credit: Viv on Instagram
What’s a bullet journal theme without a few quotes… right?? This one, in particular, has a light and fun vibe to it which is perfect for summertime! But whether you’re setting up your theme for June or January, the lettering here would look amazing with anything! I love the fade from dark to light blue and the simple washi tape to really bring the color scheme together. “All good things are wild & free”
Summer Nights Weekly Spread
Photo credit: (Jann)ette Le on Instagram
Speaking of hot air balloons, this weekly spread definitely has a summery vibe to it as well! I love how the illustration is coming out of a book and the daily tasks are on the edges of the spread. It really reminds me of camping and being out in the woods. If you want to break out the markers this month, don’t pass this one up!
Habit Tracker With Blue Theme
Photo credit: Angie on Instagram
Here’s another awesome blue habit tracker idea, but this time, it’s more abstract than before! The actual tracker is a simple dot tracker with some fun little icons to represent each one… I love the simplicity of the tracker paired with the awesome semi-abstract drawing of the bridge at the bottom. Let your creative side run wild!
Blue Theme Weekly Spread
Photo credit: Martha on Instagram
A color scheme bujo post is never complete without a spread from Martha… I absolutely love all her spreads and this one is no exception! It’s clean, compact and sticks to the blue theme perfectly. The way she has the daily boxes mixed in with the different illustrations and the little calendar is just so satisfying. If you’re a fan of single color schemes for your bullet journal, make sure to check out the rest of her spreads!
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Blue Monthly Cover Spread
Photo credit: Claire on Instagram
On the other end of the spectrum is this very “fluid” monthly cover for May. The blue on this spread has so many different shades and really gives it a TON of depth. I love the use of her Tombow brush pens here to create the cover and it would look great with any theme! If you’re breaking open a new pack of pens this month, don’t pass up on this dreamy spread!
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Cloud Theme Mood Tracker
Photo credit: Bullet With E on Instagram
Sticking with the dreamy theme, how about this cute mood tracker? She uses the circle layout for the actual tracker and then fills in the blank space with those easy little cloud doodles! On the other side of the spread is a traditional habit tracker with the same theme which is super cute aswell. Sweet dreams!
Monthly Spread With Blue Theme
Photo credit: Iggs on Instagram
If you need a simple monthly spread to stick with your blue theme for the month, then this will surely spark some ideas! The actual layout of the month is easy, cute, and the weeks are just simply highlighted blue. Plus, the calendar is small enough that it still leaves room for a to-do list and important date tracker at the bottom. They also have other matching spreads with the same theme so make sure to check out the rest of them!
How To Draw A Peacock
Photo credit: Life In A Bujo on Instagram
I love these step by step tutorials that break down how to doodle things! In this particular tutorial, they show you how to draw an adorable little peacock which you could add to your spread if it fits with your theme. Plus, you could even change around or add more colors to match things even more. Without posts like these, I don’t know what I would do!
Blue Bujo Key
Photo credit: Miloe on Instagram
While this might be more on the grayscale of blue, I still had to include this cool whale bujo key page! If you’re already set up your bullet journal you might not need more ideas for your key… but if you’re going with an ocean theme, this will fit perfectly! I could see this looking great on the side of a monthly spread or front and center of a cover page
Step By Step Blue Banners
Photo credit: Bujo Abby on Instagram
Just like the peacock spread from above, this step by step banner tutorial is a lifesaver! (for me at least lol). I love how she breaks down four different variations but my favorite has to be the very last one. It would look perfect for a header of a boxed out daily task section if you were doing a vertical weekly spread… Plus, the simple addition of the blue, or really any color, makes it the perfect addition to your color scheme!
Savings Tracker With Blue Theme
Photo credit: Sweet Bullet Journal on Instagram
I could definitely be saving more and this tracker is the perfect idea to keep track of that! This spread has a sort of vintage, farmhouse vibe to it that I’m really liking right now. But the best part of the spread is definitely the blue mason jar. I don’t know how she made it look so real but I’m jealous for sure! Save those pennies with this awesome savings tracker!
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Blue Header Ideas
Photo credit: Darkmoon Study on Instagram
A bullet journal spread could always use an awesome header! These blue header ideas are a great starting place if you’re looking for some inspiration. I love the simple cursive handwriting paired with the blue and purple brush pen colors behind them. Make your headers stand out with these fun examples!
December Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Rica on Instagram
Need a winter theme spread for the week?? This December weekly spread is the perfect theme if you want something with an elegant vibe to it! The layout of the week is the vertical style with snowflakes for the borders of each day which works great with the theme. I think this would look really good with icicles as the borders as well! Either way, this is a great example of simple, elegant, and creative spread that sticks with the blue theme
Blue Sleep Tracker
Photo credit: Anna on Instagram
I don’t know about you but I could always use another 9 minutes of sleep! This simple blue sleep tracker would be a great addition to your bujo theme if you’re looking to get a bird’s eye view of your sleeping patterns. Plus, it’s easy enough to set up that you could quickly add it to your bujo and move to the next task for the day. If you’re a butterfly lover, this spread is for you!
Bujo Bucket List
Photo credit: Bujo For Stars on Instagram
Here’s a spread that I don’t really see too often but I absolutely love it! This summer bucket list is such a fun and creative idea. Everything from the big, bold header to the simple checkboxes for the actual list, this spread is the perfect addition to a blue theme… BUT… I think the most creative part of this one is the Oreo drawing in the bottom right. I love how it’s hanging on for dear life above the milk, hilarious!. She also ALOT more Oreo spreads if you’re a big fan!
Light Blue Weekly Layout
Photo credit: Sabina on Instagram
Now, if you don’t want something as crazy as the summer bucket list… this pastel blue weekly spread might be more your style! The way the cursive headers for each day extend and connect to the little numbered banners is so cute. Plus, the subtle blue highlighting throughout the spread adds the perfect amount of color for a layout like this. Keep it simple and subtle this week!
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April Monthly Spread
Photo credit: Ingvill on Instagram
Rain, rain go away!! This fun monthly spread for April is a great mix of the typical weather and a simple light blue to make the whole theme super cohesive. Plus, she even left a little bit of room for a simple Instagram growth tracker and goals for the month. I could also this see spread looking adorable with the raindrops all different colors, if you don’t mind breaking the single color scheme look
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