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June Bullet Journal Setup

Time to post my June Bullet Journal Setup!

I’m really happy I can finally show you how my finished setup turned out!
For my June theme, I chose bees 😀

June Cover Page

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I decided to keep my cover page pretty simple.
I used a Tim Holtz Honeycomb stencil together with Distress Ink in the color ‘scattered straw’ to create the pattern.

June Monthly Spread

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I use two types of monthly spreads.
The first is a big overview page to track important dates, such as birthdays and appointment.
The second one is a vertical layout where I track personal appointments and tasks on one side, and important school dates and deadlines on the other side.

For these pages I used the Tim Holtz Stencil again and some washi tape.
For drawing out the grid layout and for writing, I used Pigma Micron pens.

Mood Tracker

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This month I decided to change the layout for my mood tracker! This layout is totally new for me, and I hope it’ll work. As you can see, I forgot to put the dates in the hexagons, so I will do that later today.

For this spread I used a Pigma Micron Pen and I’m going to use some Crayola Supertips in different yellows and oranges to fill in the tracker.

Habit Tracker + 30 Day Smoothie Challenge

I decided to change up the layout for my habit tracker too this month, thanks to Brandon. He made his habit tracker in a similar way and I thought it was very clever, because this way you have a better overview of what you’ve actually achieved.

Another thing I’m doing this month is a 30 day Green Smoothie Challenge. I’m so excited!
I just drank my first smoothie and seriously, it’s yummy!

For the lettering, I used Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Brush Pens in the colors yellow and green + some cute pineapple washi tape (my first smoothie was one with pineapple!).

Weekly layouts

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As you can see, I decided to go for a different layout each week. I’m happy about how most of the pages turned out. I’m only not sure of the last one. Maybe I’ll change it up later.

I used a variety of materials to make these spreads.
For the first one, I used crayola markers, Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Brush Pens, and Pigma Micron pens.
For the second one I used watercolors and washi tape (this is my absolute favorite spread!)
For the third and last one I used Crayolas and Pigma Micron Pens and for the fourth one I used the Tim Holtz Stencil again.

 

I hope you enjoyed this post!
What did you do for June?

 

Marieke

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