Updated: Sep 7, 2020
Happy Monday, here are my bullet journal pages for the month of July!
One more Monday 'till we're all caught up!
July's pages were inspired by the 1920s and its Art Deco. I found the lettering and inspiration for the calendar's outline on Pinterest. I used a ball point pen and a brush tipped black pen to fill in the larger letters. The quote in the middle of the page comes from The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
"In his blue garden men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars."
The design I chose for the weekly spread is probably the most challenging design I have ever done. I did not have a stencil or a picture to look off of because I decided to modify this outline from a pre-existing art deco pattern. I was constantly flipping back and forth between this first weekly page and the rest of the pages as I was sketching out the points and lines to connect. I generally don't use a ruler when I'm making pages but for this month I did use one and that complicated the making of the pages even more. Though I think the design does look really cool, I can't say that I would want to recreate it in future journals. As with the previous pages, I used ball point pen and a brush tipped black pen to make the weekly spread as well as the sleep log.
This is what the spread looks like across two pages. There was room for a To Do section as well. This picture is from the end of the month and I decided to include Saturday and Sunday even though those days belong to August, so that when I went to create the first weekly spread for the next month, it would not be too messed up and I could start on Monday as I usually do with weekly spreads.
Check back in next Monday for pictures of August's spread!
I hope you have a wonderful rest of your week!