Bullet journal #7: month of June elaborated, underwater world theme + sunflower tracker
Like every month, I work with a theme in my bullet journal. The theme of June has become the underwater world :-). I have also made a sunflower tracker, with which I can keep track of the growth of my self-sown sunflowers. I'll show you the pages I created, explain how I created them and how they turned out in the end.
The June cover initially went completely wrong... I drew and drew. Nice tight letters for April, the rest of the month and days written... Already drawn some of the waves and then... shit I'll make the month of June. Oops, I have no idea how I got there. Then start again.
The June cover was ultimately made with a print of water. On it I wrote “June” in tight letters. I did the days of the month with a white fineliner. To make the cover a little more exciting, I drew waves with a black micron fineliner.
Mood tracker month of June
To stay with the underwater world theme, I drew a complete underwater world with rocks, crab, jellyfish, seahorse, whale and turtle. I will color the regular fish and sharks per day. The colors I will use for the fish depend on the feeling I have that day, see legend at the top of the page.
When I made this mood tracker in my bullet journal, I first drew the entire world with pencil. To draw different fish, I looked on Google and Pinterest. When I was satisfied, I traced everything with a black fineliner. Then I colored everything with Action (artist quality) colored pencils. These colors are quite nice I must say.
Meanwhile, it was my birthday and I had received a nice new crayons box from my friend. These colors are so much nicer than those of the Action :-). I really enjoy completing my mood tracker this month. Still happy with all these colors?
Doodle a day June
After April and May, a doodle a day could not be missed in June.
First I stuck a print of water on 2 empty pages. On watercolor paper I drew 30 different air bubbles with watercolor paint. I used pink and blue paint. I cut this out and glued it onto the printed paper with pritt. I gave the bubbles a little more depth with a white fineliner. I drew waves at the bottom just like I did with the cover.
Actually, I'm not very happy with this page. Still a bit too busy.
I was actually not that enthusiastic about completing this page. I also think this is the last time I make a page like this in my bullet journal.
I will continue to monitor my sleep rhythm this month. This time in the form of a previously made mood tracker. I'm still trying to figure out which sleep tracker will work best for me. Of course I decorated the page again with a drawn underwater world.
Below you can see a photo where the page has already been worked out a bit.
Photos of the month of June
Of course there is also a spread with photos of the month. This page is also completely in keeping with the theme.
To give you an impression of what the page will look like with photos, I have already taken a photo with two photos. I printed this with my Canon Selphy.
Just like last year, I bought a pack of sunflower seeds at Action. They did last year sunflowers it's really super good :-). So this year I want to try it again. To keep track of growth, repotting, putting them outside and the results, I made my own sunflower tracker.
For this page I used kraft wrapping paper, green design paper from a paper package from Action. The images of the butterflies and dragonfly also come from this package. I also drew a sunflower in the two corners with a black fineliner from Pigma Micron. To give the sunflower some depth, I created the shadow with dots. As you can see, the page is not completely finished yet.
Do you work with themes in a bullet journal?
– Bullet journal #6: Month of May elaborated, birthday theme
– Bullet journal #5: The month of April elaborated on the theme of space and universe
– Bullet journal #4: The month of March in the theme geometric & sports tracker
– Bullet journal #3: New pages and the month of February elaborated
– Bullet journal #2: Layout and first pages created
– Bullet journal #1: making a start
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