Bullet Journaling is a great way to keep track of your to-dos and add your own personality in the ways that you track things
Total Project Time: : ~One Hour
It’s Pride Month! So what better way to celebrate then by making my June bullet journal completely covered in Rainbows? This is a time where we honor 1969 Stonewall uprising in Manhattan, as well as recognize the impact that LGBTQ individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally! I love using the rainbow and I decided to a watercolor effect to make it a vibrant and fun journal.
So I wanted to test the watercolor effect even more with this journal and I found some very big difference as I went further down the rainbow. The red used the most pigment and the least amount of water while the purple used the most water (not sure about the pigment). The biggest downside with using more water is that it tends to effect the pages of the journal more.
Like every month, I am trucking on with my Habit and Mood Tracker pages. This was the first time I incorporated words into the mood tracker. I am excited to see the color added to the black and white page and watch it come to life. The only downside is there are many colors I don’t actually want to see on the page (especially red).