If you are feeling summery and sunny for your bullet journal, these utterly gorgeous yellow bullet journal spread ideas, we have 60 to inspire you to create some amazing spreads! The excitement never ends round these parts!
Want some more sunny yellow inspiration? You can check out more yellow things here, like this citrus bullet journal spread
10 fun facts about the color yellow!
- Yellow is the color of the Solar Plexus Chakra, also known as Manipura.This chakra is located in the stomach area. It is linked to the stomach, liver, skin, large intestine, muscular system, and solar plexus area.
- In Chinese culture, colors corresponded with the five primary elements, the directions, and the four seasons. Yellow was associated with earth and the center (in relation to direction).
- In Aztec culture, yellow symbolized food because it was the color of corn, the primary food of the Aztec people.
- In medical terms, a yellow flag indicates a quarantine.
- Yellow is psychologically the happiest color in the color spectrum.
- The comic book character Green Lantern was afraid of the color yellow.
- “Big Yellow Taxi” by Joni Mitchell, covered by Amy Grant, covered by Counting Crows featuring Vanessa Carlton
- “Lemon” was the original scent of the yellow colored Magic Scents Crayons from Binney & Smith Inc., introduced in 1994 with mostly food scents. However, there were numerous reports that children were eating the food-scented crayons, so the food scents were retired and replaced with non-food scents. The scent for the color yellow became “daffodil.
- “Yellow Submarine” by the Beatles
- Yellow is the color that means “elevated” in the color-coded threat system established by presidential order in March 2002.
Why should you add yellow to your bullet journal?
This is such a fun questions, so often we get caught up in monotone colors and you can see from the examples below that it is so easy to add some of these amazing colors too!
How can I add yellow to my bullet journal?
This is so simple and not hard! You can either create a yellow theme for the month in your bullet journal, or you can add simple accents to your weekly or daily spreads. If you want to add some color its not essential for you to make everything yellow! Using some stickers or washi tape to add this sort of splash of colors could be an easy way to do this.
Coming back to using stickers, you could also create a scrapbook style page in your journal, this means you can add some cute doodles, or cute stamps with yellow ink to create a gorgeous yellow layouts!
You do not need to be overly artistic to add some pops of color or doodles or cute drawings in your journal or planner!
The psychology of Yellow
According to color psychology:
Yellow is the brightest color of the visible spectrum, and it is the most noticeable of all colors by the human eye.
It means happiness and optimism; it is the color of sun shining, or bright light and creativity. It is believed to have an influence on the left side of our brain, where deep thinking and perception dwells.
So if you need to study hard, find a solution to a tricky problem or you just need to figure something out, put something of a bright yellow near you. Perhaps you remember the picture with the bright yellow light bulb above someone’s head when a good idea pops out. It means that yellow can unclog the thinking process, helping us to become more creative, even in finding logical solutions.
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What I love about Nicoles work is it is always happy looking, regardless of how simple it might be, they always look amazing!
I adore how sunny this spread feels!
As always thanks for joining us! Its been an amazing week. I was really loving some of the yellow in these spreads so have included a lot more yellow into my personal bullet journal! By doing this I have definitely felt more happy with my spreads and so glad I could share the inspiration with everyone else too!
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