20 Free Canva Templates for June 2022
To complement our monthly blog post, 100+ Content Ideas and Inspiration for June 2022, we’re giving away 20 FREE Canva Templates created for 20 different special days/events happening in June.
You’re free to use these templates on your social media. You can change fonts and colours, and add your logo or any other images you like. Last month we offered our templates individually but now we’ve decided to just let you open the whole file in Canva and select the templates you want to use. Just click this link or the link below and they’ll open in your Canva account in one design folder for you to edit.
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1. World Milk Day - 1 June
The United Nations started World Milk Day in 2001 to recognize the importance of milk as a global food and to celebrate the dairy sector. Each year since, the benefits of milk and dairy products have been actively promoted around the world, including how dairy supports the livelihoods of one billion people.
This year’s theme will highlight the work already being done to accelerate climate action and help reduce the dairy sector’s impact on the planet. Using the World Milk Day platform, the aim is to raise awareness of the messaging and action towards Dairy Net-Zero.
Add your support and use their hashtags #WorldMilkDay & #EnjoyDairy https://worldmilkday.org/
World Milk Day promotes the benefits of milk and dairy products, including how dairy supports the livelihoods of one billion people. #WorldMilkDay #EnjoyDairy. Click To Tweet
2. World Bicycle Day - 3rd June
Organised by the UN, World Bicycle Day highlights the benefits of using a bicycle — a simple, affordable, clean and environmentally fit sustainable means of transportation and fitness. The bicycle contributes to cleaner air and less congestion and makes education, health care and other social services more accessible to the most vulnerable populations. It can also be fun so get cycling!
Cycling can be fun and great for fitness as well as an environmentally means of transport, so get on your bike for #WorldBicycleDay Click To Tweet
3. Cheese Day - 4th June
I love cheese! Probably more than chocolate. Cheesemaking is an ancient, some might even say sacred, craft. In fact, it’s so old it predates recorded history. It’s speculated that the magic of cheesemaking began somewhere around 8000BCE shortly after the domestication of animals.
I love cheese! Probably more than chocolate. Cheesemaking is an ancient craft. In fact it predates recorded history. #CheeseDay Click To Tweet
4. World Environment Day - 5 June
The UN’s 2022 World Environment Day campaign #OnlyOneEarth calls for collective, transformative action on a global scale to celebrate, protect and restore our planet.
You can sign up at their website to get the latest updates, stories, news and tips for World Environment Day.
The UN's 2022 World Environment Day campaign #OnlyOneEarth calls for collective, transformative action on a global scale to celebrate, protect and restore our planet. #WorldEnvironmentDay Click To Tweet
5. Yo-Yo Day - 6th June
It seems like yo-yos have been around forever and it’s true as some people think they were invented over 2,000 years ago! Some believe it all started in ancient Greece, but modern yo-yos more likely came from the Philippines. The word ‘yo-yo’ first appeared in a Filipino dictionary in 1860.
They became popular in the USA in the 1930s. Pedro Flores (of Filipino descent) began mass producing yo-yos in 1928. After holding some promotional competitions, he caught the eye of Donald F. Duncan Sr, who thought they were awesome! Duncan bought Flores out, hired him to run the marketing campaigns, and the rest is history. Find out more about yo-yo day here.
People think yo-yos were invented over 2,000 years ago in ancient Greece, but modern yo-yos more likely came from the Philippines. The word 'yo-yo' first appeared in a Filipino dictionary in 1860. #Yo-YoDay Click To Tweet
6. World Food Safety Day - 7th June
The World Health Organisation campaigns for food safety and access to sufficient amounts of safe and nutritious food. Unsafe food containing harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites or chemical substances can cause more than 200 different diseases – ranging from diarrhoea to cancers. Around the world, an estimated 600 million – almost 1 in 10 people – fall ill after eating contaminated food each year. A staggering number!
The World Health Organisation campaigns for food safety and access to sufficient amounts of safe and nutritious food to sustain life and promote good health. #WorldFoodSafetyDay Click To Tweet
7. National Best Friends Day - 8th June
A special day in the USA which is catching on around the world through social media. It’s time to tell your best friends how much you appreciate their company. As the Mayo Clinic reports: “Friends help you cope with traumas, such as divorce, serious illness, job loss, or the death of a loved one.” Today’s the day to enjoy a little one-on-one time with the people who never fail to catch us when we fall.
Celebrate National #BestFriendsDay with your besties! Post a photo of them and tell them how much you appreciate them and their support Click To Tweet
8. Empathy Day - 10th June
The theme for this year’s #EmpathyDay is empathy, our human superpower – a special skill you can develop to transform your life, your relationships and the world itself. The EmpathyLab.uk has a menu of nine creative, empathy-boosting activities and lots of resources designed to inspire you to read, connect and act.
Develop your empathy, your human superpower, with resources from @EmpathyLabUK #EmpathyDay Click To Tweet
9. World Gin Day - 11th June
The idea is simple: get people together all around the world and raise a glass to the brilliant spirit that is gin. Whether it’s in a cocktail, a G&T or neat as part of a tasting, it’s a time to celebrate this wonderful juniper-laced spirit in all its glory! I’m currently obsessed with a Portuguese gin called Sharish - follow them at https://www.instagram.com/sharish_gin/.
Discover what’s on in your area by searching for the #WorldGinDay hashtag across social media!
World Gin Day. Discover what’s on in your area by searching for the #WorldGinDay hashtag across social media! Click To Tweet
10. International Falafel Day - 12th June
On this day, falafel lovers come together to celebrate International Falafel Day. It’s also a day to encourage people who have never eaten falafel to give it a try. If you want to make it yourself, try this authentic recipe https://www.themediterraneandish.com/how-to-make-falafel/.
In case you don’t know what it is, falafel is a deep-fried ball made from ground chickpeas. It can also be flat or a doughnut-shaped patty. Other ingredients might include onions and spices, such as cumin or coriander. Some people eat falafel on its own while others stuff it inside a pita and eat it as a wrap. Because falafel doesn’t contain any meat or dairy, the food is a favourite among vegetarians and vegans.
Falafel lovers come together to celebrate International Falafel Day. It’s also a day to encourage people who have never eaten falafel to give it a try. #falafelday Click To Tweet
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11. Sewing Machine Day - 13th June
National Sewing Machine Day celebrates the creation of the sewing machine and all the men and women who have worked diligently over the years to produce the next best sewing machine. These wonderful people are directly responsible for the ease with which clothing is obtainable today, and how easily someone can pick up the age-old art of sewing.
Find out more at https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/sewing-machine-day/.
National Sewing Machine Day celebrates the creation of the sewing machine and all the men and women who have worked diligently to improve the design. #SewingMachineDay Click To Tweet
12. American Flag Day - 14th June
Flag Day is a celebration of the American flag that occurs each year on the anniversary of the flag’s official adoption. Known as the Stars and Stripes, it was adopted as the official American flag on June 14, 1777, in the midst of the Revolutionary War.
The first American flag was designed to represent the 13 original colonies with 13 white stars on a blue field and 13 alternating red and white stripes. One of the first flag designs had the stars arranged in a circle, based on the idea that all colonies were equal. Today, there are 50 stars, one for each state in the union, but the 13 stripes remain.
Flag Day is a celebration of the American flag adopted by the Continental Congress as the official American flag on June 14, 1777. #FlagDay Click To Tweet
13. World Sea Turtle Day - 16th June
World Sea Turtle Day highlights how these amazing creatures are under threat. In fact, six out of seven species of marine turtle are threatened with extinction. This is due to the 8 million tonnes of plastic dumped in our oceans every year,
See the 10 facts, shared by the WWF (World Wildlife Fund), that show just how amazing these creatures are. They also highlight why we must fight back against the plastic pollution choking our oceans.
World Sea Turtle Day - 16 June, however, these amazing creatures are under threat. Six out of seven species of marine turtle are threatened with extinction. #WorldSeaTurtleDay Click To Tweet
14. National Flip Flop Day - 17th June
Each year on the third Friday in June, National Flip Flop Day encourages us to wear our favourite flip flops and show them off! It recognizes the footwear that makes a flip-flopping sound as we walk, slapping the back of our feet as we head to the beach or make our way to the pool. They come in all shades and colours, beaded, bejewelled, and bedazzled. Some are made of leather and cork.
The Brazilian Havaianas flip flops are the summer footwear choice of women all around the world. This is thanks to their combination of design and functionality. The ladies’ flip flops collection shows how comfort can be combined with the most stylish designs.
Why not celebrate National Flip Flop Day with a new pair? Go on and treat yourself to prepare for the Summer #FlipFlopDay Click To Tweet
15. International Sushi Day - 18th June
International Sushi Day on June 18 is the perfect excuse to tuck into the Japanese speciality. Sushi has become a global phenomenon over the past 30 years, after struggling to find a foothold in the west in the beginning. Raw fish didn’t initially sound appetizing to all cultures but we eventually realized that we were wrong and now we can’t get enough of it.
Supermarkets all over the world now have a fresh sushi counter - it’s come a long way in a short time!
International Sushi Day on June 18 is the perfect excuse to tuck into the Japanese speciality that has become a global phenomenon. Have you ever tried it? #SushiDay Click To Tweet
16. Father’s Day USA & UK - 19th June
Father’s Day is held on the third Sunday of June in the USA and the United Kingdom. It is a day to honour fathers and father figures, such as grandfathers and fathers-in-law. Many people make a special effort to visit their fathers or to send them a card or gifts.
It is held on different days all over the world but the most common date is the one in June.
Don't forget to celebrate and say thank you to your Dad this #FathersDay Click To Tweet
17. World Music Day - 21st June
World Music Day, also known as La Fête de la Musique, celebrates music in all its forms, and the importance of music in people’s lives. It is celebrated annually on the 21st June, during the summer solstice, with thousands of free public events taking place in over 700 cities.
World Music Day was officially launched in 1982, in France, and became a major world music event that’s now celebrated in over 120 countries every year. World Music Day
Celebrates music in all its forms, and the importance of music in people's lives on 21st June with thousands of free public events taking place in over 700 cities. #WorldMusicDay Click To Tweet
18. National Selfie Day - 21st June
National Selfie Day is June 21. Time to find the perfect angle, try out that new filter, and freshen up your socials! If you’re wearing a new favourite outfit or even just bored, it’s time to pull out that camera phone and proclaim, “Let me take a selfie.”
The world’s first selfie was taken by Robert Cornelius in 1834 using the daguerreotype method. This was the earliest form of photography utilizing natural light and silver transfers. Find out more about Selfie Day here.
Time to find the perfect angle, try out that new filter, and freshen up your socials - it's #SelfieDay! Click To Tweet
19. International Rosé Day - 24th June
Despite there being two other Rosé Days, Provence in France launched its own International Rosé Day on June 22, 2018. Every fourth Friday of June is designated as the day to celebrate pink wine around the world. Provence rosé is generally agreed to set the gold standard among producers around the globe. The Organisation International du Rosé was created to plan this event.
In France, the red wine grape varietals that make Rosé are Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Merlot, Malbec, Pinot Noir, and Syrah. Elsewhere, Rosé is also made from Tempranillo, Sangiovese and Zinfandel.
Every fourth Friday of June is designated as the day to celebrate Rosé wine around the world. Provence rosé is generally agreed to set the gold standard among producers #InternationalRoséDay Click To Tweet
20. Global Beatles Day - 25th June
Music lovers worldwide come together to celebrate Global Beatles Day on June 25. The occasion pays tribute to The Beatles, later known as ‘The Fab Four’, and their impact on music history and pop culture. Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison first recorded together as a foursome in 1962 - after producer George Martin fired original drummer Pete Best. The band’s work throughout the decade remains unparalleled in pop music.
Fun fact - Stuart Sutcliffe, the original bass guitarist and a friend of John Lennon, joined the band in 1960. He suggested the name Beatals as a tribute to Buddy Holly and the Crickets.
Fun fact - A friend of John Lennon, Stuart Sutcliffe, the original bass guitarist, joined the band in 1960 and suggested the name Beatals as a tribute to Buddy Holly and the Crickets. #BeatlesDay Click To Tweet
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