This post is all about getting Christmas bullet journal ideas.
So for those of you who want to include holiday spirit within December bullet journal pages, here I listed some inspiration:
- December bullet journal cover ideas
- bujo theme ideas for December
- December monthly calendar
- monthly layouts
- weekly spreads
- habit tracker
- mood tracker
- Christmas doodles
- bullet journal collection ideas for Christmas
Also, you can find other creative bullet journal pages like for example count down to Christmas layout, bucket list, wishlists, holiday movie log, Christmas quotes, or in general Christmas plans.
Let’s dive right in!
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December Bullet Journal
As we approach the end of another wonderful month, it’s time to start thinking about what you want for your next bullet journal setup.
Although the November bullet journal was something between pumpkin spice latte and rainy days drawing, the December bujo theme is usually all about Christmas.
Undoubtedly, I can’t wait to start the holiday season while seeing all of these cute December bullet journal ideas.
December Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
With this in mind, here I put together a list of December bullet journal theme ideas.
And to be completely honest, for the most part, you’ll discover bujo Christmas ideas.
With that being said, feel free to choose one of the following December bullet journal themes:
- ugly sweater
- winter wonderland
- candy cane
- Christmas tree
- Santa Claus
- Christmas ornaments
Christmas Bullet Journal Layout Ideas
Although you can create your own December bullet journal layout ideas, the following examples should be of great inspiration for you to get started.
In other words, it’s time to show you some basic bullet journal layout inspiration for Christmas-themed December.
Christmas Bullet Journal Monthly Cover Ideas
Generally, I tend to like a more busy bullet journal cover.
For this reason, I find this gingerbread-themed bullet journal cover page amazing.
Moreover, imagine having all these gingerbread ornaments hanging on the Christmas tree.
December Bullet Journal Monthly Calendar
Another beautiful example of the December bujo page is the monthly calendar below.
On the left side, you can see a kind of bullet journal cover page with green, red Christmas ornaments, greenery, and snowflakes.
On the next page, there is a classic square calendar with a place for tasks.
Also, you can see a vertical monthly overview.
Additionally, the monthly layout is decorated with Christmas greenery and lights.
Christmas Bullet Journal Habit Tracker
When it comes to habit trackers, this one includes mini calendars with simple, one-line borders and Christmas doodles.
The entire page is covered by minimalist stars and dots.
December Bujo Mood Tracker
The next bullet journal layout is a mood tracker.
This time it’s a Christmas tree with ornaments, stars, small stars, and clouds.
Christmas Bujo Weekly Spreads
Last but not least, this bujo weekly spread with Christmas ornaments is a perfect example that you can freely use different colors than red and green.
Christmas Bullet Journal Doodles
Now, let’s start with learning how to draw some Christmas doodles.
Although creating these cute little drawings seems to be easy-peasy, in fact, I’m quite sure you’ll need to follow the step-by-step tutorials.
Especially, if you’re not an artist.
Luckily, there’s plenty of talented bullet journalists who kindly want to share with you and me magic recipes on how to create Christmas doodles.
Step By Step Christmas Doodles
First and foremost, these mini doodle tutorials show how to draw easily gifts, candles, bells, Santa Claus hats, and Christmas holly.
Along with this, the color palette you see is pretty basic but stunning.
Basically, you use three colors: yellow, red, and green.
And it’s enough to get the Christmas spirit.
How To Draw Christmas Doodles
Another example of Christmas doodles is these cute candles, a teddy bear, a candy cane, a gift bag, and again a red floppy hat worn by Santa.
In this case, colors like red, green, and blue are more muted.
Definitely, it gives you more rustic vibes.
Step By Step Holiday Gnom Anisse
For those of you who are more in Nordic style, this little gnom doodle is a brilliant way to incorporate your aesthetic into bullet journal pages.
This awesome how-to-draw tutorial shows you how to do it.
Also, I love the simplicity of design and vivid green and red colors.
How To Doodle Snowflakes
Alternatively, you may choose snowflake doodles.
Not only it’ll give you this magic Winterland vibe but also you can unleash your creativity here by coming up with your own designs.
Holiday Wreath Doodle
Last but not least, creating a simple Christmas wreath doodle is also a great way to decorate your bullet journal pages for Christmas.
Also, you can use this basic design as a bullet journal header for bujo weekly spreads or even as a banner.
Christmas Bullet Journal Headers
Speaking of bullet journal headers, here are examples of how you can add Christmas magic to bujo headings, banners, dates, titles, and dividers.
Bullet Journal Christmas Borders
Additionally, bullet journal Christmas doodles you’ve just seen can be used as borders.
Obviously, first, you have to minimize and multiplication them, but after that, you’re able to decorate your spreads with amazing Christmas borders.
Bullet Journal Christmas Header Ideas
Along with this, Christmas doodles can be used as a part of a header design.
Just put the name of the day or simple date and suddenly your page will be taken to completely another (Christmas) level.
Winter | Christmas Headers
Let’s not forget about Christmas lettering.
Either you decorate the basic letters with a festive pattern or you go for fancy script brush lettering.
Christmas Bullet Journal Collection Ideas
Before you see basic bullet journal page ideas for Christmas such as monthly spreads or habit trackers, I want to start with the creative ones.
As a rule, the holiday season is one, if not the most exciting time throughout the entire year.
For this reason, you may want to extend your bujo to other Christmas collections like a count down to Christmas layout, bucket list, wishlists, holiday movie log, Christmas quotes.
Bullet Journal Count Down to Christmas Layout
Undoubtedly, counting down to Christmas is an unquestionable tradition.
At least, in my family.
With this in mind, I love the idea of setting up a bullet journal count down to a Christmas layout.
This one below is all about different gift wrapping ideas.
Bujo Advent Calendar
Similar to the previous Christmas bullet journal inspiration, this time all you need to do is to fill in cute, little windows in a small mountain village.
Bullet Journal Christmas Bucket List
Along with this, there’s no better way to spend the holiday season than by doing some fun activities like decorating your home, reading a book, going ice skating, or watching Christmas movies.
Bullet Journal Holiday Movie Log
Speaking of watching Christmas movies, another great idea for bullet journal pages is a holiday movie log.
Quite frankly, I love the list below with “Love Actually” or “The Royal Wedding” on it.
Bullet Journal Wishlist
Also, you can put down your wishlist in your bujo.
For me, it’s usually a bullet journal wishlist.
Because what’s the better gift for bullet journalists than some new bujo supplies and accessories?
Bullet Journal Christmas Quote
Along with this, you may want to elevate your Christmas bujo spreads with quotes.
I just adore this advice from a snowman.
Definitely, it’s one of the funniest things I’ve ever read.
Bujo Christmas Gifts
If you’re a planning type of bullet journalist, you’ll want to have this spread in your bujo for sure.
Unquestionably, it’s so useful page when it comes to putting Christmas gift ideas for family and friends.
Planning Christmas Bujo Spreads
Additionally, if you host a Christmas party this year, you’ll need this bujo layout.
Basically, it’s a to-do list with tasks that need to be done.
Christmas Bullet Journal Ideas – Final Thoughts
As you can see, you’ve plenty of options to choose from when it comes to the Christmas bullet journal.
I hope you got some bullet journal inspiration and currently, your head is full of new, creative Christmas bullet journal ideas.
With this in mind, good luck and have yourself a little merry Christmas.