Here are 30+ December Bullet Journal themes to put you in the Christmas spirit! Just read on to find the perfect idea to rock your Christmas Bullet Journal.
Christmas Is Upon Us
As we near the end of the year, you might be wondering about how you want to create your December bullet journal pages or even your Christmas bullet journal spreads. So today, I want to showcase some of my favorite ways to add some holiday cheer to your bullet journal! You can add a ton of December cheer with just a few simple elements. Here are 30+ amazing Christmas bullet journal ideas to get you excited for December!
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31 December Bullet Journal Ideas To Try
Introduce A Cute Doodle
This December cover page is so cute! Seeing it, I can’t help but get excited about the holiday season.
Add Some Metallic to Make Your Bullet Journal Sparkle
This is such an easy way to make your December bullet journal spread pop. I used my metallic Finetec watercolors, and I love how it turned out.
Imagine Living The Cabin Life
It’s always been a dream of mine to live in a cabin in the woods. The December bullet journal cover perfectly captures that cozy feeling!
Collect Some Christmas Doodles
Add a simple wash of a Christmas-y color. Then use a white gel pen to doodle some holiday-inspired cuteness for an easy but beautiful December bullet journal page!
Let The Snowflakes Fall
Imagine a white Christmas this year. This setup is perfect both for someone wanting a Christmas bullet journal theme or someone just wanting a simple December setup.
Have Yourself A Candy Cane
Nothing says Christmas quite like a delicious candy cane!
Add Some Frosty Watercolors
I love how this December bullet journal spread uses simple watercolors to capture the frosty beauty of December!
Introduce A Beautiful Wreath
You know what nearly everyone loves in a good December bullet journal spread? A wreath! A simple wreath is a great way to add a bit of color to your month without going over the top with a full Christmas theme.
Imagine A Winter Wonderland
When I think of the beauty of winter, I imagine a snowy forest with a beautiful stag in the snow. There’s nothing nobler or more peaceful than this king of the forest!
Reach For A Gingerbread Cookie
This classic Christmas theme is bound to make anyone sparkle with joy. Just looking at it makes me hungry!
Why Have Just A Cookie When You Can Have A Whole House?
Kick your December bullet journal up a notch with an entire gingerbread house. This spread is a bit more complicated, but it is sure to warm you up every time you look at it!
Light Up Your Journal
Adding a few candles to your December bullet journal will light up the spread and give you a nice touch of holiday spirit!
You Can Never Have Too Many Snowflakes
The weather outside is frightful, and the snow is falling. Capture the natural beauty of the frigid weather and include some lovely snowflakes in your December bullet journal.
Dangle A Few Christmas Ornaments
Decorate your bullet journal with a few cute ornament doodles this Christmas!
Relax In Front Of The Fireplace
Warm yourself up in front of the fire this Christmas!
Use Berries To Add Dashes of Color
The holidays are packed full of bright colors, but sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming. If you do not want your bullet journal completely decked out in holiday colors, try adding a few berries to add little dashes of color instead.
Capture The Winter’s Natural Beauty
If you’re not really feeling any Christmas bullet journal themes, just take a few minutes and look at all of the beauty nature has to offer. This spread by @isabelhoops is absolutely incredible, and is a perfect example of all the winter beauty out there!
Look To The Stars
I love the creativity of this December bullet journal! It is so unexpected, but still somehow captures the spirit of the holiday season.
Capture A Real Life Scene
Your Christmas bullet journal can be a great place to capture a memory or one of your favorite places. Alternatively, you can use it to help you envision what your perfect Christmas would look like.
Keep Your Colors Simple
I really enjoyed using a more muted color palette when creating this December bullet journal monthly spread.
Go All Out with Stars
A star does not only look great on top of your tree, but it can also fit perfectly in your December bullet journal!
Save Your Energy
Just because it’s the holidays does not mean you have to go crazy with your December spread. The holidays can be incredibly busy, so save some time and do a simple spread. A bit of color and a few doodles can go a long way.
Ignore The Holidays
Even if you are here for Christmas bullet journal ideas, you may want to consider some other options. As we move into December, the holidays are going to be everywhere. Once that happens, you may prefer not to have your bullet journal decked out in holiday colors.
Hang Some Ornaments
Ornaments are a great way to add a bit of color to your monthly layout.
Turn It Into A Tracker
Your December bullet journal does not have just to be a cover page. You can easily turn that cover page into a tracker or log!
Enjoy the Present
Nothing says Christmas like a tree and presents! So remind yourself of the joy to come and include them in your December bullet journal.
Add Cute Woodland Creatures
Think of cute bunnies, little birds, and other happy forest creatures as you create your December bullet journal spread!
Go With A Classic
Keep your bullet journal simple yet beautiful by including a nice hand-lettered header and a few doodles. I know this looks difficult, but creating a header like this is pretty simple. See how here.
Countdown To Christmas
Turn your Christmas bullet journal into a lovely countdown as you excitedly await the holidays!
Binge All Of Your Favorite Christmas Movies
Admit it; you’ve sat there for hours watching tons of Hallmark Christmas movies. It does not really matter if the movie is good — sometimes you just need to binge. So go ahead and use your bullet journal to track watch you’ve watched so you can pack in as much holiday goodness as possible.
Go Old Fashioned
Another gorgeous Christmas bullet journal from @isabelhoops. This one is just so lifelike that I had to include it!
Have Fun With Your December Bullet Journal
As you sit down to create your Christmas bullet journal, remember to have fun and not take it too seriously! This time of year can be stressful, and you want your bullet journal to be a source of productivity and comfort, not more stress. Use it to write lists, track the fun stuff, jot down the happy memories, and thoroughly enjoy all the abundance the holidays provide. Happy planning!
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