Plan ahead with these amazing Christmas bullet journal ideas so you can stress less and enjoy the wonderful season.
Hooray! It’s Christmas time – the season of snow, glitter, and gifts!
It’s the perfect time to turn your bullet journal into a whole new holiday version.
We’ve been sniffing around the Internet and rounded up these amazing Christmas bujo spread ideas and super cute winter doodles.
We’ve put these Christmas bullet journal page ideas into 6 categories. Click on any of them below to skip to what you are looking for or keep scrolling for inspiration.
Table of content
- December monthly/daily spread ideas
- Christmas bucket list bujo pages
- Christmas mood trackers
- Plan ahead with bullet journal
- Christmas advent calendar and activities
Amazing Christmas bullet journal ideas
December monthly spread ideas
December is the best month of the year – we all agree on that, right? To celebrate this incredible month, here are some December monthly bujo spreads to give you some ideas.
Let’s start with this cute and practical spread, shall we? December can be an exciting and chaotic month. But @chardangerfield.art makes it less intimidating by listing important dates on the monthly spread. This way you’ll have a clear idea in terms of scheduling and planning.
And this festive page! I love how beginner-friendly this spread is. Yet the Christmas doodles and typography give the bujo a holiday makeover. I am starting to practice drawing those bulbs right now.
Write down everything you love about Christmas and create your own bullet journal Christmas tree:
Grab yourself a cup of tea because we are onto more amazing December monthly spread ideas like this one:
Christmas bucket list bujo ideas
Create a page for your Christmas bucket list and never miss anything awesome this season has to offer:
December mood tracker bujo pages
The holiday season has a lot to love and hate. When we are running out of time making the final dash of year-end project and holiday purchase, our stress level can skyrocket.
If that sounds like you, keeping a mood tracker will be helpful to keep your sanity through the holiday chaos. Here are some of the best mood-trackers for Christmas.
Plan ahead with Christmas bullet journal
Have a friend that also loves bullet-journaling as you do? Here’s a list of bullet journal stocking stuffers that anyone would love.
Don’t forget to make plans ahead so when Santa is in town, you’ll have everything scheduled out.
Keep a list of gifts ideas of what to buy. Plan ahead and order so you can save more and spend less.
If you are going back home or going out traveling during the Christmas holiday, don’t forget to make a packing list and to-do list.
What are your favorite Christmas movies? If you are like me, watching Home Alone every year, let’s make a Christmas movie list ahead this year!
I love @dutch_dots‘s idea of creating a column for ratings. At the end of the year, we can share with friends and family the movies we love.
Christmas bullet journal daily spreads
This spread from @lightplans might not be a traditional daily spread. It’s more of a routine tracker with room to wiggle. Holiday seasons can be a little crazy, and strick routines are hard to follow.
This winter rhythm page provides another method of staying self-discipline without stressing out.
Christmas advent calendar
Do you enjoy these Christmas bujo ideas?
I hope you find some of these spread ideas helpful. Which page are you adding to your bujo this year? Tell me about it in the comment!