10 December Bullet Journal Ideas

10 Easy to Make December Spreads and Ideas for Your Bullet Journal

Decorating a bullet journal for the upcoming month is always a treat because it allows you to give your pages a fresh look.

You can plan each page differently or you can add a theme to all of the pages for consistency.

I’ve rounded up 10 December bullet journal ideas for you to try in your own bujo. There are intro pages, monthly and weekly calendar spreads and more.

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But before we get started on the list, here are some related posts you may enjoy for holiday bujo decorating.

10 December Bullet Journals

#1. Pine & Holly Cover Page

Let’s kick things off with this beautiful December cover spread from annamariabujo. She decorated the page with sprays of pine and holly and then added large red Christmas balls which dangle from the branches. One Christmas ball has To Do written on it for adding important tasks for the month. The page on the right has December written in large lettering and tucked under the branches.

This page is a lovely example of holiday red, green, and gold.

#2. Snow Globe Cover Page

Bulletjournal.r went a completely different direction for the December cover page. This blue and white themed page features a snow globe with a reindeer inside surrounded by swirls of snow. The month is written in calligraphy at the base of the globe.

#3. Santa Mood Tracker

Even your December mood tracker can have a holiday vibe like this one from bujo.huntress. Santa is made up of 31 shapes to be filled in for each day of the month. So cute!

#4. Snowflakes Cover Page

Journalwithkate created gorgeous wintry December cover page featuring snowflakes dangling from the top of the page. Using a range of blue Copic Markers, the snowflakes are filled in for an icy look. The month is written in calligraphy at the bottom of the page.

#5. Greetings from the North Pole

Here’s a really cute December cover page from squarelimedesigns. The page features a penguin at the North Pole. He’s wearing a Santa hat while standing in the snow. Below the penguin is a December monthly calendar at-a-glance for easy reference.

#6. The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Here’s a calendar and quote spread from the bulletjournal_b. The page on the left kicks things off with a holiday quote, “it’s the most wonderful time of the year.” The quote is surrounded by a strand of colorful Christmas lights. The page on the right features a December calendar and a box to write important dates. The rest of the page is decorated with holiday paper and washi tape.

#7. Holiday Weekly Spread

Unni.plans made a holiday inspired weekly spread. The page features various Christmas ornaments hanging from the tree. There’s one for each day of the week. The name of the week is written at the top of the ornament with space to record events, appointments, and tasks for each day.

#8. Dutch Door Weekly Spread

Here’s an elegant and easy to make Dutch door spread created by bujo.general. One page has been cut to reveal a December at-a-glance calendar while the other page shows a tasks section. This method of cutting off part of a page allows you to have more space for the week with important information visible at all times.

The spread itself is decorated with pretty vines and sprigs with green leaves and red berries.

Have you tried making a Dutch door in your bullet journal? Let me know in the comments.

#9. Monthly Self-Care Trackers

Don’t forget to make time to take care of yourself. A great way to do that is by adding self-care trackers in your bullet journal. They are a way of making time for yourself and do something to care for your body, mind, or well-being like these trackers by unni.plans. Her monthly trackers are all on one page for December and include sleeping mask, hair mask, nose pore mask, meditation, body scrub, and mask sheet. The page is adorned with lovely red Christmas balls dangling from the top of the page.

#10. December Calendars

I like this calendar page designed by un_tatuaje. There’s a traditional calendar layout at the top of the page for at-a-glance reference while a vertical calendar is written down the right side of the page for recording important events. The page also includes a task box and a next year planning box. Beautiful Christmas ornaments decorate the center of the page.

How will you decorate or setup your bullet journal pages for December? Will you incorporate any of these ideas? Let me know in the comments below.