Thanksgiving Bullet Journal Ideas
Make it the best Thanksgiving holiday ever by using your bullet journal to help plan, organize, and celebrate the day.
I’ve rounded up lots of Thanksgiving spreads and ideas to help you prepare and enjoy the holiday.
My favorites are the Thanksgiving prep pages so be sure to check them out, especially if you are cooking this year!
Amber.journals created a Thanksgiving Day planner in her bullet journal. On the left side of this spread is a menu planner while the right side has a decor planner. The page is decorated with fall leaves and flowers for a festive look.
If you’re planning a big meal for Thanksgiving (I mean, who isn’t?), then you might want to add this fun page to your Thanksgiving/November pages. “Gobble ‘til you wobble” has been written in calligraphy while a fat Tom Turkey is pictured below.
Adriennelovesletters filled her bullet journal spread with a Thanksgiving planner. It includes the menu for appetizers, the main meal, and dessert. There’s also a prep schedule for the days leading up to Thanksgiving and a recap to record what worked and what to improve.
The entire spread is decorated in a lovely Thanksgiving theme with lots of cooking and holiday doodles.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to think about gratitude so why not count your blessings in your bullet journal? This page from mylifeinlowercase features a large Thanksgiving turkey and a personal gratitude list.
Planning for the Thanksgiving feast is a big undertaking especially if you have a lot of friends/relatives coming. Oak.tree.journaling takes the guesswork out of holiday planning with this Thanksgiving meal planner. There’s a chart with who brings what so that none of the holiday favorites are forgotten. As for her designated food to bring, there’s a list called “make on prep days.”
The Prep Days calendar helps break out jobs into achievable tasks.
If you have guests staying for the holiday, you know that Thanksgiving isn’t the only meal you’ll be preparing so she created an Other Meals calendar as well as Notes for Next Year.
Not only is this a handy spread to have, it’s also beautifully decorated with a Thanksgiving wreath and banners for each section.
For me, Thanksgiving is an entire week of planning and celebrating. It looks like lydbreck agrees with me. Her bullet journal weekly spread features large faux calligraphy lettering that says, “let the holidays begin.” There are Thanksgiving doodles, weekly trackers, tasks, and planning sections for each day of the week.
Jeneration.bujo created a dramatic Thanksgiving weekly spread with a large turkey drawing, hand lettering for each day of the week, and colorful dots in an autumn theme.
Celebrate the holiday in your bullet journal by creating a fun cover page. Using faux calligraphy, lettersbybrush made a colorful Thanksgiving page using orange and red markers as well as a black fine liner.
Plaidfuzz kicks off her Thanksgiving plans bullet journal spread with an adorable turkey. The page includes a menu, shopping list, incidentals, and cleaning plan.
Our final Thanksgiving spread is from kitsura.blooms. It’s a beautiful meal planning spread yet simple to create.
Will you be planning for Thanksgiving in your bullet journal this year? What ideas will you try?
I’d love to hear what layouts work best for you! Let me know in the comments below.