December Bullet Journal Set Up

A December bullet journal cover page. Christmas doodles imaging the shape of a bauble with gold and green washi tape.

We are in the final month of 2019 and Christmas is just around the corner, so it is time for a December bullet journal spread. My bullet journal will be really useful in planning Christmas presents for my loved ones and content for my blog this month, this allows me to stay organised and hopefully means a stress free December for me.

I have enjoyed creating bullet journal spread again and have loved getting more creative as the months have passed. Apart from December being a time for Christmas, it is also the build up for a new year, January means a new bullet journal, fresh pages and the chance to develop creative designs.

Here are my pages for my December bullet journal:

December cover page

This was a fun page to design, I love the little doodles inside of the bauble. It is not difficult to design and can be easily replicated. The use of colours make the design really Christmassy.

A December bullet journal cover page. It is Christmas doodles in the shape of a bauble with green and gold washi tape on the bottom of the page.\

Habit tracker

For my habit tracker I incorporated a Christmas theme and have the habits in baubles hanging from the top of the page. This month I have only including a few that are going to be the most important for this month. I used the same festive colours throughout this months spread, as it is Christmas.


Mood tracker

December’s mood tracker I used a design that looks like Christmas lights, I found this design of mood tracker on Pinterest also by Wellella. I will colour in each bulb with the colour that I have correlated to that mood. I have liked having a record of my moods for each month, this is  great way to track my mental health habits. I experimented with different lettering during this set up.

A mood tracker on a bullet journal page with Christmas lights and green and gold washi tape

Blog statistics

I kept the blog statistics page quite simplistic with a simple design. I like to have a page to keep all my records of my blog statistics, I have been recording them for months and it is is great to be able to track the progress that I have made.

A blog statistics page with red and orange baubles on dot grid paper.

Weekly spread

I designed double page spreads for my weekly spreads in December. Using a bauble design to be able to record my to-do lists is a way I haven’t designed before. I designed some tree branches so it looked like the baubles were hanging from the tree. I used festive colours to bring a Christmassy feel to the spread. I used the same washi tapes layered throughout the spreads to add decoration and texture to each page.

A double page weekly spread with baubles and tree branches and gold and green washi tape.

What is your theme for December in your bullet journal? I’d love to hear in the comments.

65 thoughts on “December Bullet Journal Set Up

  1. This is a really beautiful spread and I love the fact that you’ve used such simple designs. I can’t draw much but I think these are pretty easy to do and I will definitely be using them in my journal!

  2. You have captured the seasonal mood so well; I love the orange and yellow colors that remind me of Thanksgiving and all the cute little ornaments! The opening picture with the month’s name touched me the most.

  3. I love your December bullet journal setup! The decorations around the word are so cute!! I love the trackers you’ve set up as well. December is perfect because all of the festivities give a lot of opportunities for layout ideas. Thanks for sharing!

    Nancy β™₯

  4. I love it. There’s a lot going on without it looking too cluttered or busy. I have used washi tape in my bullet journals but mostly just on the cover. My journal is mostly just used as a planner so I’ve gotten away from actually decorating it, but I love to see what others come up with to fill their pages each month.

  5. Your artistic designs are so beautiful. I wish I could draw as you do. I love the December Christmas ornament with the house doodle.

    I like to put stickers in my planner. Some doodles but not a lot.

  6. This layout is absolutely gorgeous! Amanda Rach Lee is one of my all-time favourite YouTubers to watch – and I don’t even have a bullet journal. The mood tracker is definitely my favourite spread, this month’s theme is making me feel so festive already! xx
    El //

  7. Your bullet journal is so beautiful. I’m always tempted to try it but I feel a bit like it would make me less productive rather than more, so if I did it would have to be as an old style diary journal but with a bullet journal aesthetic.

  8. Your December theme is so cute!! I haven’t set up my December spread yet, but I might go for a winter forest theme like the one AmandaRachLee has gone for this month. So many choices!!

  9. I love love the look and creativity! It resembles the Christmas holiday. I have been wanting to start a bullet journal myself but don’t know where or how to start. Thanks for sharing!

    Kendra | Self-Care Overload

  10. AmandaRachLee has such beautiful bujo designs and I love her videos! Your December set up is really pretty and this is such a great month for designs as it’s the festive month! I’d be so happy if I could draw this well haha. Thank you for sharing, I’m so happy to see this and hope you had a great year!


  11. I absolutely love your spread for this month – your BuJo spreads are always so pretty but this is def my favourite! I especially love the title page and the mood tracker. I found a really good guide for some little Christmas doodles on Pinterest so I’ve been adding those around mine this month! Xx

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