Top 10 Themes For December In Your Bullet Journal

Posted by Hayley Remde on

Hey again! It’s Hayley here (@hayleyremdeart on Instagram), and today I’m going to show you 10 amazing themes bullet journalists used for their December spreads in 2019, to hopefully give you some inspiration for this year!

I always struggle to think of new themes, especially towards the end of the year. So I thought I'd show you what I found on my hunt for December themes. If you need inspiration too, keep on reading!

Recommended Supplies:

  • Archer and Olive Journal – As always, it will be no surprise to you that my pick is the Archer and Olive Journal. The lovely and thick pages have no bleeding or ghosting, so you get a clean start for every project spread! Also, it means you can decorate the spread without worrying about it.
  • Pencil – To carefully plan out your ideas so you can make sure your spread has everything you need.
  • Decorative Touch (optional) – This could be anything from washi to acrylographs, or of course, nothing! I usually like to add a personal touch to my spreads so they’re more fun to use and look at.

 

Disclaimer: These posts are in no particular order. Also, I tried to look for a good variety of styles so you can hopefully find something that fits your bujo!

 

1. NABAA | @WHIMSICAL.DOODLES

Moon night spread 

[Image credit: @whimsical.doodles on Instagram]

This gorgeous night sky and moon theme by Nabaa is perfect for the cold, dark December nights!

 

2. ELIZABETH | @ELIZABETHTURN

Tree decoration spread 

[Image credit: @elizabethturn on Instagram, Plant Based Bride on YouTube]

One thing I really associate with December is pine trees. This stunning theme by Elizabeth really captures them perfectly!

 

3. CAM | @_COFFEEANDSARCASM_

 bauble spread

[Image credit: @_coffeeandsarcasm_ on Instagram]

I absolutely love this abstract bauble theme by Cam. It's perfect for December and you could make them in your style with almost any medium!

 

4. STINA | @SUPERMASSIVEBLACKINK

Snowflake spread 

[Image credit: @supermassiveblackink on Instagram]

Don't we all wish for snow in December? If so, you will love Stina's snowflake theme!

 

5. RACHEL | @RACHELMAYPLANS

 song spreads

[Image credit: @rachelmayplans on Instagram]

Rachel has the amazing idea for a theme by bringing the Twelve Days Of Christmas song to life. Now I have this song stuck in my head!

 

6. ANNIE | @AJOURNALBYANNIE

 Poinsettia theme

[Image credit: @ajournalbyannie on Instagram]

Annie used the official flower of December for her theme, and it's absolutely stunning!

 

7. ISABEL | @ISABELHOOPS

 Owl spread

[Image credit: @isabelhoops on Instagram]

There's something about owls that are really wintery to me. And the way Isabel created this spread is so perfect for December! 

 

8. JULIA | @JULIA.PEZOWICZ

 doodle Christmas spread

[Image credit: @julia.pezowicz on Instagram]

Julia created the perfect December theme, with doodles of everything winter and Christmas!

 

9. HANNAH | @HANNAHMARIAPLANS

 Cosy cabin spread

[Image credit: @hannahmariaplans on Instagram]

This cosy cabin spread that Hannah created last year is the perfect December theme. I just want to climb into this painting for the whole of winter!

 

10. LETIZIA | @BUJOANDCOOKIES

 wreath spread

[Image credit: @bujoandcookies on Instagram]

Finally, for December, a wreath is always a winner! This one by Letizia is absolute perfect. 

 

11. HAYLEY | @HAYLEYREMDEART

 Wintery northern lights

[Image credit: @hayleyremdeart on Instagram]

Ok I just had to squeeze mine as a bonus spread here on the end here because I absolutely loved my theme from December 2019. I did I cute snowy northern lights theme with penguins and polar bears. Definitely more on the arty side, but if you're back in lockdown like me it's time to dig out the paints and have some fun creating December spreads!

 

Hopefully I’ve given you some inspiration to get planning December! If I have and you decide to post your spreads online, make sure to credit the original artist (accounts are all linked in the credits). Also, I would love to see your creations too, so tag me on Instagram (@hayleyremdeart) and use #hayleyremdeinspired to get the chance to get your creations featured in my stories!