Winter Bucket List Bullet Journal Spread - With FREE Coloring Printable!
Hello everyone! Erin Floto of @erinflotodesigns (on all social media) here to hop straight into winter with a winter bucket list! I’ll be sharing some inspiration for winter time pages, as well as introducing a fun winter bucket list concept - bucket list coloring page! I’m providing all of you with a freebie printable with some common winter bucket list items as a coloring page! Once you complete the activity, you can color in that portion of the coloring page. Hopefully by the end of the year, you are able to have a fun and colorful page full of memories from your winter activities.
Recommended Bullet Journaling Supplies:
- Archer and Olive Notebook
- Hard tip brush pen or regular black pen and pencil
- Colorful markers, Acrylographs, or paints if you want them!
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One of the easiest ways to get inspiration for a bucket list is to look online! I love looking at bullet journal themes because there are often winter activities that get thrown in with winter-time themes. Not only are there so many amazing snow bucket list opportunities, but there are so many family time bucket list items you can add since there are so many amazing spiritual holidays which can lead to a lot of inspiration!
Good news, there are TONS of bucket lists out there to draw inspiration from. Here are a few that just make me ready to cuddle up, make snowmen, and light up my fireplace.
One of the things I personally love to do is to get crafty during the holidays. There are so many opportunities when decorating a tree, your house, wrapping presents, or getting crafty with your family. Every year when I grew up, my mom and I would handmake a new ornament every year for our family, friends, and for our own tree. I still have the walnut mice ornaments we made 15 or so years ago. So I personally love to add crafting ornaments to my winter bucket list!
For me, there is nothing better than traveling for the holidays. That may mean visiting family, heading to a remote cabin in the woods, spending the evening at a ski resort, or maybe winter isn’t *really* your thing and you’d like to head south. Personally, I’ll be adding a cabin visit in my winter bucket list.
After gathering all of that inspiration, I felt ready to make a coloring page. Once I complete an activity, I will color in that portion of the activity. I’ve decided to add the following activities to my winter bucket list:
- Travel to a cabin
- Make homemade snickerdoodles and gingerbread men
- Craft an ornament
- Make a snowman
- Make hot chocolate on the stovetop
- Send cards to my favorite people
- Decorate my house
- Go skiing or sledding
Here is a video of me sketching out the plans for the coloring page! I hope this provides some ideas about how you can either create your own coloring page or even add to the freebie that I’ve provided in this blog!
Thank you so much for reading and I hope that this guide provided helpful some amazing bucket list inspiration! Tag me @erinflotodesigns and @archerandolive if you use the coloring page printable! I would love to see the creations you make with it! Have a great one, bye!