Hello there! This is my December bullet journal and Christmas planner all in one! Get this free printable December calendar and monthly planner for your Christmas ideas. Download now or save on Pinterest for later or use this as an inspiration for your own December bullet journal or Christmas planner.
I was very excited to prepare my December bullet journal because I love Christmas so much! When we were growing up, my mom and dad makes sure that each Christmas Day is special. Now it’s our turn to do the same for the little ones in the family. I made this Christmas planner so I can start planning what will happen before and during Christmas Day!
Print out the A4 size pages on A4 paper or fit to an A5 paper and add them to your planner, or make your own Christmas planner book. I also uploaded the file that you can print on A4 size paper, then cut the paper in half to make A5 planning pages.
Lastly, I uploaded my December bullet journal so you can also print them out and make your own December calendar and Christmas planner!
These files are larger than the actual paper size, so make sure to drop by our printing instruction pages by clicking HERE.
December Bullet Journal Pages
Christmas Planner Cover
For this month, I choose the colors red and green for more holiday cheer! The planner cover resembles a Christmas gift wrapping paper with the letters of December on it. If you want to use this for your own projects, just click and save the image below.
December Monthly Spread
For my December bullet journal, I decided to make a monthly spread instead of a small calendar. That way, I can fit all the important dates inside. So far, I already have 4 reunions scheduled outside of the holidays!
I also added space for notes, monthly goals, and my December wishlist. I’m so excited to put check marks on all of them!
Things To Do Before Christmas And On Christmas Day
This is my favorite page of all, and I love the labels on this page! For this December planner, I added dot paper on the spaces so I can easily write on them.
You can use this space for more detailed Christmas planning even for your Christmas buffet. You can also write decorations to put up, or what to wear on your Christmas party.
Christmas Gifts List
List down your gifts list and how much each would cost you. This is perfect for setting your budget for gift-giving. For the past years, I’ve been buying my gifts on Christmas Day and I was so stressed! This year, I plan to prepare earlier by planning and buying them on an earlier date.
Weekly Planner Pages
I really love the Christmas theme for this month, but of course I must still have a lot of pages for my other tasks, blogging and business. I still have my dotted weekly planner, with labels for goals, tasks, expenses, and space for my trackers. I love the Christmas balls for each day and the gifts icons. Most especially, I added my quote for Christmas.
The best gift you can give is TIME.
This will remind me to spend more time with family and friends in the midst of this very busy month. I was looking into starting another business and take advantage of the Christmas rush. However, I knew that it will take a lot of time, so I decided to postpone it for next year.
More Planner Pages!
As always, I included a blank dotted page and a 31-day list for other bullet journal layouts. You can use these for your monthly overview, gratitude journal, habit tracker, grocery list and menu planner!
DOWNLOAD AND PRINT YOUR CHRISTMAS PLANNER NOW OR SAVE IT ON PINTEREST FOR LATER!
Here are the links to click to download and print now. You can also save this on Pinterest and add it to your inspiration for your Christmas planner or December bullet journal! We really appreciate it when you share.
You can also make your A5 mini planner by printing on A4 paper and then cutting the pages in half. I prepared the next file so that you can make 2 planner pages on one sheet of A4 paper.
PRINT OUT YOUR OWN DECEMBER BULLET JOURNAL!
Lastly, you can assemble my December bullet journal for your personal use! Here are the steps:
Print pages 1 and 2 back to back, pages 3 and 4 back to back, and so on.
Assemble the pages by following the numbered pages 1 to 9.
Cut in half or fold and staple to make a booklet. Click here to watch a video on how to make a booklet.
ALL 3 FILES are larger than the actual paper size, so make sure to drop by our printing instruction pages by clicking HERE.
Enjoy and have a wonderful December!