With Autumn well underway, here are 20 charming fall bullet journal monthly spread layouts you’ll totally want to steal. So grab your bujo and let’s get to journaling!
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I love this bullet journal monthly cover page from @sammy.bujo. It’s so simple and instantly brightens up any bullet journal. While Tombow brush pens are great for this design, you can use any washable markers, like Crayola, to get a watercolor effect.
How cute is this peachy bullet journal monthly cover page? Colored pencils are so underrated in bullet journals and they have no reason to be!
This bullet journal monthly calendar has got it all. The mini calendar habit trackers fit neatly into a single page, making it a breeze to stay on track. It’s hard not to have an amazing month with this #superfunctional bullet journal spread.
This stippling design is the perfect bullet journal monthly cover page for minimalists.
These doodles are so cute, you’re going to want them all over your bujo. Deconstructed, these drawings are super easy to make so don’t be afraid to give this monthly cover a try.
Galaxy in a Cup
Need a cup of tea for comfort? This monthly cover will get you in the coziest mood for fall.
Washi Tape City Skyline
Ah… The amazing world of washi. Vicki cut up her washi tape for this super chic design and I personally think it’s brilliant!
Explore different uses for mildliners with this cute chevron monthly page design.
Here’s another awesome idea crafted with Tombow brush pens, but colored pencils would work just as well. Just be sure to blend them with a bit of solvent. #adultcoloring101
Dia De Los Muertos October
This bullet journal monthly cover is major Coco vibes.
Here’s a cute monthly cover you can create for any month of the year.
For a more festive October cover page, doodle these three friendly ghosts.
A crescent moon would totally complete this already perfect monthly cover!
Recreate this awesome bat cover for October.
Short and Sweet
Whether you’re short of time or aiming for a minimalist cover page, this design’s the one.
Draw this simple skyline and leave the highlights blue or go wild with a rainbow!
The Metallic Minimalist
This is one of my go-to monthly cover pages. It’s super chic and really easy to complete in a matter of minutes.
Space Themed October
Here’s another example that the prettiest doodles are the simplest.
Here’s a monthly cover page to get some lettering practice in.
Soft kitty, warm kitty
Little ball of fur
Happy kitty, sleepy kitty
Purr, purr, purr
That’s really all that comes to mind when I look at this. 😊