Fall Bullet Journal Ideas
This post is all about different sorts of fall bullet journal-themed spreads you can try out. There are different categories of fall items, and even some that we made over here at PrintablesBuzz. This is all about finding some inspiration if you’re a little stuck on what you want to go with this fall. We have spread with fall holidays, fall leaves, and even just some warm coffee. With all of our different spreads, you’re guaranteed to find something you like.
Fall Bullet Journal Themed Spreads
We are finally to the part that you have all been waiting for, and that is the fall bullet journal spreads! You don’t have to start from the beginning, of course, go to the specific theme that you like more if you know what you are looking for.
Fall Leaves Bullet Journal Theme
For the fall leaves spread there is a cover page, monthly spread, habit tracker, mood tracker, and weekly spread. This habit tracker has eight different habits, and the weekly spread has a time-blocking aspect to it.
This cover page is the start of the fall spreads, and I like the quote that we chose to go along with it. I’ll also be using this square theme for my bullet journal again at some point.
The monthly page carries on the fall theme. I tried something different with the monthly spread than how I usually set it up. With the boxes not right next to each other, and the goals and tasks list to the right this time.
The next page is the habit tracker which is quite basic. It’s similar to the other habit trackers I have made and use regularly. I tried adding a little bit to the title this time with the arrows, and I think it turned out well. I would like to take credit for that idea, but I found it on Pinterest.
The mood tracker did take quite a long time but ended up looking good in my opinion. Also, if you’re a quick drawer it will take someone else a lot less time than it took me because I’m still a bit slow at drawing plus I’m a perfectionist. So at least to say, I took my time on this page.
I LOVE this weekly spread. I figured I would try something different with the timeline. I’m always trying different planning methods, and I tried time blocking for a while, and I figured some of you out there might want to as well. This is how I set up most of my weekly schedules when I was using the time-blocking method because it also gave me a place to write down the big “to-dos” I needed to get done that day, and a place to put when I wanted to get those tasks done.
Halloween Fall Bullet Journal Theme
This is the spread that I made back in October for a Halloween-themed spread. There’s also an extra spread from Rae at Rae’s Daily Page that I took a little bit of Inspiration from in one of her spreads.
This cover page for Halloween was my favorite spread for my Halloween theme. It was so fun to draw and make. I will admit, the title was a bit difficult, but I think it was worth it in the end. For most of the doodles in these next few spreads, I have tutorials on how to draw in our Halloween doodles post.
I think my favorite part of this page was the title. It was so fun to make, and it turned out looking so cool and even better than I imagined it would.
The habit tracker is similar to the one above for the fall leaves, but with different drawings. It’s very simple to draw and use. The mood tracker was also another time-consuming one, but it looks so fun to use.
Last, of all, this is the weekly spread that I made. I tried to include as many of the doodles as I could, so it’s a little cluttered, but obviously, you can change that as you want.
Photo Credit: @Rae’s Daily Page on Pinterest
I got a bit of inspiration from this photo for my monthly spread if you couldn’t tell. I used the web in the background of the title but used a different title myself.
Harry Potter Fall Bullet Journal Theme
I know Harry Potter doesn’t purely take place during the fall, but it’s always given me cozy fall or winter feels. Plus, who doesn’t love Harry Potter? (If you do please don’t tell me).
This Harry Potter spread is a mood tracker based on quills. It doesn’t necessarily mean Harry Potter, but that’s where I got the inspiration from.
Photo Credit: @vincendit on Instagram
This Harry Potter journal spread is nice and simple. I also like the little days of the week letter hanging from the deathly hallows; I think that’s such a neat little touch.
Coffee Fall Bullet Journal Theme
Now coffee isn’t just for fall time. However, the nice warm coffee looks, with the warm color tones, definitely scream fall to me.
Photo Credit: @bujomitch on Instagram
As I said before. The steam coming from the warm coffee just screams fall to me. Tell me in the comments if you disagree with me!
Photo Credit: @stick.with.kate on Instagram
This one is SO beautiful but requires some art skills (or some stickers if you’re like me). I might try this version of a habit tracker next time though. It looks like it would take a lot less time to set up, but with a similar way of using it.
Mushroom Fall Bullet Journal Theme
Okay, this one I don’t expect any fights on this. Mushrooms are such a fall theme, and they are so cute. Also, some of them are SO easy to draw that anyone can do it. So if you’re looking for something easy, this might be the one for you.
Photo Credit: @wildeyesbujo on Instagram
For instance, these mushrooms look so good, but are also so easy to draw! It’s nice and simple, and the leaves to the side are a nice touch.
Photo Credit: @baobujo on Instagram (page no longer available).
I like this weekly spread for this mushroom bullet journal theme. I would use some stickers on the side for this one because of A. it’s quicker, and B. I know it will look good that way.
Fox Fall Bullet Journal Theme
I always enjoy the bullet journal spreads I see with the little wildlife around them. I am an animal lover, and if you’re anything like me these spreads might be for you.
Photo Credit: @lvc_kreativplaner on Instagram
Before you think it, no they did not spell October wrong. This person just speaks a different language. (Don’t worry I thought they did too). This person is very talented with what I’m assuming are watercolors though. It looks absolutely stunning.
Photo Credit: @meghanmakingstuff on Instagram
This one is much more simple and only includes one fox. And for us perfectionists that aren’t natural-born artists that’s much more manageable.
Thanksgiving Fall Bullet Journal Theme
Thanksgiving is such an underrated holiday. I think dedicating a spread to it is cool.
Photo Credit: Unclear
For some reason, there weren’t as many Thanksgiving spreads it seems as the other themes. I like it though.
Pumpkin Fall Bullet Journal Theme
Pumpkins are actually what I did for my November theme in my bullet journal this past month. I think pumpkins are one of the more simple themes for fall.
Photo Credit: @Karlyn Deberry on Instagram
I’ve never done a weekly spread laid out like this one. I like it though, might be something I try. The doodles look simple enough, but they seem to fill up the page quite nicely.
Photo Credit: @kathrinerostrupdoodles on Instagram
I like the simplicity of this one. Putting the doodles down the middle isn’t something I think I ever would’ve tried if I didn’t see this photo. This makes me want to try it a lot.
Photo Credit: @pitbujo on Instagram
These fall spreads have made me want to try watercolors. Maybe not in my bullet journal yet, but in general. This pumpkin spread is so pretty.
Back to School Bullet Journal Theme
I know some people go back to school before fall starts, but fall personally reminds me of the beginning of school.
Photo Credit: @hayleyremdeart on Instagram
This spread also has a video tutorial on Instagram if that helps you more. I like this little overview of classes. I could see this being very helpful, especially at the beginning of the semester.
Photo Credit: @nohnoh.studies
I’ve set up a study schedule before, so I don’t know if this is a “good one” necessarily. However, I like the schedule of when things are due, I like the setup she has. I’m not sure if it’s that realistic though. I’ve never had such few assignments in a semester, so you might need some more room if you’re schedule has more.
Our Favorite Fall Bullet Journal Supplies
We like these bullet journals because they are an inexpensive option for beginners in bullet journaling.
These mildliners have great pigment and have two sides to them. Plus they come in a lot of different colors.
These pens are erasable and great for beginners, or perfectionists that need to erase a lot (speak from experience on that one).
We don’t personally use the markers a lot but they are still a great choice if you want some different kinds of supplies.
There are also highlighters and there is a bigger pack if you want more colors. These are an option if you would prefer the erasable still and don’t want the mildliners.
These fall stickers are super cheap off of amazon and they’re so cute. They also have different sorts of themes just like we do in this post.
Hopefully, in this post you found some fall inspiration for your September, October, or November spread this fall, or at least now have a theme in mind!
Let us know down below if you like one of these and if you’re going to use them! Also, let us know if there’s a fall spread that we missed! We’re always looking for more inspiration ourselves!
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