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January Bullet Journal Ideas
I can’t believe 2022 is almost here!
And that means it’s time to start planning your bullet journal themes and layouts for the New Year, so today I’m sharing my favorite January bullet journal ideas
So many different title pages that are sure to inspire you!
1 | Fireworks
I love this cover page with the word January surrounded by fireworks! It’s the perfect way to start your New Year off with a bang!
Fireworks found on Pinterest
If you want to use fireworks as your January theme you’ll want to watch this plan with me video to see how to add them to your layouts!
2 | Girl Floating in the Stars
Here’s a pretty inspiring cover page with a girl floating up through the clouds on a bunch of stars.
Girl Floating in the Stars by deeilustra
3 | Snowball
If you’re favourite thing about January is the snow you might want to try your own version of this fun snowball cover page!
Snowball found on Pinterest
4 | Winter Forest
There’s something quite serene about this snowy forest scene, and if you have a stressful January ahead it’s a good idea to have a calming cover page to look at.
Winter Forest by Tohsaka_
5 | Calendar Cover Page
If you like to have a mini calendar for the month then try this sweet cover page with a hanging calendar and a box of succulents underneath.
Calendar Cover Page by Artemis
6 | Hello January Snowflake
Say Hello January on your cover page with this pretty blue snowflake design.
Hello January Snowflake by Meow_Meow
7 | Hello January Snowman
Or how about saying Hello January with a cheerful snowman!
Hello January Snowman found on Pinterest
8 | Scrapbook Style Cover Page
How about a scrapbook style cover page, perhaps a vision board of the things you want to achieve in 2020.
Scrapbook Style Cover Page by Veronica Larsen
9 | Dreamcatcher Title Page
This pretty blue dreamcatcher design is a very peaceful way to start your year.
Dreamcatcher Title Page by isoldeineveryway
10 | Snowflake
Here’s a minimalist two page spread with the title page on the left and the monthly log on the right.
If you like to use a mood tracker in your journal you could totally use that snowflake if you added a mood key!
Snowflake by VASO
11 | Goals Cover Page
If you don’t feel confident drawing a large illustration on your cover page why not do this instead and use it for your monthly goals?
Goals Cover Page by Kate Louise
12 | Cover Page Dashboard
Here’s another example of how you can make your title page useful. This one has the goals section, but also important tasks and a calendar grid.
TOP TIP: We’ve found that the easiest way to draw calendar grids is to use stencil like this one.
Cover Page Dashboard by Colourful_Butterfly
13 | Winter Scene
If you love to paint in you bullet journal you should try replicating a winter forest scene like this one.
Winter Scene by lifeinabujo
14 | Cover Page with Quotes
Or how about a two page spread for your January cover page using your favourite quotes and images. I really like this mixed media approach to making a title page!
Cover Page with Quotes by Just Be You
15 | Full Moon
This illustration of the full moon is so serene, and there’s a handy calendar square underneath too.
Full Moon found on Pinterest
16 | Book Cover Page
If your goal for 2020 is to read more books how about a stack of books illustration like this one?
Book Cover Page by MyEverythingHoneymoon
17 | Snow Globe
I LOVE this snow globe idea with the floral elements and the gold lettering. I think this is the one I’m going to use for my January bullet journal cover page!
Snow Globe by oraarts
18 | Wooly Hat
And this doodle of a wooly hat is just totally adorable!
Wooly Hat by saratelka