Christmas Bullet Journal Bucket List Ideas

With the holiday season upon us, let’s talk about Christmas-themed Bullet Journal page ideas you can add to your journal!

In this post, we’ll be talking specifically about a Christmas bucket list, and I can’t wait for you to see the amazing pages I found.

I love creating bucket lists. For me, it’s a great way to keep the spice of life.

It’s so easy to get sucked into a routine and just keep on doing the same thing. Then one day you wake up, and you miss all the fun things you could’ve been doing.

All simply because you’re too tired to think of those things and just want a simple solution, like a couch and Netflix.

Does that sound relatable? It happened to me more than once until I discovered the bucket list!

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What Is A Bucket List

I think by now, we all probably know what’s a bucket list. It’s a list of things we want to do. Easy as that.

And yet, it’s a very powerful tool to bring more happiness to your life.

A bucket list reminds us of the fun things we love to do. That way, you won’t need to spend any energy trying to devise a plan for the weekend – just look at the bucket list and choose an activity.

It also helps you make your life more exciting and fun because it pushes you to do things you usually wouldn’t do. And those experiences are the best!

Cutie Little Christmas Bullet Journal Ideas | Masha Plans

You can make a bucket list for anything. It can be seasonal, like a Fall Bucket List or Spring Bucket List, or it can be a life bucket list or a holiday-themed one, like the ones in this post.

Today we are talking about the Christmas bucket list, so let’s see what things you can add.

Christmas Bucket List Ideas

The idea behind a bucket list is for you to choose the things you love doing.

But at the same time, it can be very difficult.

The other day my friend asked me to describe my perfect day. It included me working and walking with the puppy. She was in shock!

I didn’t include any meetings with friends or cocktails on the beach. Why? Because my brain is so used to the routine, I have right now that I didn’t even consider these things an option.

So that’s why here I’ll start by giving you a tiny list of different things you can do for Christmas. Maybe some of these are the ones you love doing. And if not – at least they will jolt your brain to think outside the box.

  • Make a gingerbread house
  • Have hot cocoa with marshmallows
  • Christmas playlist
  • Watch Christmas movies
  • Go caroling
  • Kiss under the mistletoe
  • Christmas nails
  • Go ice skating
  • Get an ugly Christmas sweater
  • Random act of kindness
  • Build a snowman
  • Leave cookies for Santa
  • Make a garland
  • Roast chestnuts
  • Make an advent calendar

Hopefully, these few ideas left you imagining how your perfect holiday season looks, so let’s dive into different bucket list inspirations.

Christmas Bullet Journal Bucket List Ideas

I love getting inspired by other creators.

Pick a page you like, divide it by elements and see what exactly are the things you like, and then just try experimenting with using them on your pages.

Just looking at other people’s work can spark imagination and creativity. So let’s see what we have here.

Christmas Bucket List

Credit: @happy_alpaca_bujo

First of all, I have to say that I love the handle of this creator! Alpacas and llamas are some of my favorite animals.

As for the bucket list, I love it. It’s a simple idea but looks stunning, especially that cursive handwriting.

Kraft Paper Christmas Bucket List

Credit: @annajournals_

I love using kraft paper in my Bullet Journal; I think it adds such a cozy feeling to every page. This seems like an especially great idea for a Christmas bucket list page.

You can check my post Cozy Bullet Journal Inspirations With Kraft Paper to see some more fun ideas on how to use kraft paper.

Chilly Christmas Bucket List

Credit: @bulletjournalwithv

I love this bucket list! It has this chilly blue but still looks very cozy and inviting.

The doodles are also pretty simple, but with those little splashes of color, they look so elaborate and fun.

Christmas Activities List

Credit: @journal_passion

This is a list of activities, so technically, the page name is not a bucket list. But considering that a bucket list is usually a list of activities, I think it fits perfectly in this post.

I also like that the little circles for the numbers are all different but still all in the same style.

White Christmas Bucket List

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Credit: @leannepieters

This is such a stylish and aesthetic bucket list! And I like how she mixed and matched different fonts.

Also, did you notice that the snow effect was added to the header? What a creative idea, and it’s so perfectly executed.

Jolly Christmas Bullet Journal Bucket List

Credit: @bulletjournalwithv

This is such a beautiful and neat-looking bucket list! I love the match of the fonts used here; they play off each other so well.

It’s really a neat trick to add the black shadow to your doodles. This makes them stand out on the page.

Aussie Christmas Bucket List

Credit: @bulletjournalwithv

A very special bucket list indeed, since in Australia, Christmas is in the summer. Living in Bolivia, Christmas is in summer here as well, but I don’t think I ever got used to it.

Oh, and this is a really fun and simple idea to add some decorations to your bucket list; just pick the colors like these which scream Christmas.

Scrapbooky Christmas Bullet Journal Bucket List

Credit: @bujo.birb

This bucket list is so creative! I really love the scrapbooky style.

It’s cool that this page is very decorative but also actually has so much space to add all the information needed.

Black And White Bucket List

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Credit: @plansthatblossom

I know I’m a huge fan of colorful spreads, especially during the holiday season.

But Nicole’s spread is so wonderful I couldn’t resist. She is definitely the one who makes me wanna try to do more pages in black and white style.

Holiday Bucket List

Credit: @emiko.journals

All the stickers and doodles on this page are adorable. And I admire the handwriting here; it’s absolute goals!

I also really like that the creator divided it into things to do and movies to watch. There are, after all, so many amazing movies out there!

Gingerbread Christmas Bucket List

Credit: @emmadbujo

How adorable is this bucket list! I love those delicious variations of gingerbread cookies.

I also really like that botanical frame around the actual bucket list. So simple, but super cute.

December Bucket List

Credit: @sakuraplanner

This is technically a monthly bucket list, not necessarily Christmas-related. But I think it still counts, even though I see there aren’t that many holiday-related things there.

I really like the design of this page, though; it looks super cute and happy. Flowers are a perfect idea for any type of page.

Christmas Bucket List Bingo

Winter Bullet Journal Page Ideas, christmas bucket list by @thuys.bujo | Masha Plans
Credit: @thuys.bujo

This is such a fun, creative way to make a Christmas bucket list – to turn it into bingo.

I bet it makes it more fun and gives the incentive to start. Completing five things from the list to make it a line is significantly less intimidating than thinking you have to do it all.

Watercolor Christmas Bucket List

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Credit: @otis_and_millie

This is such a cute and cozy bucket list; I love it!

I admire the watercolor work here. As somebody who can’t do anything with watercolor without making a huge mess, it impresses me how detailed and clean this piece is.

Christmas Bucket List With Washi Tape

Credit: @joyfuljournaler

I love washi tape; there are so many ways to use it in your Bullet Journal.

This is a great example of how to decorate your bucket list with washi. It looks lovely!

Cozy Warm Christmas Bucket List

Credit: @nooraeliisi

I love the cozy colors of this bucket list. The artist only uses two colors, and yet the page looks so varied.

I also really like the tiny doodles; I always think if you make your doodles smaller, they look cuter.

Minimalist Watercolor Bucket List

Credit: @catsplanner

This is such a stunning bucket list! I love the detail and the feeling of actually snowed in the forest at the bottom.

I said this is a minimalist bucket list, but I bet this illustration at the bottom took a long time.

Last Minute Christmas List

Credit: @bulletjournalbychloe

I love the mix of paper combinations on this page. I didn’t even realize that this is actually washi tape, not pieces of paper.

And, realistically, this is called a last-minute list. So many things are happening in December it’s easy to forget about doing all these things until the last moment.

Best Of Christmas List

Credit: @barbarahaegerart

Technically, I think this is mostly a spread with good things she loves about Christmas, but Barbara has such an amazing style that I definitely wanted to include her page in this list.

There you have it, some inspirations for your Christmas bucket list. What would you add to your own bucket list?

And if you want to create yours, you can always check my Christmas Bullet Journal Doodles to find some simple tutorials for things to decorate your pages.

And for more ideas, check my post Christmas Themed Bullet Journal Page Ideas.

I hope this list was helpful; if you find it so, please share!

And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob.

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