Nothing takes us back to the charm of autumn more than getting ready in our comfiest sweaters and creating pumpkin-filled Bullet Journal pages with all the memories and festivities of the season.
Whether it’s Halloween, Thanksgiving, or anything in between, October is packed full of possibilities that are great to document. So here are some amazing October Bullet Journal cover page ideas so you can make this month memorable!
Cover pages are some of the best ways to pick a theme and aesthetics for your Bullet Journal monthly setup, plus they are super fun to create!
Before we dive into those, I wanted to let you know there are some free printables for you at the end of the post, so be sure to check those out.
October Bullet Journal Cover Page Ideas
Considering that the amount of theme ideas is limited just by your imagination, it's easy to create never-ending posts with so many beautiful cover pages.
But let's be reasonable! For this lineup, I got 17 cover pages for you to enjoy.
Since October is a Halloween month for many, I also love to include it in my October setups. This was the first ever October setup I've made, and I must say it might still be my favorite one for that month.
I love the cozy feel of this spread, but at the same time, it's so bright and full of beautiful Fall colors. It also has a dutch door! Meaning that that window opens to another page with beautiful scenery.
This is a beautiful cover page and a great way to bring your love for plants to your Bullet Journal pages. I also things the creator used stickers for it, so it's one more proof that you can use stationery to create beautiful pages; you don't necessarily need to spend hours drawing if you don't want to.
I love this page for many reasons, including the fact that she used kraft paper, which is one of my favorite ways to decorate Fall pages. But it also so perfectly combines the spookiness of October with the general soft feel of Fall.
Pumpkin being a traditional Fall plant serves as a perfect decoration for any Fall Bullet Journal setup. For October, though, I wonder if it's also a little nod to the spooky decorations for Halloween.
If you want some classic Halloween vibes, this cover page might be the exact inspiration you need. It has all the elements you'd expect from a door to a spooky house!
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Before you leave, you know that I have to share a few of my favorite supplies in case you’re looking for some recommendations on what to add to your collection.
Here are my favorites, especially for Fall themes:
Sakura Pigma Micron – a good fineliner is the blood of every Bullet Journal page, especially for October when you get to play around so much with black color.
Tombow Dual Brush Pens – they have a lot of beautiful colors, including different shades of orange and other Fall beauties. Plus, they are great for adding color and brush lettering!
Colorful Paper Notepad – especially a kraft paper one, but I like the others as well. It adds a lot of fun and creativity to your pages, and these are high quality and come with a dot grid. You can also get 10% off with my code MASHA10.
Washi Tape – there are many wonderful washi tapes out there, and you can definitely find some that would fit our aesthetics, but I think these ones are something special and always add style to Fall-themed pages.
Tombow Fude Pens – brush lettering adds style and character to any Bullet Journal spread, and I think it would be amazing for Fall-themed pages as well.
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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob!
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