January cover page ideas
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January Bullet Journal Cover Page Ideas

Hello and welcome to January bullet journal cover page ideas!

(actually, it’ll be the entire year of ideas, but let’s keep it a secret for now! 😉 )

Now, I don’t know about you, but I love seeing other people’s bullet journals – I’ll assume we’re the same.

As you already know, you can easily spend countless hours browsing the web and feasting your eyes on all those creative and amazing spreads.

It’s no wonder – with so many beautiful and inspiring ideas, you simply can’t help yourself, right?!

And when it comes to variety, ingenuity, and style, the bullet journal monthly cover pages are on the very top of creative spreads (if not the most creative spreads) you can have in your bullet journal.

That’s why I’m declaring this year to be the year of monthly bullet journal cover page ideas.

(last year was the year of journaling prompts, and doodle challenges were the theme the year before – check them out if they’re something you’re interested in)

Just imagine the enormous amount of cover pages you’ll be able to browse around after the year is over – and they’re all in one place! Hey, even I’m excited about this! 😀

Now, since each month will have quite a number of cover page spreads, I’ll do my best to organize them in a way that’ll make it easy for you to jump to the section that interests you the most. 

(but I bet you’ll scroll through all of them nevertheless! 😉 )

Also, I’ve intentionally picked a variety of bullet journal cover pages so you can have many different designs and ideas to get inspiration from.

Because, to be honest, it’s great to see all those beautiful artistic cover spreads, but you feel like crap if you don’t have the time or the skills (or the nerves) to create something like that by yourself. 

Therefore, as you will see, there are attractive and creative bujo cover pages that you can use as an inspiration for your own spreads, which don’t require you to have the skills of world-famous painters to actually make them.

That’s all I wanted to say at this moment. (it turned out longer than I thought!)

So without further ado, let’s start the year as it should – with January bullet journal cover page ideas.

Bullet journal cover page ideas – January motifs

Since January is the first month of the year and for most of us is winter (sorry, southern hemisphere), it’s no wonder the vast majority of bullet journal cover pages follow along those lines.

Here are some examples.

Source: @abigail_alderks

Source: @kalmassi79

Source: @rine.arts

Source: @brunettebujo

Source: @abbyjanesshop

Source: @crescents_books

Source: @dotted_ester

Source: @lettydaily

Source: @meri.bujo

Source: @taffy_journal

Abstract January cover page ideas

These kinds of pages are perfect for bullet journal beginners since you don’t have to be a skilled artist – plus they don’t take too much time to create them.

This is truly a winning recipe for all of those who are just starting out or are at the moment short on time.

Source: @bloq.eslem

Source: @pauligrafia

Source: @bullet.vm

Minimalist January bullet journal cover page ideas

Ok, I admit, there are even more minimalist bujo cover spreads out there, but these have enough blank space to be considered as such – or appear simple enough. If you disagree, simply categorize them according to your own judgment. 😉 

Anyway, this group is another example of cover spreads you can make if you’re a bullet journal beginner. (and they’ll make you look like a pro!)

Source: @cest.lavie2007

Source: @stars_andshit

Source: @candace.t.arts

Source: @cutelittlepaper

(yup, that one’s mine! You can see the spreads for the entire month here)

Source: @evie_dodging_bullets

Source: @honest_writes_bujo

Source: @buttertoastbitch

Source: @cat_journalwithme

Source: @bulletjournalco9

Source: @foodbugle

Artistic January cover page ideas

What kind of post would this be if there weren’t some examples of artistic cover pages? Therefore, it’s time for some more demanding bullet journal cover spreads.

Source: @beloved.leftovers

Source: @journalbuddy

Source: @drawing.summer

Source: @ruthygraphy35

Source: @brushandbloomstudio

Source: @linesbylagace

Source: @ptrcreates

Source: @rebeccahu3

Source: @theeverything.artist

January bullet journal cover page ideas with a focus on lettering

If you’re not a fan of elaborative drawings, this is the right place for you.

All of these cover pages focus mainly on lettering, with more or less additional details on top of it. Therefore, if you’re better at writing than you are at drawing, this is something you might want to make in your own bullet journal.

Source: @bujo_and_d00dles

Source: @becomingmissart

Source: @paperlunebujo

Source: @pumpkindelight

Source: @serendipityandbliss

January cover pages in a scrapbook journal style

Even though scrapbook journals can be viewed as a story of their own, there are people who like to add this kind of creative expression into their bullet journal. Based on that, here are some ideas for January bujo cover spreads.

Source: @kathrynn.lynnn

Source: @miras.journal

Source: @astoldbyzayka

Source: @_lunasjournal

Miscellaneous January bullet journal cover page ideas

Finally, there are many bullet journal cover pages that don’t fit into any of the categories above. And it’s no wonder – whatever you wish you can make in your bullet journal.

This section is full of creative ideas that can serve you as an inspiration.

Source: @bullet_medical

Source: @bujo.by.katie

Source: @bulletjournal_ella

Source: @chloe.lim._bujo

Source: @bujoforstars

Source: @doodle_with_cass

Source: @findingmarga.bujo

Source: @journalula

Source: @jessbujos

Source: @honeyrosebujo

Source: @fionacatecreates

Source: @karis.lettering

Source: @mandala_artysta

Source: @mundodacadi

Source: @sarve_scribbles

Source: @thephasesofyou

Source: @thesillyscribbler

Source: @the.2.brushes

Source: @anh.journals

And with that, you’ve reached the end of this post. 

I hope these spreads gave you plenty of ideas to create a January bullet journal cover page you’d be proud of.

If you prefer to color and fill out your bullet journal pages more than you like to create them, check out my bullet journal printable templates that’ll make your bullet journaling a piece of cake. 😉

See you soon with another round of bujo monthly cover spreads.

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