Ultimate Random Bullet Journal Theme Generator with 400+ ideas!

Before we get straight into this awesome bullet journal idea generator, I wanted to highlight that we have a fun page with links to hundreds of theme ideas! But this Bullet Journal theme Generator is exactly what you, yes you, have been searching for! Scroll a little further down to download the bullet journal idea generator in both google sheets and excel!

Another thing before we get started, let me make navigating this post easier because there are a lot of bullet journal themes and A LOT of awesome information in this post about bujo ideas, so to make it easier, here is a table of contents! Each group of themes also has some visual examples and if I have written about the theme, then a link to the theme for inspiration too! YAY! Making it easy for you to come up with your next monthly bujo theme or idea!

Are you new to the Bullet Journal system? If this is the case, you most likely have some questions regarding the nature of bullet journal themes and why it is necessary to have them! It might also be that you are here because you are lacking in ideas or creativity in coming up with new bullet journal ideas!

I have been keeping a bullet journal for some time now, and whenever I design a spread in it, I make it a point to think of creative ways to arrange the pages so that I may stretch my creative abilities while also providing stuff that would be of interest to others. I personally, am quite messy in my journal. I completely appreciate how challenging it can be to think of a fresh concept for a monthly theme in your bullet journal.

Because of this, I made the decision to compile all of the potential topic ideas that I could think of into one extensive list, and a template to help you create your own theme or idea! I hope that it will allow you to enjoy the process of planning without feeling any pressure and that it will inspire you to come up with your own original journal spreads.

The Random Bullet Journal Theme Generator!

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Now this is such a nifty wee tool to help you generate ideas for your bullet journal every month! It generate random themes for the following topics

  • Months
  • Seasons
  • A Totally Random Theme
  • A Tracker you could add
  • A collection you could try
  • A Color theme suggestion
  • A productivity tool to try
  • And finally a simple theme for a beginner to try

How the random bullet journal theme generator works

Super easy – Download the link below – Once you have grabbed the link it will open in google sheets. You will be able to edit the square below the instructions. Put a number in that square and hit enter! Boom! You’ll have your random theme ready to go! This is perfect if you are struggling with a theme or need inspiration!

You can have a little look around in this embedded one to check out what to expect! It really is easy to use!

Why is it important to have a bullet journal theme?

We’ll its not completely important! But it is sure fun to have a cohesive feel to your bullet journal right!?

Don’t be concerned, we’ll sort it out together. The first thing you should know is that our Ultimate Guide To Bullet Journal For Beginners will most certainly be of assistance to you in figuring out this whole Bullet Journal thing; however, you might need to check it out first.
To get back to the subject at hand, what are the recurring ideas? You can think of a theme as the glue that holds your spreads for a particular month together. This theme could be a certain kind of decorations that help you tie your monthly design altogether.

You can select a topic, such as books, and then implement doodles based on books throughout all of your pages. Alternatively, you may select a color to serve as the theme of your party and base all of your decorations on that hue.
The possibilities for Bullet Journal themes are literally everywhere!

For me, it could be a television program that I can’t stop watching, a book that I can’t stop reading, or even just a witty remark that I overheard. The changing of the seasons, the associated holidays, and the characteristics of the weather can all be rich sources of creativity.

And another thing that gives me a lot of ideas is different color combinations. Sometimes the thought that I want to utilize a particular color will be the seed that eventually grows into an entire concept for me.

What are some common bullet journal themes by season?

Having a seasonal bullet journal theme can also be fun! There are several regions on Earth that do not experience all four of distinct seasons. However, each of them is affected differently by the changing seasons. Both the length of daylight and the average temperature varies seasonally the closer one gets to either the North Pole or the South Pole. In the summer, the days are longer and the temperatures are lower than they are in the winter. The length of a day at the Equator is approximately constant at 12 hours. On the other hand, these regions typically have a dry season in addition to a wet season. So capturing your country’s season could be really fun and a good way to keep a memory log of your seasonal experiences!

Spring bullet journal theme suggestions

Butterflies
Bunnies
Bicycles
Cherry blossom
Carrots
Daisies
Dandelions
Gardening
Picnic
Rain
Spring Break
Strawberries

Summer bullet journal theme suggestions

Barbeque/BBQ
Beach holiday
Camping
Fireflies
Fireworks
Ice cream
Picnic
Poolside
Popsicles
Summer drinks
Summer fruits (mango, pineapple, watermelon)

Winter bullet journal theme suggestions

Cookies
Cozy
Galaxy
Gingerbread
Hot Cocoa
Hygge
Ice Skating
Icicles
Polar bears
Snow Day
Snowflakes
Snowmen
Snowy mountains
Warm Drinks (hot cocoa/coffee)
Winter lights (Christmas lights/Northern Lights)
Winter Wonderland

Fall/ Autumn bullet journal theme suggestions

Apples
Acorns
Autumn forest
Cactus
Circus
Corn
Cosy
Dream Catcher
Fall fashion
Foxes
Harvest
Maple Trees
Mushroom
Picnic
Pumpkin
Wolves
Woodland Creatures

Monthly Bullet Journal Theme Ideas

According to Ryder’s explanation, the Monthly Log is the place where you may both plan out specific events and make a list of activities that you would like to complete during the course of the month. In addition to that, the Monthly Log can also be used to keep track of important events that have a place during the month. You are able to get an overview of everything that occurred over the month in this manner.

Many bullet journalists have adapted the Monthly Log to better suit their needs over the course of the community’s time. As a result, there has been an eclectic mix of different versions, and having a monthly bullet journal theme adds to the creative and flexible nature of the bullet journal system!

A bullet journal is a fantastic tool that you can use to keep your planning in full swing throughout the entire year. Creating entertaining monthly spreads in your bullet journal is one of the best ways to keep the pages of your bullet journal feeling new and exciting even after you’ve been using it for a while.

These monthly spreads provide an excellent opportunity to experiment with new methods, hone your abilities in lettering and drawing, and overall get you amped up for the month that lies ahead.

January

Fireworks
Galaxy
Ice Skating
Icicles
January- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
January- New Years
New Beginnings
Polar bears
Skiing/Snowboarding
Snowflakes
Snowmen
Snowy mountains
Warm Drinks (hot cocoa/coffee)
Winter lights (Christmas lights/Northern Lights)
Balloons
Snow Day

February

Dream Catcher
Feathers
February- Chinese New Year
February- Groundhog Day
February- Mardi Gras
February- Superbowl
February- Valentine’s Day
February- Wear Red Day
Love
Roses
Sports
Potted Plants

March

Circus
Daisies
Dandelions
Gardening
Leprechauns
March- Spring Equinox
March- St. Patrick’s Day
Calvin and Hobbes
Camping
Candy
Candyland
Carrots
Cartoon Network
International Women’s Day (March)

April

April Fool’s Day
April- April Fool’s Day
April- Arbor Day
April- Earth Day
Bunnies
Cherry blossom
Carrots
Easter (April)
Bananas

May

Bicycles
Cinco de Mayo (May)
Hiking
May- Cinco De Mayo
May- May Day
May- Memorial Day
May- Mother’s Day
Rain
Angels
Animal Crossing
Ants
Apples
Apricots
Umbrellas

June

Camping
Boating
Ice cream
June- Flag Day
June- Summer Solstice
Picnic
Popsicles
Lighthouse
Watermelon
Boba Tea
Boho
Books
Botanical drawings
Breakfast

July

Barbeque/BBQ
Beach holiday
Fireflies
Fireworks
4th of July
Picnic
Sleepovers
Summer drinks
Summer fruits (mango, pineapple, watermelon)
Cupcakes
Daisies
Dandelions
DC Comics
Decades (70s/80s/90s/etc…)

August

August- National S’mores Day
August- National Watermelon Day
Mushroom
Palm Trees
Poolside
Succulents
Sunflowers
Sunglasses

September

Back to school
Foxes
Pumpkin
School
September- Fall Equinox
September- Labor Day
Wolves
Woodland Creatures

October

Candy Corn
Harvest
Hygge
October- Halloween

November

Cactus
Cozy
Fireworks
Hot Cocoa
Hygge
November- All Saint’s Day
November- President’s Day
November- Thanksgiving
Snow Day
Snowmen
Snowy mountains
Warm Drinks (hot cocoa/coffee)

December

Cicadas
Cozy
December- Christmas
December- Hanukkah
December- Kwanza
December- Winter Solstice
Gingerbread
Ice Skating
Nightmare Before Christmas
Snow Day
Snowflakes
Snowmen
Snowy mountains
Warm Drinks (hot cocoa/coffee)
Gift Tracker

Bullet Journal Themes for popular TV shows and Movies

Alice in Wonderland
Calvin and Hobbes
DC Comics
Dr. Suess
Favorite movie / TV show
FRIENDS
Frozen
Ghibli movies
Game of Thrones
Final Fantasy
Garfield
Harry Potter
Lord of the Rings
Marvel
Mickey Mouse
Minnie Mouse
My Little Pony
Nickelodeon
Pikachu
Pixar
Pokemon
Sailor Moon
Spiderman
Star Trek
Star Wars
Superheroes
Superman
We Bare Bears

Bullet journal themes by color

Red
Orange
Yellow
Lime
Green
Dark Green
Teal
Blue
Navy
Lavender
Purple
Violet
Pink
Pastels
Rainbow
Black
Grey
Gold
Brown
Baby Blue

More awesome bullet journal ideas

A time period (30s, 80s)
Aliens
Amusement Park/Fair/Carnival (ex. Disneyworld)
Angels
Animal Crossing
Ants
Arrows
Astrology
Avocadoes
Baking
Bees
Berries
Bicycles
Birds
Birthdays
Blueberries
Boho
Books
Botanical drawings
Breakfast
Bushes
Cartoon Network
Cats
Celebration
Charlie Brown
Cherries
Cherry blossom
Children’s Book Day (April)
Chips
Cicadas
Cinco de Mayo (May)
Circles
Circus
Cities
Cityscape
Clouds
Cocktails
Coffee
Computer/Internet
Cookies
Corgi
Corn
Countries
Crystals
Cupcakes
Daisies
Dandelions
Decades (70s/80s/90s/etc…)
Diamonds
Dinner
Dinosaurs
Disney
Dogs
Donuts
Dots
Dragons
Dreams
Evergreen Trees
Fairies
Fairy tales
Farms
Favorite Clothing
Final Fantasy
Fish
Flamingoes
Flowers
Game-Related Themes
Gardening
Gems
Geometric designs
Gingerbread
Giraffes
Gnomes
Grapes
Green
Gym and fitness
Harvest
Hearts
Hiking
Honeycombs
Hot air balloons
Hot Cocoa
Household Supplies
Hunger Games
Hygge
Ice cream
Ice Skating
Icicles
Jars/Cups/Containers
Jellyfish
Jungle
Kittens and puppies
Knitting
Lambs and Bunnies
Landmarks (ex. Mount Rushmore)
Lanterns
Lavender
Lemons
Light bulb
Lighthouse
Lilacs
Llamas
Lord of the Rings
Magic
Makeup
Mandalas
Mangoes
Maps
Mario
Marvel
Mermaids
Mickey Mouse
Minimalist
Minnie Mouse
Monopoly
Moon and stars
Mountains
Music Notes
My Little Pony
Narwhals
New Beginnings
Nickelodeon
Night lights
Nightmare Before Christmas
Nuts
Ocean
Oranges
Origami
Ostrich
Owls
Palm Trees
Panda
Paper airplanes
Paris
Peaches
Peacock
Peanuts
Pegasus
Penguins
Peppers
Photographs
Pickles
Picnic
Pikachu
Pineapple
Pink
Pixar
Planets
Playing Cards
Pokemon
Polar bears
Polaroid cameras
Pom Poms
Poolside
Popcorn
Popsicles
Popular Character Themes
Pumpkin
Quotes
Retro game consoles
Sailor Moon
School
Scrabble
Sealife
Seashells
Self Care
Shakes
Skiing/Snowboarding
Sleepovers
Smoothies
Snow Day
Snowflakes
Snowmen
Snowy mountains
Socks
Soda
Space
Spiderman
Sports
Spring Break
Squares
Stain Glass
Star Trek
Star Wars
Stars
Stars (the shape)
Stationery
Strawberries
Sunrise
Sunset
Sunshine
Superheroes
Superman
Surfing
Sushi
Tacos
Tea
Tea party
Tetris
The 1900s
The 1920s
The Lord Of The Rings
Tinkerbell
Trains / cars
Travel
Tree branches
Tropical
Tulips
Turtles
Unicorns
Valentine’s Day
Video Games Theme Ideas
Vintage designs
Warm Drinks (hot cocoa/coffee)
Warm winter things (cocoa, blankets, gingerbread)
Water
Watercolor
We Bare Bears
Whales
Wildflowers
Winnie the Pooh
Winter
Winter lights (Christmas lights/Northern Lights)
Wolves
Wreaths
Yoga
Your favorite games (like Among Us)
Zebras
Zentangles
Zodiac Sign