20+ Scary Halloween Bullet Journal Page Ideas

Happy Halloween! Well, it’s not Halloween yet, but now is the time to prepare for Halloween. Here is a list of 25 Halloween bullet journal page ideas to help get you in the mood for and prepare for the best, most scare Halloween yet!

“Boo, Beware” by bumblebees and butterflies

I love the layering on this layout. Additionally, she teaches you how to create it over on her website!

Halloween Layouts by LaSoffittaDiSte 

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October Spread by @bulletjournalcollection

How can you not love this black and white layout!? Further, it’s simple and beautiful! Oh, I’d love to recreate it!

Witch Weekly by @hhbujo on @Leuchtturm1917

I love this super witchy spread. Not only does it strike me as a Witch spread, but it also reminds me of Harry Potter. Regardless, a witch-themed spread is a great addition to your October spread.

Tim Burton by Ciloubidouille

I love the uniqueness of this layout. While it’s not exactly a Halloween layout, but it fits the bill!

October by Gemma of @doodledaydarlings

This dual page spread is an amazing one. On one page is a phenomenal monthly spread. Then, on the other page is habit tracker and a few planning sections. Additionally, both pages include fun doodles.

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Halloween Doodles by Alice of @bujoalice

I do not do doodles very often, but I love this layout!! My favorite of her doodles is the candy corn! Which is yours?

Hello October by Giovanna of @bujo_addict93

Do you like carving pumpkins? I do; I grew up carving pumpkins with my family every year. Further, this layout is a great depiction of pumpkin carving in October!

Halloween Doodles by Caitlin of @caitlinmariedasilva

More doodles!! These doodles are so fun! My favorite doodles here are the ghosts, they are so fun!

Wicked Witch by Michelle of @quirkyheart

Love the creepy green feel of this beautiful witch layout! Fits the scary October theme well!

Halloween Potions by @mrs_bullets_journal42

These potions! This layout is so creative for an October bucket list! There are so many great ideas in these potions, most are on my list too!

October by Giovanna of @bujo_addict93

This simple weekly October spread has a creepy Halloween flair. Additionally, the font used fits perfectly!

Hello October by Kim of @kim_artventures

This layout is one of my favorite layouts for this collection of bullet journal layouts. First, it is a super, clean design. Also, it’s very creative and fun!

Hello October by Olivia of @oliviaamazingg

What a creepy Halloween bullet journal hello spread! Additionally, I love the lettering!

Halloween Week by Jann of @jannplansthings

I love the pumpkins in this layout! Also, I would love to know how @jannplansthings made them!!

Trick or Treating by Carolina of @lettersbycarolina

If you have not noticed, a lot of the layouts I am featuring are very artistic. This layout is no different, with its dozens of Halloween doodles. Additionally, the lettering is perfect!

Happy Halloween by Nina of @bujobeyond

I love the elegance and detail of this hello October page! This minimal yet intricate design is something I would love in my bullet journal!

Halloween Week by Shayne of @shaynechan

This layout is super creepy but also extremely cute. Additionally, the black and white feel of the layout really adds to the feel.

Crafty Halloween by Belle of @the_craftroom_project

This layout is super unique in the use of washi tape and stickers. Further, you do not see this as often for scary Halloween layouts.

Hello October by Christina of @christina77star

How adorable is this little ghost? I love super cute artwork. Also, the lettering in this one is phenomenal, both the header and the mini-calendar.

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Goodbye October, Hello November Week by Whimsical Bujo

You know, when I have a week that is part of two different months, I generally only acknowledge the month with more days. However, I like the ideas of acknowledging both months with mini calendars.

Halloween Week by Arylea of @arylea_mondstern

I love the way Arylea took this picture with a black backdrop! It adds to the scary and gives the illusion that the page doesn’t end!

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Autumn Pumpkins October Bullet Journal | Plan-with-Me

It’s autumn! Or do you prefer to call it fall? Either way, leaves are turning and soon to fall, people are drinking hot apple cider, and carving pumpkins! To celebrate autumn and this pumpkin season, I chose to create an autumn pumpkin-themed October bullet journal layout. I will also be offering an exclusive coupon over on the shop! Read until the end to get the autumn coupon! For now, check out my October autumn pumpkin bullet journal! This post may contain affiliate links.

October Bullet Journal Theme | Autumn Pumpkins

As is evident, for October, I stuck to a watercolor pumpkin theme! I did this because I love the pumpkin culture that comes with Halloween in the united states — decorating with pumpkins, carving pumpkins, eating and baking pumpkin seeds! I particularly like the idea of pumpkins on vines, so this is what I chose to stick with. The hello page which set the scene for the month features two watercolor pumpkins using Life of Color watercolor pens. Further, I used the Pentouch paint marker in copper for the header, “October” and outlined it with a dark green Tombow dual brush pen.

October Layouts | Watercolored Pumpkins

This month’s weekly spread is exceptionally similar to that of September’s. At the top, the header is in a minimal cursive. The first week the main header was orange, but I changed it to dark green for the last three. Down both the left and the right side is a thin strip of orange washi tape. There are seven columns, each with a letter representing the day of the week. These letters are in copper Pentouch paint marker with a  small subscript for the date. The bottom right of each spread features a different size and shape watercolor pumpkin with dark green vines.

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How to Create the Watercolor Pumpkin

To create these watercolor pumpkins, I use the bright orange and light brown Life of Color watercolor brush pens. I first outline the pumpkin roughly then draw some rough yet light lines connecting the top to the bottom I do the same with the light brown being careful not to cover the orange entirely.

Next, I water down the orange pen and blend the two colors while also filling in the spaces untouched by ink. Blend, in the same direction, you drew the rough lines. Then use the light brown pen to draw the stem. You may blend in some dark brown or black if you would like to add more distinct detailing. Finish the vines with a #177 Tombow dual brush pen or another dark green pen. You may also complete the vines using a dark green watercolor pen.

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Houseplant Themed October 2017 Bullet Journal

For October’ bullet journal, I chose to take a completely new approach. Until recently I haven’t really used tools like stickers or washi tape, I also haven’t utilized welcome or title pages. However, for October I created a title page that I absolutely love. I also decided to use houseplant stickers, cactus washi tape, and succulent washi tape, and houseplant illustrations to add personality and color to my weekly layouts. I also decided to add a ton of list pages, check it out!

Title Page

This page was inspired by some art I saw on Pinterest, my Instagram feed, my new houseplants, and Halloween. I wanted it to stay simple and keep a lot of negative space.

Monthly Spread

I created the monthly spread before I created any other pages for October. Between creating this page and all the other pages I switched pens which left me with a change in colors and thickness of lines. This is why the monthly spread does not match the rest of the pages. For the title, I chose a chunky cursive, which I love. I also decided to add goals and a quote instead of a color key.

Houseplants & Weekly Spreads

October’s theme is houseplants and clean lines. I kept this theme by using illustrations of houseplants which are inspired by my own plants, cactus and succulent washi tape, and houseplant stickers. I also wanted each week to be different.

For the first week of October, I wanted a clean spread with clean and easy to read fonts. After drawing it out in pencil I decided that it would need a pop of color and then drew in some house plants. I am OBSESSED.  So excited about this week’s layout!

For the second week of October, I wanted to play with a different layout but still keep the clean look. In order to add color I used a cactus washi tape as a border between sections and added a cactus sticker in between the Saturday and Sunday sections. I like this spread, but not as much as the first week.

For the third week I chose to return to the layout of week one; however, I switched up the titling and illustrations. Instead of 4 smaller plants, I drew a tropical tree up the binding and added a red pot with geometric designs. This illustration was inspired by a plant I have in my living room.

The fourth and final full week reverted back to the layout of week two. Instead this time I chose to use my succulent washi tape and did not add any stickers. Again, I wanted to keep clean black lines.

The final weekly spread of October only includes the final two days of October, Mondy the 30th and Tuesday the 31st. I chose to do this as an experiment. Usually, I draw up a complete week that might include days from the previous or upcoming month. This often results in having two sets of the same week and wastes ink and pages. Because this week only includes two days I added a border made of plant stickers, a positive quote, and cactus washi tape.

Financial Audit & Goals

This next page is drawn up in pencil since I have not had a chance to finalize its design. Essentially, this page draws out the rules I have established for my bank accounts and my goals for each account. I am not including a visual of this page because I would have to blur out the entire thing.

Mind Dump

While cleaning out my office I found a pile of old sticky notes from before my move. Instead of the clutter of these sticky notes, I decided to create a mind dump page to put all the information on.

Quotes Page

I also added a quote page because one of those sticky notes was a quote. This is a page I will continue to add to.

Words of Kindness

Next, I create a page that I wish to fill up with positive descriptors and words of kindness. Again, this page will be added to continually.

Films-to-Watch Page

Last, but not least, I have added a films-to-watch page as a result of a sticky note I found in my school notes. This page is inspired by the old-school film style.

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This month was jam-packed with great new page styles and lists! Do you have any suggestions for pages to add to my spreads in the future?

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Houseplant Themed October Bullet Journal