12 Year At A Glance Spreads For Your Bullet Journal


Bullet Journal Year at a Glance Spreads, Yearly Spread Ideas

When you’re starting a new bullet journal, it’s necessary to have a year at a glance spread to get a complete overview of the year ahead. It’s a fun way to mark the important dates and see what’s ahead. This way, you’ll be more excited about specific events and never miss another birthday of a loved one!

These bullet journal year at a glance spreads are pretty straight forward and quite easy to create but it may require some time and planning.

Also, if you’re late to the party, you could always go back and stick this in as a cut out if you don’t have any available pages.

However, you can keep them simple or you can go all out and make these spreads look beautiful.

Whichever style or design you want, we have the best ideas you can use that will make your bullet journal look incredible.

Amazing Yearly Spreads

1. Pink Themed

Pink Themed Yearly Spread, Year At A Glance Spreads, Bullet Journal Spreads

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Keep things simple by highlighting the titles in just one color and adding a small doodle of your choice at the very top.

2. Minimalistic Spread

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This spread is perfect if you plan to use your bullet journal in a more minimalistic way. It will definitely match the overall theme of the journal for the entire year.

See also: How To Start A Minimalistic Bullet Journal

3. Simple Grey Tone

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This spread is perfect if you want to keep things simple yet still draw some attention to the important parts with the use of tiny doodles.

4. Light Themed

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Here’s another light-themed spread that makes use of very light shades of markers. The header is also kept very simple by using a block font for the year.

5. Bold and Colorful

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This spread really stands out well with the use of different colors and gives off a good feeling in general. You can always optimize this spread by choosing any font for the header of your choice.

6. Two Page

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💫Year at a glance💫 . 🇪🇸El calendario anual era una de las hojas que más consultaba en la agenda. Por eso cuando empecé el bullet journal tenía claro que debía incorporarlo. Aún siendo muy sencillo me parece que queda super bonito decorado con los subrayadores Stabilo. Espero que también os guste e inspire. . 🇬🇧The yearly calendar was one of the most consulted sheets on my diary. When I started the bullet journal it was clear to me that I had to incorporate it. Although this sheet is very simple it looks cute with the Stabilo highlighters. I hope you also like it. . . . #bulletjournal #bujo #bujoinspiration #planner #bujoideas #bulletjournaling #journal #journaling #art #bulletjournalideas #lettering #planneraddict #handlettering #bujolove #bulletjournaladdict #bulletjournalcommunity #drawing #calligraphy #bujocommunity #bujoinspire #bujoinspo #weeklyspread #plannercommunity #bulletjournaljunkies #notes #planning #bulletjournallove #bujospread #planwithme #yearataglance

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This one is a two-page spread that looks really fantastic. You can use different colors as done here or you can stick with one or two colors depending on your taste.

7. Ombre Effect

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I really love this ombre kind of effect done of the headers that shows that color differentiation from pinks to a yellow tone. Super creative!

8. Pretty Black and White

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This year at a glance spread is totally my style and I love how it all just blends well into each other. The doodles at the top is a great addition to this spread.

9. Star Themed

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This is another two-page spread except here you can use an awesome quote on the first page to start of the year.

10. Middle of the year

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If you’re starting a new bullet journal in the middle of the year, this is a great way to incorporate a year at a glance for the previous year and the new year.

11. Block Format

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This spread is great if you want to add any additional information or comments for each month of the year.

12. Pixels

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And lastly, I thought it would be a good idea to include a pretty year in pixel spreads to go along with this one. Definitely worth adding a pixel spread in your new journal, especially when you look back!

Conclusion

As you’ve seen, there are many different designs and themes you can use to decorate these pages but the number format is usually the same for most of these.

Although having these yearly spreads or year at a glance spreads are optional, it’s still a great way to mark off a new year or new journal.

To accompany these spreads, you can also include a year in pixels which is basically a mood tracker for the entire year and this is an even better way to have more fun journaling.

So, are you planning to use one of these year at a glance spreads? If so, which ones were your favorites? We’d love to hear what your thoughts are!

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