November Bullet Journal Ideas
Get ready for November in your bullet journal with these beautiful and easy-to-duplicate ideas.
Of course one of the first things we think of with November is Thanksgiving but in this collection of bujo spreads, I rounded up lots of ideas other than Thanksgiving.
November Bullet Journal Page Spread Ideas
This cover page from Nectarstudies is so simple to create but the finished results are gorgeous!
Using watercolor paints, the background of this spread has been covered in orange. Then using a black Micron pen, November has been written and surrounded by dangling crystals in a variety of shapes and sizes.
This November flip-through from Penguinbujoo is so inspiring!
For some reason, I feel like I need to fill my pages with tons of information and not use too many pages each month. Penguinbujoo reminds me to take all the space I need each month; after all, that’s the point of a bullet journal!
This flip-through is worth watching! The entire month is beautifully color coordinated. The first page says good-bye to October and the next page is a welcome November layout.
The following pages include a November monthly calendar, habit tracker, finance tracker, sleep tracker, sentence a day, mood tracker, weekly spreads. Along the way there are also quote pages, doodles, and even alphabet pages.
Armieebujo provides us with another beautifully color coordinated November flip-through.
The month begins with a gratitude page immediately followed by a November cover page. This page includes easy-to-make fall trees and an at-a-glance calendar.
The following pages include a monthly page spread edged with goals and to-dos. There’s also a habit tracker, mood tracker and weekly spreads.
This November cover page by ip_bujo speaks to my heart. You see, I have another passion in addition to bullet journaling and it’s knitting. You can check out my other website here.
I love the motivational quote, “keep knitting…winter is coming” on the page. The spread also includes yarn balls, yarn skeins, socks, mittens, gloves, scarf, hat, and lots of knitting needle doodles.
Jaclyn Nicole created an autumnal mood tracker spread. This tracker is inside a woman’s scarf with the scarf stripes marking each day of the month. There’s a lovely fall color key for filling in the mood each day. The background is adorned with leaves and acorns and then filled in with red and green dots.
Here’s a bullet journal spread you don’t see very often but I love it! It’s one word a day log. She created boxes for every day of November and as the month progressed, filled in each box with one word to sum up the day. Words she used included excited, creative, stressed, anxious, productive, accomplished, and busy.
What is your one word today?
Welcome the new month with decorative handwriting. Ginger.bullet.journal shows us seven ways to use calligraphy or faux calligraphy to create November headers.
Shelovestobujo brings a fall vibe to her November mood tracker. Leaves and acorn outlines are drawn for each day of the month. The shapes are filled in depending on the mood in various shades of brown. It’s a pretty and simple-to-make page.
Elisaraedoodles brings us a November cover page that is filled with falling leaves. The leaves are simple line drawings anyone can make and drawn using brown and gold markers. November is written in the center of the page with a month-at-a-glance calendar below it.
Pebble_planning makes a unique cover page filled with crystals in autumnal shades. Small sparkles let you know these crystals shine bright!
The younique_bullet give us a flip-through of her November pages. It starts with a calendar overview for the month as well as a one line a day spread. The following pages include life trackers, mood trackers, a thankful page, and weekly page spreads. All the pages for this month have a cohesive color theme and leaf decorations for a very nice bullet journal section.
The last November spread here is from Willwa_com. It’s a lovely minimalist weekly page. Easy-to-make pumpkins are the headers for each day of the week. Then a loopy vine-line is drawn across the page from the pumpkin to the day of the month.
What will your November bullet journal pages look like? Let me know in the comments below.
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