We are in the final month of 2019 and Christmas is just around the corner, so it is time for a December bullet journal spread. My bullet journal will be really useful in planning Christmas presents for my loved ones and content for my blog this month, this allows me to stay organised and hopefully means a stress free December for me.
I have enjoyed creating bullet journal spread again and have loved getting more creative as the months have passed. Apart from December being a time for Christmas, it is also the build up for a new year, January means a new bullet journal, fresh pages and the chance to develop creative designs.
Here are my pages for my December bullet journal:
December cover page
This was a fun page to design, I love the little doodles inside of the bauble. It is not difficult to design and can be easily replicated. The use of colours make the design really Christmassy.
For my habit tracker I incorporated a Christmas theme and have the habits in baubles hanging from the top of the page. This month I have only including a few that are going to be the most important for this month. I used the same festive colours throughout this months spread, as it is Christmas.
December’s mood tracker I used a design that looks like Christmas lights, I found this design of mood tracker on Pinterest also by Wellella. I will colour in each bulb with the colour that I have correlated to that mood. I have liked having a record of my moods for each month, this is great way to track my mental health habits. I experimented with different lettering during this set up.
I kept the blog statistics page quite simplistic with a simple design. I like to have a page to keep all my records of my blog statistics, I have been recording them for months and it is is great to be able to track the progress that I have made.
I designed double page spreads for my weekly spreads in December. Using a bauble design to be able to record my to-do lists is a way I haven’t designed before. I designed some tree branches so it looked like the baubles were hanging from the tree. I used festive colours to bring a Christmassy feel to the spread. I used the same washi tapes layered throughout the spreads to add decoration and texture to each page.