Masha here from Masha Plans! Today we’re bringing the holiday spirit to our Bullet Journals with these 7 ideas.
The time has come to think about Christmas, one of the best holidays of the year which also requires quite a lot of preparation.
So today we are setting up 7 Christmas themed Bullet Journal pages to bring the holidays to your BuJo and help you plan it in the best possible way.
Notebook - of course for me it’s my wonderful B5 Archer and Olive notebook
Fineliners - my current choice is Pigmen Pens by Faber Castell
Markers - I used Crayola Super Tips and Zebra Mildliners
Get all the things ready and let’s dive in!
Just like with thanksgiving, I decided to start with a decorative little page.
Christmas Bucket List
Christmas comes just once a year, so you don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to do all your favorite things!
This spread will remind you of all the things you could do during the season and of course, will create that extra excitement.
Christmas Countdown Page
This is kind of an advent calendar, but your prize is coloring your doodles.
I love countdown pages. First of all, they really help you have an extra kick of excitement every time you color one more day. But also because they help you to realize time better, so you can prepare everything on time.
Christmas Gift List
To remember all the people and prepare all the best gifts, try out this page.
I divided the table by person, gift idea, price, and final gift. That way you can add a few ideas for each person and compare them before making the final choice.
Christmas isn’t just about presents, receiving a Christmas card can be just as meaningful.
Use this spread to make sure you send some warmness to all the important people in your life.
What December goes without Christmas movies!
List out all your favorites in this spread to make sure you always have something to watch on a cozy Saturday night.
This spread might look a bit confusing, but this is for you to write down ideas for stockings stuffing.
It’s always so nice to get something even small in your stockings, and personally, I know for sure mine would be full of stationery!
If you want to see me setting up these spreads, check the video below.