Can you believe it’s November already?
This month has been crazy busy with birthdays, doctor visits, and Thanksgiving plans, but it’s all good, because guess what? Christmas is coming.
I know, I know, it’s over a month away. But that doesn’t mean you can’t start getting ready for all the chaos!
To prepare for the most wonderful time of the year, I’ve been putting together some fun and festive bullet journal pages. If you’re looking to get a head start on your Christmas planning, and need a little inspiration, hopefully this will give you some ideas.
Tombow Dual Brush Pens (I LOVE these! Just started using them and they’re fantastic for pretty lettering!)
Haven’t started a bullet journal yet? Click here!
Countdown to Christmas
I haven’t numbered the presents yet, but basically each day you color in a present as it gets closer to Christmas! Cute and simple.
If you’re not into drawing in your bullet journal, you can also print off a countdown to Christmas and put it in your journal!
Christmas Gift List
I blocked out what I have written, can’t have my family seeing what they’re getting for Christmas 😉
Christmas gift lists are pretty much essential around this time of year. I’m one of those people who gets gifts for people like way back in July, and then I forget to give it to them on Christmas (whoops!) so this is a great place to keep track of what I’ve already bought for people, as well as make sure I actually remember to give it to them.
There are tons of ways to set up a Christmas Gift List, but I’ve found that this works the best for me. Some layouts include a column for the day you need to have the gift ready by, or a place for how much you actually spent on each person, but it’s up to you!
Christmas Bucket List
Since it’s going to be the first Christmas our son can do some of the more festive activities, I thought I’d put together a Christmas Bucket List. I haven’t put anything here yet, but I’m going to work on it this weekend! We started some fun traditions last year, and I definitely want to make sure we keep up with them again this year!
My birthday was earlier this month, and I got some Tombow Dual Brush pens as a gift, so that’s what I used here. Already I’m in love!
Even though I totally can’t cook, I like to pretend that I can and find awesome recipes anyway. So, if you’re ready for some sugary goodness, be sure to include some recipes you wanna try!
I’ve got a ton saved to Pinterest that I want to try, so I’m going to print off some of my favorites and stick them here.
Emergency Gift Ideas/ Stocking Stuffer Ideas
Don’t tell me I’m the only one who’s going to be doing some last-minute Christmas shopping on Christmas Eve because I completely forgot to get a gift for someone (or lots of people). With this list, you don’t have to worry about trying to figure out what to get, because you’ve got backup plans!
I’ve only just started mine, but I’ll definitely add some more ideas as the holiday approaches.
Last year was my son’s first Christmas, and trying to find stocking stuffer ideas for a one-month-old at the last minute was a struggle. So, this year I thought I’d make a list of ideas for what I can include. If you’ve got children, you can adjust this to your child’s age and kind of check off the list as you gather stuff!
Also, I got a set of metallic washi tape a few weeks ago, and this picture honestly doesn’t do it justice. The small piece I used here was gold, but the copper/rose gold one is my favorite!
Hopefully you get the chance to try out some of these pages! It’s a great way to get into the holiday spirit, and help you stay organized during all the craziness this time of year!
And if you haven’t already, be sure to follow my bullet journal Pinterest Board for more inspiration!
What’s your favorite part of the Christmas season? I’d love to know!
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