With the Holiday season on the horizon I wanted to keep November’s theme a little bit more on the simple side. I decided to go with lettermail or envelope theme. The ones that have the those red and blue lines around the outside. I always made tiny versions out of post-its and drew these lines on the them. When I was younger I though all envelopes had these lines.
Back to a one page calendar layout again. I was actually worried that I wasn’t going to have enough pages in my book to complete the rest of the year and was finding ways to save space actually.
My all in one trackers. I’ve become a fan of this in the summer months when time was busier. So I figured it would be good here too.
Instead of adding a task list to every week I decided to make one Master list. I don’t know if I’ll truley like this way but I’m willing to give it a try. I made the whole page look like the outside of one giant envelope.
The next pages are my Polaroid Memories page and Brain Dump.
I added my water and sleep trackers together on one page this month. Still trying to see how many things I can combine together to get a multi use out of them. Next was a whole page dedicated to meals. I figured if I took them out of my weeklies it would give me more space to add more thoughts from the day.
The first week of November I left open to add my dividers when the day was over. But I do kind of miss the design factor of the pre-made boxes.
This design looked so much better in my head. But there’s no going back now. Let’s just pretend week 2 never happened.
The third week was better with more suble lines to separate the days. I don’t know why I added the tasks in since I had a whole page dedicated to them…..
This one was the winning spread of this month. I loved that it was just random. Kind of like the donuts from February.
November was a faster setup than a watercolor setup for sure. And I only needed to use 2 main colors. I’m going to have to up my game and give December a theme worthwhile. Go out with a bang I say.
If you re-create any of my spreads tag me on Instagram for a shout-out in my next video. Love you all and keep creating!