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Excited to create a layout for your November bullet journal spread?
The arrival of a new month is a wonderful opportunity to try out new bujo themes. Considering that November has a lot of notable holidays, you have a number of themes to work with to create a memorable bullet journal spread.
For today’s post, we’ve rounded up some of the best November spreads to showcase the endless possibilities of journal-making.
We’ve got samples and templates featuring themes guaranteed to jumpstart your creativity.
These wonderful examples were handpicked and curated to inspire you to take those bullet journal supplies out of storage and start making your own November spread.
We hope you enjoy these delightful samples.
This layout uses a stamping technique that’s reminiscent of childhood arts and crafts to create a simple yet elegant November cover page.
A Tombow brush pen was used for calligraphy that adds a pop of color to the whole layout.
This November weekly spread was created using stickers, printouts, doodles, and stamps in the same color scheme. This layout is a great inspiration if you want a monochromatic look for your bullet journal spread.
Need some ideas for your black bullet journal? Here’s an example for a black cover page for November.
This example used white gel pens and gold paint to create a stunning spread.
As the northern hemisphere prepares for the onset of the winter months, November is ideal for quiet contemplation.
For some people, this is a great time to slow down and focus on creating a cozy atmosphere in their homes and their mental space.
This bujo example reflects a desire for hyggewhich is a way of life based on comfort and familiarity.
Mushrooms are a popular bullet journal theme for both the month of November and the entire fall season. Here is a charming example of a mushroom forest created using pastels and waterproof pens.
6. Watercolor Weekly Log
Watercolors can lend a dramatic effect to your bullet journal spread this November. If you want to try it out, this is a great example to take inspiration from.
7. Day of the Dead Theme
Day of the Dead or the Day of the Dead falls on November 1st. This holiday originated in Mexico, but it is now observed in many parts of the world.
The example cover page above features a painted skull and takes inspiration from the holiday that commemorates our loved ones who have passed.
8. Tea Time
In case you prefer tea over coffee, here’s a sample cover page that features the relaxing beverage. Earth-toned colors were used to create a subtle, grounded look for the setup.
9. Fairytale Spread
This fairytale-inspired spread features a highly stylized Dutch door that reveals the weekly pages of the bullet journal. The colorful layout is a charming way to incorporate magical symbolism into your journal.
10. Retro Trackers
November is a great time to go inward and do some quiet contemplation.
This example, from the same creator as sample #11, showcases a retro-themed tracker spread. You can use it to monitor everything from your mood to water intake, dental-care habits, social media use, and more.
11. Hello November
This simple cover page was created using a wreath stamp and some calligraphy. How would you embellish your own November cover page?
12. To Camp
This bullet journal entry features a camping theme. Most of the elements in this spread were created by hand.
If you love the outdoors, you might give this spread a try. Also, you might want to check out this post for some suggestions of fun outdoor hobbies that promote a sense of adventure.
13. November Critter
If you’re looking for a simple cover page design, this is a great option. The clean lines and monochromatic, earth-toned color scheme imbues this spread with elegance.
14. November Is Tea Time
Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a blue-themed example for a bullet journal spread, this one is worth checking out.
The creator is fascinated with tea and the color blue and has incorporated these elements into this November layout.
15. Officially Pie Season
Love pie? Here’s an example that celebrates pie season by featuring an entire apple pie on the cover page.
16. What Am I Grateful For?
If you’re based in the US, you might want your bullet journal to feature the most widely celebrated holiday in November. Many people observe Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November.
This is a great time to contemplate everything that you’re thankful for in life. Having a Gratitude Page is very appropriate for your bullet journal’s November section.
17. Gratitude Turns What We Have Into Enough
If you’re looking for a black-and-white spread for November, here’s one you might want to try.
This weekly spread features an illustrated mid-page divider, as well as functional elements such as:
18. Transition to a New Month
Here is a transition page you might want to try to bid the old month goodbye and welcome the incoming month. The concept is cleverly executed.
What do you think of this spread?
19. Foxy November
This printable November setup has everything you need for a cozy bullet journal spread.
20. Geometric and Golden
Washi tape is a mainstay in a bullet journal owner’s supply box because of its versatility.
In this example, geometric washi tape is used as a major design component for this bujo’s November spread.
21. Printable November Setup
A bullet journal template is super helpful when you don’t have the time to make your November spread by hand. This example includes the following bujo elements:
They are ideal for use in an A5-sized journal and have been hand-drawn by the creator for added charm.
Final Thoughts on November Bullet Journal Ideas
We hope you enjoyed browsing through this collection of November bullet journal spread examples.
May they inspire you to channel your creativity into your bullet journal and create a truly meaningful and functional spread for November and the months beyond.
For more resources on bullet journals, feel free to check out the following posts:
Finally, if you don’t know the “right” way to journal, then check out this seven-step process for building a journaling habit that sticks.