How to Plan for Christmas in Your Bullet Journal

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Hi loves! It's Kate from @journalwithkate and I'm back with the Holiday Spirit! After a dampener of a year that stole festivals, celebrations, reunions, and all the related joys of a normal course life, it's time to think about Christmas. 

But how will it look this year? One thing is sure: Christmas will look nothing like it has in the past. Let's take advantage of this unique holiday season and plan an intimate Christmas Party with the ones we love the most. 

I'll show you how to set up a super easy Christmas Planning spread. And I've got an early Christmas gift for you. Read until the end and download your very own Christmas Planning printable. 

The supplies I use: 

  • A pencil and an eraser: I always sketch my designs out before doing the line work. I'm OCD and therefore can't handle wonky lines. Because I'm working with black paper I used a white pencil for my initial sketch. 
  • Paint markers:  Seriously, can we take a moment and admire how beautiful the combination black paper en paint markers is. The way the colors pop! I can't get enough of it! I used the Archer & Olive Acrylograph paint markers to create this spread and I love how it turned out. You can use code KATE10 for the Acrylographs as well. :) 

Ready for some inspo on how to plan for Christmas? Watch this video and learn how to set up a Christmas planning spread in minutes! 

I added some finishing touches and I absolutely love how it turned out!

I hope you find this blogpost helpful and you'll start planning for Christmas in your own bullet journal! I had so much fun creating this spread and enjoyed using my new Acrylograph markers. I'd love to see what you create, so tag me (@journalwithkate) and @archerandolive on Instagram. 

Good luck and have fun! 

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