Although it’s already the middle of the month, maybe it’s not too late for a bullet journal post. For March, I chose a plant theme.
The first monthly setup of 2019 is ready and I’m so excited!
Happy New Year, Everyone! In this post, I’ll show you how my 2019 bullet journal setup turned out.
Last year, I already made ball ornaments like this. At that time, I painted a deer and a Nativity scene on them. This year, I felt that someone was missing from the tree: and this someone was Jack Skellington.
Plan your Christmas with me. With the help of the link in this post, you can download the Christmas planner I’ve put together.
This is the last bullet journal setup of 2018. Unlike the previous setups, it doesn’t only have my regular monthly stuff, but it also functions as a kind of a Christmas planner.
November is right around the corner. I can’t believe that this year is almost over! If you’re interested to know how my November bullet journal setup looks like, keep on reading.
In this post, I’ll tell you how to make this tea light holder. It’s super easy to make, so it’s an ideal project for beginners.
I know that this is what everyone is saying but I just can’t believe it’s almost October! If you’d like to know what theme I picked for October, read this post.
When I was planning this setup and was looking for inspiration, I noticed that for September, almost everyone chooses an autumnal theme. Last year it was quite warm in September and according to meteorologists, the weather will be similar this…