December Bullet Journal Spreads with Winter Mantle

Catherine General

December winter bullet journal spread

Each month, Club Canvo subscribers get their envelope of themed stamps and stencil goodness sent to them. The trend in bullet journaling is to take one theme through your whole month and our stamp sets are created with that in mind.

December winter bullet journal spread

Ashlee, used the stamps from the main set in her November shipment, Winter Mantle, to create this adorable cover page for December. She used the weekly tracker gnome stamp as a decorative cutie here.

December winter bullet journal spread

She then used the Weekly Eleven stencil to create this weekly spread. These stencils help you whip out quick and easy layouts for your week and also to build a library of stencils you can grab year round.

December winter bullet journal spread

She embellished each of the weekly spreads with a few of the smaller stamps in the main image set. And used the cute lantern bullets here to create a little “notes” area.

December winter bullet journal spread

I love how she turned her Weekly Eleven Stencil to create a different look for this spread. You can really get more out of your stencils when you think outside of the box and can always choose which areas to draw on to your page to create a layout that fits your needs for that spread.

These themed stamps and her choice of one color combo help to tie her month together and and look just great!

Each month includes products around a theme so your bullet journal pages and spreads for the month all coordinate together. You'll receive:

  • 4 x 6 themed stamp set (great for bullet journaling AND card making!
  • 3 x 4 coordinating stamp set with the month name and bullet journal pieces for creating lists and boxes and spreads and more!
  • 6 x 9 stencil for creating habit trackers, quick spreads, etc.

The retail value is over $32 and the monthly subscription cost is $24.95. It's a great discount and you get your goodies early!

These spreads are for December, but will be perfect for January, too! Houses, trees and gnomes? Yes, PLEASE!

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