It‘s me again, Tanti.
This time, I want to share with you my November planner set up.
If you would like to see my set up process, you can watch the video at the end of this post.
For this month, I‘m using my Webster’s Pages TN cover and this is how my planner pocket looks. I slipped the
Simon and Betty paperclips from the last kit into the pockets. I love looking at them when I open my planner.
Like every other months, I’ve also created a shaker dashboard for this month.
I love to create it by myself because I can easily match it to the Cocoa Daisy‘s colour scheme of the month.
The other side of my shaker dashboard is just a pocket folder to display my favorite journal cards.
As usual, I began with decorating the cover using the papers and the card from the memory keeping pocket kit and I also used the October Simon stamp set.
I really had a lot of fun using this stamp set. I‘m so happy that I can use them again for this month.
I won‘t use the month at a glance box that‘s on the first page of the dori because it‘s a little bit too small for me. So I‘ve just covered it up with a journal card and here you can see Simon again.
Since last February I‘ve always created a pocket behind my cover every month.This time I used the sticky notes to decorate the pocket to make it looks like a bush.
On the second page, I glued the challenge list sheet that I‘ve printed at home.
On the picture below, I attached the November calendar card onto my dori using washi tape.
To separate my weekend days, I used the mini wood stamp stick that came in the planner add on kit.
I really enjoyed using that mini wood stamp stick as you can see on this planner spread.
And I did the same to my month at a glance spread using one of the leaf stamps that was in the October Simon stamp set.
I love that there are a lot of items from the October kit that we can also use for the month of November. I will use some of them in my November journal pages. So, stay tuned for that.
Well, I hope you like my set up.
Thank you so much for stopping by and hope to see you next time.