Explore autumn in your bullet journal with falling leaves, hot cocoa, and warm scarves. From simple and minimalistic to intricate designs, check out these lovely November monthly cover page ideas that are sure to inspire.
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We love this starry skies November bujo monthly cover. It looks exquisite, yet it’s fairly easy to recreate. Plus, there’s nothing like a great Theodore Roosevelt quote to get you motivated on chilly days.
For this monthly cover, start by etching out a background of clouds in pencil. From there, decide which clouds will be the night sky (black) and which will be the clouds (differing shades of blue). Add constellations and other details with a fine tipped gel pen.
Rise and shine with this delectably realistic cup of coffee from @journalwithkate. Has coffee ever been so beautiful??
Whether you’re just getting over a break up or a serious Ariana Grande fan, implementing this wild and pink cover page idea will leave your November boy trouble free.
Ebb and flow with the phases of the moon this November. Find it difficult to draw a perfect circle? Grab this handy circle making tool to make it so much easier.
Keep it simple with Staedtler’s fineliner pens. Not only are they good for drawing simple monthly covers like this one, their vibrant colors make any page seem to glow.
What we love about gemstones and rhinestones is you can color them any way you like – pink, green, yellow, rainbow, literally everything!
Tea time was made for November days. Here’s a sweet little monthly cover idea that will take you no more than 5 minutes. (PS… What tea are you enjoying this November?)
If you’re inspired by this delicious looking monthly page cover, don’t be afraid to whip some macarons up yourself!
This monthly cover gives us Aladdin vibes and we’re totally feeling it!
Here’s another adorable monthly cover by Becky. We especially love how she incorporated an acorn into the November lettering.
If you absolutely love rainy fall days, try this monochromatic cover page on for size.
Triangular graphics take center stage in this monthly cover. Try it out with whatever you have on hand – colored pencils, markers, even pens!
I know, I know. You’re probably thinking you can never recreate THAT. But that’s where you’re wrong. @blossum_bujo actually created printables you can find on her profile. Well, what are you waiting for??
Watercolor is a simple way to bring out what would be a rather monochromatic page. Just give your cover page a few washes in one or two colors and voila! A masterpiece.
How stunning is this November sky? I think we’re in love..
Fall’s when the leaves are most colorful and they most definitely are in this beautiful watercolor-esque November page.
If the still life coffee cup earlier was much too intimidating, try your hand at these mini coffees. Yum…
Catch all your bad dreams and live your best. 🙂
A little highlight goes a long way…
Even if you have already made a November cover page, there’s no reason why you can’t have these little kittens hanging out everywhere else throughout the month.
If you’ve ever wanted to try a dark bullet journal page, now’s the time.
Bring back springtime with this vibrant November page that’s ready to bloom!
Float away with these giant blue hot air balloons for November.
For the fungi fanatics in all of us.
Loving this vibrant Amsterdam cover page from @grace.journals!
Phases of the moon never go out of style.
A classic twist on coffee cups, here are a beautiful collection of tea mugs. 🙂
Love watercolor, but can’t seem to make it work? Try this easy to recreate cloud cover page!
We love plants. Not only are they low maintenance, they’re stunning to look at. Just look at the succulents here by Kaitlyn!
Plaid and November go together like falling leaves and autumn – absolutely stunning!