Bullet Journal Setup – September Plan With Me – Origami

Bullet Journal Setup – September Plan With Me – Origami


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Hello everyone, it’s Andrea and welcome to the September Plan With Me. All supplies I use will be listed in the description
box below. I can’t believe the summer is over. This year has gone by so quickly! The theme for September is Origami! I’ve been wanting to do this theme for a while
now. I’ve also decided to go back to the one color
for this month. This light blue color will be the main theme
color throughout the month. I colored in all the letters for my title. I let the first layer dry a little before
adding the shadow layers. I added them to the “folded” parts of the
letters. I went over it one more time to give an extra
small line to the “darkest” part of the shadow. I also went in and added shadow parts to the
origami crane itself. It looked pretty good for only being one color. I wrote September at the top of the Calendar
page. There were two types of fonts I used for this
origami theme. A skinnier paper strip type font and this
larger folded paper type font. I do like the larger one better and would
have preferred to only use this one but I could only fit so many letters across the
page. So I had to switch back and forth between
the two. I also added some hanging cranes coming down
from the title and added a to do section on the right side. Then I divided my calendar up. Each day is six squares wide and seven squares
tall. I also added a one square line border at the
top that will have the days of the week in it. Then I added small lines for shadows to my
origami before coloring in the top black border. I colored in all the lettering and the shadows
on the origami. I gave this lettering the same type of shadows
as the other font. I highlighted the numbers from the days of
the week to add a little pop of color to each box then gave the whole thing a drop shadow. Then I used my white gelly roll pen to write
the days of the week along the top black border. For my Trackers I went back to the same two
pages as usual. I started with my mood tracker and decided
to draw 30 little airplanes all over the page. This was the easiest and fasted origami to
draw over and over again. And the lines in the airplanes also allows
me to color them in with more than one mood color. The origami I still make to this day is the
boat. Or “hat” as some people call it. And you know who you are out there! I wrote all my moods at the bottom then I
numbered all the planes for each day of the month. This is what August’s mood tracker looks like
all filled in. This one was definitely super cool! I colored in my lettering and went over it
a few times to give it it’s shadows. Then I color coded all the moods at the bottom. I’m still really enjoying the mini calendars
for the Habit Tracker so I went ahead a drew out nine mini calendars for all of my habits. I outlined all the habit title boxes and colored
them in with the black felt. Then I wrote habits down the side and weather
at the bottom. I drew little origami boats to help separate
the two sections. I was happy with my choice last month to put
the weather section back with the trackers. Each box – or day – is two squares wide and
three and half squares tall. The half will be the space where the day of
the week goes and the bottom one square is for the days highs and lows. Using the blue theme color I colored in all
the titles and gave the boats their shadow lines. Then I added a drop shadow. Using my white gelly roll pen I wrote my habits
in their boxes. One of the boxes was too short so I just added
another small line of black to make it a little longer. On the weather tracker I continued the white
lines up and wrote the first letter of everyday of the week as well as the number for every
day. This turned out better than I thought it would. Then I wrote all the days inside all the mini
calendars. As I do my habits I will give each one a blue
dot on the number. I am actually really enjoying the Doodle-A-Day
page. As before, each box is four squares by four
squares and the top square has a one square border for the days of the week. Here is what August’s Doodle-A-Day page looks
like all filled in. I opted for mostly black and white, but may
color it in later on. I used the black felt to color in the top
border, keeping with the black and white theme from the last page. I colored in my title and gave all the boxes
a drop shadow. Then I wrote the days of the week in the white
pen at the top and numbered all the boxes. The Polaroid Memories page I used the larger
paper font and wrote memories small at the top in the little empty space. Then I colored in my title and the shadows. This page will hold four small sized Polaroids. For the Brain Dump page I used the smaller
font again so I could fit the whole title across one page then added a few of the origami
elements. Then I colored in my title and added my shadows. Since now I have an extra page I decided to
make a Project Ideas page. Not only for upcoming project ideas I’ve got
brainstorming, but hopefully to finish any projects that I’ve been wanting to do for
a while now. I haven’t made a DIY tutorial in sooo long
I decided that needs to change! I also added a few more origami elements to
this page. I especially love the little whale at the
bottom. (add heart?) This Exercise Tracker has been working so
well for me. I’m so glad that I’ve re-vamped it to incorporate
more times that I workout. And it looks more organized. I wrote exercise and description on the left
side and added my three boxes with six squares in each one that will have the weight, reps
and sets. So I can write down each exercise six times
in the month. Last month I found that six was plenty! Then I added my blue themed lines to separate
each row. I also color coded the days of the week at
the top. I repeated this for the next three pages. For the weekly spread I wrote September down
the left side and because the letters are so big I just put the numbers to the right
of it at the bottom. Each day of the week is separated with a flying
paper airplane and the travel lines around it. I really thought this idea was cute. I added the number of the day of the week
inside the circle of the flight path. My water and sleep tracker are connected at
the bottom. Each of the “fold” lines in the paper will
be the amount of water I drink that day. Then I outlined the rest of the days of week
on the other page with more paper airplanes and more travel lines. At the top right I added my meal tracker,
which looks like an accordion folded piece of paper with directions on the side. I outlined the side bar on the left of the
meal tracker and used up the empty space at the bottom for a to do list. Then I wrote SS Meals on the boat. Ha! Funny! Cuz it’s a boat. Then I colored in all the words. I even added color to all the dashed lines
for a little extra bit of color. Lastly I filled in the days of the week with
my white pen for the meal tracker. I hope you’ve enjoyed this months Origami
theme and I hope I may have inspired some of you to create your own themes for your
bullet journal. If you try any of the themes I have created,
please tag me on Instagram @amazing_andrea_1. That’s with underscores. I would love to see your recreations. If you don’t want to miss next months setup
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to see you next time.

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