The September edition of 30 Days of Lists starts next week and I’m glad to get started.
I normally challenge myself to shop my stash and like to get a little creative with my lists, but this year I decided to pick up a 6×6 paper pad from American Crafts (found at Target, I can’t find the paper pad online) to keep things looking cohesive and to step out of my comfort zone a bit.
What’s more out of my comfort zone than something extra girly — pinks, flowers, gold…it’s not something I world normally reach for when at the scrapbook store, but this one spoke to me for some reason!
This time around, I created a mini-kit for myself of some washi tape, stamps, embellishments, my trusty Sharpie, paper labels, and some wood veneer.
The #30Lists stamp and flair are from the rukristin papercrafts shop (which is due to reopen in September).
I’m using the same binder as I did for the March 2014 challenge — this time with 3×3 square inserts for my lists.
I trimmed the patterned paper and slipped them into the different page protectors to see how the papers would look side-by-side.
Because there are more pockets than days in the challenge, I left several of the pockets empty so I could try my hand at a few different techniques. I’m thinking a confetti pocket would be pretty fitting for these fairly-feminine layouts
I’m thinking I bit off more than I can chew with the size of the squares…I obviously can’t fit much onto each square list-wise and some of the designs are pretty busy so I’m not sure how to best get my lists to stand out…any advice is welcome.
If you are interested in joining the 30 Days of Lists challenge, register here.
If you register before September 1, 2014, there is an exclusive digital scrapbooking kit included in the price of the class — it is full to the brim with awesomeness.
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