Given how much I enjoyed challenging myself last month, I'm going to have a go at a few bits and pieces this month.
1) Scrap a story about work
I collect loads of anecdotes from school and jot them all down in an exercise book. But I never seem to get around to putting them in my scrapbook. This month, I intend to change this!
2) Finish an unfinished project.
I suppose quite a few of us have half-finished scrapbook pages. My goal is to get at least one completed and into the album. However, if I don't like the half-finished bit, I reserve the right to pull it to pieces and start again.
3) Prepare my Journal Your Christmas things
A little preparation goes a long way. And given how manically busy December often is, I want to get a head start. Christmas is my favourite time of year, and now that I'm onto my third JYC, that feels like a part of Christmas too. So looking forward to making a start!
4) Scrap a large photo - bigger than 4x6
I always scrap pictures 4x6 or smaller, simply because that's what I can print at home. And yet I love seeing pages with huge photos on. So this is the month I'm going to pull myself together, go out and get a giant print to scrap. Hurrah!
5) Include some stamping on a layout
I'm bad a stamping. But then I have always supposed that to be because I have not taken the trouble to practise. However, recently I bought a graph paper background stamp by Hero Arts, which I love and will make brilliant lines to journal on. So I'm going to take a deep breath and give it a shot.
P.S. No pictures today - this is a flying post between doing other things. Although I will admit that some of those include watching The Big Bang Theory, knitting frantically and pondering the advisability of ordering take out.
P.P.S. I'm thinking that the advisability level is high?
P.P.P.S. Also, did not win the lottery yesterday. Miffed. On the plus side, there's a whole story behind why I played and why I don't mind losing (much). Remind me to tell you about it :D