PeaNut 153,156 June 2004 Posts: 12,226 Layouts: 39 Loc:
Posted: 11/30/2012 11:00:30 AM
In October I was inspired by a thread about scrapping a layout a day. Or more! I started off very well at the beginning of this month but two surgical procedures threw me off course. It's been two weeks since the 2nd one and my recovery is going very well. I'm planning on an all day scrap fest on Saturday. Or as long as I can scrap in my uncomfortable scrap chair. I'd love to get at least a few layouts done.
How did you do with your scrapping goals this November? If you didn't set any goals, tell us what you did accomplish? Did you buy anything new and fun?
Completed layouts & projects
2012 total layouts: 62
mini albums: 4
PeaNut 211,065 June 2005 Posts: 1,906 Layouts: 0 Loc: WA state
Posted: 11/30/2012 2:44:50 PM
I don't remember what my November goal was, but, I know that I can't count finished pages this time around. I am working on a whole album of heritage photos at once.
I got alot done in terms of getting the pictures ready for scrapping and putting them in chronological order as best as I can. That's big for me. I'm going to two all-day crops this weekend at which I hope to get a few handmade cards done and start finishing some of those heritage pages I started.
Pages completed in 2010: 179
Pages completed in 2011: 121
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