In My Office: 30 Days of Lists Mini

Jennifer Wilson

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September 21, 2012

The 30 Days of Lists project is almost over, so I thought I would share the bulk of my book with you! (Note: You can still join this round and get the prompts for your own 30 Days project.)

This was my first time participating and I’ve had a lot of fun. I flip for super-easy projects, especially if they involve mini books! I created a simple foundation using 3 sheets of patterned paper from BasicGrey (cut to 4×6) and letter stickers.

My additional supplies were very minimal: Project Life 3×4 grid cards, washi tape and fabric stickers. With such a detailed collection of patterned papers, I found that I didn’t need a lot of extras to make it look fab.

I’m sharing Days 1-21 below mostly for design purposes; i.e. where to put your cards and embellishments. The photos don’t enlarge because my journaling is fairly personal in some places, though nothing juicy.

I loved the challenge of journaling based on specific prompts and will definitely participate in 30 Days of Lists again. List-making tends to be an easy way to get started journaling, if you’re feeling stuck. Several of these topics could end up as layouts in the future.

Supplies

Out of Print from BasicGrey is become more difficult to find, though I did see a 6×6 pad at Hobby Lobby. The yellow and navy arrow tapes are from Michaels Recollections.

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