I totally enjoyed taking part in 30 Lists during September. (Even thought I am not yet finished.) So when they announced they would be doing 30 Lists in December for the first time, I knew I had to participate. But this time, I am going to do my best to not get behind, so that when December is over I will have completed both December and September.
This time, I have decided to go with a more digi art journal look, so my pages will be 8.5″x11″. This is actually the size I started with as a paper scrapper all those years ago. I think it will be fun to do this size for my December Lists.
Today I will be sharing with you lists one and two. Normally, I will be sharing my lists a couple of times a week. But I wanted to get started on the right foot, by making sure both lists were completed before the end of the day yesterday and I did it.
The prompt for the first list was to make a list of things you want to accomplish before the end of the year. I have to admit that this is just a partial list of things I’d like to accomplish before 2013 comes to a close.
The list two prompt was “around my house”. It was hard to decide what to include. I hope I have a good variety of things added to the list.
Are you doing a special project in December? Leave me a link in the comments so I can stop by and check it out.
Hope everyone has a great week in front of them. See you next time!
I love this idea. Found your lists on G+. I used to create Friendship Books and Decorated Books and these remind me of those.
I’m afraid if I get into electronic scrapping I would be in debt.
Actually, I think you’d be surprised how inexpensive digital scrapping can be. You can use a program called GIMP that is absolutely free. (And if prefer, you can always get Photoshop Elements for about $50 this time of year.) Plus their are a lot of supplies available for free from the digital scrapbooking community. And there are always great deals around. Of course, you can spend lots of money, but you definitely do not have to go that route.
The lists that you shared looks very do-able. I wouldn’t see why else you wouldn’t complete them and seems like you will finish the year strong. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for your comments, Nate. My biggest issue is that I am the queen of procrastination. That’s how I always end up behind.
Thanks for sharing. I make lists as well for my business. Sometimes I stay on task and others I stray. I know I have to get back on task when the beginning of the year starts.
Thanks for your comments Anita! I am very good at straying from my intended purpose. So I understand that issue.
I do trust all the ideas you’ve offered to your post. They are really convincing and can definitely work. Still, the posts are too quick for starters. May you please prolong them a little from next time? Thank you for the post.
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