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2010 Scrapping 52 Layouts

Posted by PatriciaD on December 15, 2009

2010 Scrapping 52 Layouts

I’m going to commit to making one layout per week of 2010.  At the end of the year I will have 52 layouts.  Wanna join me?  This will be fun.  Some of my layouts will be from previous years and some from the current year.  I’m not going to restrict myself to any particular time period but I do want to do at least one layout a week.  I hope you will, too.

 In order to do this there are some things I’ll need to do – and if you choose to do this with me you may want to consider doing, too.  Take photos on a daily basis

Here’s a list of things to consider scrapping:

Scrap daily life

        What are your goals or plans for the year?

        What is a typical day like for you?

        What is a typical week like for you?

        Where do you go to church, school, shop, work, library, etc.?

        What is a day in the life of your family, children like?

        What TV shows, movies, songs, and books are current this year?

        What are prices for common things this year where you live?

        What are the news events this year? (these last 3 items are a good idea to scrap every year)

Scrap any traveling done by you or your family

Scrap birthdays, holidays, other major events

Think about scrapping some of the events in your life that haven’t been done yet – children, holidays, previous homes, etc.

Scrap your parents, grandparents or other ancestors

How about scrapping previous jobs – what was your first job?  Your favorite job?  What have you done interesting at jobs that might be worthy of scrapping?

You could even just scrap a photo from every single day of the month onto a single scrapbook page.  I’ll create a layout to show you what this might look like.


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