September 13, 2012
I have trouble with journaling, and as a scrapbooker, this can pose a problem. I sometimes feel like my writing has to be grand and poignant, and sometimes I feel like I don’t have a full paragraph left in me. This is where making lists comes in! I love lists. Because they are short bursts of thought, they take a lot less time and effort. Perfect for those quick pages, mini books, and even challenges, like the ones at our Fall crop!
Here’s a few old school layouts where I used lists:
On this page, I simply filled in the pre-printed spots. Easy peasy!
Here, I wrote the list in paragraph form but kept the thoughts short and simple.
In this layout, I limited myself to 10 items, which made for a quick and easy layout.
So here’s to no-hassle, low-stress journaling! Next time you scrap, try making a list. You’ll love how easy your project will come together.
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