The 100 Day Project is over for this year and I was creative for every one of those 100 days. Some days, it was a whole load of journaling for The A-Z of Me: Abridged Version; on others, it was merely moving a few photos around on a sheet of cardstock while I thought about placement and embellishments.
My goal was to finish numerous UFOs and I was reasonably successful in that –
- The wedding album is complete 🙂
- All the gaps in The Boy’s albums have been filled
Where I was not remotely successful was with the non-traditional scrapbooking projects –
- The Royal Ballet School journal
- Moving the original Me: The Abridged Version A4 album into an oversized A5 kraft journal – I worked on this a little and am now on the letter G
- Find a workable plan for Mum’s photos and stories, and make it, well, work. Because the plan I started with isn’t working
The 100 Day Project is proof that being creative on a regular basis needn’t take up hours of each day; five minutes can be just as productive as five hours.
I’m already thinking about next year’s 100 Day Project.