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I completed 306 in 2011--increasing my initial goal twice--so I'll try for 300 again this year. Since I've completed albums for all my Disney trips (except for 3-4 pages I have to go back & finish), it's time to go back to the Scout and taekwondo books...and start finagling a new trip.
Oh, and I can make a book for our "sisters cruise" on the 25th! I almost forgot.
Our local scrapbook store closed , but I've been holding small crops in my basement (2-3 of us), and that's inspiring me to keep it up.
I did 331 pages last year, which was waaay beyond my expectations. I'm going to go with 200 pages for this year, as I'm quite a way through the Alaskan trip already and, once that's finished, the only thing I might be scrapping is our wedding (only 12 years on... ), so I'm actually worried I might run out of things to scrap...
Enjoying the stunning beauty of Casa Loma in Toronto as part of our Bagman Days trip, which is now into eastern Canada.
I might as well jump onto this thread this year (followed last year's thread!). I finished over 75 pages last year (on one book/trip!) so, I think I will set my goal at 80 pages for 2012. Now, it's up to you guys to keep me honest!!
This was really my first attempt at consistently scrapbooking (last year) and I am close to finishing a trip book for a DCL transatlantic cruise in 2010. I only have a million other things to scrap, a family wedding this year and a major trip this summer! I will try, though!
OK - I'm in again. I have so much to scrap that I could set me goal at 500 and not get it all done. I did complete 126 pages last year, and I need to keep at it more regularly. I'm going to set my goal for the year at 150 and hope to have the need to increase it before the year is done.
To kick off my efforts, I'm going to an all day (9 am. to midnight) crop on Jan 21st!!!
I used to work at a scrapbook store and was a very avid scrapbooker. I think I "hit a wall" with it all a few years ago and have hardly scrapbooked since! This is something I would really love to get back to doing. I've got my 2011 WDW trip that I've barely started on, an upcoming 2012 anniversary trip to WDW, and LOTS to catch up on for my 2 DDs. Since I want to be realistic, I'm going to start my goal at 50 pages, which is about 40 more than what I did last year! I can always increase it, right?!?!
Okay - I managed to make it to my goal EXACTLY last year....
Soooo.....I'm going to shoot for 125 this year, an increase of 25 pages!
Wish me luck! I will also be remodeling my livingroom, but I have so many things I need to finish up with scrapping!
Jennifer / Eeyore is my favorite!! OMG - He's sooooo grown up!!!! And an EAGLE SCOUT!! I can still remember my cute little Tiger Cub! 2016 Reading Goal - 75 books
Ok, I started out ok last year then life got in the way, things got put into my nice clean room and it was too much to go in there and straighten it back out again...then there wouldn't be any time to actually scrap.
SO....with the best of intentions....I'm going to set this year's goal at a hopefully manageable 100 .... I have PLENTY to scrap, that's not close to being a problem...it's getting the organization done to do it!
OH, and I really miss the challenges....they helped me....
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