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I started out just trying to remember the number, but that lasted only till I got to a dozen or so - my rememberer is not as young as it used to be! So I created a spreadsheet. I have the number, the title of the page, whether it is the left, right, or N/A (for single-page layouts), when it was created, when it was completed, and the album to which it belongs. And I started making a note on the back of each page listing created/completed/number info.
What do you do to keep track of this info?
Sharon - Kitty and me
2013 Scrapbook pages count: 631 / 350
2014 Scrapbook pages count: 60 / 250
I just keep in my head how many I've done that night or that weekend, then I come here regularly and update the "completed pages" thread. All I do is find my previous post, detailing how many I've done in the year to date and add my latest number to that. I find that works for me.
I have a calendar hanging over my work table (Disney of course ) When I am done for the day, I write the number of pages finished in the square. When I have updated here, I add the total to that day's block (5/25 for 5 pages done that day and 25 total) That way, I know if I have added the total to the challenge or not. Simple, but works for me as I don't always get on here to update.
I do digital scrapbooking, so when I save a page as a jpg I number them. It helps me keep track of how many pages I have finished and it helps me keep them in order for when I have them printed as a book.
Find my November 2016 TR updated 4/27/2017 here!
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