12 Days of Giving

Happy New Year! Christy Riopel here today with Tuesday with The Team!

The new year always brings resolutions and every year I resolve to Scrapbook more. To “catch up. This year I am trying something a little different. From all my reading I have learned that the key to being successful at any goal is to be specific and reasonable with your goals. So this year I am resolving to make one page a month from a photo I took recently. I think one page a month is a reasonable and attainable goal.

 

This page is the first of my pages. Pictures from this Christmas. It’s a simple page made from Core’dinations ColourCore cardstock, Elizabeth Craft Designs dies, Clearsnap ink and stencils, Pico Embelisher and  Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.

To create my background I layer my cardstock over top of my stencil and sanded in different areas.

Now I have one page done! How about you? Are you going to join me in my scrapbooking resolution or do you have one of your own?

Have a wonderful Tuesday!

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  1. Love the soft velvety look to this..so rich!

    I have promised myself to work with my planner more faithfully this year and this is one of the first steps: setting your goals for the year. I totally agree they need to be specific and attainable…otherwise in my world they don’t get done…no matter what good intentions I had.

    The nice thing in working with a planner, is you re-evalute them every month, and if they’re not working you can adjust them.

    My motto this year is: “Fail to plan, plan to fail!” Don’t know who first quoted it, but it totally makes sense to me.

  2. Love the layout. love the idea of using the stencil under coredinations cardstock. brilliant!

    love your simple attainable goal too. smart lady.

  3. Great idea! Goals should be SMART. Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Timely