Yes, the month is only two days old, but every Friday this month I plan to share my 30 Days of Thankful pages here on my blog and I’m going to encourage you to share as well.
A few things to keep in mind:
1. You don’t need my album set to do this project. You people are crafty scrapbookers! You can take any approach you like to this concept. You don’t even need to scrapbook it. Heck, you can post to your Facebook page, or your Twitter account. One thing you’re thankful for every day can take any number of expressive forms.
2. You don’t have to be the deepest person alive! My first page, as you’ll see, is devoted to being thankful for the silly things in life.
3. You just have to share what is in your heart. From the littlest things to the biggest things, this challenge is meant to capture what is authentic about you and what you are grateful for.
Here are my first two pages, from yesterday and today.
Silliness and having an income. Two things, one small, one not so small. Both reminding me of what I’m thankful for on the first two days of this month.
I have a strong feeling I’ll be using my iPhone a lot for these album photos.
I would love to see what you are doing and encourage you to post a link below so others can see as well! Every Friday this month will be about show and tell and gratitude. I hope you’ll consider joining in.
30 Days of Thankful is officially underway.
PRODUCTION NOTE: For those of you who are using the printable PDF, please note that sometimes Adobe Acrobat will stretch your pages to fill a full sheet of paper. To avoid this, when you print your files, be sure to select the Actual Size option under Page Sizing & Handling in the print dialogue window. This will ensure a final trim size of 6 x 6.