056. Make a photo book out of our New Zealand holiday pictures

23 01 2010

When will I have achieved this goal? When I have a finished project of our New Zealand photos printed out and in my hands.

Why did I choose this goal? Another photo book project, this time pictures from our New Zealand honeymoon in January 2009. I haven’t printed out any pictures from our trip.

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055. Buy a digital scrapbooking kit instead of downloading a ‘freebie’

23 01 2010

When will I have achieved this goal? When I have downloaded and scrapbooked a page with a paid kit.

Why did I choose this goal? I am good at hunting down and downloading high-quality digital scrapbooking ‘freebies’ (free kits), but there are lots and lots of nice ones that aren’t free. I’d like to purchase one kit I’ve been eyeing up but passed by because it cost money. I’m a scrooge at times. 😛





054. Turn our wedding pictures into a photobook

23 01 2010

When will I have achieved this goal? When I have a finished project of our wedding pictures printed out and in my hands. 

Why did I choose this goal? My husband and I married on November 1st 2008 and, with the exception of our 20-page wedding album, I haven’t printed out the high-resolution pictures given to us by our photographer. I’d like to make a simple photobook and get it printed and bound.





053. Scrapbook a year

23 01 2010

When will I have achieved this goal? When I have scrapped a year’s worth of pictures and shared some of my layouts on this blog. 

Why did I choose this goal? Finishing a project I start is a big achievement for me.





052. Scrapbook six months

23 01 2010

When will I have achieved this goal? When I have scrapped six months worth of pictures and shared some of my layouts on this blog. 

Why did I choose this goal? Digital scrapbooking is one of my hobbies, and I’m determined to finish a project. By scrapping six months worth of pictures, I’m closer to my ultimate goal of a year.