Not a big change from last week. I took some time to make daily blog task bookmarks for the Documented Life Planner. The books for those are still in progress but almost done. I only have one month left to go in each of the three journals. In the mean time I'm using a spiral notebook as my daily To Do. I've traced around my kindle in the center of each page to make a smaller space that will fit the pages of the composition book. When the composition books are ready, I can collage these pages from the spiral into the appropriate dated pages.
You'll also notice a stack of 'cardstock' just above the bookmarks. Those are paint swatches. The printed stack on top are the perfect size for Project Life cards! And with beautiful backgrounds. Dutch Boy, I believe. The cards below are nice solid colors also perfect to use as base cards in the PL albums. I didn't not pick these up for this purpose. But in searching through my Altered scraps drawer for items to send to a artist/ writer buddy in ME I found the paint chips I forgot I had. They are now all put away.
Okay, so why am I telling you this? This is the day of the week when we peek into other artist's spaces. Go to Julia Dunnit's blog first for all the details and links to other fun places to visit.
One more thing. Some of you had asked about the box I'm storing my embossing folders in. This is it. $20 at the craft store but only $5 at Dollar General! All of my embossing folders are in here and slides under the shelf there. Then my extra manilla folders and the platform for the Vagabond sit on top of the box. I'm keeping the old platform sizzix in case I want to play when there's a power outage. I'm not keeping it there, just haven't figured out the best place to store it for now.