I mentioned last week that Amy and I released a new digital kit and a new project called RESET. Amy shared her album and some guidance on the project on her blog yesterday. If you haven’t gotten a chance to check out that post, head over there. Amy always amazes me with her goals and how much she gets done.
I’m taking a little bit of a different approach for my RESET album. I’m still using the kit, still using a 6×8 SNAP album, and still following along with Amy’s prompts, but I’m also including my “Start Fresh Workbook” from the Start Fresh class I’m taking from Simple Scrapper (It starts tomorrow! Sign up today to get access!). Start Fresh is all about scrapping and creative goals… and I thought it would fit in well with my RESET binder, which is ALSO about goals and making myself better. It’s going in a different section, but it’s still living in the same binder, so I’ll feel all sorts of good goal feelings when I work on them all together 🙂
Here’s a look into my RESET // START FRESH album:
6×8 Simple Stories SNAP binder.I’m using my favorite binder, a brown I love that it’s compact, and yet still has the ability to house page protectors that have perfect 3×4 spots for all of the 3×4 cards that I am literally ADDICTED to.
As I mentioed above, I’ve decided to divide this binder into two parts– one for RESET prompts, and one for the Start Fresh Workbook. I love that the SNAP binders have dividers already. I’ll decorate those later on in the project. Maybe.
Here’s a look at the inside of my first page– with some prompts, some journaling… just a jump start to everything that I’m hoping to include. On the left side is another card from the same Kelly Purkey kit, a numbered list card from my digital kit, and 4×6 card from the Midnight Project Life kit with one of the digital word art elements printed on it, and stamped with arrows. And then journaling added, of course!
The journaling on the left is on one of the printed cardboard pages included with the SNAP album. I trimmed off some of it (the one with the @ sign that just didn’t fit in with what I wanted to convey. Plus, I wanted some different dimension and page widths in the album, and it cutting it was the perfect fix!) and then added my crazy rambling journaling.
I plan on adding more of the quick pages and prompts from the kit… I’m trying to take this project slow and steady so I don’t get overwhelmed too quickly.
Moving on to the Start Fresh portion of the album…
I included some of my favorite prompts and pages from the workbook– It also has a calendar, which is super useful. This is one of the best parts of the Start Fresh class. (One of. There are many best parts of Start Fresh! *wink*) I love that Jennifer challenges you to think of creative goals and projects to plan out your year.
So that’s the first “check in” with my goal setting album! I’m so excited to add more to it… and I’m excited to see how you guys interpret this challenge as well!