The Gratitude Project | A DIY Minibook/Journal Documenting Thankfulness in November (Part II)

I can't believe how fast November has flown by!  I have some pretty big changes coming up at my "day job" and my hubby has been working a ton of overtime. As a result, our days and the couple of hours we've had had together in the evenings have really come and gone in the blink of an eye.

Life has a way of doing that. 

Which makes me ever so grateful I took the time to prep and create this gratitude project.  Taking the time to slow down and focus on all the good that has happened in the midst of a busy and stressful year has been good for my soul.

Last week, I had one evening set aside to spend time crafting with a close friend. That allowed me some extra time to work on my gratitude notebook.

Below are the pages I've completed and sources to the products used are noted.  You can see the start and first few pages of my notebook here.

 

 Circle element from  Turning Leaves  collection by One Little Bird

Circle element from Turning Leaves collection by One Little Bird

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 Give Thanks banner from the  Friendsgiving collection  by Paislee Press. Mini Flair from Feed Your Craft.

Give Thanks banner from the Friendsgiving collection by Paislee Press. Mini Flair from Feed Your Craft.

I plan to wrap up what is left of this project over the holiday weekend.  I also hope to film a flip through for my YouTube channel after it's complete, so I do hope you'll stay tuned for more!

Next up, I'll begin preparing for my December album, which I am already so excited about! I'm planning a hybrid album with a mix of pocket pages and 6x8 pages, contained in one three ring binder. I can't wait to share more about it really soon! In the meantime, you can read more about my December album from last year, here.

Happy Thanksgiving to all my U.S. friends! Hugs!