And now that you are armed with a few more ideas to help you create a yearly review page, document your resolutions, scrapbook your goals, and maybe even start a monthly album project, here are some supplies that you might need to help you with your scrapbooking in 2010 (you'll have to excuse me while I link you over and over to Two Peas - this is the site that I am most familiar with. Feel free to provide any links in the comments you think other scrappies might swoon over).
For the ambitious scrappers among us, a complete Year in Review book, digital style:
For the ones who simply want a single page to cover the year:
Digi journaling cards that could potentially help you with that resolutions page:
I love the vintage look of these Jenni Bowlin calendar cards (also in black/red and yellow/red). These would be great for page accents or even a mini-mini-album:
Jillibean Soup Red Calendar Journaling Sprouts (also in green, brown, and black) would be perfect for a date accent or adding a cohesive element to a month-by-month album:
The larger size of these Jenni Bowlin 6" Circle Die Cut Calendars would be great for a mini-album:
This Creative Cafe Calendar Kit would be a super easy (and colorful) way to create monthly review pages as you go:
Maya Road 2010 Black & White Calendar Sheer Accents:
Carina Gardner's IMPRINT v.4 digi brush and stamp kit would make super a super cool addition to your digi and hybrid stash:
These 7Gypsies Gypsy Year stamps aren't brand new, but they are still fancy and flourish-y and useful year after year:
For the Project 365-ers:
And with that bit of enabling, my week here on the blog is complete. Thank you for joining me, and I wish you all the best in 2010!