Layout a Day for the month of October has come and gone… Even though I didn’t get as many pages completed as I hoped I would, I’m still super happy with the few I did complete! Any pages done during LOAD is more than I started the month with : )
Our ScrapHappy sisters Lynnette and Leslie, with the help of Dani and her daily videos, led the month with prompts and amazing inspiration to create pages. The theme was “In Vogue” and the prompts took us through decades, spanning almost 100 years of amazing history. One of the prompts was “1930’s: Money is Tight” and it made me realize I hadn’t documented the chores and “work pay” we implemented this summer for our girls.
Even though we encourage our girls to save a third to half of their pay in their piggy banks, we’ve noticed one of our daughter’s is a natural saver, the other an absolute spender! It’s fun to document these types of characteristics – I definitely wonder how much they’ll change over the years! Needless to say, it was great inspiration and I love the way this turned out!
How do you document these types of life lessons? If you’ve created a layout, I’d love to see it, so share links in the comments!
As always, thanks for stopping by. Have a joyful, creative, blessing filled day!
PS. Don’t forget to share this or pin it on Pinterest if you’re inspired to get creative with stencils and inks!
A F F I L I A T E L I N K S // P R O D U C T S U S E D
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Broken China
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Tumbled Glass
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Peeled Paint
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Forest Moss
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Shabby Shutters
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Gathered Twigs
The Crafter’s Workshop Squircle stencil
Birds die cuts made using Slice Elite and Vintage Findings Design Card
Stickles in Glam Pink
Woodgrain Amy Tangerine Sketchbook Muse Printed Chipboard Thickers