90 days at a time


I made this book as a home for my ’90 days’. It’s my way of keeping track of daily journaling, prayers, and Bible study, 90 days at a time. More concise. Easier to remember certain days or prayers. And a simple joy to come up with a new design every few months.

November WorkInProgress kit::
Paper: 7gypsies, making memories, cosmo cricket (from my stash)
Stickers: making memories
Trim: making memories velvet trim
Die cut: leaf
Other:: vintage thread, stamps, pearl glimmer mist, spellbinders tag die cut, cereal box, book rings, crop-a-dile, glue gun

  1. use 2-5.5x8 cardboard cut from cereal box (the larger kind like from Costco, it’s pretty sturdy, and a great way to use what you have), coat with spray adhesive, and apply 7gypsies paper to front.
  2. on back, using above technique, apply cosmo cricket ledger paper, and trim edge with 7gypsies. Punch front and back covers with crop-a-dile.
  3. Die cut Making Memories Panorama  paper to make tag. Punch hole in top. Trim ‘cherish’ sticker, punch hole to make like a tag, and attach to top of larger tag. Place in the center of cover.
  4. apply making memories sticker to front of large tag. Attach velvet trim using glue gun.
  5. Using Kraft leaf die cut from kit, spray with pearl glimmer mist, and stamp with graphic stamp to add interest and texture. Attach to velvet trim with glue gun.
  6. add label sticker to lower right edge of cover.
  7. I add 65 lb paper, cut in half, as the filler to my book. I like the plain, unlined paper, so that I can treat my pages like an art journal if the need arises.
  8. bind book with book rings, and you are set.

Next time a peek inside.
Enjoy today!

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