52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips – Week 32

Welcome to Week #32 of my 52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips and StampinBuds Studio tour. Did you miss last week’s topic? I talked about my DMC Cardstock Matches, so be sure to check that out.

This week I want to talk about…

Week 32: Project Lists

Paper Crafting Organization - Project Lists

One of the ways I’m trying to get myself (re)organized creatively is by buckling down with a Project List. While I’m super good at starting projects I’m, unfortunately, not as good at finishing them… So finding some accountability within myself should be a really good thing for me. Guess we’ll see!

Just before the 2020 pandemic arrived I had signed up for a class called 20-in-20 with Stacy Julian. In this class Stacy was going to show me how to prioritize and complete 20 projects during 2020. I was super excited to get started! Daily life took over, though, and I basically quit before I ever got started – oopsie! At least I’m showing up NOW to revisit the class before it expires at the end of this year – Woohoo!

To start the class, Stacy had us identify 20 different projects we would like to create within a years time. Instead of using the provided worksheet, I transferred my projects onto this awesome Dry Erase Board. Isn’t it cute? I picked it up at Fred Meyer, my local one stop shopping super store.

While some of the projects on my list will be fairly easy to do, others will take a bit more time to complete. Either way, I’m excited to get started on each of the projects as I proceed to the finish line.

If you would like to learn more about the projects I’ll be working on, please be sure to Subscribe to my StampinBuds Newsletter! I’m excited to get started!

Do you have Paper Crafting Organization questions?

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