I plopped down in front of this machine tonight with the intent to create a digi page. But, when I opened the folder where all my digi kits are stored, I realized that it’s time to quit neglecting a little organization. Let’s be honest – I have no idea what’s in there. Well, I have an idea, but I’m not going to be finding anything quickly! LOL Any scrapbook organization on the computer got overlooked when I was re-organizing all my physical supplies.
So tonight I began to organize those digi kits and here’s the result:
I used a free plastic 4×6 album that has been sitting around collecting dust. It’s one of those “gifts” received from organizations requesting your donation. I confess, I have a bit of a pack rat in me when it comes to something I *know* I’ll eventually find a use for. The original cover was still intact and had a date. 2002. Yup, pack rat. 😉 But in my defense – I did find a good use for it (even if 5 years later!).
To the right is a sample of the pages. I created a 4×6 template in Photoshop with the background frame. Then pasted in copies of the digital kit previews and added labels with their titles. Now, when I want to find a kit, I only have to flip through my little booklet.
In other scrappy news, I received my latest order from Two Peas in a Bucket yesterday. Very excited as it included the Autumn Leaves Designing with 2008 calendar. I’m an addict. I discovered the 2006 calendar at a LSS in Sept 2006 for $6. Bought it for fun and fell in love with the inspiration and, of course, the Calendar Girls over at Two Peas! Fun, fabulous group of ladies. I highly recommend getting this calendar and then joining in on the Calendar Girls thread.
Digital Kits booklet cover: Kate Teague Berry Days kit Tan Star Paper; Rhonna Farrer bookplate & i love you kit Flowered Paper; Edwardian Script font