30 days of lists registration

It seems that in today's social media crazy world, there's a challenge for everything. Before I was even aware that a "challenge" was a thing, a very popular thing, I participated in the 30 Days of Lists class. For me, they were the first...and now I'm on my 11th class. Yep, I love lists.

Good news...registration for the September class opens today.


I'm using this mini album, which is based on my very first #30lists journal. Sure, there are hundreds of ways to list, but after the first two or three, I just decided to keep on with the same basic design and change up the inside pages here and there.

While I had the time one afternoon, I pulled out my Amy Tangerine stitching kit to add a Manila Shipping Tag from this kit collection {also in Sets here}. And I used that color thread because it was already in the needle ready to go. 

The journaling spot I added came in the embellishment pack of this mini book {each mini has different journaling cards} which I attached to the page with a stick pin. On the back side of the page, where the stick pin is, I threaded through some washi tape and trimmed it into a pennant shape.

Using a Blue Shipping Tag to add my journaling, I added the date with some stickers.

Since beginning my mini book journey, I've also begun using a Midori notebook. Of course being the crafty mama I am, you know I was going to try to make my own inserts. And so it began...making travelers notebook inserts for fans of a more simplistic approach to memory keeping and all things list challenge related.

Looking for something different than what I've shown here?  Here are more Midori notebook insert choices. And find more journals and mini books, too.


I so enjoy the #3olists challenges and think you will, too. You can create your own journal, buy a journal from my shop, or just post your lists on Facebook or Instagram. There are no rules, just fun!

DISCLAIMER | I am an affiliate of the 30 Days of Lists class and will earn a small fee if you use any of my links to purchase the class. As you can see by the number of times I've taken classes, I believe in this adventure and think you will enjoy it, too.

Similar #30Lists mini books are here.
Read more of my 30 Days of Lists postsincluding past class lists I've taken.

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