Constantly in a state of trying to get organized, I work hard at putting together detailed page kits with pictures, paper and embellishments. I even go the extra mile and pull chipboard letters for my page titles in advance.
So, when I recently decided to attend a crop, I was completely at ease knowing that I only had to grab a few of my trusty page kits and head out the door.
I arrived at the crop, happily sat down to scrapbook, unpacked my page kit (which had been prepared months earlier) and then realized that I didn't remember what my title was supposed to be. After playing a quick game of Soul Train Scramble Board, I finally figured it out. Then, just shy of completing the layout, I couldn't think of what to write for my journaling. So, I packed it up and promised myself that I would finish it when I got home. For some reason, I find it difficult to compose while scrapbooking in a room full of people.
In order to remedy this (and alleviate my growing pile of "to be continued" layouts) I created kit cards. This planning tool is intended to help scrapbookers record journaling and page titles in advance. If you enjoy putting together kits, feel free to download and print onto standard copy paper. (For personal use only.)