Thursday, October 2, 2008

The works of her hands...

Today I am sharing pictures from my Home Keeping Scrapbook Journal. I use this journal in conjunction with my Homemaking Binder. I jot down my daily to-do, messages, notes from my garden, small repairs, things I need to remember, etc.

I really enjoy working on this journal every week. I will share below some pages that are already used and some that are only decorated.

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  1. My daughter makes journals like this too.. Hers are full of fashion! I think I might start making some and then I can get rid of the rest of the magazine junk..


  2. Your journal is awesome!!! Do you scrapbook? Take Care!!


  3. Very nice! I really would like to do that more!


  4. Thanks for sharing your journal. I shared mine today too. I just started doing this kind of journal. And, I love it.
    Have a great Friday.

  5. I am impressed with your journal. Keep it up! Take care.

  6. I love your journal! I keep saying I am going to do one of these too, I need to quit procrastinating and get started! I love the layout of this blog, very pretty!

  7. What a great way to get motivated to do thing and remember thing. Are you adding a wish list to it too. Thanks for sharing

  8. Grammy I am thinking of dedicating a page to B-day's and chrsitmas. I'll include birthdays because our family has so many during the holiday season.

    I am still looking for the perfect images for my page. I will share before Chrsitmas.

  9. I love your journal. I just need to stick to one big one and stop using 10 small ones.

  10. I just love your journaling!

  11. Hello Ladies, I am so glad that you were all able to stop by. I have visited every one of your blogs (those who have blogs).

    Thank you for your visits and support.

    Finally, Splummer~

    I do not scrapbook. It is something that I would like to pursue online like Melinda (Earthmommy) but I have not been able to figure out how the get started.

    You all can Find Melinda's link above in the comments section.

    Have a blessed day.


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