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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Logging my memories

In an aim to simplify my life in 2010, I decided to combine my scrapping ideas, monthly round-up, diary and journal into one and so the Memory Logbook got put on my wishlist for Christmas 2009. My DH bought the printable version for me and it sits on my desk. After 11 months, I'm still using it, which is a ringing endorsement! I'm jotting down info about my baby's routine, events and snippets of life for future journalling and being inspired by the weekly challenges. Want to know more?
Annual & Monthly Themes – New this year, the entire Memory Logbook is based on one unifying theme: This Is My Life. Monthly themes will tie in with this “all about me” focus, including the Weekly Challenges, completely updated monthly photo prompts and new this year, an inspirational quote for each month.
52 Brand New Weekly Challenges – A theme-related challenge for every week in 2011 in one of six formats … Journaling Challenge, Copycat Challenge, One Word Challenge, Real Life Challenge, Picture Perfect Challenge, or Reflection Challenge.
52 Sample Layouts – This year’s edition includes a sample layout for every single Weekly Challenge. While last year’s book included primarily layouts created by yours truly, this year we are very fortunate to be able to feature the work of 28 other very talented contributing artists! You will find the list of these fabulous scrapbookers below. Additionally, a new design has resulted in a larger image size for our sample layouts to better enable you to truly appreciate these inspiring works of art.
Cleaner, More Streamlined Design - Thanks to all of the wonderful feedback received from last year’s Memory Logbook owners, this year’s design has a more simple, modern look. Reorganized content and a more modular design also allow for greater compatibility with existing planners, which means it will be easier to pick and choose your favorite sections from the Memory Logbook and incorporate them into your favorite planning system.
Lots of Options - The new line includes two sizes (5.5×8.5 and 8.5×11) as well as multiple formats (full-year, half-year, downloadable PDF, coil-bound, perfect-bound, wall calendar, etc.), which means there really is something for everyone. Even more options will be added soon, including a non-holiday version, challenges-only book, monthly editions, add-on individual pages and even a build-your-own Memory Logbook option!
A sneak peek at the introductory section of the Memory Logbook 2011
I thought I'd let you all know about the community too, it's full of paper and digi scrappers from all over the world! A fun place to hang out.
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Lain said...

Melissa, you won the drawing on LayoutaDay.com! Email me with your shipping address and we'll get your Log Your Memories prize to you!

Melissa Shanhun said...

Wahoo! Thanks Lain! I'm so escited about this!


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