Monday, March 10, 2014

inspiration monday


one of my goals for the new year was to find a way to be more productive….in a balanced, creative, sort of way.  and to be more productive, i need organization!  but every time i looked for a planner to help me get my act together, i struck out.  there was always a major element missing…..there was no "fun factor".  and the reality for me is, if it's not fun, i'm not going to keep up with it!





but thankfully, my sweet bloggy friend sandi keene had the answer to my dilemma…..
as usual, i'm late to the party, but if you haven't already heard of it,
you combine a simple weekly planner  {hello, productivity!}
with a space to write your goals and other life stuff  {hello, balance!}…..





and then add a piece of watercolor paper to each week's page spread 
using some favorite washi tape so you can be artsy {hello, creativity!!}





each week, the DLP dream team shares a page prompt 
to help get those creative juices flowing
{this week's challenge was to do a page about "me", 
so i used my new hand-carved selfie stamp, along with some other
favorite supplies!}





it's a ton of fun and there really are no rules.
it's your journal, done your way.






 and the best part is you get to be a part of a DLP community that's full of
encouraging, supportive, and very inspiring artists!  woo hoo!
thank you, sandi…..i feel more creatively organized already!   :))


{p.s.  are you on Facebook?  i have a new page here!}


{supplies:  moleskine planner, pitt and micron pens, derwent inktense pencils,
hand-carved selfie stamp, hand-carved thumbprint stamp, black archival ink, scrapbook paper, washi tape, fabriano artistico 140 lb HP paper, 6B and 3B graphite pencils}


for more information, the DLP dream team is:
roben-marie smith, lorraine bell, rae missingman, sandi keene, and barbara moore







14 comments:

Jolijn said...

That sounds like something really fun to do :) I wish I had some spare time. Keep up the good work, it looks lovely and it makes me happy as well.

Love, Jolijn

Lorraine Bell said...

Thank you so much for blogging about us Lori! We are all huge fans of yours and just know that you will add so much to our challenges! Looking so forward to having you play with us!

Sandi Keene said...

What a sweet post about DLP! Thank you, Lori. We are so thrilled that you have joined us. I knew the DLP community would jump for joy when you posted and that is exactly what happened. Boy, was that fun to watch!! I hope that someday we get to meet in person! I know to bring chocolate!
Hugs!

Consie @ AtopSerenityHill.com said...

Lori,
Thank you so much for posting this today. I have been struggling with finding a to-do list that I would stick with. I believe you have given me my answer!! I owe you chocolate... alot of chocolate!! Inspiration Monday, indeed!

Amante del Papel said...

fantastic, love it!

angela said...

Lori that is awesome. Your pages look wonderful! The DLP is such a great idea :) I love seeing your crafty, creative, and cute ideas!

Createology said...

Your DLP journal really does look like fun! I have been following lots of the DLP but not doing it myself. Too arty for me. Creative Bliss Dear...
Welcome to FB.

Christine E-E said...

oh my goodness! those washi tapes are adorable! LOVE that you told us you love potato chips! Me too! they R.E.A.L.L.Y love my hips though... urgh!

teri flemal said...

I'm so glad you'll be doing DLP, Lori! I just caught up today. Looking forward to seeing your pages.

Anna said...

TOOOOO funnnnn! This is making my little planner so drab in comparison... inspired to at least use colored pens now lol. Thanks for the inspiration!

Dymphie said...

this will become a very happy planner!

Roben-Marie said...

Hello Lori!

I am one of the admins of The Documented Life Project. Thank-you so much for blogging about our project and for your support. I hope you enjoy your time here and you get organized and inspired! Thanks again, Roben-Marie :)

Kwiltsfl said...

Wow - wonderful journal!! Potato chips? Have you tried Lay's Limon palavered? I don't see them too many places - the label is in Spanish. Yum! ~ Karen

Isabel said...

Preciosa página! Me encantan todos sus trabajos! Besos.

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