The Documented Life Project...
One part planner plus one part art journal and one part weekly challenge equals an amazing year of organization, inspiration and community. Join us for the Documented Life Project.
We start with a Moleskine Weekly Planner.
•If you want to buy the "as it comes" Moleskine Planner online, get one HERE!
•If you want to take a mini-class on how to alter your Moleskine planner including gorgeous downloads, details coming soon via Lorraine Bell's blog HERE!
•If you have your own calendar or planner you want to use, that's great too.
Now the journey begins!
Starting January 1, 2014, we* will issue a weekly challenge on ways to use and decorate your planner to make it uniquely yours. Interpret the challenge in any way you desire or be inspired by our artists. Yes, this is free and open to everyone - artists, scrapbookers, calendar keepers, organization lovers, art journalers- yes, YOU! You can find the first challenge on any of the blogs listed below or on the Facebook page listed.
If you would like your planner to look just like ours, we are offering a mini-class taught by artist Lorraine Bell with step-by-step video instructions, filmed behind the camera by Roben-Marie, featuring hand painted gorgeous downloads to make your book an inspiring place for you to look forward to spending some time each week (click HERE to see a sample of Lorraine's gorgeous planner). Watch for details coming for this class soon OR if you prefer, you can make the planner in your own style.
You can find us here:
And our Life Photographer: Barbara Moore
Post your challenge response to your favorite social media and upload it to our Flickr Group and Facebook Group to share in the community of Life Documentors!
We would be thrilled to have you create and play along with us in The Documented Life Project.
Who knows what can happen?!
On a girl's trip to Grand Cayman back in September, I spotted my friend Lorraine's Moleskine Planner. I didn't want to just pick it up and start looking at it but it was sitting on her table and I kept walking by it trying to figure out what it was. Finally, I couldn't take it any longer and had to ask her if I could look at it. I knew immediately that I wanted to make one of my own. We piled into the car and ventured out to the local book store in the hopes that they would have them in stock. We were all giddy with excitement when we were rewarded with just enough Moleskine Planners. We had so much fun creating these lovely planners and adding to them is going to be such a joy in 2014!
Have a blessed day!