11.11.2010 – Hip Hop (post no. 2)

** This is post #2 for today, scroll down to see the new Limelight Challenge. **

It is Hip Hop day!!!

So, I deviated from today’s theme just a little.  Oh, I did a planner just not a December Daily.  I do not journal much and I definitely do not scrapbook, but I do bake!  haha.  I love to bake, A LOT, especially for the holidays and decided to make myself a little planner to make sure everything gets done!

I used the Season of Joy and Moon Beam & Heart Strings Ippity stamp sets to decorate my cover.  The Cosmo Cricket Jolly by Golly paper was a perfect match for my Sweet Treats planner.

I created four pages in Photoshop for the inside using one sheet of 8.5 by 11 sheet of paper.  I cut it in half and trimmed it to fit inside the 4.25 x 5.5 inch cover.  The first page is for my list of treats.  The next two are for my list of gift giving.  Then the last pages include a calendar and a place to plan out what needs to be baked and when.  If you are interested in making one of your own, you can download sheet 1 and sheet 2, then print them back to back on one sheet of paper.

Lisa H. is up next with her ROCKIN’ project!!!!


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17 thoughts on “11.11.2010 – Hip Hop (post no. 2)

  1. What a great idea this is Lisa! It could be adapted for shopping or party planning or any of those many activities that we keep lists for this time of the year. LOVE IT! smiles…

  2. Oh my goodness.. I want to do this too!! I love how you have made this Lisa.. I am a Christmas baker and this would make an great album with photo’s and the treats I make.. LOVE IT!! Stunning colours!Xx

  3. How clever are you and I totally love this idea…as I love to bake/cook too during the holidays! I love the pink, backgrounds stamping and inside too!! Very cool project Lisa!!

  4. Lisa what a clever idea!! I love to bake at the holidays too and I know it takes a LOT of planning!! This will be so helpful and it looks like you are going to be busy preparing some cookies this weekend! 😉

  5. What a cool twist on a December daily! That should really come in handy during the busiest of seasons!

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