Last week, we started our Scrapbook Planner Series with a scrapbook page planner. Today, we continue our scrapbook planning with a shopping list. If you are like me, a trip to the scrapbook store or craft store is like Christmas. I get easily distracted by the multitude of scrapbooking supplies and usually buy things I don’t need or have plans to use later… and forget why I came shopping in the first place. And, chances are… it is adhesive I needed.
With our scrapbooking shopping list, you can jot down supplies you need, even designating what projects or layouts the item is for. We also left room for the essentials, like adhesive, ink, and items that can be used on multiple projects. At the bottom is room to jot down what stores you want to visit that might have a specific item and to remind yourself of what coupons you have.
Make sure you stop by next Friday for the next installment in our Scrapbook Planner Series!
This shopping list is perfect for including in a three-hole binder or just tossing in your purse on the way to the craft store. I have also included directions to print this full size sheet in a 5.5″ x 8.5″ size to include in your planner if you choose.
Two options are available… color and black & white. Choose your favorite and get to shopping… just don’t tell your significant other I said it was okay!
For the best results, I recommend you down load the PDF to your computer and then print. Do not print directly from Google Documents. The settings seem to get wacky sometimes.
To print in a 5.5″ x 8.5″ size to include in a planner, download the file to your computer and open it. Click the print option under File on the menu bar. When the printer dialog box pops up, click properties. From here, find the paper options. You can to change the selection to A5 to print the smaller version (note: this will print the sheet at 5.83″ x 8.27″). If you want the sheet to fit exactly into your planner, you can also click custom size and input the width as 5.5″ and the length as 8.5″. Then, print as usual.
Make sure you check back next Friday for the next scrapbook planning worksheet!
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