Last year when I was coming up with a design for my little scrap space in our guest bedroom, I knew I wanted to incorporate a way to keep track of all of those scrapbooking + craft project ideas I have brewing in my head (and on paper, and on Pinterest). Not just a master list, but sort of a "what's next?" for those moments when I want to work on something, but don't want to spend 20 minutes shuffling supplies around. In the past, I used to be able to quickly recall some ideas I had, or knew what I wanted to play with next. Maybe it's mommy-brain, but I find I need to write it all down now.
Project Life grid journaling card. These cards are so versatile! On each card, I write one project - whether it's in the beginning stages or it needs to be finished/bound/printed/journaled/whatever. It could be something completely new, like a layout idea, or something recurring, like the monthly One Little Word prompts.
shallow ITSO tray in the cabinet below my countertop to keep these unfinished projects. I've also used Cropper Hopper Page Planners in the past and those work well too.
Ali's Storyology self-paced class), to layouts that I want to make based on blog posts I've written (usually about our family or the kids), to albums that need to be finished (Morgan + Parker's first year albums are missing a family tree layout that is not complete). If I don't have an immediate thought as to what to write on my cards, I refer to the list. Working on Project Life every week consumes most of the free time I have to scrapbook, but now that I've found a process + a flow that is working for me, I'd like to spend some more time making actual layouts again. And it is a goal of mine to finish what I've started - and not have half a dozen layouts laying around, undone. Crazy, huh?
How do you keep track of the scrapbook + craft projects you want to work on?