My June Scrapbooking Expenses

This entry is part 36 of 37 in the series Minimalist Scrapbooking

Once a month I report my scrapbooking expenses in an effort to make myself accountable and motivate msyelf to use the scrapbook supplies I already have as part of Minimalist Scrapbooking.

I stuck with the basics this month, yet still went over my budget and increased my monthly average.

This month I spent:

  • $76.48 at Creative Memories (page protectors and adhesive)
  • $43.53 at JoAnns (two albums and glue lines)
  • $170.41 at Persnickity Prints (I ordered all but my Take Twelve prints from January through June)
  • $6.36 at Walgreens (prints for Take Twelve)
  • $35 at my local scrapbook store (class registration fee)

Total: $331.78

Monthly average: $151.91

What will July bring? I’m good on albums, page protectors, and adhesive. I will order prints for Take Twelve. Maybe this month I can keep it at that to help bring down my monthly average. As it is, I barely scrapbooked in June. We were gone a lot, but I’ll be home more in July and should get more scrapbooking actually accomplished this month. Of course, I am taking a class this month and anticipate spending a little money beyond the registration fee the day of the class.

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