November’s Take Twelve

It is time for Take Twelve again. Each month in 2012, I’m joining Ella Publishing’s Take Twelve challenge. The goal of the 2012 Take Twelve Project is to take 12 photos on the 12th day of each month for a full 12 months—and scrapbook them! You can join in the fun any month of the year.

I did not get my layout done or photos taken for November’s Take Twelve. I’m a horrible creative team member. I had a sick and a family emergency (which I’ll talk about in another post) in October, which meant I did not get that layout done in time.

I finished my October layout about a week ago and was completely uninspired to take my twelve photos for November’s Take Twelve. I considered making a twelve tags mini-book of twelve things I’m thankful for instead, but am only about a quarter of the way done with that project.

I am super-ready to take 12 photos in December. I don’t do December daily or anything like that, but have ideas of pages about Christmas I want to make but never do. I’m going to use December’s Take Twelve to make that happen.

Without further ado, here is my layout for October:

We are a family of readers. I decided to take photos of all of the books and magazines we are currently reading. Yes, I usually am reading 4-5 books at one time. I can do this when most of what I read is non-fiction. I have photos of the books and magazines both my husband and daughter regularly read, too.

Check out my Take Twelve Photos and Layouts:

And the Take Twelve Design Team:

Like the Car
Nihao, Cupcake!
Janette Carter-Kincaid
Scrap Inspired
Scrappy Wife, Happy Life
Right Here-Right Now
Scrapworthy Lives
People of the Scrapbook
My Little Blessings
Life is Sweet
A Swoop and a Dart
Endless Possibilities
Yeah, Write

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  • I love the fun patterns here! I have some some book photos for week in the life but not for a layout. I could do a layout about what we read and our local library. We have a great library nearby. 🙂

  • I’m finding I really want to create more scrapbook pages about our reading habits. I suppose I want my daughter to know how important it is to her and now and hope she always has an interest in reading. That might be asking a lot of my scrapbook pages, though! 🙂