Jeff recently enjoyed a hunting trip with friends, staying at a lodge in Texas that belongs to one of them. As a thank-you to his host, he sent a top ten list of their adventure as experienced by him. Naturally, it was quite well received. Jeff suggested that we as a family keep a top ten notebook of our family experiences, with each of us writing our own list per adventure, beginning with our latest camping trip to Lake Pillsbury. This is such a great idea -as I am not a scrapbooker or journaler- and unless we start writing this stuff down, it could be lost forever.I found this wonderful little 1891 booklet at the thrift store for $2 just the other day and thought it would make the perfect layout for our first book. I scanned the booklet, pumped up the volume a bit for the color, Photoshopped out the existing wording then added my own.I picked up the simple spiral notebook at our local bookstore and with spray adhesive, laminated the new covers to the front and back.Below are JPG images of the covers for you to use either for your own top ten lists or for other fun projects. Save image to your computer, reduce to size and add your own text.
UPDATE: Check out what Sarah Nielson of The Lighbulb Lab did with these images! Wow!!