Here’s how 30 Days of Lists goes.
Get a prompt every day for 30 days. Write a list.
Those are the only guidelines.
The listers have been sharing their gorgeous collections of lists from scrapbooks to Photoshop delights to massive banners.
How shall a minimalist “list”?
While I was tempted to go on a scrapbook shopping spree, being at home, there is a lot of random craft stuff lying around.
Besides, what would I do with the lists afterwards? I am hesitant to accumulate too many sentimental pieces – they sit on the shelf, but I can’t bring myself to get rid of them.
The first thing I knew was that I wouldn’t buy any supplies for this project.
As I sifted through my storage, I found a lot of origami paper.
“Limitation fosters creativity.”
Said Clinton Kelly. One of my favorite quotes ever!
I would have never been clever enough to think of origami crane lists. Limiting myself to the tools I already have on hand led me to the idea.
Minimalism for the win.
I’ll be posting my lists on Facebook!