Perhaps, you have heard of the Project 365 - taking a photo a day for 365 days. You can read more info about it here:
PhotoJoJo discusses Project 365
This concept has been around for many years (going on at least 5) and in many variations - take a photo everyday for a month, take a photo on the same day each month (ex. on the 12th of each month), take a photo everyday in December for the holidays, etc.
Recently, Creating Keepsakes promoted a paper kit designed by celeb scrapper Becky Higgins to interest people in this project and typically, their ordering and rollout process has been a complete disaster, starting with the first day of ordering being New Year's Day, with no staff to handle the order load. You can read more about it on 2peas, if you want.
Regardless, there are many, many ways to do this project and currently, many people embarking on it. So, do a blog search for project 365 or on 2peas to see people's ideas and results after week one. I personally am not doing this project as the notion is somewhat overwhelming to me.
As this project lends itself to digital scrapping, 2peas, as well as many other sites, have come up with digital templates to handle it. Links to the 2 peas kits (note, there are more than one type):
Click here for the kit below: 8.5x11 templates - $4
Click for the kit below:Date/Month/Number Brushes - $4
Click for the kit below: The Daily Grind templates - $6
Click here for kit below: January Digi Kit - could be used all year - $14.95
Click for the kit below:Digi Kit - Day in the Life - $14.95
Here are some links to help you get started:
Tutorial on using a digi template
Shutterfly Printing Instructions
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