Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Attitude of Gratitude Day 30, My Album, Giveaway

I can't believe the end of November is here. I took the time last night to finish my Attitude of Gratitude mini, using the kit from my shop (two more available here). Here are just a few photos. You can find the rest here or here.

I couldn't end the challenge without declaring the most important blessing I have in my life:

I know many of you joined me for this challenge. Thank you! I'm interested to know what you thought, how you incorporated the challenge into your own life, and if you made anything to document your gratitude. And I want to give something away from my shop. 

If you have been blogging, I'd love to read a wrap-up style post of your thoughts after the challenge. If you've been facebooking or using twitter, I'd love to read your thoughts as a comment on this post. If you want to link me to a gallery of a journal or mini album you made, I'd love to see that, too. So please leave a comment on this post with your links or thoughts and on December 7th I will draw a winner for a $20.00 credit to Precocious Paper.

Enjoy your day! Tessa


  1. Well first of all, your handwriting is absolutely gorgeous. I wish I could write like that, it would increase the gorgeous factor of my pages.

    I haven't been posting anywhere my gratitudes, but I have been following and reading and thinking of what I am grateful for.

    My number one is my in-laws and family. There has been serious drama in my family lately leaving me isolated (my sister didn't even come to my wedding, but sent her husband and children). I really feel like my world has been torn apart. But my in-laws have been amazing. I really do have a new family in them, especially my three little brothers in law, and for them I am eternally grateful.

    I have also started my own little "family" at home with my husband - we adopted two kittens. DH is now working extremely long hours and I am grateful that I have loving little furballs to come home to. DH had an accident at work, and they stayed diligently by my side at home til "Daddy" got home and they felt that all was right (they slept on him all night to keep an eye on him too I think). I am so happy to have them as part of my family now, and for that I am very grateful.

    Thanks so much for making me think positively every day, this brighteneed my days by making me think positive :)

  2. Tessa this was a wonderful thing to do all month long! I just finished up my final post. I have been using my blog as a first format of keeping track of my gratitude but then I did make a mini album to write in as well.

    This was a very therapeutic thing to do. I found even on days when I was not in the best of moods I still had so much to be grateful for.

    You can view my posts at my blog

    Thank you for giving me a push to do this!

  3. Beautiful album Tessa. I've enjoyed reading what you are grateful for. I definitely am grateful for so much in my life.... thank you for such a wonderful project!

  4. This is such an amazing project. I really like how put designed your album. It looks beautiful!

  5. This is a very cute idea, Tessa and I wish I was creative enough to do I could use the experience of making a grateful album. :)
    I am so very grateful for my mom who loves me no matter what; my friends who are so very uplifting and supportive and I am so very grateful for the blessing that are given to me each and every day. :)


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