Chirped by Cass
I just hosted my second annual Vision Board Party. I had some guests that came last year and some who were new to the whole vision board thing. The pictures below just give you a glimpse of what everyone created.
Some recycled their boards from last year, using the backs of 2018 to create a new 2019.
Some that did a regular board last year created their vision board electronically in Pinterest for 2019.
Some simplified their board from last year, using less wants, needs and to do’s.
One Vision Board newbie found a door from a discount home goods store to create her vision on. She sanded off the uninspiring quote and added a clothespin (with “Me” glued to it) to allow her to change out new goals as needed.
Another newcomer created a very simple but meaningful board of her own.
Tina, who created more of a “Mantra Board” last year on a chalkboard, decided she wanted more of a “To-Do Board” this year. She re-purposed a baking sheet pan and added a list of specific goals. Look for a post on her DIY To-Do Board coming soon!
I reused my board and frame from last year. I was able to peel off some goals that I completed and add new ones. Like I said in my post New Year-New Vision Board, I added some more specific objectives to the broader ideas I had from last year.
I love how everyone’s reflections, inspirations and aspirations for their year were all different. I hope that our ideas and techniques inspire you to make a board of your own. If you want to throw your own party, check out our post Hosting a Vision Board Party.
What are your goals for 2019?
- New Year – New Vision Board
- Creating a Vision Board
- Hosting a Vision Board Party
- Interactive, Upcycled, DIY To-Do Board