The class, hosted by Tina Aszmus, is about building a mini book that focuses on the details of your everyday. In part of the material she provides prompts to help you look at your daily life in a different perspective. Her book is an ongoing project, meant to be carried with you and added to as time goes on. For right now, that doesn't appeal to me, so I'll be gathering photos and thoughts from now until the end of the month to complete my book. Since my art journal is something that I'm adding to whenever the mood strikes, I'll incorporate some of the ideas from the class into that as well.
I made my mini book out of thin cardboard that I cut to 6-1/4"x12". I made several score marks at 4-1/2" and 9-3/4" so that once folded there is plenty of space inside. I punched holes at the top and bottom and then used binder rings to hold my pages. I've got 4x6 journaling cards, grid cards, and watercolor paper inside all ready to go. The book is kept closed with a magnet in one of my mini flair and another magnet on the left page inside.
You can still sign up for the class until March 31st and there are class kits available as well. You can find out more here. I didn't purchase the kit, though I had a hard time resisting it. Instead I bought one of the Project Life Add-ons and am really happy with the contents. I added a few items from past kits and will probably add some more things once I begin working on my content. No matter what, I'll be sure to share it with you. Hope you have a great weekend!