Ever since I shared my vision board, I received a lot of questions on how to create a vision board or dream board.
Creating your own vision board is very easy, whether it’s the old fashion vision board (cutting from magazine and pasting to a large piece paper or cartoon board) or digital vision board (such as laptop wallpaper).
In this post, I’ll share how to create vision board the old fashion way .
Basically you only need:
- A large piece of paper or cartoon board (cartoon board is better because it can last longer). You can get get it at your local art supply stores such as Hobby Lobby.
- Scissor and glue, which I believe you have them ready in your home.
- A lot of magazines, preferable lifestyle magazines, or any other magazine of your choice such as:
- Golf Digest. I personally don’t play golf but my dad does and he enjoys this magazine. Sometimes I browse it and really like the golf clubs… Wishing I can visit each of them.
- Card & Driver. I love car, especially bimmer! I had 325i and my next ones will be X5 and M6. Cut, cut, cut all those great sport cars!
- Cosmopolitan, Vogue, and O, The Oprah Magazine. These are my wife’s but sometimes I cut them, too.
- Bride’s. Before our wedding, my wife browsed many wedding magazines for the wedding gown, cakes and decoration, and made scrap book. Using this she and I had our dream wedding.
- Travel & Leisure. There are many places that I haven’t visited yet… Shanghai, Kyoto, Madrid, Carribean, Dubai… Staying at suites in 5-star hotels, spa treatment… Hmmm, what a great vacation!
- Artichectural Digest. My next home is definitely one of those nice luxury houses!
Now that you have all everything ready, you can start creating your own vision board. Just cut whatever you like from those magazines and paste it into your board. This is a never ending process… If you find something better, remove the old one and paste the new one.
Put your vision board where you can often see it.
- You can put on the wall in front of your bed so that you see it whenever you get up and before sleep.
- I put mine on the wall in front of my working desk.
Then start visualize it. I find it easier when I’m relax… listening to audio such as Attraction Accelerator surely hopes a lot.