A bit of a catchup. I had the gift of time yesterday morning, spent the morning catching up these last 4 weeks. I had printed the photo's, just needed to add the journaling. I also printed up my Week In The Life, and simply added to my Project Life 2 album. Yay.
So here goes:
Week 38: The Week after our devastating fire which occurred on the Sunday. Supplies used here are a mix of the Clementine & Blush Editions, as well as Ali Edwards Heart Boxes (cut using my Silhouette). Journaling on photos is font Impact.
Week 39: Once again a mix of Clementine & Blush Journaling cards, a bit of washi tape, and Ali Edwards Week In The Life Circles. I included an insert of 6 6x4 photos (I cut a big insert down and simply made a spine using cardstock & washi tape) of Daniella's Border Badminton Tour. The red card is blank as I'm waiting for her to write up her thoughts of her week away. I also downloaded Cathy Zielske's Photo Card (3x4) and am loving including pics in my 3x4 journaling row.
Week 40: A combination Blush Edition & 'Double Scoop Studio Calico PL Kit' Journaling cards, Ali Edwards overlays, and the tags on the photos are also from the SC Kit. I simply journaled on them and attached them using my Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher (LOVE!). Also used my Project Life Jouranling Pen to journal directly onto the pic of Fudge & D's slipper. Insert is Polly's Ballet Award and breakdown of how her marks were allocated.
Week 41: I love this week - funny how some weeks you just love more than others? Used the Blush Edition & SC Kit again. The colours are just so fun. 2 of CZ Photocards, all of Ali's overlays and my Week Card is actually a postcard that i received when ordering something from Yuppie Chef. Have a whole collection of these and plan to use them in my PL! Inserts are the 3 Awards that D received last week.
What can I say about PL? I love it. Nothing gives me more pleasure that sitting down and writing up our weeks. Remembering the little things that so often go by unnoticed. Taking photos of 'the everyday'. Using my phone to take impromptu 'on the road' pics when I don't have my camera handy and I don't stress to much about quality.
Any questions? Pls ask.