Another week with another installment of Project Life Fridays. This was one of my Creative Team entries for October. I am nearing the end of my year with the lovely Becky and her team and I’ll be totally sad when it’s over. But for now, here is another spread from my 2015 album.
Here is a look at the whole spread. It’s using the new Every Moments Core kit which I am a BIG fan of!! I love love love the colors and the designs. All of it!
A close up of the left hand side. This spread has some of our adventures to Waterton with family that was visiting as well as some everyday around the house and yard. Trying to record stories of our everyday lives. That is totally my purpose in doing project life. This side I added in some goodies from Ali Edwards kits as well as a little bit of Studio Calico kits (I wish the shipping and exchange weren’t so bad or else I’d still be getting these!) and some lovely little word strips from Tim Holtz.
The right side has lots of family visiting (with a classic shot of Norah screaming while Lucy holds her still hahahaha). I like using the same words strips and wooden pieces across both sides to bring unity into the spread.
For this top spread I added the I love this in photoshop before printing the picture. The little arrow is a brush from the amazing Rhonna Farrer.
I’ve said it before, but I love this system of documenting our life. Ive been thinking over the past week that I want to include more words. Some times I find it hard since I take so many photos of our life that it’s hard to include more actual words. But Im going to try and be more conscience about adding more words. Telling more stories. And maybe that will be through using mini albums or traditional pages or filling the cards in behind. I’m not sure about HOW yet, but I do know that I want more written. Even if it’s in my own handwriting.
- Design A
- Project life Everyday Moments Core Kit
- Tim Holtz word strips
- American Crafts Thickers Letter Stickers
- Kellie Stamps
- Studio Calico printable labels & wooden letters & numbers
- Ali Edwards chipboard pieces
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