Working my way through the last few weeks of Project Life. Printing photos. Handwriting journaling. Gathering memorabilia. I'm keeping it pretty simple in order to get caught up and get it done. Plus, I am realizing that I might want to start limiting some of the bulkier embellishments so I don't end up with too many albums for 2012! I love the stamped journaling cards and die cut pieces, though, so I'm keeping the "embellishment" mostly to my paper, stamps and die cut choices. :)
Here's my Week 14 Project Life spread:
I chose to leave the 4x6 and 3x4 "windows" with the die cut shapes from last week open here so that they are still "see-through" from last week's spread.
I used a birth announcement we received in the mail in one of the photo pockets. I really enjoy the memorabilia aspect of Project Life. Things that I may have just thrown in a box before or thrown away now have a "home" in our PL album.
This week I was able to use one of my very first custom journaling cards I created way back in February. You can see that post HERE.
I love the 3x4 card with quote from Jillibean Soup so I used it as a "filler" on my page. :) I love finding ways to incorporate pieces from my stash that might not get used on a regular scrapbook page. And I love the companies that create 12x12 sheets with cut apart pieces that are perfect for Project Life.
Really loving the look of stamped journaling cards. I'm thinking I need to make a few more sets of these to have on hand. Plus, it's such a great way to just play with stamps.
If you missed any of the posts on the custom stamped journaling cards, check out these posts:
- Even More Stamped Journaling Cards
- Custom Stamped Journaling Cards
- May Studio AE Stamped Journaling Cards
- April Studio AE Stamped Journaling Cards
- March Studio AE Stamped Journaling Cards
PROJECT LIFE 2012 | Week Fourteen Supplies:
PROJECT LIFE 2012 | Basic Supplies (what I'm using almost every week):
PROJECT LIFE 2012 | FULL LISTING
- Title Page
- Getting Started. December 25-31, 2011
- Week One
- Week Two
- Week Three
- Week Four
- Week Five
- Week Six
- Week Seven
- Week Eight
- Week Nine
- Week Ten
- Week Eleven
- Week Twelve
- Week Thirteen