Hello and welcome to Project Life Tuesday!
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I have two weeks’ worth of pages to show you since I shared pages from 2011 last week. So, let’s get started.
First we have the week of January 16:
I have an 8×10 insert in here – with Big Girl’s speech for school on one side:
Here is a close-up of the left hand side:
And the back of the 8×10 and right-side:
and the close-up of the right side:
I’m loving using PSE to create a 4×6 print with 2 4×3 images in it – so I can fit more pictures on the page… and using it to add journaling directly on the photo, like I did for the rock-face picture.
I used a 6×12 insert here (with 3 4×6 sleeves) for a little extra room for pictures and stuff related to the sicknesses that have overtaken our house.
and both pages right-side and back of insert:
And a close up of the right page:
That’s all for this week! I don’t know how many pictures I’m going to have next week – I’ve got one still sick and my week so far has consisted of lots of doctor’s offices (which are not fun to take pictures of) I’m sure something will turn up, though.
Big Girl and I stopped at a local scrapbook store on the way home from the doctor – I got a few pages to use.
And these cute Jenni Bowlin embellishment/journaling cards:
and a few other journaling cards:
I think my “bug” is back… I can’t seem to stop thinking about scrapbooking again!
You can see my other Project Life posts here.
- Project Life Tuesday: 1.24.12 (thoughtsalonglifeshighway.com)
- Project Life Tuesday 1.17.12 (thoughtsalonglifeshighway.com)
- Project Life Tuesday: 1.10.12 (thoughtsalonglifeshighway.com)
12 thoughts on “Project Life Tuesday 1.31.12”
I love your pages! Always full with extras! fun, fun!
Love your pages. What a great idea taking a screenshot of your SMS conversation. Will have to remember this for later … on second thoughts I have the perfect conversation to capture … when I was victim of the autocorrect, LOL.
Lois, you are doing such a great job at capturing the everyday. Love your pages and all of the details that you are getting in there.
Thanks for dropping by my blog too.
Great job on your pages! I love that you shared the story of being too tired to cook & having cereal for breakfast. I think I would do that EVERY night if my family would let me get away with it.
Love your layout… so inspired by the details. And i can see what an incredible and fun mom you are!!! Love love love… ~ kimmy