Hello and welcome to Project Life Tuesday!
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I’m using the Clementine Edition of the Project Life kitoffered by Becky Higgins, supplemented by some digital extras and using up the random bits I have from twelve-plus years of scrapbooking. Some weeks are more digital than others and some weeks are full of frills and furbelows. It just depends on my mood.
This week’s post continues to show my catching up on June’s pages. I have the last week of June to share and this past week. The only week I’m lacking at this point is the week of July 1st, which I am waiting to work on because I am trying to decide WHAT I want to do there. I have a mini-album to complete for that mini-vacation and I’m trying to decide what pictures I’ll duplicate in the Project Life album. I’m not one of those who won’t duplicate pages or layouts, but I think I want to tell the whole story in the mini-album and then just pick some highlights to put on the Project Life spread.
I was hoping to work on the mini album last weekend, but just didn’t have the creative mojo to get started. I spent a little time Monday afternoon working on some crafty things to sort of get things jump-started so that I can (hopefully) get my mini album started.
Anyway, here are the pages I have for you this week – (remember, you can click on an image to see it larger)
June 25-July 1
Left Page: (I used a Cathy Zielske’s Frankie Journal Card for my weekly recap)
Capturing a Facebook post using a freebie journal card.
Some close ups:
And then moving on to the July pages…
The left side:
I made the date card digitally, using a background paper resized to 4×6 and then added the date and a “sticker” that said “moments.” I like how it turned out.
I had so many pictures (over 20!) for last week – which is surprising since it was a pretty quiet week. So I made use of a lot of journaling on photos and a smaller weekly recap card.
The right side:
I had to take a picture of the girls’ excellent bowling scores. I couldn’t resist.
And used some digital washi tape on the Lenny’s picture. I also used digital elements on most of the other pictures on this page.
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