Project Life 2013: Weeks 46 & 47
Welcome to weeks 46 & 47 of my 2013 Project Life album. Another two week spread to share with you here, because I did not have many photos that I felt were worth putting into my album. I did, however, have lots of "stuff" to add.
Here's a look at the whole spread:
I used the Dear Lizzy Neapolitan mini kit for this spread, which you can get in digital format here. As you can see I added a lot of memorabilia from these weeks.
Most of this left page is about week 46. That wasn't intentional, I didn't purposefully place things by date within this spread, but it worked out that way. I went to Foxwoods with my sister for a night, so I added in a photo and a few things I'd saved, such as a ticket to an exhibit, the printout from our last game of bowling (we bowled 5 strings as it was all you can bowl for just $7), and this cute little card we received when we ordered room service. To fit the whole thing in, I chopped part of it off and then cut that piece in half to go in the bottom of the 3x4 pockets.
I added a photo of my food from California Pizza Kitchen, along with a sticker from the paper stack for the Dear Lizzy Neapolitan collection (found at Michaels):
Here's a look at the right side:
This page ended up covering week 47. Austin started preschool, so I chopped a piece of the brochure that we received and did my journaling right on that.
The infant daycare teacher found a foot print project from when Austin was about 9 months old, so I added that into the album backed by a filler card from the Dear Lizzy mini kit. I also added a fortune from my dinner out with my mom.
I chose to do highlight cards this week, since I didn't end up with a lot of room for journaling. Then I added smaller notes on top of several of the photos, like this little tag below about a conversation I had with Austin.
The flair button is from The Flair Shop on Etsy. Oh, and the thickers I used on my title card are both American Crafts - the aqua is "Doll" and the gray is "Roster."
I think this layout turned out nicely despite the lack of photos. All of the "stuff" still tells a good story of our lives over these two weeks.
Project Life is an amazing and simple scrapbooking system designed by Becky Higgins. For more information, please check out Becky's website. If you're new to the blog and you'd like to scroll back through my past few years doing Project Life, you can find all of my Project Life related posts here.