Here’s week 43 of Project Life, which covers October 21-27. I started printing photos again with my printer for this week. I have to remember that the photos print off a little dark, so I have to lighten them with Photoshop past where I would if I were getting them printed. Not loving the extra step or how dark this week’s photos are, but I’m rolling with it.
The first page had Jonas coloring, the kids baking, Eliza’s cotton swab / ball skeletons, and an Instagram photo collage.
The second page has a photo of Eliza’s Journal de Classe, visiting family members, my mom working on the kids’ Halloween costumes, and Instagram from a date night. I like that the Design A Photo Pocket Pages gives me room to write journaling for each of the photos. I didn’t love how the handwritten “Journal de Classe” turned out, btw, but I’m rolling with it. I figure that’s not the important part: the content is.
Quick and easy. On to the next!
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