Project Life 2012 | Week 48

Week 48, covering November 25- December 1. Once I had the photos printed, this spread came together in a snap! In fact, the thing that took the longest was writing out the journaling, which I copied directly from the documentation I did for my November Daily Doc Workshop.

Project Life 2012 | Week 48

This week focused on the end of Jessica’s stay with us and then a return to everyday life.

Project Life 2012 | Week 48

Playing with Jonas, Leia, and Jessica in the backyard, one of my favorite photos of Jessica ever, #mileaday with Jessica, Pente, Jessica and Leia. Just like Week 47, totally Jessica-centric. As it should be.

Love that the Seafoam Cards are giving me a place to write journaling while adding a pop of color. I’m starting to run low on subtly patterned paper, so I’m guessing that these will be my favorite part of the kit.

Project Life 2012 | Week 48

Then things got back to normal. Jonas playing with Legos, me working (self timer shot!), me flossing, and oodles of Instagram shots. I used the card space to add words to go with the photos. I cut up a Grid Card to write about what was going on in the Instagrams, and then I clipped in a folded Seafoam card with an in-depth look at a day of work at the hight of our shop‘s busy season.

Project Life 2012 | Week 48

I didn’t notice that I accidentally had the card upside down, so I punched a bit of our logo out of a tag to put over the upside down words.

Supplies Used: Paper: So Sophie by My Minds Eye Collection, Seafoam Project Life Core Kit, Amy Tangerine Ready Set Go Collection, Project Life Grid Cards; Pen: K & Company Smash Stick; Decorative Clip: GCD Studios; Adhesive: Scotch Dot Roller; Page Protectors: Project Life Design A, Project Life Design C; Printing Service: CVS; Tools: EK Success 1-3/8-Inch Circle Punch, Tonic Studios Guillotine Paper Trimmer; Other: Vintage ephemera.

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