Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Week 10: March 4-10

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Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

So, I’m planning on sharing these on a week delay, but I ended up finishing Week 10 before Week 9 (still waiting on the insert from February Day in the Life). So that’s what’s going on here!

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Left Side: Wearing my first hand screen printed shirt for the first time, Eliza scrapbooking, Instagrams, Lily the cat finally warming up to us.

Hanging off of the edges for March, but it still works! Love this calendar stamp. #amytangerine @amytangerine

Of note: I’m loving the Amy Tangerine Calendar stamp, which you can re-arrange to fit the current month. March is hanging off of the sides a bit, but it still works.

Also, this week I made it my goal to finish off an old K & Company sticker sheet. Stash bust!

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

So loving that Eliza is so into her Smash Book. She’s been scrapping along side me a couple of afternoons a week.

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Descriptions of what’s going on in the Instagrams.

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Insert 1, Front: Finish Strong layout with handmade chevron stamp

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Insert 1, Back: Opposites Attract layout

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Insert 2: Week 2 of 30 Days of Lists

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Right Side: Alone time at City Market Coffeehouse (I made a whole Blurb book in one sitting!), a different coffee date with the kids at The Filling Station, life taken over by Legos, and rain.

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Of note: Bustin’ out some stamps, visual triangle of yellow circles, finally using a cool clothing tag I’ve been holding onto forever.

Project Life 2013 | Week 10 by Megan Anderson

Loving using paper scraps, stickers, and tags to get more words in the negative space of photos.


Supplies Used*: Paper: Amy Tangerine Yes, Please Collection Pack, Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm 6×6 Paper Pad, Lucky Coin by Dear LizzyProject Life Seafoam Kit, Pebbles Seen & Noted 6×6 Paper Pad, K & Company; Stickers: Dear Lizzy Charm Flags and Labels, Dear Lizzy Charm Bits Perforated Book; Washi My Mind’s Eye; Paper Clip GCD; Badge: Here & There by Studio Calico ; Pen: K & Company Smash Stick; Stamps: Amy Tangerine Lovely Yes, Please Calendar Stamp, Amy Tangerine Yes, Please Aspire Stamps, Basic Grey; Ink: ColorBox Black; Mist: Maya Road; Page Protectors: We R Memory Keepers Multi Pack, Project Life 8.5 x 11; Project Life 12 x 12; Adhesive: Scotch Dot Roller; Printer: HP Photosmart 7510 All-in-One; Photo Paper: Office Max; Tools: EK Success Circle Nesting Punch, We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper, Tonic Studios Guillotine Paper Trimmer; Other: Lace, Clothing Tag.

*Insert supplies not listed; find those in the seperate posts about each page.

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Project Life is a memory keeping concept created by Becky Higgins. It can be anything you want it to be.

Click the photos for a larger view. If you want to view the photos much bigger so you can read the journaling, check them out in my Project Life 2013 Flickr Set.

Learn how I make photo collages in Photoshop.

I use a my custom Blurb planner, which can start and end at any date, to keep track of my journaling for Project Life, so I have rich text even when I get “behind”.

Check out Project Dig Deep, an ebook in which I and six other avid scrapbookers dive deep into the Project Life system, revealing seven amazing strategies that could revolutionize the way you approach Project Life! Foreword by Becky Higgins. The other awesome contributors are Kam Altar, Melanie Britt, Elise Blaha Cripe, Annette Haring, Amy T. Schubert, and Jessica Turner.

For more Project Life inspiration, join the free Big Picture Classes Project Life Community and Jessica Turner’s Project Life Tuesday link-up.