Week 9: February 25 to March 3.
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This is the craziest, most packed-full week of Project Life so far this year. I took some extra time to order the photos on this one, skipped ahead, and went back to it. I’m so glad I took the extra time on it because the end result is pretty awesome.
Left Side: I started off the layout with the everyday stuff from the week: snow days, Jonas potty training and finger painting, playing Clue with our family, and house fixing up.
Insert 2: 30 Days of Lists | Week 1
Insert 3, Front: Learning to screen print
Insert 3, Back: Eliza’s Harry Potter Birthday Party
Of note: To fit in more photos, I sewed an extra bit that I’d cut off of a Design A protector to a Design H protector, so it opens to a Design A. This could just as easily be accomplished by folding over Design A and clipping it closed.
Of note: Jonas colored on one of the cards; I used it anyway. The Project Life card on the far right was about Groundhog’s Day, but I covered the parts that didn’t apply with ribbon and a sticker.
The kids’ faces are blurred for privacy.
This was one AMAZING week, and I’m glad it’s in the books!
How do you document action packed weeks?
Supplies Used*: Paper: Yes, Please Amy Tangerine Collection Pack, Studio Calico Project Life Grab Bag, Maggie Holmes 6×6 Paper Pad, Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm 6X6 Paper Pad, Project Life Seafoam Kit; Digital Products: Ali Edwards Day in the Life Templates; Embellishments: Making Memories Glitter Frame, Love, Elsie for KI Memories Stickers and Ribbon, Avery Labels, Basic Grey Letter Stickers; Pen: EK Success Zig Memory System Millennium 0.8-mm Marker; Page Protectors: We R Memory Keepers Multi Pack, Project Life Design A, American Crafts 6×12, Project Life Small Variety Pack 1; 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.
*30 Days of Lists insert supplies not listed; find those in the seperate posts about each page.
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