Monday, March 2

Project Life | Week 32

In August of 2013, I decided to try Project Life style scrapbooking. I quickly discovered that I really enjoyed it and my collection of products grew! In 2014 I started Project Life on Day 1 and was eager to complete the entire year. I kept up really well until other awesome Design Team opportunities arrived and creative time was more limited. I have missed creating pocket style pages and recently got back into the groove. I'm on a mission to finish 2014 and continue into 2015.
I finished two more pages this weekend and I wanted to share them with you starting with Week 32|2014. I used a beautiful kit from WeR Memory Keepers called "Inked Rose Albums Made Easy Card Set". The color palette is GORGEOUS and bright and summery and was so fun to create with - especially during this dreary winter.
I don't have a set "formula" to create my pages. I get bored if I use the exact process each time. I love changing up the photo pocket page designs, the size of my pictures and how much I choose to embellish each card. This week I used photo pocket Design K. This page design is great for Instagram photos. I printed my photos to about 2.5" square using my Pic Stitch app and my Canon Selphy printer. I love this size photo because it allows me to add more embellishments to my cards. I used coordinating stickers from the collection as well as some other stickers in my PL stash. I also used a date stamp. Yesterday, I finished this page, photographed it and as I was getting ready to upload and edit the photos I realized the dates were perfect, but the year was not - I stamped 2015 on just about EVERY card!! That explains the white banners with the dates on them!!!! Here's the whole page, followed by some close-ups!!
 

 


 
 


 
 

 

The love sticker is on the outside of the pocket ... 


 
Thanks for stopping by and checking out Week 32|2014. I'd love to hear from you!! I will be back tomorrow with Week 33|2014 using a new Daily Diary Kit from Noel Mignon!

1 comment:

Phyllis said...

love it, glad you are back doing Project Life, good job