Hi there! I hope you all have had a great week so far. I’m so glad to be back this week with my project life layout for Week 19 and also my layout for Week 18. It felt great to be back in my creative space. If you are here from The Mom Creative, welcome! If not, hop on over to her site and check out all the project life goodness!
So let’s just jump right into it, shall we? Below is a shot of the entire Week 19 spread.
I was definitely feeling more color this week! I used the cardstock from the Clementine paper pack that was 50% off last week. I LOVE this paper! I included my usual picture and ticket stub from this week’s movie. This week I enjoyed going to the movie with my friends Dawn and Kristine. I got the “Tuesday” card from this shop. I love their shop! I bought the days of the week journal cards and badges. My stuff came packaged so cute and just made me smile when I opened my mail!
I stamped “Note To Self” and “Week in Review” and then cut them out and added them to my paper. I got the stamps from Nicole’s etsy shop. I used a very old transparency that I had from My Minds Eye for the pictures of my dogs. Loved adding something a little different.
I also printed off the cover of the book I read this week. In It To Win It was written by my new friend Morgan Kearns. When she told me that she wrote Romance Novels, I wasn’t sure what to think. I bought the first book, Fade to Black, and was so surprised by what a great writer she is! I read In It To Win It this week and have bought the third book, Out of Left Field, on my Kindle to read this week. If you like romance novels I promise that you will love these! They are not smut novels! Her characters have lots of depth and she had wonderful plot development! She did not ask me to plug her book, but I always want to support independent business women. She lives here in our small, little town and is as real as they come! LOVE HER!
Here are the pictures of my layout from Week 18. Not as much color, but I still love them!
I used lots of paper clips and the Martha Stewart labels for my journaling. Can’t get enough of those office supplies!
I loved this simple picture below of Skylar looking through my project life album. I love that she spent a long time flipping through the album and then she said “Mom! I love your picture book!” This is why I do project life!
Well there you have it! Two more weeks done & documented! Don’t forget to check out The Mom Creative and all the wonderful project life layouts that are linked up there.
I hope you all have a wonderful week!
Make it great!
Project Life was created by Becky Higgins as a simple solution to documenting your memories. You can learn more about project life here.