Project Life: Week 15

I can’t believe it is already Tuesday again!  This year is just flying by…15 weeks already done!  We had a great week and again, I’m thrilled to have it documented. Last week was Hailey’s birthday, Skylar’s talent show (click here to see her performance), a trip to Phoenix for a physical therapy evaluation, and a quick trip to Tucson to celebrate my grandfather’s 80th birthday.  It was a busy, but good week! Below is a shot of the layout, without the inserts.  The left-side is the back of Design F and the right-side is Design E.

I love the mix of elements on the left page.  I included a tag from a new shirt Hailey got last week as well as the Happy Birthday Hailey label that Ms. Monica at the chiropractor’s office put on Hailey when we went in last week.  She wore that label on her forehead for the rest of the day.  I LOVE that when she pulled it off she said “Mom, can you put this in project life next week?”  That’s why I love this way of documenting!

The entire right-side of the layout is devoted to my Pa’s 80th birthday party!  There were 22 of us there, besides Pa.  We celebrated with his favorites, pizza & beer.  I labeled each picture with a number & then shared a little about each photo (in the lower right corner).

I also included 2 inserts.  The one on the left is my blog post from last Wednesday. It is a birthday interview that I did with her.  You can read the prompts & her responses here.  The insert on the right includes a couple of birthday cards the students in Hailey’s class made her along with the “kid of character” ribbon she received on Friday.  On the back of that insert is the program from Skylar’s talent show.

Well, there you have it!  Thanks for stopping by!  As always, I welcome any comments and/or questions.

As always, I’m linking up with The Mom Creative and One Happy Mama.  Head over to their pages & see all the great pages that are linked up on their sites.

You can see my previous project life posts here.

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.