If you're taking on Project Life this year, good for you! I am so happy I decided to accept the challenge back in 2010! Welcome aboard and be sure to enjoy. This isn't meant to be stressful. It's a wonderful way to simplify scrapbooking and memory keeping. If you're looking for inspiration on what others are doing with their Project Life, you can check out my board on Pinterest and be sure to link up on The Mom Creative!
I ended up with a LOT of photos this week. I'm still struggling to incorporate those "bits of life" that so many are including in their albums this year - things like movie stubs, packaging, programs & fliers, etc. Perhaps it's because we don't really get out much? We're kind of hermit-like. I need to work on that.
On with the layout!
download for FREE here) to include a little moment from our day that really represents every day when I can't find the specific particular car from the specific particular movie that one child or another wants to play with at that specific moment. Pandemonium ensues when that one little 3 inch long car cannot be found and I find myself grabbing my phone to call
And next to the lovey collage, I have the Design G page. My in-laws came over Saturday night for a visit and I got way too many good photos. I love love love how Design G lets you get a great mix of horizontal and vertical photos.
This is probably my favorite page of this week's layout. I just lucked out and got so many wonderful shots with my kids. The one in the bottom left spot is my favorite. I was just messing around with my new tripod and caught that one. Melts my heart!
Again, I really need to make it a priority to try to include more stuff. More pieces from our world, more tidbits, paraphernalia, you get the picture. In the meantime, keep snapping and keep it simple, right?
Here's a few more of the photos if you're interested. See you next week for Week Five!