This is a BIG post. It's going to cover a couple MONTHS worth of Project Life layouts. If you're new to this scrapbooking method or just exploring around to get a taste of what the fuss is all about, you've picked a good day to drop by.
Today I have a video for you that shows the rest of my 2012 book that shows you everything from the last post all the way up to the end. It's a bit lengthy (sorry 'bout that), but I'm so thrilled to have the year's book DONE. Now I can get all fired up to start on 2013 with Seafoam!
Plus, if you keep scrolling down past the video, you will see the photos of my weeks 41-42 which is where I pick up in the video. It should have you all caught up on my entire 2012 album.
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Weeks 41-42 of 2012:
Lots of photos from these weeks because I ended up with a lot of inserts!
A very fun layout this week. Evan was away in China and the kids got their school photos taken.
How cute is that tough guy fireman face?
I used a vertical 5x7 insert to showcase school photos for Isaiah and Micah (even though Micah isn't technically in school).
And the next week....
Three inserts this week: two horizontal 5x7 pages and a 6x12.
I layered the horizontal insert on top of the tall one so I could see them both easily.
The 5x7 insert holds Micah's name tag from his field trip to the zoo, but it was a little bit too big for the space. I taped it to some double sided cardstock to hold it in place then used some washi tape to close up the opening at the top. The flip side is a 4x6 journaling card mounted to the cardstock that tells the story of Micah's adventures.
For this 6x12 insert, I wanted to include two blog posts, one on each side. I used an Instagram photo at the top and then created a 6x10 document. I printed them out on my normal sized white cardstock and added a little designer paper and washi to the bottom to make it fit in the page protector.
And then the next insert is just a couple of my favorite shots from this little fall photo shoot I did in the front yard.
As for the right page, I just used a Design D and filled up every spot with photos because there were so many I loved!
Whew! There we go! The rest of the 2012 album is finished and shared with you all. I hope you have enjoyed sharing Project Life with me and I've already got my new Seafoam 2013 album in the works. Let's get moving with a brand new year!