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Project {Life} Summer Week 2

08
Jul

Let me just go on record and say I LOVE THIS PROJECT!!!! I am so mad that I have not done it before and I promise that I will be doing it again and again.  I also showed my sister just the few pages I have and guess who is joining in on the project – YES I have pulled my sister to the darkside *insert evil laugh here*.


Here is a closer look at the left side.

Aubrey has been stealing our headphones for months now and because they are the earbuds I worry about her hearing.  This week I went to Target and bought her a pair of Kid Headphones.  I thought this pic from the package was pretty cute so I used it!

Right above the packaged I made this quoted card to highlight a quote from Aubrey.  While I was in my room folding laundry she ran in, after a hour of listening to her music in her room, and screamed “MOM I LOVE MY HEADPHONES! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!” It was the cutest thing and it deserved to be showcased.  Next to the quoted card is a photo I snapped in the car right after buying the headphones.

At the top of the page I created a graphic to highlight that JoJo’s Bootcamp at the gym started this week.  Right next to it is a card with different moments from the week that I want to remember.

Below my Moments To Remember card I have a picture of Aubrey with her cousin Jenna.  They spent the night together at Nana’s this week and Aubrey was really excited about it.  Beside the photo is a little card with a few of our favorites right.

Right below that is a picture of some chickens.  When we picked Jenna up her mommy and daddy were getting ready to take the chickens to a farm (not to kill but to live a happy life laying eggs).  Aubrey kept saying she wanted to pet the chickens – nicely.

Also this week I took Aubrey to the Rose Garden for a photoshoot.  I took one of Becky Higgins 12×12 page with vertical 4×6 spaces and cut off the last 2 columns to create this split page.  I had a few vertical photos I wanted to showcase and this was a perfect way to do it.


The 2nd page is more photos from that shoot that I just absolutely love.

like this face.

 

As I said above I LOVE this project.  It has become a family project and not just something mommy does at the computer alone every night.

p.s. sorry for the fuzzy photos I had no idea I had my ISO set to 1200 when I took them. . . .argggghhh!





 

7 Comments for this entry

Nicol
July 8th, 2011 on 1:42 pm

I love your version of Project Life. Super cute. The story of the headphones is adorable.

Christi
July 11th, 2011 on 4:28 pm

Everyone is loving this project. I do 365 but digital. This year I’m actually using the book you and Joey did and I’m so far behind. I think I might try this next year instead of doing a digital version.

Lois Houston
July 12th, 2011 on 1:06 pm

LOVE your pages. I’m doing the 2nd year of Project Life. Last year ended up being a hybrid of digital & PL pages, this year is almost exclusively PL pages. I am doing some creativity with add-in pages, too, to fit in some extra pictures and the kids’ artwork. Love your book!

Mikki McGehee
July 12th, 2011 on 8:48 pm

I am so inspired by the “Quoted” journaling block! I instantly had to scraplift it and put it in my own Project Life album. Thank you so much =)

Jessica
November 23rd, 2011 on 9:28 pm

Love love love your album!!!!
I was wondering where you got your moments to remember overlay from??
You’re so inspiring ~ can’t wait to embark on this project next year!!

    Shirley - Wild Blueberry Ink
    November 23rd, 2011 on 9:29 pm

    Jessica thanks so much! I made that overlay Give me until the weekend and I will send you a copy of it!

Erin
March 16th, 2012 on 11:46 pm

I love your blog and your PL album. I think your “quoted” journaling card is fantastic. How did you make it? I have very quotable daughters (4 and 6) and this would be great to add to my PL album. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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