And welcome to week fourteen of our Project Life journey. Some weeks I tell more of our story than others but I do love to write. For me the words are just as important as capturing and sharing the photos. Keeping relatively up to date with this project means that the experiences captured are still fresh in my memory. I don’t mind if there isn’t any room left on the cards for embellishing. Just as long as that story gets told.
And welcome to week nine of our Project Life album for 2015. HUGE week around here at 209 including International Day at school where all four babes got dressed up, Henry received Star of the Week (the celebrations went on all weekend), the 9th issue of Jot Magazine was released in which I
And welcome to week eight of our Project Life album. We’ve had some overcast days here so I cheated when taking the photos of my work. I took all the cards out of the page protectors, arranged them in order on a white background then ran all the photos through a filter in PicTapGo. If you
And welcome to week seven of our Project Life album for 2015. This week just seemed to come together beautifully working with lots of colourful photos and the new Studio Calico kit that had arrived before the weekend. These were both great, but what really made the week come together easily and seemingly effortlessly what that it was only recently that we had created those memories. In other words, the moments lived and the moments that I wanted to document were fresh in my little brain when I was putting it all together. After struggling to complete
With the release of Jot Magazine on Monday I can now post week five of our Project Life album for 2015. If you haven’t already grab a cuppa and treat yourself to this HUGE 9th issue. It’s a beautiful and inspiring read.
As for Project Life 2015? I’m really enjoying the creative process year. I’m continuing to focus on the photographs and the story they tell as well as adding memorabilia, quotes and noting the tiny little things that happened in our week like what music we were listening to or purchasing a gift for our little
Week six was full of home decorating, heaps of script work, organising, planning and ‘me’ time. The kiddos ventured off to their dad’s on the Thursday afternoon and so for three days and nights I tried to make the most of, and enjoy, some ‘me’ time. When they go I usually immerse myself in catching up with work like commissions, blogging, design script jobs and creative projects. This time I tried to find more of a balance.
1) I have begun a course. Starting is always the hardest part so I overcame that speed hump which felt good.
Super quick Project Life share of our week forty-nine. It’s raining cats and dogs here at the moment and so the photos that I have taken aren’t great quality. But with the thought to keep moving forward I’m running with what I have.
I love the photos in our week forty-nine. Such a mixture of memories collected during the week. My favourite, by far, is the photo of my nephew. Reminds me of Elton John and every time I see it I want to sing “Benny and the Jets”.
A super quick post today as I’m running in and out processing, packing and sending order from my 50% off clearance sale.
Putting week forty-eight together was fun. Continuing with keeping everything simple I used white textured cards from the Project Life collection, a couple of Midnight core kit 3×4 filler cards, stamps from Kellie Stamps, and some gold foil vellum circles that I punched out and stapled with my tiny attacher stapler.