My Dad and brother were in town this past week so it was fun to share my album with them and see the varied reactions. I showed them my die cut machine which my Dad likened to his engineer drafting software. It was so nice to see his interest in the album and hear the pride in his voice as he looked through it. My brother wasn't that impressed. He suggested that I just get a 3-D printer instead so I can make my own wrench at home and stuff, ha!
The picture of Avi swinging in a tree is from a week or two ago, but I forgot all about it. Quite memorable since he is usually more risk averse than daredevil. A kraft label and Chaps sticker. Still love that line. Continued the kraft on these carousel pictures since the rest of the page is pretty busy. The entire page is actually cell phone pictures.
camera to both sides of this transparency, and it looks quite seemless. My Dad loved the way Nandini looked written out in seafoam thickers. No, I didn't make those, they are just regular pre-made stickers. But I did ink the edges in teal chalk if that helps!
journaling cards are. just. the. best. They are subtle, but fun and crisp. They let my photos stand out, but aren't too dull or boring. Plus, it is just one sheet paper that costs way less than a whole PL kit, so I can convince myself it's okay to buy a few just in case, ha! For the top and bottom, I went with a SC kit paper, both the yellow hexagon and gray circle sides. Instant coordination done.
You can also see two Kelly Purkey stamps here on either side of the middle row. They are just so fun to use. Nice to do a card about myself for a change.
chipboard, an SC stamp, wood stars and airmail washi.
collection. I have hoarded that stuff for far too long.
What else? Just lots of little bits like colored paperclips (Target), random wooden ruler, glitter thickers, letter stickers etc. As always, let me know if you have any questions. Linked up with The Mom Creative for Project Life Tuesday. The PL kit I am using is the Clementine kit. Thank you so much to everyone in this wonderful community. I love all
the feedback and looking at everything people do each week. It
definitely keeps me motivated. Also, feel free to include a link to your projects in the comments so we can check them out too!