Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Project Life - happy times.

This was a really fun and busy week. I used lots of triangles, circles and ampersands this week.  I printed out half my pictures at home and already had some stamping done on them from last week, so that helped things come together quickly. Here is the left side of my spread:
I used a couple of my Art Journaling Cards on here as well.  Love the color they add to a spread.  I wrote out the story of Avinash volunteering Nandini to get her head chopped off.  I stamped the photo with celebrate life and card with you are love last week, thanks to Viji ;) 
I love hearing about 'the News' from school.  Avi got to be the pretend Shabbat 'daddy' this week at school too, which meant he also got to blow the shofar.  A huge treat for him.  He was super into apples and honey as well.  I pasted a few photos on a grid bag, and misted a few wooden apples in overdue and custard to go on top.  Still loving these little alpha stickers for mini titles.

I have been hoarding this soccer ball flair for years now.  I was almost tempted to save it for a layout about soccer, but I took the plunge and put it on here, ha!

I did a mini-layout style for this pocket.  I layered a banner ephemera, circle tidbit, some washi and a leaf sequin together. 

Ampersands!  I stuck one on there and then decided a random collection of them would look cute together too.  They are from the Ali E thickers, Hey Day ephemera, circle tidbits and ReadySetGo thickers.

Here is the right side:
Lots more pirate pictures.  A card about my mom's overnight visit to Houston and another about bathtime (they are yearbook journaling cards). Nandini reading with Ryan.  She brings me books all day long and it feels like she learns a new word everyday, here she is saying 'go go'.  I stamped so RSGo paper with a KP 'Get it Girl' stamp.  Loving the word bubble paper too. 
I love this collage title.  I used Baxter stickersprinted RSGo Thickers, an old SC sticker, red shoreline thickers, and white letter stickers.  The paper is A boy's Life and has tiny skulls and crossbones on it, I stuck a word bubble post it on for journaling.  I used a few chipboard banner pieces (that have been sitting in a box for ages) as triangle embellishments along the sides.

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, multi-pack page protectors, and grid journaling cards. I love the new 3x4 cardstock pack too.  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, please include a link to your projects below so we can check them out too!


  1. beautiful spread... i love how colorful they look!

  2. I am always happy to see your PL each week!!! Each pocket is sooooo YUMMY and creative. Some favorites besides the photos because you always have AWESOME/SWEET PHOTOS. The today collage, the pirate title collage, LOVE LOVE THE SOCCER BALL, IT'S PERFECT FOR THIS LITTLE POCKET, I WANT ONE NOW, the fun apples, the ampersands (sp) are soooo cute would never thought to do that but having a little row of them is PERFECT!!
    Thanks so much for sharing these colorful/happy pages each week, love reading about the kids.

  3. I sure enjoy your PL posts. You're one of the reasons I plan to start my own PL next year!

  4. Your PL is so inspiring, the little tidbits keep my eyes coming back for more!

  5. Gosh, you make me want to do PL!! I tried it and epically failed at it. LOL Love all the colors and details. :)

  6. as always so beautiful and colorful!

  7. Your pages really are fantastic. I love all the little extras you add to them and how they add to the stories and pictures. Wonderful.

  8. i loooove the apples but i am not allowed to buy any more veneers until i use more of the ones i have! i keep buying them and hoarding them :D

  9. So cute! Avi makes a cute pirate:-)I love the soccer button and the go go get it girl ! So cute!


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