Page one: Found my groove with the vertical photos this week. Just lots and lots of pictures. I used many cards of the American Crafts holiday kit again this week. I used a few die cut ephemera from Crate Paper and Lucky Charm here (why are they so hard for me to use!). I layered wood on wood, putting the word happy over a little banner. I also have a few SC printables circles here and there (love this, hi, today, love). I used my new circle mask (thanks Anandi!) on a tag and I stamped&gold embossed with this Lucky Charm roller all over.
MME buttons and banners here and there go a long way to adding dimension to the pockets. I used the boy crazy set and the sweetest thing set. The teal letter stickers are Jillibean soup, my fave flat alphas for Project Life. The yellow ones on the wooden tag are from an SC kit, they should totally sell those too!
faux washi' stickers from Crate. I added some wooden stars, a camera and enamel dot to finish it off. I realized that I used to put wooden cameras everywhere last year and I really miss that.
Page two: I moved things around quite a bit on this side. So much that I tore the bottom seam. Luckily a little squirrel paperclip works well to hold things in place (I hate slipping). All of these cards are printables, mostly American Crafts Holiday Line, and one paislee press woodgrain card. So simple and so epic.
gold glitter thickers were special enough to document Nandini's birth date (pi baby!). I chopped a journaling card in quarters and then wrote directly on the photo in white pen (sharpie poster paint pen). I did a bit more gold embossing on the memories card. I forgot how much I love the look of metallic embossing.
Let me know if you have any questions. Linked up with The Mom Creative for Project Life Tuesday. The PL kits I am using are the Seafoam kit and Clementine kit, with multi-pack page protectors, and grid journaling cards. 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!