Still love this project just a little behind!
I went through an ‘Ali’ phase while making these pages – lots of writing directly onto the photos. Because I only usually do one page per week I often run out of room for journaling so adding writing to the photo allows me to include more words.
I even tried a white gel pen on some pictures. Like it. I also adore that little collage of photos below of the snow fall that happened one day when I was at work. I added the times the photos were taken in Photoshop before printing.
Added a couple more cut down pages to keep some treasures in. My niece and I had been watching Winnie the Pooh and we’d been reciting a little song he sings during one of the episodes. We wanted to get the words right so she jotted them down on a scrap of paper.
Gav left me a note also on a scratty bit of paper about his run and letting me know he’d fed Buddy. Wanted to keep that one too. It’s these little things that make Project Life® all the richer.
Lots of ephemera collected during my birthday week which I made into a two page spread.
I added all the bits and bobs to a 6 x 12 page protector.
A very family oriented week this week.
Managed to drag them all outside on Easter sunday for one of our group shots. Yes it’s staged but I could write a whole post on the joy of these photos. Actually had enough of them to make into a calendar that I gave my Mum and sister last Christmas.
And into April.
Washi tape is my simple go to for adding just a little contrast.
Catching up slowly. I’ve just send a whole load more photos to get printed which takes me up to last weekend so yes getting there.
Project Life® is a memory keeping system developed by Becky Higgins. I am using the Honey and the Fifth and Frolic ‘Dear Lizzie’ Core Kits, the Seasons, DIY shop, Road Trip and Pooch Mini kits on my pages.
Go here to find out more from Becky