I'm nearing the end of what this volume can hold and starting to think about ordering another binder. It's crazy to flip back and see just how much of our lives have been captured within it's pages. I've said it multiple times, but I love this project! I can't quite imagine going back to doing traditional scrapbooking pages.
Side one of the week documents the twins' first dance class, reading and relaxing time, mud soup, and a postcard that a dear friend sent me.
I made my own title card for the week using patterned paper and a journaling card from Ormolu Designs.
This week the twins and I went on a coffee date. They love to sit at the table and drink milk and eat bread. They also like to visit with anyone who will listen.
I took some instagrams of them and used the Picframe app to stitch them together.
|Supplies: stickers/jillibean soup, pen/le pen, sewing machine|
The weekend our family took part in a local biking event. They had kid bike rides, food trucks, a strider zone for the kids, and a 10 mile night ride for the grown ups. I took enough pictures that I wanted to make an insert for the week.
I used design D and cut it down. I didn't do much more than add the photos and journaling cards.
The second side of the week has pictures from the pirate parade, a self-portrait of Mia, and a photo Mark took of the 3 kids together.
For the journaling card I used one the given Project Life journaling cards. I seperated the card with a piece of Smash washi tape. I used Echo Park and Lily Bee stickers for the title.
I love how it's not complicated at all to dress up the cards.
This gem of a photo was one that Mia took of herself. She's been playing with my camera a lot lately and it's fun to see what she captures. I love how blue her eyes are!
You can find out more about Project Life at BeckyHiggins.com.
I am linking up with The Mom Creative for the weekly Project Life share. You can see all sort of great inspiration there.