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Project Life 2013 | Week Twenty-Two (Includes May Day In The Life)

Welcome to Project Life 2013 | Week Twenty-Two (May 27- June 2).

Remember when I recently shared that layout I'd put together for the PBS TV show Scrapbook Soup? This is the other project that will be featured on a second segment this fall.

This is also another example where I repeated the same theme for the journal cards throughout the week.

This time I used 3x4 grid cards + metal rimmed circle tags + orange ink + Big Day stamp set from Technique Tuesday + Just Awesome Stamp Set + silver ink.

I used Tim Holtz scissors to cut each of the metal rimmed circle tags.

Love that cohesive look for variety from time to time in my album.

All patterned paper included this week is from Die Cuts With A View Snapshot Paper Stack.

This week also included my May Day In The Life insert and some information about Simon's Outdoor School that I added after the taping.

The insert is 6x12. To create it I used a Day In The Life layered template set. This month I decided to repeat and rotate the large photo + May title.


The back side is a collage of photos gathered together using my Day In The Life Photo Collage set.

SUPPLIES | 2013 | WEEK TWENTY-TWO


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Project Life is a product and a system and a lifestyle created by Becky Higgins. It can be anything you want it to be. The core pieces used in my album are available here. If you live outside the US check Becky’s site for more information on sources. View all my posts about Project Life here.

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21 thoughts

  1. audra says…
    07/02/2013

    Ali, what a great week, I love the weekday metal tags you made! Can you please share a source for the yellow floral paper in the upper left hand corner?
    I would love that paper for a project I've started. Thanks!!!

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    1. Ali says…
      07/02/2013

      Hi Audra,
      It's from Die Cuts With A View Snapshot Glitter paper stack

  2. Petra says…
    07/02/2013

    This is gorgeous. Ali I am inspired by how you take a simple thing like a key tag and turn it into something so very cool! You are always an inspiration. Thank you for sharing your awesome talent with us.

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  3. Alida says…
    07/02/2013

    Love everything, but I'm especially inspired to make some of my own date cards with the kit papers.

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  4. Lori says…
    07/02/2013

    Lovely!! I love the orange ink you used for the tags! And I love that while this is still Project Life, it clearly shows how different it can look when personalized. Not a bit of the kit is used.

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  5. Lisa W. says…
    07/02/2013

    As always scrumptious!!!!! :)

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  6. Sara Andrews says…
    07/02/2013

    Love the metal tags!!

    And the DCWV Snapshot Stack is one of my all time favorites!!

    So many wonderful ideas. :)

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  7. Jo-Anne from ZA says…
    07/02/2013

    LOVELY work Ali!!

    Always a PLEASURE to view your pages:-)

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  8. Sonia says…
    07/02/2013

    I love your layout this week. I would also like to know what the source for the yellow flowered paper on your title card. So beautiful.

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    1. Ali says…
      07/02/2013

      It’s from Die Cuts With A View Snapshot Glitter paper stack

  9. cindy b says…
    07/02/2013

    Ali, every day I check your blog and I always seem to be BLOWN AWAY by what I find and read. Your PL pages are simply a joy to look at and as always, inspire me to document our lives. THANK YOU!

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  10. Jessica @The Mom Creative says…
    07/02/2013

    Love the tags on your journaling cards, Ali! SO fun.

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  11. Dogmatix says…
    07/02/2013

    Love the colours. The metal tags look great and really bring the pages together :-)

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  12. J3SS1C4 says…
    07/02/2013

    The matching journalling cards look great! Can I ask where you get the metal tags from? I've had a lot of trouble finding them here in Aus, and I want them for my spice jars!

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    1. Ali says…
      07/02/2013

      Most of the time I get them at office supply stores (or order from Amazon).

  13. Chrisy@GoodNorthCoastLife says…
    07/02/2013

    Ali, l know this is a big call.......but l think this could be one of your best PL layouts yet! I'm a sucker for uniform colour palate and l love how you wove together a theme for the week (ie celebrate) together with all of your weekly activities.
    Simply divine.

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  14. Susanne says…
    07/03/2013

    Love it!

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  15. liz says…
    07/06/2013

    You are so so good. This is AMAZING Ali!

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  16. Project Life 2012 : August 20-26 | travelscrapsleeprepeat says…
    08/20/2013

    [...] inspired by someone else, but I seem to have lost the source. I know Ali Edwards has used the tags in a similar way, but I copied this one right down to the staple  If it is yours, please leave a comment, and thank [...]

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  17. Scrapbook Soup Episode 301-4 | Ali Edwards says…
    09/26/2013

    […] Here is a link to the original post I did about this spread of Project Life (includes images), as well as a supply list. […]

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  18. Project Life® 2014 | Week Fourteen | Ali Edwards says…
    07/09/2014

    […] Something I love to do every once in awhile with Project Life is to use all those 3×4 card sposts to record something each day of the week. This is made super easy with all the day of the week products available (stamps, stickers, etc). You can see another example of this technique here: PL 2013 | Week 22. […]

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