1. Project Life® 2016 | Week Seventeen & Transition Page

    Project Life® 2016 | Week Seventeen & Transition Page

    Today I'm sharing my Week Seventeen which signals the end of my first album for 2016.  I split my Project Life® years into 3, 4-month albums - so January through April, May through August, and September through December. For some people that might be way too much (too many albums) but for me this set up continues... Read More

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  2. Project Life® 2016 | Week Sixteen

    Project Life® 2016 | Week Sixteen

    Getting stories told. Boom. Still loving it. Still not trying to tell every single story. Still not including every single photo. Still loving repetition. Still loving white.Here's a look at my Week Sixteen: For this week I made a set of journal cards using this silkscreen (we have a couple new sets o... Read More

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  3. Project Life® 2016 | Week Eighteen

    Project Life® 2016 | Week Eighteen

    I'm jumping around with 2016 Project Life® weeks right now - starting the process of getting up to date by printing photos first and then adding journaling cards with stories and few embellishments here and there. The products I used in this spread are my Highlighted Products Of The Month and are available for do... Read More

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  4. Project Life® 2016 | Week Fourteen

    Project Life® 2016 | Week Fourteen

    Ah, repetition. I love you.Playing a bit of catch up and keeping it simple by focusing on the words + photos and setting myself up for success with one single design for my journaling cards repeated for each day of the week. It seriously makes it so easy to get the spread done and the story told. The products I used in t... Read More

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  5. Project Life® 2016 | Week Eleven

    Project Life® 2016 | Week Eleven

    My goal this year with Project Life® is to fill in the pockets.I'm doing just that and it's making me happy and I'm pretty much up to date. Am I telling every single story of my life? Nope. No worries. I'm loving that I'm getting some stories told - the sum of all these stories being greater than any one part. I'm d... Read More

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  6. Project Life® 2016 | Week Ten

    Project Life® 2016 | Week Ten

    Today I'm happy to be sharing Project Life® 2016 | Week Ten.Here's a look at how it all came together: So what's up with the ampersands? What I loved about using them here is that I just kept thinking about how our stories go on and on and on. Within any given week (or day) there are so many different stories w... Read More

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  7. Project Life® 2016 | Week Nine

    Project Life® 2016 | Week Nine

    Happy Friday! Here's a look at my Project Life® 2016 | Week Nine:This week I took a pretty lax approach and really just focused on filling in those pockets. Things have been pretty crazy around here the last couple of weeks as we've been dealing with getting Simon a high-school placement that is the best possible fit for... Read More

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  8. Project Life® 2016 | Week Eight

    Project Life® 2016 | Week Eight

    One of the things I highlighted in the Storytelling With Project Life® workshop was the idea of setting yourself up for success by creating cards in advance or having a specific theme you are documenting for a particular week. For Week Eight I created my own cards using my Days Of The Week Craft Die set. I apol... Read More

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  9. Project Life® 2016 | Week Seven

    Project Life® 2016 | Week Seven

    One of the things I love about this project is the opportunity to include the voices of other people who are important to me. This week I've included a couple of text messages from Chris and the kids + a note Anna wrote to Aaron + some math practice Anna did while we were at a restaurant. I am intentionally on the lookout for... Read More

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