As you've seen so far with my Week In The Life™ spreads, my approach was to tackle the words with a slightly different focus or "lead-in words" each day.
The idea for "Saturdays are for" actually came about as I was developing content from my Story Stamp™ classroom for the Daily theme. I love the idea of using a "this day is for" prompt for either stories about today or about the past. What were Saturdays like when I was a kid? Specific activities? Hanging out around the house? Sports? Working in the yard? Hot dogs and coke for lunch? I love that once the question is presented I'm flooded with a variety of different memories of different times in my life.
You can see/read my Saturday words and photos post here.
Here's a look at how I brought my words and photos from this one Saturday in 2014 all together in my album:
For my journaling I literally started every section with the phrase "Saturdays are for..." and used digital word art from this set (that includes each day of the week in singular and plural): These Days Are For
The enlarged photo I used is the one of Simon looking at the field at the football game. It's absolutely a personal favorite of mine for the year.
I addition to starting all the journaling sections that way I decided to print a large version of the word art onto the 3x8 timeline card. It's a nice balance with all the word-heavy sections from this day to have something without a lot of words. I added one single blue star as an accent + added the plastic tab like I've done on all previous days + stamped "stories" from the kit.
On the back I used the photo of Simon and my sister that I love, love, love from when we were walking into the Oregon football game.
Next up are three 3x4 photos + the day title card + the gold embossed #6.
I really like filling these pockets with photos, especially as I look back on them now. Little bits of our life, all right here in this one book.
I added the blue and gold star chipboard piece right above my words.
The last spread of the day includes more photos from the football game.
I really love that a project like this can be such a great reflection of the big and little stuff of life. Being able to see that all together in one place gives such a nice perspective on our lives - we are a mix of all of it.
Life is good.