Getting stories told.
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 of silkscreens coming soon that I'm super excited to tell you about) + this foam alphabet sticker set + a rolling date stamp. I made all those cards first and then filled in the stories after the week had passed.
I had a bit of an issue with the white paper I used this time - not sure exactly where it came from, but it was not friendly with my pens (which work great on other papers that I regularly use).
The "hard week" is a 3x8 page protector insert - more about that below. Love that they fit right into a 12x12 album.
The thick black pen is my favorite Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pen Big Brush. So great.
The "now" card is from a past Studio Calico kit. Love that yellow.
For my photo accents this week I used stickers from this set.
I love the idea of including a small insert. This is a 3x8 page protector that you can get from my shop. I include lots of inserts with additional photos or stories that are bigger but this is a great size if you have something specific you want to include that might be smaller - love the idea of including an over-arching theme or story for the week (this was a hard week and acknowledging that tells more of my story). I used the same elements that I added to my other journal cards for the week + a stamp from the Believe Story Stamp™.
As usual I added an index tab along the outside edge of my insert.
On the back I used a photo of the allium in my backyard.