Project Life® 2017 | Week Thirty-Four

Welcome back to another week of Project Life® for 2017. This week I've been sharing the six spreads that I finished up last weekend as I work towards catching up before December begins. You can see all my past Project Life® posts here

Here's a look at Week Thirty-Four: 

This week I didn't use a particular embellishment to create cohesion across the spread and instead just used a few things here and there. I like both approaches - the other is such a great way to use up your product vs. saving it for the "perfect" spread or project. 

Here's my question to you today: in what ways are you making this process more complicated than it needs to be? 

I think for me most of the time I think in my head that I need to make it more "done" vs. just keeping it simple.

The "memories" cork piece is from the Summer Embellishment Variety Pack. 

Acrylic heart is from a past Story Kit™

The two chipboard pieces on this side of the spread are from the Summer Chipboard Shape Variety Pack. The "friends" card is from the Friends Journal Card Set (available digitally here).

The last 3x4 card here is journaling taking from an Instagram post. Sometimes it's fun to mix it up and print white on black. 


You can see all my past Project Life® blog posts here. For more information about my overall process make sure to check out my self-paced Storytelling With Project Life® workshop

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3 thoughts

  1. Inkfanatic says…

    Love this:) And yeah, I think I worry a lot about making things more 'done'. Working on (& enjoying) keeping it simple!

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  2. Jeannew says…

    I've been loving seeing your PL spreads this week. I've been catching up too. I keep seeing pieces from the summer chipboard set variety pack, which I thought I ordered, and wondering where mine is. I finally realized it was damaged in our basement flood in August. So now I need to order a new one. Love those elements!

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  3. amorton63 says…

    I worry about the colors, making sure that everything matches a certain color scheme. I love this spread so much!

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