Project Life® 2018 | Week Fifteen

Continuing to carve out time here and there to work my way through telling stories for 2018 in my Project Life® album

Here's a look at Week 15 (April 9 - April 15): 


My SDF (Simple Design Formula) for this week included transparent days of the week for my 4x6 photo. These were an Add On product for one of my monthly kits in the last year. I used a Tiny Attacher to connect each of those days of the week transparencies to my photos. In addition I simply typed up my journaling and printed it on white paper. On the top of each journal card I added a small green puffy asterisk (from a past puffy number sticker Add On) and stamped the date along the bottom. 

Card and chipboard ovals are from the April Stories By The Month™ kit

Loved including a combo of black and white and color photos in this spread. Also love using my Espon PictureMate PM400 which includes the option for the white boarders on my photos. 

Remember - just pick a few things to use on any given week. It makes it so much easier when you limit the supplies you have access to and it helps keeps the focus on the words and photos. 

Words + photos for the win. 


Music in my video is from Soundstripe


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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  1. barefootscrapbooker says…

    There is so much love in these photos and on this spread. It warms my heart, and made me smile today! :)

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  2. michelezh says…

    Drivers Permit for Simon - Yay!!! Super excited for him:) My daughter takes the test November 3 and she can't wait to start practicing. She likes to point out all the different cars she would like - And of course, they're the most expensive:)

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  3. katie_rose says…

    Love the repetition! Those asterisk embellishments have become a new favorite of mine! I fell in love with them when they were in the Change kit...would love to see more in the future!

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  4. RJSmith says…

    I love your tips on repetition. I've been trying to incorporate that in my spreads and love them more because of it. I'm wondering if you have made it a habit to take a horizontal photo each day of the week in order to fill in the 4x6 and be able to use Mon-Sun word stamps. Or does it just happen to work out that way and it's an added bonus?

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    1. AliEdwards says…

      Hi! For many years I took 99% of my photos horizontally. This past year I have started taking a lot more vertically and I just crop them vertically.