Happy Monday!! Welcome back for yet another Project Life week. Speaking of which, have you seen Carson’s colorful spread for her Weekend Guest post. I’m totally in love with it. So beautiful! My style is usually not that colorful, but nonetheless this was a fun one to make.
Week 16 is made with two smaller page protectors, and a narrow insert in between.
The left side of the spread is a design J page protector, which is slowly turning into one of my favorite page protector types.
In the first pocket, our first popsicles of the year documented. Which is unseasonably early in the year for us, but the weather this Easter break was amazing. Next to that a journaling card from the Inspire Edition Core kit with the week’s number.
The smaller insert in between is a design I page protector.
Lots of gorgeous weather of course meant lots of playing outside for the kids that week – which is obviously not always cheerful. I cut up a 4×6 card to go in this 4×4 pocket.
The same for this transparency from the Mix & Match Value kit.
The right spread holds a screenshot of the weather forecast I got on my phone.
I thought this quote from the Inspire Edition was perfect for this week.
Our week summed up: gardening, playing, gardening, playing, shoe shopping, gardening, playing;) Oh, and we filled in the forms to get our Kids-ID’s so we could go to Disneyland a few weeks after.
A while back I ordered some acrylic and wood veneer sets from Color Cast Design. Jessica makes absolutely beautiful embellishments. I love the thickness of these small wood veneer phrases.
So this is a rather untraditional spread this week because of the smaller page protectors and inserts, but I hope you still liked it. Have a great week!
Project Life is een systeem om herinneringen bij te houden en een levensstijl, gecreëerd door Becky Higgins. Je kan er hier meer over lezen. Dit is mijn interpretatie van het project. Mijn eerdere Project Life posts kan je hier altijd bekijken. * Project Life is a memory keeping system and a lifestyle created by Becky Higgins. You can read more about it here. This is my interpretation of the project. Check here to view my previous Project Life posts.