Project Life 2015 | Week 19 – Becky Higgins DT

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Happy Project Life Monday!! Hard to believe another week has come and gone. We’re still in the middle of that back-to-school frenzy. But I’m feeling excited, because a large project, that I’ve been working on for a few weeks now, is almost finished. I’m getting impatient te share;)

Project Life 2015 | Week 19 by Els Brigé for Becky Higgins DT

Week 19 was a fun week, with mother’s day, last minute photo sessions, and party preparations.

Project Life 2015 | Week 19 by Els Brigé for Becky Higgins DT

The left page of the spread is a design J page protector. Just as last week, I used the Southern Weddings Core kit, the 4×4, and the specialty cards.

Project Life 2015 | Week 19 by Els Brigé for Becky Higgins DT

Embellishments are pretty simple on this spread.

Project Life 2015 | Week 19 by Els Brigé for Becky Higgins DT

I decided to go for antique china for Nora’s big party – so I went hunting for one in some second hand stores. While I was originally planning on gathering an eclectic mix of designs, I fell in love with this pink flowered tea set. It’s so beautiful – too bad one of the cups is missing, so I’m on the hunt for a matching one now;)

Project Life 2015 | Week 19 by Els Brigé for Becky Higgins DT

Mother’s Day meant gifts and little notes from the kids. This one fitted in the album.

Project Life 2015 | Week 19 by Els Brigé for Becky Higgins DT

Behind the note, I stamped a couple of light pink roses onto the neutral 4×6 card. A beautiful detail.

Project Life 2015 | Week 19 by Els Brigé for Becky Higgins DT

See you later this week!!

Els.

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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.

2 Responses

  1. Miriam Prantner
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    Such sweet photos! Love those tea cups too!

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