I've said it before and I'll say it again. I am loving Project Life. I get more and more excited about documenting my photos each week using this awesome system! If you want to learn more about Project Life, click here to read more about it on Becky's website. Be sure to watch the short video, too!
I've got some fun stuff to show you! Let's get started with Week 5!
I LOVE the way my title card turned out! Notice how the title is on the same angle as the background paper. By the way, the paper is from the Project Life 12x12 Seafoam Paper Pack. The word art titles are available in my shoppe.
I used Design A for left and right pages and included Design G between the two. I had a lot to include this week!
Above is a close up of the left hand side of the spread.
While browsing Cathy Zielske's blog, I was drawn to how she used hashtags as word art on her photos. Super creative and so current! I used her idea throughout this week's layout.
I am super happy with the way this insert (Design G) turned out! Here are a few close-ups:
I am a sucker for clothing labels and tags. All of these little items were on the pair of jeans that I ordered! No wonder Lucky Brand Jeans are so expensive–they have to pay for all of that printing! The card that the tags are mounted on is from the Project Life subscription kit from Studio Calico.
This little flippy cover was made from one of the the title cards in the Seafoam kit. I used a bi-fold journal card to wrap around the title card and hide the label. The "true story" circle was punched from a 3x4 journal card and mounted using a pop-dot. The card covers a photo below it and is attached to it with washi tape (I'm not sure of the manufacturer).
Super Bowl Sunday was during this week and I had to include it in the layout. I searched the internet for some sort of logo of this year's game and dropped it into a 4x6 document and created text boxes with the team names and scores. After I printed it, I slipped it into the protector.
I used a bi-fold journal card to document the event. I thought this particular card was perfect to use horizontally because it was a grid instead of lines. The exclamation point in the previous photo was punched from a 3x4 journal card and mounted using a pop-dot. The arrows are from the Project Life Cobalt Edition. The card is attached to the top of the protector. Love the way this turned out!
The other side of Design G are photos from a customer appreciation event my trainer held at the yoga studio for her clients. Lisa brought in a Zumba instructor for a private class. We had a blast! I haven't danced like that in a long time! I was sore for 2.5 days! We then went to her place for drinks and a light dinner. Her husband made awesome smoked sashimi with a really cool little smoker gun (Chris needs one of those). So good. I love the way they cook-super fresh, clean eating!
On Saturday night we went to a Mardi Gras party hosted by Tony, one of Chris' co-workers. The party started at the Neiburgs Hotel in Old Town Riga where Tony had a video presentation about the history of Mardi Gras, appetizers, Jambalya, Gumbo and King Cake. He hired a trumpeteer to play and lead us in a parade through the streets of old town to the Grand Palace Hotel for more eating, drinking and dancing! We had a great time! We were home by midnight, but we know of others that were out til 5am!
Thanks for reading! See you next week!
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