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Hello everyone, this is Janna with a small Project Life spread. :)
I've been extremely busy these last few weeks. I was stuck behind my desk doing an abundance of computer work. Therefore, I didn't have a whole lot of photos for week 8 and 9 of my Project Life album. Instead of insisting on creating a double spread each week, I've decided that it's ok to combine two weeks. Honestly, that is the beauty of Project Life; scrapbooking at your own pace without the burden of deadlines. It's about scrapbooking life as it happens and making the process as convenient as possible.
This is the first time I combined a two week period and it was way more fun than I thought it would be. I picked a few highlights like my new tripod (which makes my work so much easier!), the opening of my Etsy shop, our sweet dog and meeting friends for dinner. I added pictures of the scale as well.
I used Crate Paper's Sleigh Ride Thickers for this week and adhered them in a non-straight way. This kind of typography set-up makes the page feel more playful and happy.
I punched out a couple of butterflies from DIY Shop, Party Day and Maggie Holmes. The large one on the left is from the Maggie Holmes Ephemera Pack. I also used punched scraps. The butterflies are a synonym for my desperate need of Spring, and Sunshine!!
If you've been following my Project Life, you know that it's a weight loss album. I document my weight loss on a day-to-day basis. Right now, it's a bit up and down, but all in all, the weight is falling off. I try to focus on eating healthy and exercising more. Most the time, it works just fine, though other times, it doesn't. In truth, that's ok because pressure is by no means beneficial, nor helpful.
Already, I covered 9 weeks of 2013!! It's fun to go through the existing weeks, study the things that have happened and read about them. On the other side of things, it can be challenging to keep pace with it all! I try to jot down notes throughout the week so I don't forget the day-to-day stuff. That being said, what sort of tricks do you use to track stories for your Project Life album?
Have a great weekend! See you in four weeks!