Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Project Life -- Catching Up

So I'm still behind, but am I letting that stop me?  Hell to the no.  But I am slowly making progress in the PL arena.  Some days I wish I could just do a physical album because it seems like it would make life simpler.  But then I guess I remember back to when I started one last year and only got the first week done because of printing issues.  LOL.  The grass is always greener.  Anyway, I'm excited that I was able to get a couple of weeks done and am starting to work on the next couple.  Hopefully, I can be caught up before too long.

I'm linking up with Project Life Tuesday at the Mom Creative.

Credits for Week 12: Erica Zane - Let's Chalk; Valorie Wibbens - Pockets 6 & 7, Glittered JC, Happy Thoughts kit, Sprinkles 14; Emily Merritt - Hashtags No. 1, Sweet Summer; Allison Pennington - Twirl cards; Eighteen25 Subway Art; Amanda Yi Designs - Yo Pops! cards; Brandi Sutherlin Designs - Arrow Journals Journal Cards; The Edits - Simple Kinda Journal Cards; Heather Joyce - The Distressed Duchess; 
Peeps & Milo - Retromatic No. 2, Shine Bright 1 & 2, Jack & Jillian alpha; BZB Designs - Say What cards; 
Becky Higgens - Project Life Midnight journal cards; Amy Martin - Needed More Stitching 6

Credits for Week 13: Valorie Wibbens - Pockets No. 6, Sprinkles 14; BZB Designs - Pun Vol 2, Emotefeelings, Country Cutie, whitewashed solids; Designs by Lili - 4x6 Photo Collages 3 & 4, 3x4 photo templates 2; Heather Joyce - The Distressed Duchess; The Edits - On The Road journal cards; Karla Dudley - Sprung word brushes; Peeps & Milo - Retromatic No. 1, Nature Prevails paper/flair; Amanda Yi Designs - Summer Cottage papers, Woodsy Summer; Brandi Sutherlin Designs - Sweet Journal Cards; Emily Merritt - Summer play; Valorie Brown - 2013 Calendars; Nerdy Scrapper Studio - A Sizzling Summer (chalk edition); Amy Martin - Needed More Stitching 6

What have you been up to??


Amanda said...

Your digital layouts are fantastic! I really like the little touches, like the highlighted week on the calendar. Will you print this out with Picaboo or Snapfish or the like at the end of the year?

michelle said...

I know what you mean about going physical to digital and thinking the other is easier. I always think I should do mine digitally because it would be easier. I basically put my layouts together digitally to "plan" them before I print everything. Plus, the space you would save with a thinner book! But, I love holding the physical prints in my hand and putting them in my book. It's my creative outlet. I spend enough time on the computer already! :)

cat said...

Love th eblack and white accents in your pages. FOr me digital would nto work - it requires time at home in front of a computer while I spend most of my working day doing that. Being able to do little bits and pieces at home as I get a chance really works for me.

Heather Wambach said...

I love the colors of your pages and the snippets of life that you capture. And don't feel bad, I'm only posting weeks 14 and 15 this week!

Craftcherry said...

Your pages are amazing. That "You are the ketchup on my chips" card is so fun. I would love to go back and do some past years in digital form.