2/7/13

project life: january recap


i wanted to get all of my pages together on one screen just so i could see what they looked like together.  

things i'm loving this month...

using smaller photos in the 4x6 slots to make more room for journaling
these martha stewart labels and my typewriter
the calendar cards from studio calico
adding pockets and flip up cards for journaling and other fun stuff







16 comments:

  1. This looks awesome! I think the confetti pocket is one of my favorite additions :) I like seeing the entire month together as well.

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    1. Thanks Geralyn!! Loving your printables so much!!

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  2. so cute!! you do such a great job documenting.
    but, yes...YOU need to be in there, too! ;)

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    1. I'm in there at least once a week..I usually just make sure the photos are super tiny!!! Ha!!!

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  3. These look so great!! Don't you love seeing them all together! Very fun!!

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    1. Love seeing the whole month!!! And would t it be cool to do the whole year???? :)

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  4. I love this. My favorite part of my PL album is the whole complete album, not just each weekly spread...seeing them all together is wonderful. I love your PL style with the muted tons and pops of color.

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  5. I just love looking at your pages!!! I am planning to use the confetti idea next week with pinks and purples for vday

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    1. The pink and purple confetti sounds perfect for valentine's day!! And thanks so much for stopping by! Your comments always make me smile!! :)

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  6. I love how light and airy your PL looks! And that quote about Aladdin is pretty priceless, so awesome you have that documented :)

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  7. hello! i just discovered your blog via pinterest, and I'm LOVING your take on Project Life. I have a question.. what kind of typewriter do you use? I have a vintage one but it's not always reliable.

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  8. Hi Katie...I use an old smith & corona. It was my grandmothers. It definitely types better on plain paper rather than cardstock but I kind of like the look of the broken type. I'd love a vintage one one day...just to look at! :)

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