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  • Project Life Extravaganza – Weeks #14 – #18

    I’m back with the last 5 weeks of Project Life. Project Life is rather quick and efficient and I wasn’t that far behind. It takes me more time to take the pictures and post the layouts than it does for me to make them.

    I ran into one of Emily’s former preschool teachers at the grocery store that I hadn’t seen in 5 years. She said, “I sure do miss seeing those precious kids of yours in your Project Life posts.” Oops. I didn’t even know she knew that I wrote a blog.

    So this is a very photo heavy post with few words. Grab a cup of jo and enjoy! And if you didn’t read yesterday’s post, I am hosting my first link up next Friday, May 18th called Telling Your Story. It consists of 5 simple photographs. You can read about it here. I am getting REALLY excited. These picture ideas will be great to use for your project life albums.

    Week #14
     




     
    Stationary from B Designs Letterpress
     
    Week #15
     



     
    Stationary from YeeHawIndustries (illustrated by Bjorn Rune Lie)
     
    Week #16
     



     
    Stationary from Yellow Owl Workshop
     
    Insert {Design E}
     


     
    I kind of love this. Look for this to be repeated. I always include a letter to my children each week, but I love celebrating each child individually some weeks and Design E makes it super simple with having 4 kids.
     
    Week #17
     



     
    Stationary from Egg Press
     
    Week #18
     



     
    Stationary from Found Image Press
     
    Insert {8.5 x 11}
     

     
    This was my gratitude sheet that I talk about here. On the other side was the roster of all the kids who made the All Star baseball team printed off from an email. I actually printed it off a second time, because Ben fell asleep with the first one I printed off. He’s possibly a little bit excited.

    Little touches:

    The title cards were all made from pages from my assorted Smash journals with assorted ribbons, washi tape, old Making Memories word stickers, Elle Studio numbers, and letter stickers.

    I printed off several pictures to 2 x 3 inches and stapled them onto the 3 x 4 journaling cards. I have loved playing with different sizes of pictures, including instagram sized pictures.

    To see all of my project life pages go here.

    I am linking up today with Jessica over at The Mom Creative. Be sure to check it out here as her community is extremely talented.

    What is project life? It was designed by Becky Higgins. Go here for my 2011 Review detailed post.

    Supplies: Project Life Core Kit – Clementine Edition, Photo Pocket Pages – Big Variety Pack 1 (60 Pages), Advantus Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher, Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II Inkjet Photo Printer (3295B002), Marvy Square Craft Punch, and a Sharpie Ultra Fine Point Permanent Marker.

    Blessings sweet friends – Jenny

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    13 Comments

    Comments

    stephanie

    Love, love, love the Design E insert. I have four as well and am stealing that idea. : ) Beautiful pictures and pages – thank you for sharing your family and book.

    8 May 2012 at 4:20 am Reply
      Jenny
      Jenny

      Steal away. It’s all good as long as we all tell our stories!

      8 May 2012 at 10:12 am Reply
    Miriam Prantner

    Love the idea of writing letters to your kids and all the journaling/writing in this layout. There’s so much information and so much of you when you do that.

    8 May 2012 at 4:53 am Reply
    cathy stolze

    I wish I was your neighbor and could work on P.L. with you. The gratitude and appreciation you have for life sparkles on each page. Thanks for sharing.

    8 May 2012 at 6:48 am Reply
    JillT

    BEAUTIFUL letters to your children!

    8 May 2012 at 7:23 am Reply
      Jenny
      Jenny

      One of my favorite things that I’ve done as a mom is to write letters to my kids. I’ve grown as a person and as a mom from them as well.

      8 May 2012 at 10:13 am Reply
    Bev W.

    Love, Love, Love the letters to your kids! Great idea!

    8 May 2012 at 7:23 am Reply
    Jules

    Wow. You have been super busy. Like that’s new for you, huh?! Fab pages. Like everyone else who’s commented I love the way you used that Design E to include your letters to your children. I also lingered over the Nutella Cupcakes photo….

    8 May 2012 at 7:44 am Reply
    Jen Kinkade

    I spy a few familiar things in your post this week! ;) I love getting this peek into your life and reading about how full and loved your life is!! xo

    8 May 2012 at 9:21 am Reply
      Jenny
      Jenny

      You have such a kind, giving heart. I’m so thankful for you.

      8 May 2012 at 10:11 am Reply
    J3SS1C4

    I love what you’ve done with the design E page protector and the letters to your kids!! They’re the page protectors that I’ve had the most trouble thinking of uses for, and I think this is an awesome way to use it! I don’t have kids, but I can see myself writing a letter to my partner and putting it in one or 2 of the slots with some 6×6 photos.

    8 May 2012 at 8:09 pm Reply
      Jenny
      Jenny

      You could even cut the Design E in half if you wanted. I was thinking of doing that for another project.
      You could also see if your partner would write a letter to you back if it’s not considered too corny. My husband has let go of that but it took a couple of years.

      9 May 2012 at 9:26 am Reply
        J3SS1C4

        I love the idea of getting my partner to write a message back… He’ll usual do something like that if I ask, but he’ll be cheeky about it. I might talk him in to it for our anniversary coming up in July!

        9 May 2012 at 4:50 pm Reply

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