Project Life: The End and The Beginning

So I’m finally caught up on my Project Life spreads, but I’m behind in blogging them. Heads Up: I plan to post several spreads over the next few days to make up for the many Sundays I haven’t shared. Tonight, I’m finally posting my end page for the first album of 2013, and the title page of the second album. ProjectLife2013Album1EndPage

I’m not 100% pleased with the end page of the first album, but for now it’s complete; and complete trumps perfect. I feel like it’s too empty – but I’m not sure if I want to add photos or embellishments or journaling to it, and really trying to figure that out is a bit overwhelming at the moment. So, if I had to bet, I’d say that this is how it’s likely to stay. ProjectLife2013Album2TitlePageam very pleased with the cover page of the second album, though. I love using the two calendar cards to denote the months covered and there’s just enough “stuff” for it to feel complete. Also, I love how the Midnight Core Kit plays so nicely with the Seafoam edition. I’m really looking forward to blending multiple kits in this second album.

Supplies Used: All photos taken with iPhone 4s & printed at Walgreens and Walmart; Seafoam Core Kit,Monthly DividersLarge Paper Binder; Digital Seafoam Papers printed at Office Max; Midnight Core Kit;  “&” card and star wooden button from Studio Calico; “&” flair from Walmart Clearance; Butterfly and Flower 3D stickers by K&Company; all flair from aflairforbuttonsDesign A Page ProtectorsDesign J Page Protector; 3×4 Grid Journaling CardsFiskars Corner RounderZig Millenium Pen; staz-on ink; Stampabilities ink; &American Crafts slick writer.

*** I take & process 100% of my photos using just my phone; and most of the time, I print straight from my phone to Walgreens via the Printicular app.

Linked up with the Mom Creative for Project Life Tuesday.


One thought on “Project Life: The End and The Beginning

  1. Fiona says:

    I always find those cover and end pages so challenging. I usually end up filling mine with my kids artwork. I like how your cover page for album 2 turned out. Very cohesive


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