So, I’m only 10 weeks behind in sharing these spreads…oops. I’m not that far behind in creating them though. I’m actually keeping up on that part. Hopefully I’ll be able to sit down and photograph all those spreads and get them blogged asap. I’m planning on photographing most of them tomorrow and scheduling them to run over the next few days. Anyway, back to week 32:It was a fairly stressful and hectic week – which is actually becoming somewhat of the norm around here. That being said, I tried to focus on the quiet, unstressful things throughout the week. On Saturday, Dad and I had a full plate: getting his hair cut, catching up on some work for me, and getting us both pedicures (more on that in a bit). On the way to get his haircut, I spotted a lunar moth in the parking lot – it was beautiful.
As I was saying, Dad and I both got much-needed pedicures on Saturday. My feet loved me for it, and now I don’t have to trim Dad’s nails – so win, win! Also, I totally love how this card turned out – hello to pretty toes. 🙂
A few other highlights from the week:
- I love funny convos via text
- Yoga saves me from the ever-increasing stress
- Shinobi, as always, adores window watching
Supplies Used: All photos taken with iPhone 4s & printed at Walgreens and Walmart; Seafoam Core Kit,(Monthly Dividers, Large Paper & Binder); Digital Seafoam Papers printed at Office Max; Midnight Core Kit; Amy Tangerine date stamp; “this” stamp from elisejoy; “&” and heart flair from aflairforbuttons; “love, love, love” card, cork washi, “in the moment” card, typewriter card, and stars card from Studio Calico; gold dot washi from Amazon; wooden arrow & wooden “hello” speech-bubble from freckled fawn; Design A Page Protectors; Design J Page Protector; 3×4 Grid Journaling Cards; Fiskars Corner Rounder; Zig 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.