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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Project Life ~ 2013 Week Four

Last week I managed to get three more paper spreads done for 2012 and one digital spread done for 2013.  I have yet to photograph any of my 2012 book, but I will eventually.  In the meantime, I'm excited about almost being caught up with 2013.  I really like doing Project Life digitally.

{2013 - Week Four - left side}

{right side}


Yeah, this week was mostly about Alex.  I need to do a better job of photographing Keira and Nick!  And Doug and myself!  Alex is just usually my most-willing subject.  :)  And he was home a couple days.

If you are interested you can view:
Week One
Weeks Two and Three (combined)

Once again I used the Seafoam edition for the title card.  Two journaling cards are also from Seafoam; the other two are from the Jessica Sprague class I took recently.  She gave us some goodies for taking the class.  The twine embellishment on the title card is from an old Scrapper's Guide kit I had.  (I will probably be using lots of stuff from them since that is what I have right now).  And the 4x6 alphabet card on the right page is a freebie from Becky Higgins.  (If you don't already have these, click on the link and scroll down until you get to the Project Life section and download them).  Oh, and the background paper is also from Scrapper's Guide.

Thanks for stopping by!  I look forward to seeing what pages you created this week!

Oh, and before you go, pleeeeeeeeeaaaaaaassssse, I beg you ... if you have word verification on your blog, turn it off.  You can always set up your comments to not allow anonymous comments in order to avoid spam (like my blog).  Or you can set it up to approve comments before they are posted.  If you need help doing either of these things, I'd be glad to show you how.  It makes leaving comments on your beautiful pages soooo much easier!  And I will be forever grateful.  :)  Thanks!

Linking with The Mom Creative for Project Life Tuesday.


Tamar SB said...

Love the alphabet card - so fun! The colors compliment your pics so well too!

And amen to no word verification!

Margie S (Nihao, Cupcake! xnomads.typepad.com) said...

Some great photos this week. So much beautiful snow. I also love no word verification. If I end up with a comment I don't appreciate (always spam), I just delete or unpublish. It doesn't happen often but could be because I am not using blogger??

packmom said...

I like that alphabet card. I'll have to go grab that. The colors on your page are perfect for your pictures. I find I tend to take more shots of my younger son mostly because he's around more but do try to even it out. The eldest is the hardest--he's hardly ever home these days. Great week!

eversoscrumptiously said...

Lovely wintery colors this week. I think you pulled the colors together beautifully, from the tan of your dog to the brightness of the inner tube and painting, captured in the alphabet card. Simple but all fitting together perfectly!

Hear, hear on the captcha plea. It can be so frustrating to have to go through several rounds of Fort-Knox-like security just to post a nice comment on someone's page! Does Blogger have a terrible spam filter or something? Wordpress filters out most spam comments so I don't even need to think about it. That's the only reason I can think of that people would have such horrible, multilayered systems of verification on their blogs.

Michaela said...

what a sweetheart, the doggie!

:) said...

I agree with everyone else that alphabet card was really cool. I also like the snow throwing what an awesome photo.

Amarie said...

Love this layout! I had originally thought about doing the digital version, but I had an eerie feeling that, like evrything else I try, it would remain digital, and never get printed lol. I'll be coming back for more inspiration. :)