Back today with Week 19 of my Project Life. Today I'll be sharing a fun 6 x8 insert + focusing on my new Notebook Paper Labels.
Here's my 2 page spread. Still in school but wrapping up the activities for track, awards nights, Mother's Day and Jordan's graduation. I've got a few inserts to add but those will have to wait til later.
Notebook Paper Label. These are in addition to my Grid Paper Labels that I have in the shop. What I love about these labels is that I can add the journaling right to my photo without having to add in a coordinating 3 x 4 card. This has allowed for lots more photos to be added to my album. I also added my weekly date to a little hand cut flag made from white woodgrain cardstock.
White Garment Tags when I have photos that relate to size, style, price, etc. I typed on the tag by first adhering it to a large piece of typing paper and then running it through my typewriter. I then added a date stamp.
Kelly Purkey use this on one of her Project Life inserts and thought it was so clever. I added more typed labels, letter stickers and Washi tape to the 4 x 6 photo insert. I love the title of *storage wars* for this photo because I took a lot of slack about my new/old lockers. Everyone around here thought they were ugly and asked when I was going to paint them. But my design friends all assured me that they were just right. Thanks girls. :)
Small Parcel Tag with stamping and Washi tape and adhered it to a Project Life journaling card. On the right I used the bottom portion of a 1 2 x 12 piece of patterned paper...the strip that has the company information. I thought the Take Note name was fun to use. I stamped over it with various Studio Calico stamps.
And that's it for this week. Thanks for stopping by.
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A night at the old school auction + what I brought home with me.
More Summer Cottage pages from my mini album.