Hello little friends. I've been meaning to get a blog post up all day long but instead I've been sitting with Jordan as we designed a quilt together. The kid is such a tomboy and loves the outdoors so naturally she wants a camo quilt. Not my first choice for her room but I caved. We picked out some pretty cool fabrics online and she's patiently waiting for me to figure the yardage so we can place an order. She didn't spend hardly any money while on vacation so she's putting it towards this quilt. Love her sense of adventure and "let's do this!" attitude.
I'd also like to give a big shout out to those of you who comment so regularly. Today I read an exciting comment from Debbie about how she's excited to start working with her first Gossamer Blue kit. I clicked over to her blog and her fun life and family is definitely deserving of a Project Life album. Go Debbie....and thanks for sharing with me!!
So here goes Week 26 of my Project Life. This week's sketch includes the good, the bad and the ugly. I like to keep my real life photos in my albums so this week it's all about going to the movies, yummy Summer fruit, a storm that tore through and ripped apart my dad's barn and a photo of Josey's foot that is healing but turning green from bruising. For some collected items I have some movie ticket stubs and a produce sticker from a watermelon.
I decided to use journaling cards that I made using the July Gossamber Blue Fancy Pants items. You can see all of my handmade inserts at this post. Here's my 2 page spread; no inserts this week.
The left side....
That was a pretty easy week to finish up. I'm about four weeks behind now and I'm so looking forward to being current for one main reason. I really like to journal the stories that go along with the photos and when I am current on my weeks, it all just comes together so much more quickly. I'm hoping to finish up at least one more week over the weekend and hopefully be caught up by the time the girls start school. I have lots of vacation photos so I'll need to be thinking about how to handle those too.
How about you, I'd love to hear where you're at right now with your Project Life. Did you get your first Gossamer Blue Life Pages kit? Do you have kids heading back to school? If so are you planning some time to work more on your albums? Or does that just make it even busier for you?