Monday, March 5, 2012

Layout catch up

It's so hard for me to sit inside at my desk when its nice out so I tend to catch up on creating my scrapbook layouts when the weather turns cold.  I've managed to do 18 layouts for the family album in the past month or so that's pretty good.  I have a bunch more to do for us and then need to catch up on Simone's book so I really need to get to it.  One thing I've noticed this winter is that because I'm having so much fun with my Project Life pages, the focus has definitely shifted.  I really don't want to fall too far behind so look for some more layouts soon.  I plan on getting more done in the very near future.

Here are some of my favorites from the latest batch.  Feel free to click to see them all larger and if you want to read the journaling.

I loved our trip to the snow last year and I love how this one turned out.  The day was so beautiful and the sky was so blue so I chose a blue background and accented with the pink to match Simone's snow suit.



Daffodil Hill was amazing, I believe I did a blog post about it last year too.  Try to see this if you can.



Here's a page for my first blog post, almost one year ago.  Time sure flies.


I had fun documenting the Royal Wedding. 


I ended up needed two double page spreads to document our new backyard project.  I managed to get the whole process down and love how it turned out.



My niece got married last year and I had a bridal shower for her.  I made the invitation with a digital kit that I purchased so I used the same kit to do the page for the shower.


Here is the page for her wedding.  Simone was the flower girl.


I loved this template Cathy Zielske made for a Then and Now and used it to show the changes in Simone from her first and last days of school last year.


If you have any questions on products I used, please let me know.  My to do list today is a mile long so I'm off.  Have a great Monday!

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