Anyway, here is the full spread and the close up of the left side.
A left over Peep from the banner I made for the title page. I sprayed it with Studio Calico Shine spray but it's hard to see in this photo.
Here is the slot for Sunday and the flip up.
I used these pockets for the flip up after seeing Mary Ann Perry use them in her Project Life album. I had to trim the adhesive part to fit the way I wanted it too. The slot on the flip up is larger than 6 x 4 so there will always be some overhang that you can't avoid. By trimming down the adhesive strip I was able to line it up the way I wanted so that it wouldn't be off center and the cards would match up.
I made two 6 x 4 collages of the extra photos I wanted to included and left a slot of each template empty so I could add some journaling. A great way to add a lot of additional photos.
These two slots were of some project life prep I did earlier last week.
One of the photo a day prompts was a photo of a younger you and I found this one. I love it so it went in this week. I still have the dress I'm wearing, a crocheted jumper I believe my mom made. I need to dig it out so Simone can wear it.
The other slot is that super yummy recipe I shared last Friday. I was worthy or a mention this week it was that good. The card was a freebie I found on you guessed it, Pinterest.
Did you hear Facebook bought my beloved Instagram for $1 Billion. It appeared on my facebook wall so I had to comment and thankfully snapped a screen shot.
As you will see throughout this week, I'm now addicted to the Studio Calico wood veneer's.
A cute shot from Space Week at school.
Here is the right side.
Some photos of a wall at the Secretary of State's office in Sacramento. I decorated the page with Washi tape and a Smash calendar Washi lable.
We had some crazy weather this past week so I added a photo and some weather app screen captures.
Some texts from Larry while he was caught in the downpours and a photo of the cute Coke cans, love this little heart graphic. The banner card is from the Note to Self paper sheet. I used my craft knife to cut out the banners so I could slip the photo under them.
A cute photo about my girl taking my pens and more veneers. The right is a photo from Saturday on my way to Berkeley.
I used the bottom two slots to show photos from the classes at Scrapbook Territory on Saturday. I added more veneer and loved the way this came out.
Here's a look at the two bottom slots together. I'm glad I opted not to use an insert, I like that it's not partially covered up.
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