30 May 2012

Project Life Week 15, 16, and 17 Flashback

Week 15 was an emotional week filled with a lot of ups and downs.  Some of the spaces are blurred out for  this reason :)
I wanted to try breaking a large photo up into sections to create the BIG photo look here.  I used a tutorial from Elise that made it sooo easy.
I will let the photos tell the rest :)

Week 16 included my first week back to school since my maternity leave started, a major hair cut, a baby shower for Amelia and I thrown by my co-workers, a few DIY projects and a lot of reading.
I received the sweetest card from a co-worker that was special and needed to be kept so I slipped it into one of the pockets.
I did blur out one little pocket because of some personal writing there :)

Next up is week 17.  Week 17 was another great week.  I decided I wanted to try my hand at cross-stitch and made a little heart that I placed in one of the pockets.  I attended a baby shower for my sister and Jack and we got our CD's with the photos from our two photo shoots!!

The first insert is Amelia's Birth Announcement and one of the envelops that I decorated to send them in.

The back of that insert is just the backs of the announcement and the envelope :)

The second insert is of photos from Amelia's birth night that Jodie took!!
We had just gotten the CD's with all 100 photos from the night.  I did a quick front and back spread of some of the highlights from the night :)

Since I had to start a new album for the next few months of my Project Life (Vol. 2), I was stuck with an end page in Vol. 1.  After I saw this page,  I knew that it was EXACTLY what I wanted to do with my end page. (BTW- Her blog is amazing and her Project Life pages are really inspiring so you should totally check her out :D)
So, here is the end page of my Vol. 1 album for Project Life:

I think I am pretty much caught up with all of my flashback posts.  We are currently in week 22 of this project and its most definitely the best project, like this, that I have ever participated in.
Adam even told me that my Project Life albums were a treasure :)


Would you like to know more about Project Life? You can read all about it here. You can also check out more of my Project Life pages right here!


  1. Great pages! I love the facts at the end of your book...I will totally keep that in mind when I finish mine!

  2. LOVE your handwriting, and this book is something that you're daughter will be able to keep forever someday (and you, too!). after seeing all of your AMAZING journal pages, i am packing up a little bag of water, my journal, and a pen, and i'm heading up to the roof.


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