Friday, November 23, 2012

Project Life Week 46

Hi everyone.

Today I've got some Project Life scrapbooking.  This is week 46, which was last week.  The challenge this month over at Lisa Truesdell's Captured workshop at 2Peas is to use some of the newer Project Life products that have come out recently.  I happen to have a  few of the ones she mentioned so I decided to de-hoard them for this week's pages.

First up, Studio Calico Darling Dear cards.  I just got these!  The thought bubble stamp is from Technique Tuesday's Chit Chat set which is part of the retirement sale, in its last week, and 60% off (coupon code just hope).  The calendar card is from Elle's Studio.  I will definitely be buying Elle's calendar cards for 2013, I use them all the time.

I also used journaling cards from Pebbles Seen and Noted, Studio Calico's Yearbook cards, and patterned papers from Lawn Fawn's Dewey Decimal and Amy Tan's Ready Set Go.  I also used a whole bunch of washi and alphabet stickers from my stash.

Here is the right side

This top left card contains an update on my Aunt Patty's house which my cousin posted on Facebook.  Aunt Patty lives on Long Beach Island, which is one of the NJ barrier islands that was badly damaged from hurricane Sandy

then for the rest of the cards I have a bunch of different things - Target, green smoothies made in the Vitamix, going to moonbounce

I really like the Darling Dear cards, especially this one with the camera

and thats about it.

I did zero Black Friday shopping but we will be going in to town tomorrow for lunch and some Small Business Saturday shopping.

I started making some Project Life cards up for December which I will post tomorrow.  I decided I'm not doing December Daily this year.  Since I'm doing Project Life I think that I'd be repeating a lot of the pictures if I did both.  So, just keeping it simple and trying to stay caught up :)


Annette said...

aww Project life is always looking so it

Alice Wertz said...

i love those thought bubbles in these pages. they are so fun. really like how you mix products in your album, too. thanks for sharing!