project life : week 3.

I didn’t post last week because I didn’t have any pages to share! I fell a little behind because once again I was under the weather. Not quite sick, like when you get the flu, but certainly “off.” Oh, well… it’s over now! 🙂

Here are my pages from Week 3:

Don’t ya just love my awesome kitchen floor? LOL!

Still experimenting with places to take snapshots of this monster album. I do think I found a solution for the individual pages, though.

Side 1:

Side 2:

This side was fun! Katie and I had gone out to run errands and I thought “Hey! I do have a camera in my phone! Let’s use it!” So we started taking lots of pictures. It was ADDICTING! So I turned them into 3″ x 4″ cards in Photoshop:

Already working on Week 4, but only halfway done today. I’m tackling my first “D” page. I have been using “A” page protectors up until now. I’m trying on a “D” to see what I can do with it, now that I have three weeks under my belt. So far, so good!

The more weeks I finish, the more I adore this album. It feels so good to be scrapping so fast and recording all these “right now” moments…

6 Responses to “project life : week 3.”

  1. May Says:

    Love your pages!!!!
    I love the patterned papers you’ve used on your pages.
    Are they printed out?

  2. Kate Says:

    It looks amazing Nicole! It’s going to be so wonderful to hold onto when you’re finished.

  3. Valorie Brown Says:

    These are stunning Nicole!! I am so envious of the stitching. I love it!!

  4. Dani Alencar Says:

    I love all the photos featuring the family and your everyday life… Amazing!

  5. WhamBamPam Says:

    Hi Nicole,

    I just came across your PL from Pintrest, WOW fabulous! I was wondering how you do your typing on your journaling cards?
    I tried the template in Photoshop & glueing the journaling card to the template guide paper but then the backside of the card is sticky.
    I’m just wondering how you do yours, if you don’t mind sharing.


  6. nicole Says:

    I tape my card to a sheet of paper and I run it through the printer. Very easy, as long as the tape is not too sticky when I use it. 🙂