Archive for the ‘project life 2012’ Category

fourteen things.

Friday, December 20th, 2013

This time of year always gets me thinking about the future… December is already such a chipper time of year, with all the decorations and pretty lights. But I’ve found that for me, I walk around feeling like there’s magic in the air because a bright and shiny new year is just around the corner. […]

project life : week eleven.

Saturday, February 23rd, 2013

Will you travel back in time with me to 2012? It’s time for a look at Week 11 in my Project Life album. This week was one of those sparse weeks that required a lot of filler cards. As you’ll see below, I actually had a ton of photos… but I needed to do a […]

project life : week nine & ten.

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

Welcome to March of 2012! We’re moving right along now, aren’t we? LOL! Week 9: On this week’s page I made a title card for the month once again. I really like the way this looks in the book! And here is one of the ONLY places in the whole album that I actually used […]

project life : week seven & eight.

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Here are some snapshots of Week 7 and 8 from my 2012 book. Week 7: This week included Valentine’s Day, where my daughter made us breakfast in bed: Here’s a close up of one of the cards for this week. My son had grabbed a piece of notepaper and had drawn this scene from Lego […]

project life : week six.

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

I took some pictures on my phone yesterday and then played with them in an app called snapseed. So far, so good–I think I like it! So, let’s get back on track with looking at Project Life 2012! It took me until December to actually work on my title page. (For 11 months, it looked […]

mobile blogging.

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

So… hello, blog. Here I am! It’s been a while since I’ve made the time for my blog. I love blogging—really, I do! It’s just that pesky life that gets in the way. When you have four kids, you homeschool two/three of them and you work from home as a part-time graphic designer, life is… […]