Happy Thursday everyone! I have no idea why I can’t seem to get my pages posted in time lately…I am going to blame it on lack of sleep. Anyone want an 18 month old who likes to wake up for 2,3, sometimes even 4 hours in the middle of the night?! I am so wiped out–and perplexed. What is going on with little Marie that she would be torturing us so???
But enough about that. Onto week twenty-three. But before I share my pages, I wanted to share a blog post I discovered this morning that seriously has a lot of great information in one spot. If your looking for Project Life Inspiration of all kinds, it’s definitely worth checking out.
What we were up to this week: Getting our summer groove on. The weather is finally starting to warm up and we are visiting the yogurt shop, going for bike rides, playing at the park. All of our summer go-to activities. Now if we could just make some smores I would be a happy camper:)
Techniques used this week: Brushes and my trusty ghosted journaling box.
DSLR Photos Vs Iphone Photos: 5:3.
Favorite Photo of the Week: It has to be the black and white of Marie eating the donut. We walked down to the bakery on Saturday morning, and since it was early and she seemed in a good mood I brought the big camera with me. I love how little she looks next to the big window. Walking to the bakery is something we do often, and I hope it’s a childhood memory the girls look back on warmly.
Other thoughts: I truly am in a rut. I really feel the need to do something more creative…but until I get a weekend (or heck even a day!) to myself it’s just not going to happen. 18 month olds are too active!!!
Supplies used this week: I can’t get the linky tool to work, so I will list it out. I used the Rain Edition of Project Life, brushes by Ali (all of which I have used before and will be in an old link up, the subway style word art is from Karen Lewis, and word arrows from the-lilypad.com.) I have used these brushes before too–quite often actually. They are one of my favorite elements. As always if you have a question, feel free to email me or leave a comment.