Digital Project Life 2013 : Week Two


Week two was really fun to put together. I mainly used Pebble’s Seen and Noted collection, easily my new favorite digital kit. The colors, the elements, the everything–I loved it all! Here is a look at the whole spread:

The left side:

The right side:

Lots of normalcy this week–I didn’t end up with a lot of photos in the end so there are no inserts to contend with. I used the week in review card again, I am going to try and have one of those every week if I am able. I found that my favorite layouts last year were ones that included it. I am still working on the digital elements recoloring video, it was all uploaded to Vimeo–but is blurry for some reason. Hopefully I can get it figured out so I can post it tomorrow. I know many of you are anxious to view it!


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  • sharon71 - Absolutely gorgeous Heather! Your photography and layout is just beautiful. I can’t believe how much your little one has grown, it goes too fast doesn’t it?

    I am going back to read through all of your posts 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Kelsey McEvoy - I think we may be in competition for the happiest baby alive 😉

    My youngest is a boy and let me tell you — SO much easier and relaxed and carefree and happier than my girls were as babies! He has the biggest smile that takes up half his face…and it’s ALWAYS turned on. In fact, I even journaled about it in my PL spread for this week just like you did!

    I LOVE the arrows 3×4 card, the vibrant colors (so full of life and happiness!), and the 6-photo sequence of your little one’s adventurous tumble off that chair 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Debbie - Hi Heather! I’m loving the inspiration you have to share with us Project Lifers! Your layouts and photos are just gorgeous. I’m working with Seafoam this year and struggling a bit so I’m encouraged when I see how other people are using it and making it work. Okay, so off topic… I have to say it – Have you ever had someone say your oldest looks like a young Hermione? Just adorable, both of them. 🙂ReplyCancel

    • admin - I had to look up who Hermoine was! I have never had anyone tell me that…but when I saw who you were talking about I can definitely see what you are talking about. I struggled with Seafoam last week (the kit I used for week two is much more “me”) but after awhile I got it to work. If you get stuck just scroll through pinterest. I always find something on there to inspire me and get me going!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Johnson - I ♥ ♥ ♥ your layout this week.
    The kit you used is adorable!
    I love looking at your Project Life pages.
    Thanks for sharing your talent!ReplyCancel

  • Sandy - Always so amazing! Love this kit and your babies are adorable and just so happy! Can’t help but make me smile. Your pictures are so nice, and I Love looking at your pages. Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • sheena - Love your week….I will for sure keep checking out your pages for inspiration! I love the kit you added on too..I bought it too and it gives my Seafoam pages a little more color! Yipee! Keep up the good work!ReplyCancel

  • Margie S (Nihao, Cupcake!) - I love your photos – so clean & crisp. I have a son who is obsessed with Clementines as well. He doesn’t chant the tagline, but he does eat 3-4-5 in one sitting. I love them too, my favorite fruit because they are so easy to eat and delicious! Now I need to make sure I get that in my album – thanks for the inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Cerise - What a GORGEOUS kit! I love the bright colors and how the black and white photos just pop.
    I can’t imagine not being able to bake or use the stove. Our oven broke down a couple years ago and I went just about nuts without it. Thankfully it was separate from the stove, so I at least had that!ReplyCancel

  • libbywilko - Marie is looking so grown up in that high chair smiling picture, so pretty! Another great week Heather ! Thanks for sharing it with us !ReplyCancel

  • sue - I am totally WOWED by this layout. Everything about it is gorgeous – your photos, the kit you used – everything!

    I love how you used bright background paper and made the template smaller – so awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Sara - What a fun, colorful layout! Adorable! And your photos are simply stunning! I love looking through digital PL layouts. Great job!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Macpherson - I just love the 3×4 cards on the first page. I recognise the ‘Remember This’ from my Seafoma kit, but I don’t see the others in the Pebbles kit – did you create these from scratch?
    If so, perhaps you could show us an example of this when you do your workflow video – I’m still at the stage of only being able to use the ready-made cards.ReplyCancel

  • sbee - Love your layouts but most of all I really love how you manage to get yourself in all those layouts. I think that is the biggest challenge of all…even more than keeping up to date. 🙂ReplyCancel

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