Welcome to Week Thirty-Four! Each week I share my most recent Project Life spread, it’s truly become one of my favorite things about this website. I am a bit behind, which I suppose happens when you travel for two and a half weeks at the end of the summer! I actually have Week Thirty-Five completed as well, but just realized I designed it in a kit that hasn’t yet been made available digitally. (Sunshine!) Guess I will have to wait to share!
If you have stopped by my blog before, welcome back! If you are new you can learn more about how to get started with digital project life by checking out some of my past posts. My most popular digital memory-keeping posts have been Project Life Tips (written after my first six months of scrapbooking) and Digital Project Life Tips which is filled with links to some great tutorials online that are free AND will have you up and going in no time digitally. All of my digital project life pages are here on my blog, or for an even easier way to view them follow me on Pinterest. One thing you will notice that is different about my layouts is that I use a double-mat effect for all of my pages. If you are interested in learning how to resize your Becky Higgins templates to create this look, and would like a free download of my template, check out this post. Now onto this newest week complete!
What we were up to this week: My fortieth birthday was on the 19th, which started off the week. To celebrate we rented a home on Lake Superior in northern Minnesota where we stayed until Wednesday. When we got back we went to the state fair. Two big events this week that pretty much monopolized all of the photo slots! (Lots of inserts for this week, too.) Any spare moment the rest of the week was spent packing for our NY trip.
Techniques used this week: Nothing new.
DSLR Photos Vs Iphone Photos: 4:7
Favorite Photo of the Week: The one of the two girls walking towards the Little Hands on the Farm exhibit at the fair. So cute!!!
Other thoughts: This week was really fun to put together. I love the kit, and I love the state love cards! (They are from wildblueberryink.com, but I am not sure if they are discontinued? I can’t seem to find them on her website.)
Supplies used this week: Listed in the icons below. For those of you wondering about the paper, all I did for the background is just sample a color off of a journaling card to match. (I probably could have found something in my stash that would have worked, but I was too lazy to hunt!) The inner mat is from Jessica Sprague’s Digital Project Life class.