Project Life - June
Lately, I've been wanting to work on my Project Life album and nothing else.
I find I really enjoy the process of putting a Project life spread together. I like the gathering of supplies, the laying out of photos and product and then the final touches like stamping and embellishing. It's such a great stress-reliever!
In the month of June, I took a lot of photos but found that a lot of the stories I wanted to tell were very personal. I didn't necessarily feel comfortable sharing these stories online. So I decided to put together a quick overview for June. I'm going back and scrapbooking a lot of these individual stories more in-depth and will include the projects in my album as inserts for June.
Here's a closer look at the left side...
A beautiful evening spent at the beach, jamming in the car, backyard play and sidewalk chalk pictures.
I used a lot of bits from the June ABM Messy Box and AE Go Story Kit. Those two tab stamps are from Studio Calico sets. That "It's My Jam" stamp bordering the photo in the top right corner, is an older Kelly Purkey wood-handled stamp. It's my favorite. It's definitely my jam. ;)
On the right...
A stack of traveler's notebook covers, a little birthday boy, goofy selfies and a lunch date.
I cut up a few Studio Calico cards to use for this page. That gold letterpress camera card is from this calendar set. I simply cut the image down to the 3x3 size. Actually, I've already cut down each of the images from that calendar set to 3x4 so I have a bunch of gold foil letterpress filler cards waiting to be used in future spreads. LOVE.
More from the ABM Messy Box here + a few Kelly Purkey stamps.
I really like the look of the mixed page protector styles in a single spread. I think it makes for a really interesting layout with lots of movement.
So, that's it!
I'll be back over the course of the next several days with a bunch of new projects. Lots to share!!
I'd love to hear what you're working on right now. You know us crafters, always an unfinished project somewhere...
'Til next time!!