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Friday, January 15, 2016

Project Life Share + Process Video

Last year, I was so bad about sharing my PL pages... I guess with the start of my YouTube channel, I just shared stuff there and not here. I hope to show you more of my PL pages on the blog this year. It's one of my goals. :) That being said, here's a page from December (still haven't finished last year... only a couple more pages to go though!). 

Before I forget, HERE'S THE LINK to the YouTube process video I made for this spread if you want to check that out. :)

I mixed a bunch of different Studio Calico kits together. I've been getting their monthly Documenter kit and I have so many cute cards and embellishments now! Next month is the last month in my subscription, and I'm almost happy because then I will be able to just go back and use all those cute items that I didn't have time to use when I was getting something new every month. 

I do love kit clubs though. Getting scrappy mail is like the BOMB-dot-com. Just yesterday I signed up for the Simon Says Stamp Card Kit (it has no commitment). I fell in love with their February kit and I miss making cards. So maybe getting new goodies will make me want to create and send more little happy notes. :) I might only do the card kit for a couple months. Just depends on how each month's kit looks. 

ANYWAYS>>> back to this PL spread. I really love mixing products together because I end up with a uniquely "me" page. 

These little icon stickers from me & my BIG ideas are my fave. I seem to put them on everything, which isn't a problem! LOL

Laura and I took some Photo Booth photos at the mall (usually we never do this, so this was fun) and I definitely wanted to include them in my album. I just paper clipped them on the paper and left them hanging out of the page protector. I love how this turned out! 

Thanks for stopping by today! I'm looking forward to a 3-day weekend... hope y'all have a great one! 


1 comment:

craftykellyj said...

Really loved this spread! One of my goals is to include more interactive elements in my spreads.