Happy Sunday! I hope everyone is having a relaxing day. I’m hoping to get started on packing for the big move. Actually “hoping” is the incorrect term. More like, “wishing someone else would do it for me so I can spend the entire day on Pinterest.” Ha!

But anyways, here is my Project Life Week Eight! I was lucky enough to work with Elle’s Studio on a fun little project, so you can see more images from this week along with a mini tutorial over here. Thanks again, Elle!

Red, pink, yellow, teal. Can’t work without them.

The paper I used for the date is actually a USPS envelope that my holiday postage stamps came in. It has such a cool texture plus some awesome type, so I knew I had to find a use for it.

Here’s a mini layout I created for Elle’s Studio that I decided to incorporate into my PL. All I did was punch two holes and pop it in the album. Thanks to the ridiculous amount of staples I used, no page protector necessary. Ha!

“Love” and “Play” cards are from Jamaica’s shop. I was waiting for the right week to use them and with John coming back home and me having an amazing mail day, I think I found it (:

On the backside of the mini layout, I stapled a sheet of Dear Lizzy polka dot vellum.

Trying to use up my scraps and supplies so I won’t have to lug it all back to California. But who am I kidding, wherever I go, my paper follows. There’s just no separating the two of us (;



7 Responses to “project life: week eight”

  1. Sierra

    Your Project Life is so amazing and so beautiful and it all complements each other nicely! And using the vellum over that scrapbook page, then putting things on top of it is genius….I want to do a LO like that now! 🙂 Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  2. Geralyn

    As always, I love your Project Life post 🙂 I so want that Rifle Paper&Co notepad…the florals are so cute!

      • Geralyn

        Yes I am, my own version of it at least 🙂 Haven’t done a blog post yet but I’ve posted bit and pieces about it on my twitter.

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