Well, it’s only taken me 20 years (translation: a month) to get this together, but alas, I have finished yet another week of Project Life! This week was all about packing up and shipping out of Utah.

It’s very surprising to me how out of synch I am with PL since moving back to California. I had assumed it would be so much easier! I’m also dealing with a mental block regarding address changes on some of my magazine subscriptions. Notice I said “some.” I’ve already changed the addresses on three of them (Whole Living, Country Living and Martha Stewart Living…I’m noticing a pattern), but as for the rest of them? They are probably sitting on the new tenant’s coffee table. You’re welcome, new tenant.

One of these days I will get everything all squared away, but until then…here’s what a month ago looked like:

The usual suspects are back in action: Washi tape, typewritten journaling, Studio Calico wood veneers, and plenty of my favorite colors. Always a good time.

I gave my Orem address stamp one last hurrah.

I really love including 8.5×11″ pages in my Project Life. It’s the only traditional-format scrapbooking (if you can call it that) that I do for myself these days, so I love to make them when the mood strikes. The paper is actually a file folder from Paper Source that I cut in half.

Let’s just say I am so happy to finally be on the other side of that move. Packing, carrying heavy loads down three flights of stairs, driving several hundred miles through the desert…no thanks. But it did make for a fun adventure and a colorful new spread in my album.

*Right after I finished this spread, I decided to get started on the next one. It might be my favorite one yet. Can’t wait to show you! (;

2 Responses to “project life: the big move out west!”

  1. patsy custodio

    love the colors in this spread! i just found your blog this weekend and i’m so happy i did- you’re work is so fun and inspiring!


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