Friday, February 15, 2013

Project Life 2013 - Week 6

Hello Project Life Week 6!

 I'm a bit late with posting this spread here on the blog...the photos have been on my camera since Monday!I'm afraid it's been one of those weeks around here, and without going into details, I am very glad it's almost over (although I probably won't be so pleased when I go to put Week 7's pages together without photos...eek!)

My colour scheme this week was totally dictated by that red and pink February calendar card, right there in the middle :)

I went to use it last week, and realised that the week had both January AND February dates in it, so the card just didn't I popped it straight into a page protector for Week 6. This week was all about back to school, and getting into after school activities, with a big chunk of everyday life thrown in ;)

 Bits and pieces from my Olive kit, Mayfield mini kit, and Snap Life are all mixed in together, with random stickers and embellishments...I love mixing it up!

Another week documented ;)

Thanks for popping in to visit!
TTFN xxx


Cubby House Crafts said...

Oh I do love your pretty! I am a bit late posting my week 6, I did manage to do more photos online last night ready to collect today. I never thought playing with paper could be so much fun! Lol

Noela said...

Lovely memories to keep. Your layout is beautiful. Hugs....

dawn said...

So happy to see this weeks pages! Loving the pinks/reds too, so pretty!

Glad to see everyone got off to school. Uh, yes teenage or pre teen boys are so frustrating at times about clothes. My son would wear the same clothes everyday if he could. ha!
I like the collages and that YOU are in here too. Sorry about the nightly phone calls to hubby, hope it gets better.
Great job getting in all the stories this week.

Pop over to see my week 6 too, I have hearts and red going on too.
Good luck in week photo-less 7.

Hope said...

Lovely spread! Great having the calendar card sorted to decide the colour scheme this week.

Hope week 7 goes well without photos. Must be plenty of ways to 'cheat', right?