Sunday, May 26, 2013

Project Life 2013 - Week 20

Hello Week nice to finally have this week finished (and blogged, no less!)

I've fallen out of my usual PL routine lately, and am desperate to find some kind of normal with it again. I guess I should be grateful that I haven't let it slide totally :)

 This week started off with Mothers Day (excuse my bed hair LOL) and ended with netball, with some school photos, a  new iPhone app,  house rearranging and fly out day in between.

I've used one of the new WeR Memory Keepers Albums Made Easy packs for this layout...seems that most scrapbook manufacturers are hopping on the PL style bandwagon these days!  This particular pack is called Memo, contains 257 double-sided journaling cards and has some very cute vintage images and filler cards....all for $14.95. I thought it was worth a peek :)

An extra insert was added this week to hold my Mothers Day cards and some of the papercrafting that my kids made for me. The pink heart with naplan 2013 on it is an origami creation from Riley, and Merryn made the kite. There was quite a bit more origami, but it was three dimensional :)

So that's Week 20 done and dusted. My album is getting quite full which can only mean one thing...the year is almost half over! Eeeek!
 If that doesn't scare you, nothing will ;)

TTFN xxx

P.S. I've just noticed that this makes FOUR POSTS IN A ROW about Project Life. Wow. I have some fabric projects bubbling along, which will hopefully make it onto the blog very soon....I didn't realise it had been so long since I completed a sewing project!


shez said...

love your album pages you are doing a great job Suzie,i hope you have an awesome week.xx

Hope said...

Aw, Lydia's much too pretty to look like a boy.

This looks great. You do find the best goodies for Project Life.

Anthea said...

I love all the PL posts Suzi, looking forward to seeing some of your sewing too x

dawn said...

WOW, how pretty this week's pages are. I love how each week is different and special. You are doing great staying caught up.

Thanks for the laugh and the scare, lol

Looking forward to seeing any quilt/sewing posts you can share.