Friday, August 29, 2014

Project Life, 2014: Week 8

Well, I just keep cranking these pages out, don't I?  I keep dangling the possibility of dabbling with some real paper and ink but I just keep on putting these digital pages up, don't I?  Sorry...but when you're on a're on a roll! :) 

So I completed Week 8 last night which covers a week in February.  You will see another sunset shot.  I probably took 1000 sunset pictures at the beach. I am truly obsessed with trying to catch the perfect sunset.  They are all so gorgeous and awe inspiring.  Not my pictures...but the actual sunsets.

I decided to use something different for the week card this week instead of doing the landscape card that I am so fond of.  This made for a bit more work but I am happy with the result.  I used a template from Katie Pertiet and a photo of the kids on the beach.  Just a bit different but it worked.  I used the February Traci Reed kit and templates, too, from Tracy Larsen and the Lily Pad and Lori Whitlock. 
Really, I don't recall all I used.  I probably should keep a list. LOL!  Maybe on Week 9. 

Here is the two page spread:
And here is a closer up version of the left:
Now that I look at it I realize it all looks so simple but this took me hours! LOL!

Here is the right:
Happy Children...happy Omie....pretty sunsets...happy Omie....

On to Week 9....and Week 33...and all in between!


  1. Like all the photos. My favs are of Taylor's bee-utiful hair, the 3 of them sitting on the oversized wooden lawn chair & especially like the one of Taylor eating spaghetti since it reminds me of when I was younger and the photos I have of me eating spaghetti.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  2. Nothing is ever simple with pages! You know that :-) I'm sitting here trying to finish up some journaling in my 2014 album as well-onto February so I'm right along with you. Thankfully I have all the pictures in the album through May so I just need to back track with the journaling and embellishments. Love your pages and so glad you are cranking out the digital pages...whatever works best for you. I do love Taylor's hair, so pretty!


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