Happy Project Life Saturday! I am so thrilled you’re here and I can’t wait to share more with you. If you’d like to catch up on my previous Project Life for Beginners posts, you can go HERE. If you’re looking for Project Life freebies or inspiration, go HERE.
Who’s ready for another week of the Saturday Share? In case this is your first time visiting, each Saturday myself and six other blogs team up to share Project Life tips, tricks, and inspiration. I’m loving getting a chance to take a peek at what y’all have been working on in your Project Life albums each week. I’ve already found SO much inspiration in these first few weeks!
In case you didn’t know, we’ve started a special Pinterest board just for the awesome spreads and ideas we’re finding in our weekly linky. You can find it and follow it HERE!
Let’s get down to business!
Recently, Phoenix experienced an excessive amount of rain over the course of two days. For a place that averages maybe 8 inches a year, the 2 inches of rain that we racked up over 48 hours was surprising. We made the best of it and let the kids play to their hearts’ content.
For some reason, I felt the need to create the two spreads solely in black and white. The Midnight Core Kit was a great match and an awesome base for the pictures.
Helpful tip: not every picture in your spreads has to have a face. The layout above tells just as much of a story as any other layout, but captures the little details.
I have an obsession with blowing up pictures to take up multiple pockets. Like, it’s no joke.
Just a few Thickers in –wait for it– black and white completed the look.
Now it’s time for YOU to show off your awesomeness!
P.S. In case you haven’t seen it yet, a whole heck of a lot of Project Life on Amazon is on sale right now! One of my fave core kits, the retiring Olive Edition, can make it to your home for just over $16. Such a sweet deal!