It’s time for another Saturday Share! 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.
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!
Have y’all had a chance to test out the brand spankin’ new Themed Kits from Becky Higgins? They are much smaller than even the mini kits and are made to fit specific niches. I was lucky enough to get to test out the Football Themed Pack and both Luke and I are in love!
Though the colors of the Football cards aren’t exactly made to match Luke’s team (the Bears!), the style is a perfect match and that makes it work.
My personal fave card? The super cute playbook card! How adorable are the sweet little x’s and o’s?!?
Now, we know that I have a little bit of an obsession with blowing up pictures and chopping them up to fit the pocket pages, but I just couldn’t help it on this spread. Once I saw this picture, taken with my phone no less, I knew it had to become the focal point.
If you’re curious on how I trim them to fit, THIS POST explains my process.
One part of my memory keeping that I’ve been struggling with is including photos that aren’t exactly perfect, even though they tell a crucial part of the story. The two smaller pictures in the center of this spread are blurry, but I knew they just had to be on the page. Luke made a big play in one of his games and proceeded to run out of his shoe in the process. There was no way that I could leave them out, so I chose to do a little journaling to explain the photos and leave it at that.
So what do you think? Luke loves looking at his special pages so I consider it a smashing success.
It’s time for you to show us what you’ve been working on!