July Stories

Hi friends! Liam reminded me today that we’re already 3 weeks into the summer break. Can you believe that?! 3 weeks!! We’ve been enjoying our extra few days together each week but it feels like we’ve barely scratched the surface of all the things I’d like to do. The first 3 days started off with a bang…fireworks (still working on that spread), strawberry picking, jam making and a trip to the “lake”. Trust me, the rest of July hasn’t been nearly this eventful, but it has made for a fun start to our summer album.

One of the things we DID manage to accomplish is strawberry picking! It’s one of my favourite traditions and it’s getting easier now that the kids are a bit older. We had our 6 quart basket picked in about 15 minutes. Emily’s an awesome little worker and Liam said “I have an idea! How about if you guys pick them and I’ll eat them?! Okay?” He definitely ate more than he picked ūüėȬ†

Keeping things super simple but still getting our stories told…I added the story to a 3×4 digital journaling card from Ali Edwards’ July Digital Kit. I re-coloured the card to a blue shade to coordinate with the blue from the sky in my photos and added just one little embellishment from the Fun Story Kit. I’ve always loved full page photos. This big close up of our strawberries makes my mouth water!

One of the other things on my summer “to-do” list was to make jam this year. Check!! Liam loved it so much, I’m pretty sure it’s going to be another annual tradition. Loved this little moment together ūüôā I used a digital stamp from the June Digital Kit for the “summer stories” circle on the left (popped up with foam tabs). Love how that page turned out!

I made the “super love this” card with a digital stamp from the July Digital Kit., adding it to a greige 3×4 canvas and printing it out. I acutally picked up the colour from one of the jar lids on the opposite page and used it again to recolour the journaling card on the bottom right. This is a super handy trick for maintaining a cohesive look in your pocket page spreads!¬† The “you and me” rubber charm is from the “Bond” Story Kit.

Gulliver’s Lake is a cool little quarry turned swimming lake not too far from home and we had a great time meeting up there with friends on the holiday Monday. The idea for the “watermelon dress”¬† pic came from @Averageparentproblems on Instagram ūüôā Super fun!

Again, capturing our summer memories with just a few photos and a little story ūüôā The “weekend adventures” is a digital stamp included in the July Digital Kit, as well as the “memories” journaling card and the “Best Times” chipboard circle (which is actually printed onto matte photo paper and popped up with foam dots).

One of the things I like most about this 6×8 format of memory keeping for the summer is that I get our stories told without having to spend a ton of time on it ūüôā Even if my entire album is made only of full page 6×8 photos and 4-pocket pages, this collection is going to be so great!

Hope you’re having a great summer!

Pam

Day in the Life – June 2017

I have a confession. When Day in the Life rolls around, I’m pretty good at getting lots of photos, sort of okay and making lots of notes, and TERRIBLE at actually getting the project completed, on paper, into an album. THIS IS NOT A DIFFICULT THING TO DO!! But when it comes to pulling¬†a project like this together, I’m totally guilty of overthinking how I’m going to do it, to the point where nothing actually gets done.

Not this time. Ta da!!

I can’t tell you how happy I am to have finally got one in the books!! Here’s what made it work for me:

  1. The documentation structure. This was the first of 3 “Day in the Life” projects hosted by Ali Edwards, that are planned to occur this year. Each time it’s scheduled, there’s a kit available (digital and physical version, not required but always awesome!!) to go along with it that usually helps focus on a new technique for how to capture your day. This first one was based on time. The idea was that each hour, you would take a photo and write just one related story.¬†I¬†was happy to take the suggestion of setting an alarm on my¬†phone each hour to remind me to do it. This structure made it¬†easy, and I really enjoyed following along!

2.¬†Bringing it together. This is the part that I usually get stuck. The¬†DITL kit (both the digital and physical format) included 3×4 cards¬†with colourful numbers in the upper left hand corner and lots of white space to write your story. Lots of people simply used them to fill in the pockets of a divided page protector alongside their photos. As easy and beautiful as that was, I’m not really in love with the 12×12 size at the moment. I played around with 9×12 formats but I just wasn’t feeling it. And the idea of “designing” a layout seemed like a loooot of work in that moment. Here was my “aha’ moment. I¬†took a look back at the templates from this year’s Week in the Life collection and found one that I thought might¬†work really well. I used the 8.5x 11 version and played around with different orientations for it in PSE. I then decided that I’d¬†punch the times from the journaling cards into circles and use them in place of the existing word art elements that were included with the template.¬†There was plenty of white space¬†in the design to fit in my journaling. Once I started laying it out, I knew it was going to work and I was really excited to get it done!! The final product is 3-8.5 x 11 pages that capture one day in our¬†(my) life.

I think the next DITL is anticipated to happen in the fall and I’m looking forward to it! Thanks for stopping by today ūüôā

Plans for Summer

June came and went in the blink of an eye. We celebrated the last day of school today (yay!!) and I am really looking forward to the change of pace for the next 2 months.

When summer arrives, it’s a lot harder to convince myself that I “want” to be in my basement at my scrapbook table. It’s not the act of scrapbooking that I’m not a fan of, it’s the location. I’d so much rather be outside in the sunshine, enjoying the breeze, drinking a slurpee and watching my kids play. Knowing this is true (it happens every year), I changed my approach to memory keeping last summer. I downsized to a 6×8 album and created a bucket list of summer things we (I)¬†wanted to do.¬†¬†My storytelling centred around checking those things off the list. I still wound up with a really good mix of everyday life stuff thrown in there. It worked so well, I plan to repeat that same formula this summer.

Here’s what I’ve got so far:

I’m using a 6×8 “Story Book” from Ali Edwards’ new line. I was so so excited to receive this one¬†(in “greige”)¬†when I attended Story Camp at the beginning of the month! It’s truly a beautiful album, and if you happen to be¬†looking for a 6×8 album,¬†I can honestly say the quality of these¬†ones is¬†fantastic.¬†For this first page, I turned one¬†of the journaling cards from the June Digital Kit into a cut file,¬†cut it with my silhouette, and added it to a heavy weight transparency¬†along with a¬†recent family photo (Father’s Day at Medieval¬†Times! Super fun ūüôā )

¬†On the back of the transparency, I created a little card with our (my) “summer bucket list” of to-do’s. I created the journaling card in the upper right pocket by repeating a digital stamp (“find your summer joy”)¬†across a 3×4 canvas¬†and added one of the digital chipboard elements with a foam dot¬†(“hello summer”). These elements as¬†well as the¬†banner across that wood veneer camera¬†are all from the June Digital kit. The camera itself was from a past Story Kit (“Click”). I used the other half on a layout 2 years ago and couldn’t bring myself to part with the rest of it. I’m so glad I kept it!This is probably my current favourite photo of Emily. She was goofing around on the back of Brett’s chair while we were at Liam’s soccer practice one¬†evening and I grabbed my phone to snap a quick pic. When I got home later that night, I took a look at the June Digital Kit and the quote card felt like it was meant to be!!! I extracted the handwritten text from the digital card and added it right on top of my photo and I just loooooove it. I’m considering blowing this one up for somewhere in my house. But for now, it’s printed 6×8 and has a home in our summer album.

One of the things I love most about the 6×8 size is that it doesn’t feel quite as intimidating to experiment a bit with different mediums. I love the look of layers in my little albums, with transparencies and vellum and see through pockets. I used another one of the digital stamps to create the pink patterned background and printed it on vellum. I’m not entirely sure how I’ll incorporate it into my album yet. I may add it to a custom sized page protector, or I might just punch holes in the edge and include it as is.

My plan for the rest of the album is to make good use of the upcoming digital kits and shop my stash (which is in need of purging right about now). I’m looking forward to sharing my progress throughout the summer!

One last quick share before I sign off for today. I’m pretty sure we’re one of the last regions to finish up the school year, but in case you need some quick teacher thank you’s, I whipped up these adorable photo tags with a digital stamp (again with the June Digital Kit)¬†and a photo, printed on matte photo paper and cut into the shape of a tag.¬†¬† They add a sweet little personal touch for the super special people who help us make it through the year. Always thankful for our village.

Thank YOU for stopping by today ūüôā

 

May Stories

I seriously can’t believe it’s the end of May. This was a very full month in our house and it made the time fly. Here are the stories I told with Ali Edwards’ May digital kit.

The May kit is filled with lots of awesome sentiments for themes about mamas and friendships and girl-time and self care. So many story prompts, which is always a welcome creative kick-start. My first project was absolutely inspired by the Mother’s day journaling cards. I don’t think I’ve ever made a page about my mom before and it felt so great to get these words down on paper!

I had fun looking back at photos of the two of us together to include in this layout, and I¬†realized that it’s been a long time since we took a picture together. So we fixed that situation ūüôā The design inspiration came from a sketch included in week 2 of Studio Calico’s Summer of Sketches class. (I’ll be contributing a layout to the class later next month).

We celebrated Emily’s 4th birthday this month, and it was completely magical! I’ve got LOTS of photos from her party, but truthfully, I’m not sure when I’m going to get a chance to pull them together into a project. So for now, I’ve got my favourite photo from her big day and the story written down. If I never get anything else done to scrapbook her birthday this year, I can honestly say I’m satisfied with this as “enough”. I used¬†a digital stamp from the May digital kit and recoloured one of the journaling cards to bring this layout together. This was a really fun one to work on!

The design here was inspired by a layout that popped up in my Pinterest feed by Tina Aszmus (aka. Life.Love.Paper).

The Story Kit theme this month is “Brave” (which will be available until the 12th of June).¬†There’s a long story here about how I found this theme to be a real challenge, how I really took Ali’s words from the main presentation about taking this opportunity to tell a hard story to heart, and ultimately the realization that being brave happens in the everyday moments of real life.

I’m getting ready to hop on a plane in the next few hours to head to Story Camp! I’m equal parts excited and nervous, and I can’t wait to tell you all about it when I get back ūüôā

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

April Stories

So so many stories about April. As I sat down to begin working with the April Digital Kit by Ali Edwards, I looked through my pictures and started a list of all the things that have happened so far this month. It’s loooooong. A lot of them are just little stories about everyday life right now that will be a perfect fit for¬†our Project Life album.¬†And there’s a few that have my heart and deserve a bit more attention. This month, I chose to make 2 hybrid layouts with the April Digital Kit to tell those longer stories.

Easter morning. Our day started at 3:58 am. I imagine that one day it will be a struggle to get these guys out of bed in the morning, but that day seems pretty far away with these two early birds. The design for this layout was completely inspired by a super talented scrapbooker, Steffi Ried. I’ve seen her work in the Studio Calico gallery, on Pinterest and Instagram and it just takes my breath away. My version really doesn’t do her’s justice, and I’d highly recommend you go check it out for yourself ūüôā

I loved the egg shaped chipboard pieces in the digital kit! I repeated the shape with my pictures and organized the shapes to create a frame around my title (digital stamp). Just this morning, Emily was looking at a video on my phone from Easter morning and even if the mornings are early, the excitement from these two almost makes it worth it. Almost.

Easter Monday. The kids and I had the day off. We took our time getting up and going on this wonderfully lazy day, but we definitely did not waste the day away. We packed up their scooters and kites, made a picnic lunch and headed to the Bayfront park for the afternoon. It was seriously the best day, and I knew I wanted to remember it with a big photo and a scrapbook layout the moment we got home.

The design for this page was inspired by the new collection of 2017 Week in the Life Digital Templates. There are a variety of sizes available, but I stuck¬†with the 8.5 x 11 template here.¬†I print and cut the title from the template onto matte photo¬†paper and popped it up off the page with foam dots. I also used those egg shaped chipboard pieces from the¬†April Digital kit, but cut them¬†into kites instead. And a¬†little bit of¬†colourful stitching to make our kite tails. This is a fun one, and I’m so happy to¬†have this story in my album.

In other news, I’ve got a new class that just started over at Big Picture Classes all about Hybrid Pocket Pages! It’s perfect for beginners and people who want to learn how to use digital products to make hybrid projects like the ones I share here in this space. It’s the first one in a series of what will hopefully be 3 classes this year. LOTS of videos detailing my process from beginning to end (with a focus on pocket pages for this round, not just the usual weekly Project Life format). I’d love to have you join me over in the classroom ūüôā

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

March Stories

I’m having a hard time believing that April is just one week away. Seriously. March has flown by, so I thought I’d share a few of the projects I made this month for Ali Edwards’ Creative Team.

March is a big birthday month for us! Liam and Brett’s birthdays are just 4 days apart. I haven’t made a page yet about Liam’s birthday (which was awesome and crazy and busy), but I did jot a few things about how we celebrated Brett’s big day this year. This hybrid 8.5 x 11 layout came together with the March digital kit. I enlarged the “march stories” digital stamp (definitely one of my favourite pieces from the collection) to make the background here.

LOVED how excited Liam and Emily were about his birthday ūüôā They gave him lots of love that day, sharing the Pikachu birthday pin, insisting that they both sit beside him for meals, and letting everyone know everywhere we went “today’s my dad’s birthday!”

Right after birthdays, March break started. We wound up with the first big snow fall of the whole winter and¬†I was so excited to take the kids sledding! This is a 2 page 6×8 hybrid layout, inspired in part by this awesome design I came across on Pinterest.

Super simple but pretty much perfect.¬†I enlarged this 3×4 card from the March Digital kit to 4×6 and attached it to the oversized 12×8 photo with a few pieces of washi tape.

This month’s Story Kit theme is Eat! And it totally stumped me at first. (crazy right) There’s got to be a million stories that relate to this topic, but it took me a while to realize that the one I wanted to tell most was this little snapshot about what dinner time looks like these days.¬†It’s not at all glamorous. In fact, just the other day the words “no more fart noises at the table unless they’re coming from your but” were spoken. For real.¬†I used the digital¬†plastic circles, the title from¬†one of the journaling cards, and you might be able to very faintly spot the story notepad in the background of the journaling page to¬†create this 2 page 8.5×11¬†layout. And those little utensils are my FAVOURITE!!¬†In the physical kit, they’re wood veneer pieces, but you can print/cut any colour you like from the digital elements.¬†As stressful as dinner time feels most days, I’m truly thankful for the time we get to spend together. And now¬†I’ve got LOTS more story ideas for this¬†theme. Looking forward to working on those in the coming weeks.

Hoping to spend some¬†time catching up with our Project Life album again in the next few weeks! Thanks so much for stopping by today ūüôā

Week In the Life 2017

Anyone else planning to play along with Ali Edwards’¬†Week in the Life‚ĄĘ this year? I’ve been joining in every year since 2011 with varying degrees of “success”.¬† I don’t have a completed album for every year, but participating anyway has¬†resulted in¬†some of my most favourite photos in the history of¬†ever, and that alone is a good enough reason!! My goal for this year is to be more on top of the “real time” journaling, jotting down some of the little conversations that happen around here on a daily basis, and expanding a bit more on the facts and feelings that go along with the stuff of life.

We’ve been incredibly lucky as part of the Creative Team to get to play with this year’s kit and a few of the new Week in the Life‚ĄĘ products! Here’s what I’ll be working with this year (in addition to the digital products,¬†anticipated to be released in April):

Last year’s album is one of the one’s that didn’t get completed. I’ve got hundreds of time stamped photos from the week, but very little journaling about the specifics of what was going on at the time. I’ve been spending some time this week looking back at those photos and printing them out to play around with this year’s kit. Every time I do that, I find the pages come together so easily and find myself wondering why it felt like such a huge job at the time! It gets me motivated to go back and finish it up.

Here’s what some of those pages are looking like (and why I’m really wanting to buy a second kit):

First of all, those wood veneer days of the week, LOVE THEM!!! I’d buy and hoard several packages if they were available individually. The colours in this year’s kit are seriously¬†a perfect blend of classic neutrals and fun pops of rainbow colours. The font used in the big chipboard alpha is lovely. Super clean lines and sized approximately 2×3 for a perfectly centred fit in the 3×4 pockets. I’ve always loved full page 6×8 photos, and the gigantic days of the week acetate die cuts (sized around 4×6) are a really fun addition to the kit this year!I’m just not sure if I’ll keep them separate for each day of the week or put them together for in intro page at the beginning of the album. Love the 2×2 pocket pages, but I’m not always sure what to fill them with. They’re perfect for a collection of similar photos. And there’s lots of embellies in this year’s kit that almost look like they were made for them. Those chipboard squares are awesome!In addition to the kit, there are some new products that have been released in Ali’s shop that compliment the Week in the Life products, including silk screens and additional stamp sets.

If you’re hoping to play along with this year’s Week in the Life project (or curious to learn more!), here’s what you need to know:

  • You can do this project anytime you like, but it’s always more fun to join in with a group of like minded people ūüôā April 17th-23rd is the “official” week in the life date for this year.
  • Super awesome page and detailed description about this project right here.
  • You don’t have to have a kit to participate! The point of the project is to document an in depth look at one week in your life with photos and journaling, and a lot of people put it all into an album. If you’d LIKE to work with a kit to bring it all together, there are 2 new one’s¬†that have been released for this year that include an album, page protectors, journaling cards and¬†awesome embellishments. Both are still available as I write this. There are also a few¬†of last year’s kits still in the shop and a huge assortment of¬†other coordinating items to check out. You¬†can check them out here.
  • If you want the opportunity to chat with other participants, check out the Facebook group for Craft the Story and/or Week in the Life.
  • There will be LOTS of posts on Instagram about this project. Look for #weekinthelife, #witl, and if you’ld like to see what the Creative Team is working on, look for #aecreativeteam

It’s going to be fun! Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Dad’s Girl

Last week, I needed a photo of Liam for his birthday party invitations. So I asked him if he could take a Pok√©mon break for a minute¬†and let me¬†take his picture. He reluctantly agreed. Emily was jumping up and down because she wanted HER picture taken too! And noticing she had her dad’s girl shirt on, I asked if she wanted¬†daddy to be in her¬†picture with her. He was game ūüėČ

This shirt is one of her FAVOURITE things to wear!! And she’s always so excited to show him when she’s got it on. So on an average Monday, I wound up with a super¬†sweet little collection of photos of these guys together… and of course that meant I HAD to make a page with them!The theme for this month’s Story Kit is “Bond” (how perfect is that!!). I used the digital version of the kit by Ali Edwards to create this pocket page. I played around with a few design ideas, mostly involving one BIG photo, but I like how the series of photos¬†tells more of their story. And I’ve been on a roll with pocket pages lately, so after struggling to put together a design I liked (for far too long) I found myself leaning towards another pocket page. This time, rather than telling the story of our week, it contains just one little story about “Dad’s Girl”.

I made the title card in¬†Photoshop Elements with a digital stamp from the kit (it’s actually the same stamp layered in two different colours¬†for that effect).¬†The font¬†I used for “dad’s” is a freebie called Pacifico, and¬†I added their names and date with¬†“Remington Noiseless” (also a freebie). In the physical¬†kit, there are some really awesome cork tabs, but in the digital version they’re black. I¬†recoloured this little heart tab navy and popped it up off the card with a foam tab.

I used the same navy colour to on a long digital chipboard banner from the kit. After I printed it out, I decided to cut it up into word strips instead and added it to patterned paper from Studio Calico’s Confidant kit. The pink wood veneer stars are from Studio Calico’s Confidant Documenter kit.

I also used a digital version of the stitched hearts from the Bond Story kit as the home for my journaling. I purposely made the heart bigger than the 3×4 size in the physical kit so I could fit more of the story in and have the heart run off the edge.

There are lots of great cards in this months’ story kit, but the “you bring so much love to life” card is my FAVOURITE! I knew I wanted to use that one as soon as I saw it, and I’ll probably use it a few more times ūüėČ It’s actually a 4×6 horizontal card, but I’ve cropped it to fit into a 3×4 pocket.

I “might” have remembered to write the story of her “dad’s girl” shirt at some point, but it was definitely this month’s “Bond” theme that got me to get it done. So happy to have it in our album along with these new favourite photos ūüôā

Thanks for stopping by today!

February – Week 6

Another week in the books!This week’s spread came together with the February Digital Kit by Ali Edwards. The digital kits are something new for this year! A collection of journaling cards, stamps and chipboard elements all in exclusively digital format will be released each month, often with a seasonal theme. With Valentine’s Day in February, it was no surprise that this month’s theme is all about “love”. This is definitely a theme I can incorporate into my projects all year long. Going back to that idea that “memory keeping is a way to make love visible”.

This spread covers a few of the highlights from February 6th-12th.

I’ve been using the digital chipboard pieces by printing them out onto matte photo paper and cutting them out with scissors or shape punches. I changed the text on that heart in the upper left corner to just say “monday.” and stapled it onto my photo. Emily is so ready for spring!!

My mom asked if I could find a few photos for her from when she and my dad were dating and first married¬†to go into a¬†frame she recently purchased. Liam took a look at them and said “why do you have a picture of Terry Fox?” when he saw my dad, lol! That pic from their wedding in the bottom left…love having that in here.

I made a few cards myself with the digital kit. This “love” card is actually a 3×4 canvas, a pattern from one of the 4×6 cards, and a digital stamp all merged together to make something new.

I worked with the colours in this month’s kit and used them to re-colour some of the journaling cards and elements to make a more cohesive spread in combination with my photos.

There’s also a quote card included in this month’s kit that is so perfect for this week. I didn’t even realize how fitting it was until I was putting this spread together. It says “When I get to the end of my life and I ask one final “what have I done?”, let my answer be: “I have done LOVE.” I’ve been trying to be more intentional about how I spend time with my kids this month. (My daily practice for OLW was to try to spend at least 20 minutes everyday playing with them, without the distraction of my phone or my to-do list. Just spending time WITH them. I haven’t been successful every day, but the days I do feel a whole lot better.) So there was that connection.

And then a crazy Friday at work had me starting at 8:30 am and not getting home until 4 am the next morning!! Very very not the norm, hence the full moon reference. But again, the quote stuck with me because as nurses, we make sacrifices for others to do what is right and to show love for people, to provide care and support, even when we don’t know them.One more customized journaling card, recoloured and literally a white space added to include some journaling. And that wraps up week 6! I probably say it every week, but I love how this one turned out ūüôā Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Love Story

I love our stories. I really really do. And that’s why I love this scrapbooking hobby so much!! Because I¬†get to preserve and remember¬†both the¬†little ones and the big ones. This month, I’ve been working with Ali Edwards’ February Digital Kit. And somehow, pieces of the universe have aligned to make me see all the little love stories going on around me. A big one these days (one that is not new, but not always present either) is the love story between Liam and Emily in their big brother/little sister relationship.¬†Knowing what¬†story to tell for this one was so easy, but deciding on a design… lets just say that today I’m sharing 3 versions of the same layout.

 

A really important part of this story was the photos that go along with it. Liam and Emily were deeply into a pretend scenario of being doctors and getting ready for “doctor school”. I asked them to stand against the wall so I could take a photo of them for their ID badges, because clearly ALL doctors have to have an ID badge ūüėČ They were more than happy to agree and stood side by side¬†as I snapped a few photos with my phone. It was on the 5th snap that Emily leaned over to Liam and whispered “I love you”. And the pictures that followed, that’s what love looks like!! His face transforms with a giant smile and even Emily lights up. A perfect little moment and a super lucky capture.

So I started this project the way I usually do, playing on my computer. I created a photo grid to be able to organize the photos in sequence and used¬†numbers from the digital “Numbers” kit, pulling the colours from another card in the February Digital kit. I started with 8.5×11, because that’s my go to, but I struggled finding the right size and scale to create a well balanced layout. I worked and reworked this one so many times, I wound up with 3 different versions of the same thing. Hopefully, you’ll¬†find some inspiration for your own projects. Here we go:

  1. 8.5 x 11The thing I love most about this one is the colourful title and embellishment clusters!! The first time around, I printed the left page on a sheet of matte photo paper and it felt like too much white space. I couldn’t figure out how to add a bit more visual interest and balance. After playing around a bit, I trimmed about an inch off the white paper and mounted it onto pink cardstock. I also printed the chipboard hearts from the kit onto matte photo paper and punched them out to build a few little embellishment clusters. And now I kind of love this version…
  2. 12×12As I was struggling with the 8.5×11 design, I spotted the film grid from a previous Studio Calico kit on my desk and thought “ooooh, this might work!”. I already had the photos and numbers printed from a previous attempt, and it turned out the fit pretty much perfectly! I reworked the title and journaling to fit down the right side of the grid and mounted all the pieces onto a 12×12 sheet of cardstock. I liked it…but it didn’t really feel like a great way to show off the kit elements because there was just that one digital stamp there. I moved on to a third attempt with a different size, but went back and added a few more of the heart circles. I have to say, that extra little pop of hearts really does help.
  3. 6×86×8!!! The scale of elements feels like a much¬†better fit in this size. I put together a quick video tutorial to share how I recoloured the digital stamp for the title, so if that’s something you’re¬†wondering about, feel free to check it out¬†ūüôā

    Thanks so much for stopping by today! I’ll be sharing our Project Life Week 6 tomorrow with more elements from the February Digital Kit ūüôā

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