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Project Life | week 5

Here is my spread for week 5. At the bottom of the post I have listed the products!



I had one insert for this week, but it doesn´t show on the spread photo above.


The stories from page one:

Planning the week + signing the divorce papers.
Happy washi mail (getting some washi love) + the craft of the week from this post.
I went thrifting with my father (as per usual) + my breakfast spot got ready + i journaled abit about how I love that my daughter has a best friend.


The frontpage of the insert holds the story of me being on my own for the first time in my life; paying bills and grocery planning by myself. Yay me!



The back side of the insert holds misc Instagram photos from the week.


Page two:

We had a great big puddle at work and I felt so in love with my job this week + great walks this week with sunshine. 
Melvin was pampered by his favorite people, the neighbours when we had dinner with them + he laid out in the sunshine which he also loves.
The weekend was spend apart; my daughter in Gothenburg with her father and me being home with a loved friend, sunshine, dinners and great conversation.

I blurred a few places for privacy.

I thought that I would list the products that I used this week:

Page one:

Miss Tiina journaling cards
Dayplanner collab kit from The Lilypad
Craft of the week journaling card kit
Everyday eclectic journaling cards Design by Dani

Front side of insert:

InstaLife cards Persnickety Prints

Back side of insert:

Simple Vol. 2 Hello forever

Page two:

Hashtag journaling cards
Simple Vol. 2 Hello forever
Dayplanner collab kit from The Lilypad
Hello Weekend from Becky Higgins

Thank you for stopping by!


Comments

  1. Great pages! Congrats on the divorce and on doing things on your own - it is quite a feeling. I remember when I was at that stage years ago and how my daughters were SO impressed that I could do things without their dad - lol.

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