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Project Life 2014 | Week 11 with March A day in the life kit from Cocoa Daisy


Hello week 11!


This weeks spread is done mostly using Cocoa Daisy´s PL kit called Day in the life. I have been given the March kit and I have blogged and talked about it with swedish PL:ers, Project Life has become so big this last year and many people are looking for good kits to subscribe to. I am trying to answer questions and giving as much info as I am able to.  


The kit had a lot of cards with vibrant and spring like colors and they were perfect for my week! We had really nice weather and my photos worked really good with the cards. I chose both journalingcards and filler cards for this page. I liked how the cards were designed, but they were also really easy to add to with the wood veneers and washi tape.




I punched some vellum paper and added sentiments from that great October Afternoon phrase stamp for this.


The kit I got had a really cute stamp set with 4 different stamps; bad day, good day and then thumps up/thumps down icons. I fitted great ith one of my not so great days of this week. I used one of the 4x6" cards and added the stamps and then made it all into a flip pocket, so the story is underneath that card.



As i mentioned last week, I am doing a month long photo challenge that I call #whereistandinmarch2014 and am adding in each photo in an insert each week. That date card was perfect ofcourse! And the kit came with a few sheets of 6x6" patterend papers that I trimmed to fit.


I subscribe to Cocoa Daisy´s main kit, but have never tried their PL kit before. I love the main kit and must say, I do love the Day in the life kit too!

Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. Thank you for this review on the Coco Daisy kit as I've been looking for a kit to subscribe to. What size album are you using?

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    1. Tela, I am using a regular A4 size, almost a 8,5x11" and photopockets with 4 pockets on each page.

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