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Project Life 2015 | Week 32-35

Hi there! I am happy to see a few of you actually pop in once in a while. I have been thinking alot about blogging lately. Many of my favorite bloggers have retired their blogs and even though I read many, many blogs I kind of know where they are coming from. Sharing your creative work is so much easier on Instagram for example where you might have many followers and you have the option to just share the photo with a short caption. I am not there just yet, I still want to have this space. I just wanted to let you know that posting will continue to be spare, but I still am very happy that you are here!

Today I wanted to share a few recent Project Life spreads. 

Week 32: Summer was still in full swing and we spend a lot of time outside. We took advantage of the good weather and picked wild raspberries and tomatoes. 

I had a few inserts this week. A card from a package we recieved and a postcard. On the backside of the card I made mini layouts of other stories.

Week 33: I focused on the first half of the week where we visited my sister and her family. We got to see our new niece for the first time and I used photos of us three holding her in an insert. 

Week 34: This was the week when Ali Edwards Week in the life happened. I didn´t do the project per say, but I used a collage app on my phone to make daily collages. This way I could fit a whole lot of photos in one spread! This is the route I am taking on ver busy weeks aswell with just one journaling card reviewing the week.

Week 35: First, I am sorry about the very washed out photos of the spread! Next, I see that used the week in review approach here too! I remember being so tired this week and it usually shows in my spreads with little to no journaling.

My daughter turned 16 the Monday after, but we had her party on Sunday. It was a greay day! And we went to the sunflower field for the first time this year #yes!

And there are 3 more weeks documented!


  1. [waving] See? Here I am! And I commented! ; ) Your pages are always so beautiful to me. I really like those big week inserts.


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