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Project Life 2016 | Week 5-10

Whoops! It has come to my attention that I haven´t been sharing my Project LIfe pages here on the blog lately, and sure enough, when I checked I hadn´t shared a spread since week 4! On Sunday I took photos and uploaded lots and lots of spreads into Blogger and will be sharing all my spreads with you! 


Week 5: This dates back to February, but as I can see from the photos we had great weather! I used one of the old floppy disk page protectors this week and I like the square format. It is always fun to mix it up!


One of my favorite elements from this week is this screen print of my latest used emojis used on my phone!

Picture 1 of Week 6 by lisafisa

Week 6: This week we were sick most all week. It´s so typical for us in February/March. So I didn´t get a chance to take a wide variation of photos, mostly from at home. This challenged me to write a little bit more.

Picture 1 of Week 7 by lisafisa

Week 7: Looking back at my spreads I do see a pattern in that I use color schemes in them. This is mostly not planned, but I guess working so much with design and other principles does that this is goes without thinking too much. This is the week were I started using more and more smaller printed photos. I really like how they look on different journaling cards.


Week 8: My birthday week! You can clearly see that I was concious this week of choosing black and white cards ;) 

Picture 1 of Week 9 by lisafisa

Week 9: This is one of the spreads I did share from March. You can see more about it here.


Week 10: In the previous week I had bought a digital kit from Ali Edwards and used one of the stamps to make journaling cards. I jotted down a few sentences from every day in my notebook and then just typed them out on the cards with my typewriter. I love how this spread turned out with all the words!

So, there you have 5 weeks of everyday memories down! 

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