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Project Life 2016 | Week 19-23

Happy Humpday! I will be sharing my latest Project Life spreads today. 


Week 19: This week I challenged myself to only use bits and pieces from my scrap box + stamps. It was such a fun thing to do and I love how the spread turned out! 


Week 20: Pink and grey = happiness! I won a giveaway from Elle´s studio and used my pocket page kit for this spread. Sometimes a kit is an easy way to create since everything already co-ordinates so well. 


Week 21: As you know, sometimes I like to use a color scheme when I pick out my products for spreads. I love how, even though the photos might have other colors, the same scheme can bring everything together.


Week 22: I am very consistent when it comes to work on my spreads every weekend. I like to have the week done before the next starts. Most often I finish everything by Sunday night, but sometimes I have spots to fill, waiting for a photo to be printed and most often journaling to be done. I rarely leave the spots unfinsihed, but as you can see here I still have some work. I think I will leave it though ;)


Week 23: I used a bright color scheme in this spread and it makes me happy! I had some journaling I wanted to include, but kept it hidden in the paper bag. On the other side I have a cute photo of my nephew.

Thanks for checking in!

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  1. Lisa, your color blocking is marvelous! Great job on these spreads.

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