Hello, Project Life!
So I ran into some funny little problems this week, which you can see in the photo above, and which I will talk about below.
In week 2 I started a new workout from the book, Conditioning for Dance. If you have a dancer, or if you are one, you need this book. It will revolutionize your dancing and the way you think about and use your body.
Trinity had seen my Week 1 pages and the old artwork from her and Aiden that I’d stuck in it. She immediately whipped up another picture and told me I could add it to my PL for this week. How is that for a testimony of scrapbooking in general, and Project Life in particular?
I did an interview with Debbie Hodge for her membership site. I printed up the notes and questions she sent me, which also had pictures of my layouts. My own handwritten notes are added on top.
For those who like a closer look, I thought I’d indulge…
And even closer for those problems I mentioned…
Funny problem #1 - I stamped my calendar upside-down. Ooops. Oh well, that’s life.
Funny problem #2 - The photo of my vegetable stock was originally horizontal and I knew I would set it vertically for this pocket. I had a temporary memory loss, though, and I added my journaling to it horizontally.
Funny (annoying) problem #3 - I haven’t put journaling directly onto my photos so much lately and apparently I set it too close to the edges because the processor chopped off a huge chunk of my photos. I’ll redo a couple of these when I send in Week 3′s photos. When I send digitally altered photos in to print, I keep them available for changes in case of problems like this. So all I need to do is move the journaling layer a bit.
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