This update, I’m sharing a full month of spreads, so they might be lighter on the details. Looking at the whole binder together is my favorite part, so I don’t mind sharing this way.
This is Project Life 2014: the weeks of April.
Week 15: April 07 – April 13.
We had a cookout for my nephew’s birthday and we got carried away playing with my niece on the floor. Took a walk in the park while the sun was shining and it was a gorgeous day. I included some random photos — my hands typing at my computer and cutting up some paper on my Rotatrim.
I adore the blue & black colors of this spread. Worked out so well, even though I kept it simple with plain filler cards and short journaling.
Week 16: April 14 – April 20.
This week, we signed the lease on our apartment!! Such a big deal. I also ate French onion soup, had Easter, cut down photos for an anniversary project, and did some yoga.
I also really like how this spread came together. Mostly black and white, with a little red, orange, yellow. Included a few pieces from everyday life like a screenshot of my iPhone background and the business card from the leasing office (blurred for privacy).
Weeks 17 & 18: April 21 – May 04.
I didn’t have many photos for this, so I combined two weeks into one spread. I like to have a spread each week, so I have a book full of photos at the end of the year. But I’m not worried about changing up the rules if it keeps things simple.
I got glasses during these two weeks, and I hated them so much when I picked them up. I took a miserable, mopey picture in my car once I had stopped crying. Talk about dramatic. ;-) My friend was in a fun gymnastic / aerial class that put on a show. P. bought us a table for our apartment. And we went tailgating! (And did not stay for the baseball game that followed!)
And that’s April, in the book.
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About Project Life | Project Life is a memory-keeping system created by Becky Higgins. I choose to document life weekly. You can see all my Project Life posts here, and details about my album here. I am using the Jade core kit this year and Design A pocket pages. My favorite tools for getting it done each week are my Canon Pixma Pro-100 printer and my 15″ Rotatrim paper trimmer. They’re massive but awesome.