love!!! You always inspire me Miss Marcy!
Thanks so much Legacy of Love! We're homeschooling 2 of our 3.
It's amazing how much I learn from watching someone else's process. I love how you take bits & pieces from all over the place and make it work together so beautifully. I get stuck in the rut of using everything from the same line on one page and it gets too "matchy-matchy ". Thank you! (Do you homeschool all of your children? We are a homeschooling family of six.)
silverilex - it's just in the pocket. I don't mind it floating around, so I didn't adhere it. If I were to do that I'd cut a piece of page protector about 2.875x4 and probably sew a bit across it and then put that clear "page" in the pocket.
how did you adhere the feather so it stays in place since it is visible on both sides?
thanks for letting us see your process!
I always enjoy watching your process and hearing you explain things. I found the tip of tracing an outline so you knew where to type, especially helpful. Thanks!
Video - Project Life | Week 36
by Marcy Penner
Galleries: Project Life
Hey Peas! I have another Project Life video for you all today. We're well over the halfway mark, and although I'm not working super currently I'm still super pumped about this project and happy with how it's a reflection of our year so far.
This week I'm highlighting both a birthday and the first day back at school… two big events that take up most of my spread. I'm so happy that my latest box of Two Peas goodies arrived so I could use some of the new Simple Stories Smarty Pants on those school pockets.
My challenge for you this week is to use either a “themed” product for a generic event OR to use a generic product on a “themed” event.
I ended up doing both on my spread (see pockets 1 and 4). Share your projects here and a winner will be drawn at the end of the month.
Enter a name for your new wishlist.