For Week Four I used Timeless, a digital kit by One Little Bird:
And that’s all I have to say. I need to do the write-ups for these two pages and move forward!!
No, first I want to announce how thankful I am to have had only about 150 photos for Week Four. For Week Two I had over 900 photos, and for Week Three I had about 400. Why? Because for those two weeks I was in Jacksonville, where two of my grandkids live.
Good news/bad news: Later this week in real life I’m going back to Jacksonville to see those grandkids. That’s the good news. The bad news . . . yep, I’ll come home with way too many photos. I can’t help it. They’re just too cute.
Here’s a cuteness preview from yesterday; it’s my newest granddaughter Evie all dressed up (with pearls!), strapped into her car seat, and ready to go to church for Easter service.
No, she wasn’t in shock. Her eyes are always this big. Or maybe she was shocked by the large bunny who entered her house during the night.
Next post: Details about and close-ups from the left side of Week Four. Thanks for visiting!
Project Life is the super-simple method of memory keeping created by Becky Higgins. Put photos and cards into pockets on pocket pages. Add journaling and/or embellishments on the cards. Put the completed pages in an album. Project Life can be done digitally or physically.