Project Life STUFF used on this page:
* Project Life core kit – Cherry Edition (digital version); this kit is FREE now – go here to get it. This starter kit includes two PL templates.
* Project Life pocket page template – Template A (physical equivalent – Design A)
Top row – left spot (screen shot straight off Facebook; click to enlarge to read it a bit more easily):
Top row – right spot:
Fonts: Arial, PT Sans
The top, left photo was taken by Kate during one of their flights to Memphis.
The right photo shows an amazing amount of Blue Bell ice cream. We all have a serious addiction to it. If it’s not available in your part of the country or world, you need to move.
Middle row – first spot:
Ellie Mae appreciates when we invite lots of people to visit with her. If you’re a guest
in our home of Ellie Mae, you can be sure
she’ll be in your lap (she thinks she’s small), and she’ll clean you (she
thinks she’s a cat).
Middle row – second spot:
Font: PT Sans
What will Peter think of next? I raised five kids, and not a one thought to park their cars on the toilet base. Clearly, this child is a genius, as demonstrated by the way he thinks outside of the box.
Middle row – third spot:
It’s not uncommon to find Mister Bucky sitting and staring at a wall. Something might be wrong with that cat.
Middle row – fourth spot:
Technique used here: I wrote on top of the photo with a font and with my own handwriting. The “blank” space on a photo is perfect for journaling.
This snake has been appearing and disappearing for some time around the front of our house. Our yard people have tried to “catch” him with no luck.
A while back we saw some strange little beings sauntering around in the garage, just inside the garage door. They were too big and slow to be lizards, and they were too slow to be mice. They looked like little soft, lumps meandering around.
I suspected they were moles. Our pest control guy put some sticky traps in the garage, and, sure enough, we caught some moles.
Graham said they probably thought they'd stumbled upon the biggest underground tunnel ever. =)
Moles are so darn cute! In an ugly way. I mean, they look a bit odd without eyes or ears, and their claws are really long, but they look as soft as velvet.
It was all Graham and I could do NOT to pat them. Graham is germaphobic, due to being in nursing school. She was sure we’d both die if we touched them, so we didn’t.
Then our resident snake showed up in a sticky trap. We did not want to pat him. He was at least three feet long, and he was not cute like the little moles.
Bottom row – left spot:
Font: PT Sans Caption
Technique used here: Instead of putting a card in this “pocket” of the page to use as a background for my photos, I used a paper from Cherry that I reduced in size. In addition to the components you find in most of the PL kits, the digital Cherry Edition comes with papers, arrows, labels for the days of the week, and numbers. Get it while it’s free!
(photo 1) Conrad requested, but did not eat all that candy while he was here. He wouldn’t take it home, so now I must eat it, because I can’t stand to waste food. Graham and her friends who come over to study are helping me.
(photo 2) Little did I know when I labeled the Nespresso station in our kitchen that Carter would spend most of his time while he was in Memphis standing right there, making various espresso drinks and even hot chocolate.
(photo 3) Ellie Mae came flying into the house after her grooming session and ran right to a wall that Peter had just painted. Then she rubbed against it. Why? Graham put her back outside in the garage until she could get something to clean her off with, and Ellie Mae stuck her tongue out at Graham.
Bottom row – right spot:
Fonts: Vivaldi, PT Sans, PT Sans Caption
Note Peter, Carter, and Kate's big smiles. That’s because we were at our favorite Chinese restaurant. When everyone lived in Memphis, we used to go there for lunch after church almost every Sunday. True to tradition, this photo was taken after church on Sunday.
Non-PL stuff used on this page:
* Photo collage template by Tracy Larsen (lower left corner)
* Photo collage template by Lori Whitlock (lower right corner)
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