Time flies fast when you are busy. This week’s project life post is a simpler than my previous pages because I’ve used some digital supplies and printed them along with my photos. I actually had fun!
I believe this is the first time I’ve had this much journaling in my spread. There’s just so much to tell despite the week being less busy. Our week started with my usual routine sending the girls off to school.
On my way home, I stopped by a spot and took my new “from where i stand” picture. And I used Paislee Press Pictures + Words No.6. It’s so pretty and I can’t resist using it along with my photo. Turned out so cute!
Then we had a little errand at the airport early this week and we had such a wonderful experience from the Changi Airport crew. We weren’t able to bring our stroller but they were kind enough to lend us one and even gave Alphonse a complimentary blanket. Scieszka arrived home on a Tuesday sporting her Subject Leader badge. She’s proud and happy because she was given another task by her teacher.
I had a little Week In Review journal here where I used papers from my Dandelion Wishes collection and the border that i made which I gave free HERE.
Before the week ends, the girls had regular practice for their Show and Tell (part of their Chinese class holistic assessment). Because they were busy with exams and I am giving them a lesson for not listening to mom, their weekend was all about Littlest Pet Shop. No gadgets for these girls this week.
This basically summarises our week 30. For the Saturday photo, I used Paislee Press Pictures + Words No.5. I ran out of embellishments this week and I have no time to go out to grab some new goodies that I can incorporate in my album so I decided to go hybrid this time.
Project Life is a memory keeping system created by Becky Higgins. Core Kits and supplies used for 2013 album can be found HERE. All of my Project Life posts can be found HERE.
Thanks Mye for introducing me to this. I just know I and the little one will love this so much! More bonding moments!
Oh, and I can’t wait to see more of your projects!
Thank you Kat 🙂