I've been working on several projects this week. Here are a few peeks at my workspace(s).
This week I went through my Project Life album and realized I hadn't dated every layout. I pulled out my labels, and went back to date them.
I also went to JoAnn's to pick up blade cartridges for my straight cutter, and rummaged through the dollar bins, and found some fun, inexpensive supplies. $1 for 2 mini rolls of paper tape! (I always walk out with more than just the cartridges it seems).
Because I was working on my journaling inserts for this week (for Project Life), I sorted through my summer embellishments and found these. (Love them!)
In efforts to blog regularly (it is one of my goals for July), I took her tips and have scheduled my posts for the month. This is what my morning workspace has looked like this week:
I made a tiny book this week, and used some vintage, Dennison labels. I will be sharing pictures of the tiny book tomorrow. :)
I completed my journaling inserts for this week, and I like how they turned out.
(Project Life is a memory keeping system created by Becky Higgins. The idea is to use sectional protective sheets to store and present pictures and embellishments. Pictures can be slipped right in their original printed sizes to make memory keeping easy. Journaling cards are also sold cut to size to be slipped right in. It can't get any easier. Be sure to check out Becky Higgins' site because I am not doing the products justice!)
Read more about my Project Life book here.
See other Workspace Wednesday posts here.