Tuesday, January 13, 2015
my summer 2014 book (complete) (project life 2014: june- august)
I completed my summer 2014 book! I deserve a medal. Somebody give me one. I am really happy to be done with this book, so I can move on to the next project (completing my December Daily). This time, stay on top of things, self. Easier said than done, amiright? Anyhow, if you're new here- every year for the past few years I attempt a summer break of daily, fun activities. Read more about the inspiration for this project here. At the end of the week during summer break, I share what we've done on my blog. See the recap week by week from this past year right here. For memory keeping, I regularly use a 12x12" Project Life book. For our summer months (and December Daily), though, I use a smaller 8 1/2x11" book. See this book's set up right here and here. See the first half of this book right here.
With minimal blabbing, I share my layouts (deep bow).
This is week 8 (see week 8 in more detail here):
This is week 9 (see week 9 in more detail here):
This is week 10, the week we went to The Saguaro Palm Springs (see week 10 in more detail here and more of our trip to The Saguaro here):
This is week 11, the week my girls started school (see week 11 in more detail here):
And that's it!
Supplies and embellishments include:
a hot pink, polka dot binder from Target (so cute), page protectors with 4- 4"x5 1/2" pockets, "Today is" rubber stamp (retired, but the digital set of stamps is still available), "Whatever!" stamp, Me & My Big Ideas theme cards and stickers, felt heart embellishments from Joann's $1 spot, patterned paper from We R Memory Keepers (purchased at Target), Dear Lizzy roller date stamp, flair badges from A Flair For Buttons and The Crafty Pickle, Studio Calico labels, October Afternoon "Sticky Keys" alphabet stickers and labels, Freckled Fawn paper clips and emoticon veneers, Project Life 4x6" grid cards, Jenni Bowlin labels, Martha Stewart office labels, roller date stamp from Heidi Swapp, Fiskars' 12"cutter,Pilot razor point black pen, American Crafts' slick writer marker, tacky adhesive circles, glue dots. To note: some of my supplies and embellishments are old and likely retired and/or I don't remember where I got them from, but if I missed something, ask in the comments and I will do my best with figuring out the source. I respond to most comments and questions within the comments section.
(See the rest of my 2014 book here).
Related: our summer break week by week.
Glad you stopped by!