What kind of wacky post is this? August and May layouts of the previous year? Yup. I'm doing things all out of order, but there's a rhyme and reason to my madness. It all makes sense in my head anyway. ;)
I had shared layouts up until April of 2014. Then I shared my summer 2014 book, which covered June to part of August. I skipped right over May.
These are the layouts in my big 12x12" book. I recapped our summer break:
The entirety of our summer break is in my summer 2014 book.
(See our stay at The Saguaro Palm Springs this past summer here).
I also documented the rest of August:
(See my dad's Dodgers themed 50th birthday celebration here).
I usually document one, 12x12" page spread for most weeks (as opposed to the 2 page spreads that most do). For birthdays and special occasions, I don't limit myself to a one page layout, but yeah. Most weeks it is one page.
I'm not sharing a few of my layouts from May. It was the last few weeks of school, so there are lots of friends and teachers in those pictures. To respect their privacy, I'm not sharing them here.
(See my sister Jasmine's simple, fiesta party here).
These are 2 of my layouts from May:
Now I've shared up until August. Next week, I will be sharing a few more layouts. Then maybe, just maybe, I'll get to my 2015 book in 2015. !!! ;)
See more of my 2014 book here.
Supplies and embellishments include:
Design A pocket pages; "Hey!" stamp; "Today is" rubber stamp (retired, but the digital set of stamps is still available); flair badges from A Flair For Buttons and The Crafty Pickle; Kellie Stamps' days of the week acrylic stamp set; Me & My Big Ideas theme cards and stickers; Jenni Bowlin labels; Kraft project life core kit; calendar cards from Amy Martin Designs; Midnight Edition core cards; Seafoam Edition core cards; Project Life 3x4" grid cards; "Happy" rubber stamp from Stampin' Up; October Afternoon "Sticky Keys" alphabet stickers; Martha Stewart office labels; alphabet stickers from Joann's $1 spot; patterned paper from We R Memory Keepers (purchased at Target); roller date stamp from Heidi Swapp; American Crafts Valentine's roller date stamp (my friend Michelle kindly sent this one to me... they were being sold at Target); Fiskars' 12"cutter; Pilot razor point black pen; 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 my memory keeping approach for 2015 here.