Have I mentioned lately how much I love doing this? Maybe I just needed to remind myself again then lol. But seriously, I really love doing this... I mean, a lot! lol
There are very few hours throughout the week where I am either not working on my layouts, taking photos for my layouts, jotting down quick journaling for my layouts or just thinking about my layouts. It really can become quite obsessive, but in the best way possible. I mean, who doesn't want to obsess over making wonderful memories with family and friends and then documenting them to later reminisce about how lovely our life is or was. True? Okay, so maybe I am the only one who constantly has Project Life on her mind but hey, I never said that I wasn't a little strange in certain ways lol.
I have always been one to love reminiscing with family and friends of old times. I have been told before that I have an amazing memory and am known to sit for hours just listening to my Nan tell me stories of Scotland and her local dance hall. I'm guessing I get my good memory from her. So I figure, why not put this passion of mine to good use and document my stories for my children and their children. Hopefully they too will possess my passion for life stories and appreciate all this when they're older. But you know what, if not, at least they will know that I was the happiest Mumma of all knowing (in the words of Becky Higgins) that I was 'cultivating a good life for them and documenting it'.
So on that note, here is my week 5.
|Left hand side|
|Right hand side|
|Letters cut with the Silhouette Cameo|
|Once they have been coated with Glossy Accents|
This photo was taken with the crazy awesome application for iPhone called Split Pic. I haven't really had a chance to play with it as much as I would like however the cool photo possibilities are endless. I wanted to capture how my little man plays for hours with his Transformers, in the same spot, on the floor making the funniest sound effects. Love the imagination :)
Here is my flip up insert made from old cut-offs of pocket pages. I have used some of the Bridgeport Childhood Mini Kit cards by Becky Higgins. I downloaded the digital kit so that I can print, cut and use them in loads of different ways and as many times as I like, bonus! :)
You can purchase all of the digital kits that I have used in this week's layout from AC Digitals by clicking here.
Now it's back to sipping my Cranberry, Raspberry and Strawberry tea and getting stuck into week 6.
See you on the flip side scrappers :)