Things have been so busy around here lately, I debated whether or not I want to try and keep posting this project here on my blog. I love capturing these memories and moments, but am not so sure I will keep up on posting it here. But, since I started I want to try, just probably not as often and more brief. So here's a look at the left side of week four:
The picture on the lower left was taken using the Instagram app on my iPhone. Definitely a fun thing to play around with. Katie spent the week at Camp Hancock and the b&w photo is of her the morning she left. She was so excited. We missed her while she was away. I love this photo:
I added the words in Photoshop using Ali Edwards' This One Brushes and Stamps. So cool, and I love that little face! Here's a look at the right side:
I've been using different product from Designer Digitals to make my own journaling cards. The card in the middle right uses Ali Ewards' The Story Word Art + Hand Drawn Brushes. I also used Cathy Zielske's Journal Card Brushes and Stamps for my journaling block. Here"s a closer look:
And here's a look at both pages together:
Here's a look at the left side:
The b&w photo of Josiah is from Friday evening when the kids and I were hanging out. I was trying to take some photos of the kids and most of them ended up like this, with a close up of his big smile. He was being so fun and silly. I love his personality. Katie pretty much spent the entire week hanging around on the couch. She came home from Camp Hancock not well and fought that cold for a week and a half. We are so glad she's better.
I added the copy of Josiah's Spring Writing Assessment that come home with him this week.
And on the back side of that I slipped in another writing sample from his backpack. I love reading what he writes, most of the time his sentences are so funny. : ) Here's a look at the right side:
Saturday I went to Eugene and spent the evening with my closest girlfriend before heading back home. Dinner at BJ's was wonderful, cannot wait to take Matt there.
Here's a closer look at my journaling for this week, using Cathy Zielske's Layered Journal Cards No. 01:
And here's a look at both pages of this weeks spread: