Uh, yeah. I'm still behind but I have enough under my belt that I'm not giving up. I did 3 layouts this past weekend so another couple of weeks and theoretically I can be caught up, right?
No detail shots because honestly, no one wants to look at 100 photos, right? I'll try to link up as many of the downloaded resources as I can but I'll skip the traditional supplies (a lot of them are the result of some serious digging into the old stuff) and my own designs.
These were fast spreads (with the exception of week 7.) I don't love any of them but I do love that I did them. I want to get caught up because I want to be able to spend as much time on each week as I can to make it special. I enjoy doing the detailed stuff. I've never scrapped chronologically and have never felt the urge to be "caught up" so I guess that is the biggest "con" to this whole project.
|left side: twitter printable from Melanie; "the story" from Paislee Press|
|right side: the top set of pockets hold multiple photos - I just cut the "title" words from cardstock, stuck them to 4x6" transparencies and slid them in on top of the photos; "hello" card from here|
|left side: frame for digital Madonna memory card Audrey Neal Clipped: Frames; bottom right journaling card Marcy Penner Captured|
|right side: "friday" card from Valorie Brown|
|I did this spread for Lisa's March Capture class at Two Peas so you can find ALL the details for this one there|
|uhhh, this week was tough because everyone was sick and I didn't have a lot to work with. basically, I really reached to finish this week (can you tell? lol)|
|left side: map from Robyn Meierotto Let's Go Mini; "currents" from LifeLovePaper|