PROJECT LIFE: March Pages 2 and 3

PROJECT LIFE: March Pages 2 and 3
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  03 march pages 2 and 3

I am loving this color theme throughout a two page spread! It really ties it together. In honor of St Patrick’s day i went with greens. Used lots of tidbits from my Studio Callico kits, my silhouette, stitching, stickers, etc. Detailed supplies are listed below.

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Here’s the left side. I am finding I like to look at the whole two page spread and begin by setting it up. See my previous post for the process.  And a few closeups too! I love this one with my “sisters”, Sarah and Erica. The paper is from Amy Tan’s Yes, Please collection. love it. I added a doily from Martha Stewart that i picked up at Michaels and some washi tape from the Neverland Studio Callico kit. a few brads, tag, and Front Row love phrases, also from Studio Callico. The Enjoy tag is from Lori Whitlock purchased from the Silhouette store.

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I love being able to journal the silly things my son says!

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This my new favorite technique, cutting a frame with my silhouette. It adds a texture to my album that I really like! Added lots of stickers too.

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This shot was taken at Erick’s birthday party. The boys had a great time. The wood veneer is from Michaels.

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Here’s page 2.

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This one has a great frame from the Neverland Kit, a journal tag from Elle’s Studio.

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My son has a passion for skateboarding so my husband is starting to teach him.

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Lastly, Amy Tan has me on this embroidery thing. I hope to keep it up throughout the year. I really like the texture. See more about that in this post.

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