OBSERVATIONS: This week's project life images are brought to you courtesy of my iPhone camera. It is amazing to me that I can capture life with this amazing little gadget I tote around in my purse. Sometimes it really beats lugging around my big, heavy Canon. I honestly believe having a camera phone is a huge boost to my own memory keeping. Even though the quality is pretty dang good, it has reminded me that the best photos are not necessarily about quality and pixel size.
This week, I'm into lists and gratitude. More on that and how it relates to you in a second. First, let's look at the pages for this week:
Last week, I designed a new card set called "Life Lists No. 01." I love lists. Lists can make our journaling simpler and heck, more fun. The set looks like this:
You don't need Photoshop to use these cards. Included are printable PDFs featuring each card in seven different colors. You simply open the file in Adobe Acrobat (a free program) and you're good to go. The cards are sized exactly to Project Life pocket size, so no extra finagling is required.
After I finished the set, I thought: "Oh man! I should have included a gratitude card!" But because the six cards in the set worked so well on their own, I figured, time to add a free download for you, my readers. The gratitude card comes in six colors and is a printable PDF.
Download this file by clicking on the link below:
Simply print onto your choice of cardstock and list away. Now, back to a few more images from my album.
And here's a close up of one of my lists. I opted to print the cards and hand write the list. The files in the set come with journaling blocks in layered PSD files for you Photoshop-savvy users who prefer to type your journaling.
And yes, AC on there twice? Ain't no typo, people. When it gets in the 90s here, it's one of my happiest things indeed!
And that, readers, is Week Twenty-Three.