Project Life, Week Thirty-Eight. With algebra.

Cathy ZielskeProject Life, Scrapbooking9 Comments

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OBSERVATIONS: Last week I created a two-page, typical spread for my album. The week before, I'd created a single page. I decided to get back to regularly balanced spreads by creating another single page for this week. This is a perfect opportunity to explain my logic using an algebraic equation, something that's been happening with alarming frequency in the present Zielske household where an 8th grade math student resides:

A = 1 page spread in Week 36 + 2 page spread in Week 37 – B x 1 page equals the root ofโ€ฆ THIS IS WHY I FAILED 7th GRADE MATH!

Long story short: this week, I had to create a 1-pager to get my album back on track. Capeche?

I kept it about as simple as possible. 

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I had very few photos to choose from. In fact, you are seeing them. Right here. 

Still, another week in the life goes into the album and its no big whoop.

I freaking love Project Life. Thank you, Becky. You little memory-saving genius you.

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9 Comments on “Project Life, Week Thirty-Eight. With algebra.”

  1. #2
    robin

    hey cathy…I’m sure this has been asked but do you print at home or send off? also off topic I love your glasses and new haircut and was wondering if you wear progressive lenses and if so are you able to view the computer well with them?

  2. #3
    Kirsten J

    Yep, that Becky is one clever chick. And you know and I know, no big whoop is still better than nothin. I wish I had a no big whoop album from my childhood….*sob*

  3. #4
    Emily

    Yes, must agree, Cathy. There are some weeks where there just aren’t that many photos….period! So, even a 1-page spread in my PL album isn’t difficult to pull together. Filler cards and journaling. BAM!

  4. #6
    Terri Torrez

    So your 2-pager is back to back instead of side-by-side? I haven’t been able to bring myself to do that. I either have to do 2 single pagers in a row or throw in a three-pager.

  5. #8
    dawn

    Great one page for the week! I too LOVE my Project Life and thanked Becky again this week for this awesomeness!!

  6. #9
    Jenny B.

    Hey, I have a question — What are you using for your background on your digital PL pages? I noticed that it’s a light gray. Is that a digital paper or just a color fill? Do you print it that way, or is it just for better visibility against the white blog background? Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚

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