My monthly approach to Project Life is rolling along. In February, I took 208 photos and 97 percent were taken with my iPhone. My total page count for this month’s installment? Four. At this rate, I’ll have a book under 50 pages, which is probably just about perfect. That said, it was such a pleasant experience to sit down on Monday night and make these pages. I designed a new add on pack for this series of templates and one of the designs is my new favorite because it’s just designed to house Instagrams. I know, fun, right?
Here’s a look at my February pages.
This is the all Instagram template. Spots for photos. Spots for journal spots. And little Instagram logos that are optional. This new template also comes in 8.5 x 11.
Yes, I had to bust out the Gaussian Blur one more time. I love these ladies and shortly after this photo was taken, Dan’s shirt came off for about 10 seconds. No one needs to be associated with that. (What? You haven’t read the story? Oh, by all means, go here.)
Yes! I also just realized I used the Mary Tyler Moore statue photo twice. I may change that. Or not.
These last three pages are all part of the Life Basics Minimal No. 03 Add On Pack. I pulled in a title and text block from the also relatively new monthly journal set and used one of the square photo slots for my journaling. Honestly? February was a veddy interesting month from an emotional standpoint, so I didn’t really have a lot to say about it in terms of public sharing. And yet, the photos and words tell part of the story and that’s good enough for me.
One thing I didn’t do this month was to add a screened-back background graphic. I just didn’t use anything that I wanted to enlarge.
I am using digital images from my forthcoming Project Life Value Kit. Of course, I can access the files because I made them, but Becky Higgins Central will be releasing them soon. The physical set is showing up in Michael’s store’s already, so that’s a good sign!
Minimal Basics sets are also available in 8.5 x 11 as well. Find them here.