Project Life Pages for May 2015

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Another batch of digital Project Life pages is done. This month, I created a few more pages because I had a few more photos to choose from. 1,447 if I’m keeping track. Know this: it’s only because I took about 1,100 shots at the state ultimate championships with them fancy lenses. It put my photo total a bit over the top. My response? Make a few more pages. Here are my pages for May 2015. | project life pages

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I recently fielded a question about how to deal with picking out the right photos to use for a project like this. My advice is pretty simple: just do it. What I mean by that is this: you can’t document it all. You can’t save every last, loving moment of your life without compromising your sanity in some way. I had over 1,400 images to choose from. I spent 15 minutes scrolling through the month of May and picked out these. It’s enough. Hell, it’s more than enough! It’s fantastic. Just some key images from our lives from the past 31 days.

Clean, simple and virtually crap-free. That is what Project Life is all about for this memory keeper.

Minimal Basics Template Set (12 x 12)
Life Basics Minimal No. 03 Add On Pack (12 x 12)
Twelve Month Sans 6 x 4 Cards
CZ Design Project Life Value Kit
Super simple No. 01 Brushes & Stamps

Minimal Basics sets are also available in 8.5 x 11 as well. Find them here.

January Pages
February Pages
March Pages
April Pages

Cathy ZielskeProject Life Pages for May 2015

13 Comments on “Project Life Pages for May 2015”

  1. #2

    First, I love how simple this is. So regularly doable.
    Second, I think there are a couple of typos in the page with Aidan getting her license. This might not be the final product but if it is, just wanted to be sure it reads as you intended.

  2. #4
    Theresa J Wahl

    great month and pics – thanks for sharing!

    ***when i enlarged the last photo to read, it gave me a ‘next’ option which showed me the original photo WITHOUT words blurred out. Wanted to give you a heads-up.

  3. #5
    Debby D

    YAYAYAYAY! I feel like a big dork, but I really look forward to your grand post of pages each month. Such a big pile of inspiration – thank you!

    I am loving using both sets of your 12×12 Minimal Basics templates. I was initially worried that the wide margin wouldn’t look right across a two page spread for me, but it is actually really nice. I feel like each page can stand alone if it needs to, or not if it doesn’t. Does that make sense?

    YAY again! 😀

  4. #6

    I really, REALLY love your approach this year. I’m still doing weekly pages, but I just might try this next year.
    Curious – what fonts are you using? Thanks for the inspiration!

    1. #6.1
      Cathy Zielske

      Hey Chrystal!

      Mostly I’m using the Archer font family for journaling and Avenir for the little lines of text I drop over the photos. 🙂

  5. #7
    Carol Anne

    OMG, Cole looks so grown-up! No more Dan “Mini-Me”. Thanks to you, I’m thinking about renting a big lens for a couple gymnastics meets next season.

  6. #8

    I really like seeing these. It’s a good reminder to me that not every picture should be a face. In fact, I should do way less faces and more surroundings. Good to see

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