Seriously can life fly by any faster? Wow…I don’t think it could…I feel like we are in hyper drive and Project Life is at least helping me to slow down and take the scenic route. So thankful for that!
Well, some of you may not know me, I’m Kelli Johnson. I am married to my college sweetheart, live in Virginia and have 2 kids and a crazy Doodle named, Paddington. I have been scrapbooking for 16+ years now! But Project Life has transformed the way I scrapbook.
I met Jessica in Birmingham, Alabama at a scrapbooking conference and we became instant friends. I only wished we lived closer to each other. I’m so happy to be here with you all today, hosting what I consider a highlight to my week!
You can find me at In My Life. I mostly post about scrapbooking and my family.
On with the show!
Week 12 thoughts:
- loved using my phone camera this week. I do not have an iPhone but I do love the Camera 360 app on my android phone and pretty much use it 99% of the time when taking phone shots
- trying to make sure one child is not represented more then the other is a challenge
- I can’t tell myself enough…”TAKE YOUR CAMERA PLACES AND USE IT!”
- I prefer journaling as I go, it works better for me and I like the outcome
- highlighting the nows: movie tickets, weather, daily exercise, receipts, etc. will be cool later I just know it.
- this has nothing to do with Project Life, however if you are married…go on dates, it’s a good thing
So here is my week:
Title Card: See through Hambly transparency, date stamp, October Afternoon letter stickers and twine.
Up Close Look at my journal cards, washi tape, Amy Tan letter thickers and masking tape (love masking tape). And here is an example of two times I didn’t have my camera, but I think it was still important for me to document with words. (there is total of 4x this week I wish I had a photo)
More upclose journaling: Both of these moments I documented on Facebook earlier this week, if it’s appropriate to be public that is a great way to quickly jot a kid quote down or a mishap such as the loss of my Keurig. (Keurig completely replaced it by the way)