Four more weeks! It's easier to get them posted now that I've decided to post first and make final changes later. ;)
Week 29 Full Spread.
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Week 29 Left Side. All pictures. I used photoshop to add a white circle and then adjusted the opacity on the top-left picture. Catherine Davis has a free download and video tutorial for a similar label here. And the picture in the bottom right is what happens when you tell your three-year-old to laugh (instead of smile) for a picture.
Week 29 Right Side. I wasn't sure how to journal the shooting in Aurora, but I wanted to record it, so I googled the Denver Post website and got a pdf of the front page. I used a free photobooth app to get the photobooth pictures of Lincoln (bottom right). It was too clunky for a play app, though, so I deleted it.
Week 30 Full Spread.
Week 30 Left Side. I printed out a Me to Z list (that I posted here) and our cruise confirmation. I think I'm going to start paying less attention to putting pictures in the spread chronologically. Most of the pictures I take are on the weekend, so you can see with this spread that it means the left side is virtually blank and all the pictures are crammed into the right page. In fairness, a large part of that was because of the page protectors I used (for the first 40 weeks I'm rotating 4 of the 6 from the Big Variety Pack).
Week 30 Right Side. Mostly pictures. I found the Olympic Games poster on google, so I don't have a link. And I had to include the Sally Ride illustration here.
Week 31 Full Spread.
Week 31 Left Side. The Kitchen print is available here. I got some Olympics pictures from google for the events we watched the most.
Week 31 Right Side. Lots of PicFrame collages. Also my 32 by Thirty-Two list I posted here.
Week 32 Full Spread.
Week 32 Left Side. Pictures and journaling. I love that PL lets me record the freshly cleaned porch and my OCD stacking of the groceries at the store.
Week 32 Right Side. I used BubbleFrame, the label add-on in PicFrame, and Phonto to make the alligator/crocodile hat picture. The collage in the bottom left is Lincoln's photography efforts at Target.
Thanks for looking! I think I have just 1 more 4-week post, and then I'll be able to share one week at a time. You can check out my other Project Life pages here.
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