Welcome to another week of Project Life here at Elle’s Studio! This week’s Project Life covers the week of January 23-29, which is week 4 of Project Life.
I included three inserts this week (yes three!) because there were many photos and momentos to share and document. Here is the full spread of week 4:
Once again I used the 4×3 Vintage Calendar tag for my title spot. I love how the tag has a spot for journaling– it’s a perfect place to give an overview of the week.
The back of the invitation was a bandana print, which went perfectly with my color scheme for this week’s Project Life. The only thing I added was a journaling card from the Collected Note Tags and a bit of washi tape.
The second insert is a photo collage of this kids at the birthday party. It used a photo sleeve by We R Memory Keepers which hold nine 3.5 x 2.6 items (about the size of an instax). I used wallet photos but I had to trim the photos to fit the sleeve. I love how simple it is yet provides a great overview of the birthday party.
On the back side I used a piece of pattern paper (one of my favorites from American Crafts Dear Lizzy Neapolitan line), and trimmed it into the same size as the photos. At first I was planning to fill the whole back page with more party photos, but I decided that would make it really busy. So I used paper instead with a simple tag as a focal point.
My third insert was my daughters preschool Parent/Teacher evaluation. I thought her teacher’s comments were so sweet and a wonderful representation of who Jordan is at this particular age.
My final page included more journaling, a part of a bandana (since this was the party’s theme), and some photos of our trip through Super Bowl Village (a perk to living in this year’s Super Bowl city:).
I don’t always include inserts every week– much of it depends on the type of week we have had. I do feel inserts are a great item to add from time to time. School papers, photo collages, newspaper clippings, invitations, and cards are all great items to include within your Project Life week.