Friday, March 29, 2013

Hi and welcome to our March Project Life Blog Hop for our Project Life Connection Group “Project Everyday Blessings” We are here to sharing with you each month where we are with our Project Life System, Albums & Techniques. Its our hope that we will inspire you to capture memories and record them.

If you missed the full line up here it is:

Katina Martinez {Loving Life's Little Blessings}
Wendy Cranford -{Luvin' Stampin' Up}
Melissa Miller {Living Life Creatively & With Twins}
Deveney Stolk -

If you came from: Wendy Cranford -{Luvin' Stampin' Up} You are on the right track

Now Lets get started …. Here is my Project Life for this Month:

This month we are focusing on journaling. In my Project Life, this is an important part of the storytelling that occurs. Every night, I reflect/journal about what happened during the day; while making sure that I cover any photos that I took. If someone says/does something particularly memorable, I will write it down at the first chance I get so I don't forget.
Daily Journal Entry
 This is the left side of my Week 10 layout! I have incorporated a few different ways I journal on this page.

Sunday journaling: Z had his camera out today, and since the photos from his toddler camera aren't of the best quality I tend to print them smaller. This allowed me to attach the best pictures to a card and then use the open space at the bottom of the card to add my journaling.

Monday: I attached a picture to the left side of a 4x6 card and then journaled in the empty space on the right.

Monday: This is another image from Monday, I used a journaling card that had the perfect sentiment already printed on it.

Tuesday: I used letter stickers to "journal" on this picture. Sometimes, a picture mostly speaks for itself and doesn't need more that a couple words of journaling.

In our "Family" album, I write everything in first person (from my perspective). In Z and R's albums, I write everything from me to them; unless it is a quote, then I write it exactly as they said it (or as best I can).

Please hop to – Deveney Stolk -

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