I am slowly but surely continuing on with my everyday journal - not everyday as in I add something to it every day. But everyday as in I am using my Instagram and cell phone pictures (that I might not otherwise use for a layout) and including more in-depth journaling. This smaller format is PERFECT for me. It allows me to keep the time for each page at roughly thirty minutes (although that does lengthen whenever I decide to add cute little inserts that I can't seem to resist).
Today, I am up at PRETTY LITTLE STUDIO showcasing several of my recent pages (yes, I am still a few months behind but I am getting there).
Pretty Little Studio products are absolutely perfectamundo for my little hybrid wants-to-be-a-project-life-but-not-ready-for-that-commitment-yet journal. Why? Because PLS has tons (and I do mean lots and lots and lots) of die cards, journaling tags, tabs, word bubbles, banner flags - all things perfect for a little journal like mine. Want to see?
The tags and die cuts from the NATURE WALK COLLECTION were perfect for this page about Little Lula who loves to tell me stories - all kinds of stories! And her little face is so-o-o-o-o-o expressive that I love to photograph her whenever she is telling me a story. Right now, Goldilocks and The 3 Little Pigs are two of her favorites.
Of course, I couldn't resist making a little pocket insert with these adorable Nature Walk die cuts and journaling tags! How cute is that little bear??? And with two pockets, I have more than enough room to journal all I want.
And, Pretty Little Studio papers and products are also perfect for pages about bigger kids. Like, much bigger kids. Like, kids that are so big you might otherwise mistake them for adults. Like...me.
Like...this page...where I am finally revealing one of my secret morning rituals to the world. Nope, it's not about an expensive Parisian face cream that costs $250 per ounce. It's much geekier and much more juvenile than that...
Notice the little decorative strips of paper at the bottom of this page? If you guessed those are scraps that I absolutely could not throw away because I KNEW they would be perfect for some unknown project in the future, you would be 100% correct. But they are perfect for this page so I am feeling completely justified about my scrap paper
hording storage habits.
And finally, this last page - which is really just a page in progress...
If I didn't know better, I would swear the powers-that-be at Pretty Little Studio snuck into my Mama's house and found a birthday card from my childhood squirreled away in my old bedroom. But, uh, I don't know who put the 45 numbers on the card. Certainly not me....I can't possibly be that old yet. Seriously. Honest.
And that's it for me today. Do you do Project Life or any hybrid form like this? If so, what do you do to keep up and not fall behind? I would love to hear your tips and ideas!