Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Project Life - Weeks Eleven Through Fifteen

I haven't posted any Project Life updates lately.  I got a little bit behind schedule and then I really had to sit down and force myself to get back on track during Spring Break.  I am going to just post my title cards and some highlights because there are a TON of pictures here.

I'm not sure how I managed to capture this in flight photo of my son at soccer practice (on my IPhone no less) but it was worthy of a bigger picture size than the standard 4 x 6.  It's actually 6 x 8 and I trimmed it to fit into 2 4 x 6 pockets.  This is a Design G page protector that I just cut down.  The other side has pictures from our trip to the science museum that weekend.

Every so often I get the urge to include an instagram photo.  I know it's really big with a lot of project lifers but I often find them to be more work than their are worth.  That said, lunch with my Dad and sisters was spectacular and I had my IPhone handy so Instagram it was.   

And 8 1/2 x 11 insert for some memorabilia from Grandparents Day at my son's school.

Holy rotated photo batman!  Sorry about this!  This is a self-portrait I took while we were at the cabin and I printed it in a 6 x 12 photo with my Wide Format Printer.  Love it!  I am also experimenting with a bit of digital scrapbooking.  I added a few elements from the This Full Life kit by Kara Dudley.  

The back of the self-portrait is a 6 x 12 collage that I put together using a Cathy Zielske pre-done frame.  I see myself moving more and more toward digital scrapbook which is unusual because I never thought I would like it.  But I love putting together things like this and the odd and out of the ordinary size photos I can create.  And I am getting more and more comfortable designing on my laptop.

There are two inserts on this week.  The second is is a Design G insert and I love it.  I am really enjoying including larger photos in this album.  Don't you just love this waterfall?  Who knew we lived so close to such fabulous sites!

My first Picture In picture in Photoshop Elements.  This is our loaf of gluten caisein free bread that my MIL baked for me and my kids.  It turned out so well.  So finally - sandwiches that everyone can enjoy!

Paper:  Echo Park's Note To Self
Silhouette:  Print & Cut title & journal cards using Silhouette images & Kerri Bradford images
Pictures:  Printed using my Epson Artisan 1430 and also my Canon Selphy, digital brushes by Ali Edwards
Miscellaneous embellishments:  Amy Tan, The Girls Paperie, Heidi Grace Epoxy Stickers, miscelleanous titles from my stash

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Just fabulous!! I had to scroll through a few times to make sure I didn't miss anything!! You captured everything beautifully :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. Just lovely! The pictures, the layouts are just lovely.

  3. Good for you - although I did not see any canoe pics :) My favorite is your self-portrait in the window. Lookin good my friend - way to go...

  4. The reason you don't see any pictures of that is because my camera was submerged underwater for almost three hours. I thoroughly enjoyed having to buy a new camera!

  5. Wow - these look fabulous Sabrina.


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