Happy National Scrapbook Day!! I'm super excited to be participating in the Pebbles DT Blog Hop today!
The Pebbles Design Team has been busy gearing up for National Scrapbook Day. Each of our talented designers have created layouts and memory keeping projects using Pebbles product. Here's a quick sneak peek at all of them...
We know you will not want to miss visiting each of the sites for details on the full project...
Wendy Sue Anderson
Visit each Design Team member's website, and leave a comment. Once you have finished, visit Pebbles, and enter to win $200 in Pebbles products so that you can get creating on your own!
So - on to my project. I'm guessing most people hopping on by aren't aware of the dismal status of my Proect Life. ;) This, my friends, is week FOUR - we're still talking January! But, I'm slowly and surely trucking along. My Project Life pages are very clean and simple. I often pick a color scheme for the week and then just choose a bunch of paper and embellishments that include my chosen colors. Pebbles products are great for Project Life because their papers often feature fun small-scale patterns on the B-sides and their embellishments are often easy to mix and match with! I couldn't even tell you how many different lines I worked with in this Project Life spread. Okay, yes - I could - there are some oldies, but ggodies in there: Basics, Yours Truly, Lakeside, Family Ties, Front Porch, Seen & Noted, From Me to You, and Love You More. For those counting, that is EIGHT different lines.
And so, I present Week Four- the SICKEST week EVER! And, not in like, "Dude! Those skateboarding moves were SICK!!", but rather, "Dude! The toddler just threw up all over the couch SICK." Yeah...it was no fun. The thickers don't lie - we really did all get the flu. I didn't have many great photos of this week, because I was too busy being miserable - but I tried to liven up the spread with fun colors and the long "title" of the week, which uses one of my all time favorite Pebbles products - Lakeside Chalkboard Thickers. I think I did a decent job of making it still seem fun, though the giant botttle of medication kind of kills the happy vibe!! Here's a look at the full spread:
The one non-Pebbles product I used was my favorite Martha Stewart labels.
Project Life is memory keeping at its finest - the little every day details, which is why I would realy like to keep working on it, even though I'm so behind! If you ilke to check out my other Projetct Life spreads (you know, all three of them) click here! Have a fun National Scrapbook Day!! I hope you win the big prize! ;)