Week 39 and I still love this project.
This was a simple week - Paul was out of town and I was making stuff. I got a question the other day about if I consider this album an "Elise and Paul" album or an "Elise" album. That's a good question. Technically, I consider it an "Elise and Paul" album, but I do all the journaling, take all the photos and determine what goes in each week. I would be happy to share the documenting process with Paul but I don't think anything could interest him less. ;) It still tells our story though and that's the point.
This week's spread actually includes an insert page with more photos but it's currently top secret for a different project and I cannot share it here yet. I decided to take my favorite photo from the week and blow it up to 12x12 to make a big statement on a full pocket page. (This post has a tutorial for how I print a full page photo in sections on my home printer.)
I have done this a few times over the past year and still LOVE the impact it makes. I journaled right onto the photo with a Zig Millennium pen.
The right side is the simplest one I've had in awhile. Just photos and a folded bit David's Tea packaging. The packaging is bulky and was causing the pocket to gape so I clipped a paper clip around it and the plastic pocket and it's fitting better.
And that's that! Tomorrow I will blog about week 40 and I'm officially caught up with sharing.
supplies / Paper Source circle labels, Martha Stewart & Avery labels, American Crafts thickers, SMASH paper clip, Office Depot date stamp, Design A page protectors, Clementine core kit, Bebas quote font. I use a Fiskars corner rounder (it's not amazing, but it's lasted the longest of any corner rounder I've ever had). I am using a Zig Millennium 0.1 pen and Recollections glossy marker throughout this album.
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