Tuesday, 23 September 2014

laying it out | not ready

Autumn is definitely here. I'm not ready. Not at all. The past two weeks have been pretty good considering, with sun and warm weather, but yesterday was the definite turn. I'm pretty sure we will be seeing the typical south Sweden autumn days with rain coming sideways, wind that goes straight through you, and bone chilling damp. So no, I'm not ready one little bit. I had to make a layout about it.

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(Supplies: This Year 2014 Fall Kit by Scotty Girl Design, Clean and Simple n21 by Sabrina's Creations)

Friday, 12 September 2014

laying it out | daily routine

My days have not been the most eventful this past year. Being ill has forced me to find new routines. Now that I am working more again, there are a few of those new routines that I want to hold on to, that have helped me feel better. I want to keep my own health and well being at the top of my list. I might now feel up to all of them everyday, but I want to keep the ambition and the drive.

The list includes:
breathing (not just simply breathing but breathing right)
enjoying the little things
think positively
see beauty where I look
eat well
get fresh air
listen to music
do relaxation
tell someone I love them
tell myself I love me

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(Supplies: Daily Routine by Anita Designs)

What do you have on your list of things that make you feel good?

Monday, 8 September 2014

project life | august 4-17

I admit it, I have fallen behind. I gave myself the permission to step away from scrapbooking during our summer holiday, and somehow it was very difficult to get back on it once we went back to "normal" again. I guess I was bound to hit the wall sometime, doing a continual project is a lot of work. Hitting that big goal of mine at turning forty was probably a factor in falling into a slump. I do have a new goal set - finishing the year up - and I am determined to meet it. I just needed a breather.

I have made the spreads for the first two weeks of August, so I am just going to go ahead and share them now. I can't say for sure when I am going to be up to date. I don't want to put that kind of pressure on myself. But, in any case, here they are!

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Peace Love & Sunshine, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Peace Love & Sunshine, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life DIY Shop, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life DIY Shop, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley)

Monday, 25 August 2014

laying it out | streets of barcelona

I have been on holiday for a couple of weeks, and last week we took a short trip to Barcelona for a couple of days.

Going to Barcelona in August is apparently a very good idea if you want to be trapped with thousands upon thousands of tourists at every major landmark/sight, metro, and larger streets. If you don't, going in August is apparently a bad idea. Well, even though I was contributing to the problem, I really did not like all that people swarming everywhere. It spoiled many parts of the trip for me as I felt stressed, irritated, and frustrated when it was so cramped.

Also, going in August is apparently not a great idea if you want to keep up with your foodie status and eat at really good places that the locals go to. Apparently many of them close for holiday the whole month. So that was a good deal of my research and food blog sourcing out the window.

We did manage to find places to go and see that were away from the crowds, and we did find good eats. I am planning on doing a separate post on our trip, with photographic evidence, but I haven't had time to edit them all just yet.

So in the meantime here is a layout that I created for the 3-way challenge this week at Pixels & Company. The photos are somall, but if you squint real hard, you will see some of the stuff we found to be really nice.

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(Supplies: Four Ws by Happy Box, Lifeline No 01 Templates, Summerific by Creashens, Psych by Karla Dudley)

Friday, 8 August 2014

laying it out | all new

Happy Friday!
I wanted to share two brand new layouts I just created!

On my birthday last week we spent the day in Copenhagen together, and got this selfie while we were resting tired feet in a bar. I am so in love with it. I love his hand on my hair, his face touching my head, the tenderness that the photo conveys. I had to scrap it, really.
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(Supplies: Psych by Karla Dudley)

The husband also took the big one in this layout, and I love it equally much.
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(Supplies: Psych Kit, Hush Brushes by Karla Dudley, Take The Metro Papers by Sugarplum Paperie, Quick Scraps Vol 04 by Anita Designs)

Rehashing the whole "woe is me, I can't eat ice cream" thing again with this layout.
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(Supplies: Summer Pop Shoppe by Scotty Girl Design, Travel Adventure Templates by Digital Scrapbook Ingredients)

All these supplies are available at Pixels & Company today!

Wednesday, 6 August 2014

bookmaker | london album photographed

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With the failure a while back to post a link to my Blurb book of the London album I created, I had a request to come back with some pictures of the book once it arrived, and with my thoughts on the quality.

First off, with the software that Blub provides; the Book Smart Program, it is very easy to put the book together. The software is downloaded to your computer and you choose the pages and so on without having to be online. Once you are finished you upload to the Blurb website and are taken directly to the ordering page. Very convenient. It did take a while for the upload to process as I had full bleed 12x12 pages.

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Blurb offers two different speed delivery options at different rates. I chose the cheaper one and was given an estimated delivery date about a week and a half from ordering. The book was delivered to my house via FedEx three days before the estimate. I think Blurb added a European print site to their American one a while back, so that is probably the reason for the speedy delivery to Sweden. I was very happy.

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I chose a hardcover book with image wrap (I really don't like dust jackets) with the premium lustre paper. The quality of the paper is really nice. It's very thick and I've had a few comments on that from people I've shown the book to. They have all thought two pages were stuck together. I really like it.

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The print quality is far better than what I have seen with other album printers (of which Shutterfly is the only American one). The colours match those on my computer very well. The saturation is very good (one point where Shutterfly often failed in my opinion). Blacks are mostly really nice. There are some images that could have been better but I couldn't say that this isn't an error on my part in my editing.

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All in all I am very happy with this album, and wouldn't recommend anyone to go anywhere else for printing their albums. This was my third album ordered from Blurb and they have all been equally nice.

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Tuesday, 5 August 2014

project life | project life phone app beta test

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I was fortunate enough to be asked to try out the Project Life app that is coming real soon from Becky Higgins! And wow, is this app going to revolutionize documenting life! If you do Project Life digitally, and you do the Project Life format (i.e. you are not as difficult as I am) then you will love how quick and easy this app is making it for you.

Here are a few examples that I created on my phone. The all literally took five minutes to whip up! It's simply a matter of popping in the photos and cards, adding your text, and you're done. Fabulous!

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I am sure you have lots of questions! I don't have a lot of answers for you at this moment, other than to say that the app is brilliant, but Becky Higgins did adress it with a Q&A post on her blog last week.

Monday, 4 August 2014

project life | full circle - weeks of July 21 and July 28

A year ago I started a project that I knew would be a tough job to follow through. I still wanted to give it a go. I wanted to document my last year as a 30-something. I started doing Project Life. What I didn't know then was that just about a month in, my whole world as I knew it would change and I would be faced with enormous struggles with my mental and physical health.

It's been a hard, hard year for me, this past year. There have been moments where I thought things just could not get any worse. There have been moments where I didn't even have the strength to lift my head from my pillow. There have been moments where all I did was cry. Later there were moments where I worked hard on facing my inner demons and owning up to what I have done to myself for most of my life, and where I tried to find new ways of thinking and doing things.

Through all this, I kept on working on my Project Life pages every week (well, almost). Some weeks I wanted to throw the computer out the window and some weeks it was a welcome break for a stressed out brain. Throughout the year doing Project Life helped me be consistent with taking photos and writing down details of my life, however sad or uneventful it may have seemed at first glance.

A few weeks ago, I looked through all my pages and it struck me that in the midst of all the darkness and hardships, there were indeed little glimpses of light and joy as well. Some weeks they were tiny and some weeks they were monumental. But they were there if I only looked hard enough to see them. That realisation was so very important to me and my continued road to being a better, healthier, and happier me.

As I hit save on my last latest page, thus concluding a full year of Project Life and my first PL album, I cried. This project has been a crutch for me this past year. I was filled with so much emotion as I put together the spreads for the last two weeks of July. I have so much respect for how much it has given me to do this. I am also immensly proud of the effort that I have put in; the many hours that I have spent working on my pages and creative work that has gone in to the project.

So with these words, I am moved and proud when I say that here are the last two spreads of my first Project Life album:

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Boys Rule, Becky Higgins Project Life Coral, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Boys Rule, Becky Higgins Project Life Coral, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Odds & Ends, Becky Higgins Project Life Amy Tangerine Plus One, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight,  In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Odds & Ends, Becky Higgins Project Life Amy Tangerine Plus One, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight,  In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley)

Naturally, I had to create an album cover and a title page for the album.
I chose to step away from the templates that I have used in the book, but tried to keep them both consistent with the rest.

The cover:
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The title page:
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Now, this is not the end of Project Life for me. I have decided to keep on going. From next week until the end of the year I will keep doing Project Life in the format that I have been doing so far. Once the year is up, I will put those last four months in an album on its own. What format I will be using next year is yet to be decided. I figure I've got time to worry abou that later.

So, until next week, this is me signing off the Project Life duty! See ya!

Do you want a full overview of all the pages for this album? Just check out my Project Life page.
Do you want to read about my process and approach? Check out my comprehensive post.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

project life | week of july 14

Hello and welcome to the weekly installment of Project Life here on my blog.
Las week was a good one, with beautiful weather, lots of fun little things happening, and me in a pretty decent place.

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Hi Sunshine, Becky Higgins Project Life Stampin Up Happiness Is, Becky Higgins Project Life Stampin Up Everyday Adventures, Becky Higgins Project Life Kiwi, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Hi Sunshine, Becky Higgins Project Life  Stampin Up Happiness Is, Becky Higgins Project Life Stampin Up Everyday Adventures, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley)

I am still struggling with deciding what to do once I finish a full year next week. Right now it seems my only option is to keep going until the end of the year with this format, but print it in a separate book. It's not ideal, and it bugs me a lot, but to be honest it hurts more to let go of the initial idea of covering my last year as a 30-something. But, yeah, I am still debating with myself. If anyone wants to give me their thoughts, I would appreciate it!

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

laying it out | in summer mode

I'm in full summer mode at the moment. Of course, as I am typing this the rain is pouring down outside. Now that is typically Swedish summer for you! But we have had some great days lately and I am looking forward to more. This has found me in the mood to scrap all summer layouts!

So for as long as I can remember I have hated the beach and the water.
One, I am very afraid of water (which is due to an incident when I was a kid) and will only swim if I know I can put my feet down and touch the ground. I will never, ever put my head under water.
Two, I get sunburned very easily, and also got melanoma 10 years ago, so I don't want to be half naked in the sun.
Three, I have hated the way my body looks since I was in my early teens, so I don't want to be half naked period.
This means I very rarely join in the fun when swimming is on the agenda.

I have been contemplating the situation for a while and have decided that I need to change this. I don't want to miss out because I have issues with cellulite and saddle bags. I don't want to feel bad about myself. I don't want to put focus on the less than stellar parts of my body. I don't want the kids around me to remember me as the bore who never played along, and I certainly don't want to set a bad example regarding body image. So I made this layout. And I bought myself a bikini and hit the pool.

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(Supplies: Best Summer Ever - At The Beach, Best Summer Ever Full Kit by Mommyish, A Story Captured Vol 7 by Anita Designs)

And even though there are no pictures of me in the pool, let's not go too far right away, this happened that night. The boys are such water animals, and they spent most of the afternoon and night splashing around.
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(Supplies: DiSTRESSed Patterns 3 by Scotty Girl Designs, Seaside Serenity by Anita Designs, Summerific Elements by Creashens, Jack Elements by Laura Passage and Mommyish, Tweedy by Mommyish, Bermuda Triangle (alpha) by Gennifer Bursett)

I recently became lactose intolerant, which means that it's hard for me to find good ice cream out and about. This is a bit of a sad thing for me as I absolutely love ice cream. Especially the soft and fluffy kind you get in Italy. We did get an ice cream maker so that I can make my own, so I think I'm going to live. This photo is about a moment in the summer of 2013 when we visited with my sister and her boyfriend in Milano.
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(Supplies: Ice Cream card template set by Kelleigh Ratzlaff, Confectionary Papers, My Tribe by Gennifer Bursett, Essential Styles, Best Summer Ever At The Beach by Mommyish, Watercolor Overlays by Celeste Knight)

I have never been good at lounging around, doing nothing. It literally crawls under my skin when I have nothing to do, even if it's just perusing Pinterest. But it's a thing that I need to work on, and what better way than working on it on a sunny day under an unbrella in the garden?
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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Kiwi, Becky Higgins Project Life Coral, Hello Love by Karla Dudley, Some Flairs Vol 8 by Anita Designs, Best Summer Ever At The Beach by Mommyish)

Monday, 14 July 2014

project life | entering the final stretch

The final stretch! Of my first year as a Project Lifer, that is! This month I will be completing what I set out to be a project about my last year in my 30s. I can't tell you how excited I am to get the layouts uploaded to Blurb and that album ordered.

But with being so close, I found myself feeling more pressure for the pages to be perfect. It's a stupid thing, really. Because here I have done 100 pages for this album and now I worry about the last ten? Also, whatever is perfect anyway? But yes, I have been in agony over my colour choice for the month (I finally settled with blue/aqua to round off where I started a year ago), placement, photos, journaling. That is why it took a while to get these pages posted. Sitting here writing this I am realizing that having the pages done is so much more important than them being "perfect". I will have to be careful to put that kind of pressure on this project. It's not good for me.

So here are the pages for the last week of June, and the two first of July.
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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Stampin Up Happiness Is, Becky Higgins Project Life Stampin Up Everyday Adventures, Becky Higgins Project Life Coral, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Stampin Up Playground, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Life 365 The Buttons by Karla Dudley)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Amy Tangerine Plus One, Becky Higgins Project Life Just Add Color, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, Becky Higgins Project Life Dear Lizzy Polka Dot Party, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Hello Love by Karla Dudley)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Maggie Holmes Styleboard, Becky Higgins Project Life Dear Lizzy Day Dreamer, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Hello Love by Karla Dudley)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Personal Yearbook, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, Becky Higgins Project Life Seafoam, Becky Higgins Project Life Dear Lizzy Polka Dot Party, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Jade, Becky Higgins Project Life Summer, Becky Higgins Project Life Personal Yearbook, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, Becky Higgins Project Life Seafoam)

With being so close to completion, it has me thinking about what I should do with the remainder of the year. I know I want to keep documenting but being the way I am, I know I want to start a new project on Jan 1, 2015 and then do a full calendar year. But that leaves five months of 2014. Do I make a separate album for those months? And do I continue with this format? Do I make it easier on myself and just go with the "normal" Project Life format? So many thoughts, so many questions. I have a few more weeks to go before I need to decide. What would you advise?

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

laying it out | a little bit of this ...

I always participate in the Digimorph games at Pixels and Company. In June we kicked off another one. Never took part? Check out the forums for the reveal post to see some really beautiful work. The game goes like this: One layout is chosen from the gallery by our fearless leader Kat. The layout is sent to two people taking part. They scraplift and then send it on. And so it goes until everyone signed up have created a layout on their own. It's like that whispers game we played as kids, you know?

Anyway, this time I was first up to create a layout and this was the result:
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(Supplies: Carefree by Anita Designs, A Lifetime The Elements, Hop Happy, Life 365 The Buttons, Limeade Spiked Solids by Karla Dudley, Julep Full Kit, Elemental Frames vol. 1 by Gennifer Bursett, Basically by Mommyish, Be Thankful Minikit by Robyn Meierotto)

Summer has been giving us both good and bad weather so far. We are still working for a couple of weeks before it's time for summer holiday, but we are doing our best to enjoy the days. Nothing so far has compared to this one night about a year ago though. I had to remember and indulge for a while, and created this layout:
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(Supplies: Summerific Elements, Summerific Papers by Creashens, A Story Captured Vol 7 by Anita Designs)

My little nephew spent a day with me last week, and we spent a good deal of it pretending we were pirates on a big ship, at the local playground. It was nothing short of blissful. Naturally, he was the captain who kept losing his coconuts and fishing rods. Naturally I was the deck hand who had to climb up and down getting them. LOL! But what I wouldn't do for him!
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(Supplies: Etc. by Happy Box, Back To Basics Papers by Digital Scrapbook Ingredients, Painted Pie Charts by Gennifer Bursett, Essential Styles by Mommyish, Summerific Elements by Creashens, Stitched Down Volume 4 Template by Laura Passage)

And, no, I haven't forgotten about Project Life! I will do a post tomorrow!

Monday, 7 July 2014

laying it out | template challenge and freebie

I am hosting the template challenge at Pixels and Company this month, and yes, you guessed it! With a template challenge comes a template! Come on over and play along, why don't you? The challenge is up for the month of July.

This is the template freebie that I made:
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And here is the sample layout I made with the template:
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(Credits: Four Ws by Happy Box, Life 365 The Papers by Karla Dudley)

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

laying it out | art journaling, kind of

A few weeks back we had a conversation on the P&Co forum about scrapping who you are, and not only what happens to you in life. I have been thinking about it for a while, and to hear other scrappers' points of views and feelings was valuable to me.

I haven't really felt that art journaling was something for me. Mostly because I couldn't identify with the style that most art journalers keep to. The drawn girls and the bright colours just aren't my style. But as it was pointed out, art journaling doesn't have to be just that. it can be whatever you want; the point is to journal your thoughts and feelings.

So I am giving it a try. So far I have made two layouts.
I am sharing them here today with much humility. Both because the topics are very sensitive and humbling and because it's a style that I don't feel completely confident with.

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(Supplies: Heart Art: Value Bundle #3, Heart Art: Be Brave, A Fine Life: Frames by Sugarplum Paperie, A Lifetime by Karla Dudley, Far And Away | Elements by Gennifer Bursett)

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(Supplies: A Story Captured Vol 7 by Anita Designs, Heart Art Masquerade, Heart Art On the Edge by Sugarplum Paperie, Julep by Gennifer Bursett, Stamp Press Life, Life 365 The Butterflies by Karla Dudley, Some Kind of Wonderful by KimB's Designs)

Do you scrap who you are? How do you go about it?

Monday, 23 June 2014

project life | mid summer weeks

I know, friends, I have been gone for too long! I needed the break to be honest. It's been a tough couple of weeks around these parts so I have tried to minimize my online time.

I do have layouts to share, and also photos from a couple of photo walks around my hometown. But for today, I am sharing my Project Life pages from the past two weeks. Lots of colour in these layouts! I think that goes with the season; with blue skies, lots of flowers, veggies and berries. We don't have those kinds of colour during winter in Scandinavia!

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Stampin Up Happiness Is, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Bright Side Of Life by Anita Designs)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Stampin Up Happiness Is, In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab, Bright Side Of Life by Anita Designs)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Enjoy Life, Becky Higgins Project Life Dear Lizzy Polka Dot Party, Becky Higgins Project Life Maggie Holmes, Becky Higgins Project Life Coral, Becky Higgins Project Life Midnight, Life 365 Buttons,  In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab)

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(Supplies: Becky Higgins Project Life Stampin Up Playground, Becky Higgins Project Life Coral, Becky Higgins Project Life  Midnight, Becky Higgins Project Life  Just Add Color Overlays, Life 365 Buttons,  In Stitches Neutral Basics by Robyn Meierotto, Homebody by Shannon McNab)