oh, project life. i love you so much but i am so.very.behind. on you. i'm doing my best to embrace what i have done, and let go of what i don't. that being said, i'm still holding out hope for getting some more weeks done soon!
the studio calico PL kit is FINALLY free of the waiting list - yay! if you missed the codes in my post yesterday, you can use VALLEYPL for $5 off the first kit of a new subscription (use VALLEYSCRAPBOOK and VALLEYCARD for $5 off on the scrapbook and card kits, if those are more your speed!). this offer expires 6.30 at midnight EST (that's tomorrow night!).
here is my VALLEY HIGH PL kit only spread :
week 18 // april 27 - may 3rd : a day off school. a wet and cold may day. honors night. baseball and the school carnival, and a very sleepy sam.
i absolutely loved all the color in the PL kit this month - but i wanted even more! i ended up adding some watercolored rainbows to a couple of the black and white cards & i loved the effect.
i cut my "happy mail" stamp in half so i can get even more use out of it - i used the "happy" alone on my week card, but pieced it back together to add a label to a photo of some mail that was sent by sam.
for my next spread i added in the PL stamp add-on by Lili Niclass (love her style!) and the PL add-on (oh, the cork asterisks), as well as bits and pieces from other kits. i am wishing the new 4x6 paper pad had been ready in time to ship to the team - totally in love with the concept. more pattern? more color? sign me up.
week 23 // june 1-7 : baseball and teeball. swinging and the children's museum. a pep talk from a big bro. lazy mornings, ice cream sandwiches for dinner and the summer reading club.
my favorite way to PL is neutral backgrounds w/ lots of pops of color... and the valley high kits sure made it easy to find that color!!
the days of the week stamps from the stamp add-on were perfect for creating a week in review card - i stamped them in different colors on a grid card, then typed a line about each day.
happy saturday! we're off to buy a new dishwasher (ugh) and see monster's u (yay).