Good Afternoon … it’s time for another Freshly Brewed Projects from the Latte Girls …
This week the brief was Project Life and I’ve chosen to use the Hello Lovely Card kit and Accessory Pack.
The cards in this set are to die for! Gorgeous ‘painted’ images and some with a water colour feel to them.
I love how the Accessory Packs now include a stamp set too! This pack also has some sweet overlays, stencils, stickers and embellishments – not to mention those cute little 2″ cards!
Now we’ve had a bit of a huge month here in the Schroder Household. It’s end of year so there’s all those school things to attend. My youngest has just gone into Year 12 this term and to say she had a good Year 11 is a bit of an understatement!
This first page is done using the new 12×12 Project Life Sheets and is actually a 9″x12″ sheet which is a bit cool when you want something to show under that page.
The top photo’s are from her High School Presentation Night where she was top in 6 subjects .. yes 6 subjects … did I mention she only does 6 subjects? My sister did say how nice it was of her to leave some subjects for other students 😉
The photo on the bottom right is from when she received the Victor Chang School Science Award! Pretty cool huh! She actually got to spend a day at the Victor Chang Institute seeing how they do research and such.
Emily is one of these kids who really hates to have her photo taken – not sure why as she such a beautiful kid! The photo top right is of her receiving her Academy Access Award. She has a guaranteed spot at any Western Sydney University if she wants it.
Here’s a close up of the card in the centre of this page. Dont you love the engraved wooden embellishment? The letters for her name came from the Accessory Kit and I used the Project Life Date It set for the December 2016.
I hope you’ve liked seeing something different today and everytime I do a project life layout I say to myself ‘this is fun – I should do it more often!’ It really is a quick and pretty way to preserve those memories you felt important enough to take a photo of them!
Thanks for stopping by …