Today I am sharing my last February Project Life page. This one features a snowy school day and a self-assigned project. The snowy school day was at the school where I teach. The snow was falling and we just kept on reading Hamlet. The self-assigned project was my youngest's Olympic torch and report. He just decided that he wanted to make one and then present it to his class. He's a mess.
Make Your Mark
I love using Becky Higgins' Design H page protectors. They are exactly half of a Design A and they come in super handy when I don't have quite enough pictures to fill an entire page.
Valentine's Day has come and gone, and I forgot to post my Valentine Project Life pages from last year. Oops. I hope you still see something inspiring even though the theme has passed.
The conversation heart paper was my favorite from the instant that I saw it. And it just so happens that the coordinating paper was perfect for a Valentine's meal with my two boys.
I love the pops of yellow in this line. All the bright colors offset my son's dark pajamas and the room's dark furniture. The pictures of Ethan making Rainbow Loom bracelets for all his classmates are just too sweet.
My husband sent me a dozen beautiful roses the day before Valentine's Day, so I could get them at school. The black and white polka dotted bow with the red roses was so pretty. I really enjoyed smelling them each day, too. I even used the Watercolor App to paint a picture of them. And I really lucked out at how well these papers match all my pics.
I have just one more February layout to post, so I'll be back with that next week. March is right around the corner, so I'll also be sharing a sneak peek of my March layouts. See you soon!
Happy Saturday to you, friends! I'm finally feeling a bit better after having the flu, so I thought I would pop on and share one of my February Project Life pages. I am still working one year behind, so these pictures are from an ice storm that we had last year. We were out of school for three days due to widespread power outages and dangerous road conditions. I thought the trees were so lovely that I took quite a few pics to share.
The "Grateful" card reminded me just how thankful I was that we didn't lose our power and that we had a full pantry and rack of wood. We stayed indoors and enjoyed some down time.
Thanks so much for coming by. See you soon with a few more pages.