Will be back with the full pictures tomorrow due to the plague of my life, bad lighting where I stay. But till then, my close-ups.
And yes I have taken to decorating even the "filler" cards from the Clementine kit, with washi tape and stitching. I found that it works when you do want to journal something but don't have enough to fill up the whole card (and are OCD like me about not having your writing be able to expand beyond a certain size.
Well, like everyone else who has been doing Project Life, I too have been inspired by the many many oodles of inspiration put out there. Here are just some that I have been enjoying:
1. Lisa Truesdall aka gluestickgirl: It was through her PL sharing that I "realised" that it could be possible to personalise your own cards and stuff. And that she managed to most of it too. She also shares a series on twopeasinabucket.com for tips on Project Life
2. Kelly Purkey: Seeing how she has chosen to document her life with PL as a singl living in the city has been inspiring in more ways than one, especially how she is not afraid to blow up her photos to occupy multiple slots. Love the different take on PL
3. Michelle Wooderson: A Mish Mash of things is her blog title as well as how she approaches PL as well. Perfect for inspiring me to dig deeper into my stash.
4. Leena Loh: Another Singaporean doing PL (: It's nice to see familiar sights of where I stay and she has a white and bright colour scheme to her Project Life and also incoporates many little bits.
5. May Scholz aka SiameseStudio: A digital Project Lifer from Thailand. Her pages are fantastic with the digital elements that she uses, both from Jessica Sprague and outside of Project Life. Definitely an inspiration for those thinking of doing it digitally or wanting to incorporate digital elements.
Do pay a visit and hope that you would gain some inspiration from them. There are also a number of PLers in Asia on my list that I would be sharing soon too, for those of use in Asia who are attempting Project Life.
Project Life is a line of products by Becky Higgins, and can be used for documentation of daily life or anything else you may want. I am using it to remember the year and take more photos of my everyday. For those who live in Asia, you can get your PL supplies from Scraplicious. Follow my PL journey here. You can check out more project life week pages all around the web, check out The Mom Creative.
I have also been working on more digital designs over the weekend and am proud to share a new camera set of badges, as with many out there, I am a camera lover too.
It includes six different fun cameras. In clockwise direction, starting from the top right hand corner: Actionsampler, Polaroid camera, Diana, Holga, Blackbird fly and Rangefinder.
As with all the badges I have, they do not come with adhesive, but you can easily attach them with foam dots/squares or glossy accents/beacons. They are available at my etsy shop, which you can also get to from the links on the right side bar.
In addition to that, I have also polaroids printable journaling cards for sale.
The set includes two 4x6 cards, one vertical and one horizontal (this one can be used with PL page protectors B and D), as well as two 3x4 cards (which measure 2.88x3.88 to ensure easy slotability into the pockets). I think that the polariod frame is definitely useable and it's all for just $2.50. Also available in my etsy and I might put it up in the shop here too.
Have a good start of the week! I'll be catching up and trying to put myself back on schedule with Week 7 of Project Life.