I'm loving Just Jaimee's April 2015 Storyteller Raine Collection (available at the Lilypad) ... it was so bright and fun for making my collection of Project Life week 11 photos ... and I think the bright colors show off the beautiful photo of my husband's grandmother who sadly passed away last week at the age of 97. (She doesn't look like she was 97 does she?) While we're of course sad because we're going to miss her ... we are happy that she lived an awesome, full life!
This photo is a favorite of mine. I love looking back at the kids and how little they looked back in 2008. They were all so little ... times have changed a bit! I loved them then ... I love them even more now. :)
Summertime ... it really is around the corner. I'm sure of it! :) Also ... it's my birthday tomorrow so I decided to create a template with this page to share with you. Click here for a link to the template download. Enjoy!
Have you tried out stacked pocket cards yet? They're a great addition to the digi stash! Just Jaimee's got 4 different stacked sets on sale at The Lilypadnow that she created with Erin, Carrie and Lynette.
More photos from the cousins girls weekend at my house this past weekend. I'm so glad these girls have such a great time together!
Created with: Stitched Grids Templates by Scotty Girl Designs; iCaptured and Year in Review collabs by Just Jaimee and Mommyish; various Storyteller collections by Just Jaimee; Upside Buttons by Karla Dudley Designs; FLOURISHY FONT: Rushistly
epic.ness, Sup and Upside by Karla Dudley Design; iCaptured by Just Jaimee and Mommyish; Scribbled Alpha by Creashens; Loosely Labeled Dates and Slide Frames No. 3 by Katie Pertiet Designs; FStop by Scotty Girl Designs; Everyday Life Library Card Date Stamps by Wishing Well Creations
I've now looked through all the photos I took in March 2014 and decided I've scrapped all the stories I want to tell for my family album for that month. (Nope ... I don't look at my months in any particular order ... I jump around!) Once I've made that decision I go through the month's photos and find photos that I like but that I haven't scrapped in a page of their own. These photos make up my "Random Snapshots" pages. I was so glad when I decided to make these random snapshots pages ... I feel like it makes my book so much more comprehensive. Not all stories are big stories that need their own pages. Sometimes just looking at random snapshots tells a story all it's own don't you think?!
I'm getting close to finishing up my 2014 family album! I'm at the point now where I'm going back and looking through my photos for the year and figuring what stories I still want to tell in my album. It's a fun process ... and still I'm anxious to finish it up so I can print my album and look through all my pages for the year!