Project Life Week 4

Friday, February 14, 2014

So here's the end of "week 4" (see my last PL entry to understand the dates...) My next PL post will be those beautiful Jamaica pictures!! I plan on spending Sunday on PL and setting up my One Little Word album. I just ordered it. It's so pretty!!

Onto the week's layout: Again, I didn't have a ton of pictures to use, so weeks 3 and 4 were great opportunities to do 1 page spreads. I purposefully made the layouts separate from one other. It wasn't important to me to make them coordinate since technically they're not the same week.

The blue 3x4 with hearts on it is one of my customized coral cards. Love it!

Love this chipboard heart I got from Michael's (made by MAMBI).

Snow and one of my favorite Kate Spade bags.

I had the urge to make banana bread (and no, I had never made it before). I got on Pinterest and found the best banana bread recipe available. It was SO GOOD!! I have a hard time using these thin Studio Calico stickers from January... they just don't show up enough for me, even with the washi behind it. Oh well - still cute!

I'm linking up my page on The Mom Creative - a great source of PL inspiration!

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  1. Great looking PL page, Emily! Have a great, crafty Sunday, looking forward to seeing what you create! :)

  2. Nice pages! And now I'm craving banana nut bread! lol

  3. Great page, love the all the uses of hearts you have here.

    1. Leslie, I didn't even realize how many hearts were on this page... how fitting that I posted it on Valentine's Day! (totally unintentional lol)

  4. Super cute page, looking forward to the Jamaica layout :) Have a fantastic crafty day, I'm planning to do the same Sunday too :)

  5. Very nice PL layout ! Love all your hearts. Thanks for playing along with us at Use Your Stuff !


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