A Disney Layout with Feed Your Craft


For the month of March I was given the privilege of being the Special Guest for the Feed Your Craft Creative Team! March’s kit is called Grow Wild and it’s absolutely gorgeous! For my first spread with this kit, I decided to make a page for my Disney album. This documents times in Frontierland from our last day in the parks. I love the colors in the kit and they worked really well with my photos. I used the die-cuts a lot in this layout, which is kind of unusual for me, but again they worked really well with my photos.

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Project Life 2018 Plans

I’m currently in the process of wrapping up my 2017 Project Life album and my December Daily so I thought this would be a great time to share my 2018 plans (its also the beginning of the year, so obvious, yeah…).


9×12 again: I really loved this size album. My first year (2016), I did 12×12 which felt pretty overwhelming to me a lot of times. 9×12 was more comfortable for me, I like that there are lots of options for using 3×4 photos and journaling cards, and I just like the look of the page.

Bright, bright, bright!: I think this was my original plan last year but that sort of immediately got away from me. I love bright colors, bright journaling cards and papers, and my favorite layouts last year were the really colorful ones. So expect a lot of color in 2018!

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A Disney Album: I know I’m going to take 8000 photos when I go to Walt Disney World (next month!!) so its definitely going to need its own album. I’ll be using 9×12 for this too. I’ll also include a spread in my regular Project Life album of my favorite photos from the trip.

More curated photos: Seeing as this is my third year doing Project Life, and frankly my life hasn’t changed a ton over those 3 years, I don’t feel the need to document every little thing. So that means throwing out the idea of weekly or monthly spreads and more just documenting what I have to document. I’m going to focus on taking better photos and things that are different, and of course, any big events will still get documented.

Probably no December Daily: I had fun taking all of the photos for my December Daily, and I loved my supplies, but putting the album together is another story, well a story I’m still working on. I almost feel like I came to resent having to work on this album and I just wanted to get it done! Because of that, I don’t feel like I’m able to create my best work. With already knowing I’m going to have two large albums going this year, I don’t know if I want to put that extra pressure on myself. December is 12 months away, though, so we’ll see!

How are you documenting 2018? Are you doing Project Life or something else? Let me know!




December Daily Days 2, 3, and 4

Hi everyone! Today I have a few pages in my December Daily to share. Let’s start with Day 2.


On this day I had taken several photos and done various things. I worked on this album, watched Brave for the first time, and went shopping in the evening with my mom. I decided the best way to use these photos was to use a grid page. Because I wanted to journal about everything I did this day, I used one of the cut-aparts from Crate Paper and added my journaling on the back.


As for my supplies, I used a variety of Crate Paper papers from Falala, Carousel, and even going all the way back to Bloom. I embellished with bits from Felicity Jane (the Sparkle chipboard), Feed Your Craft (the snowman die-cut), and the Target Dollar Spot (the little stars).


For day 3 I did a double page spread. This day I decorated the tree so I had a lot of photos again. I really didn’t journal at all, except for adding the “tree decorating” title, because I feel like the photos speak for themselves.


This page again used Crate Paper papers (they’re just the best!) and I embellished with Feed Your Craft puffy stickers and a mini flair button.


I took an Instax photo of the tree (which is terrible by the way, my film is old) and I decided to make it into its own little layout. This one has very similar supplies again: Crate Paper papers and Feed Your Craft die-cuts.


For Day 4 I used the back side of the layout from the 3rd. I documented a haircut, and commented on how every time I cut my hair there is so little difference that no one can ever tell its been cut.


I used my absolute favorite Thickers from Amy Tangerine and my favorite tiny alphas from Tim Holtz.


Finally I embellished with a few Crate Paper stickers.


And that’s it! How is December memory keeping going for you?





December Daily Set Up and Day 1


Warning: photo heavy post ahead! To be quite honest I’ve been a bit anxious about starting my December Daily album. Perfectionism has set in, especially with seeing all the beautiful albums people have made in the past. But I made myself get started and my album will be what it will be. I don’t print my photos at home so unfortunately I’m not able to complete an entire spread each day. ¬†I’m probably going to stop my album at the 25th so I’ll have the last part of December to finish everything up (and because I have the whole last week of the month off, it shouldn’t be a problem). I’m continuing my Project Life through December, so if anything exciting happens during that last week I’ll record it there. I’m going to make my December Daily more detailed, and my Project Life will be more of a “highlights reel”, which is pretty much how it is anyway.


I’ve been loving using the Crate Paper Falala¬†collection, and I’ve already used a lot of the paper, stickers, and ephemera. The front of my title page uses all of the colors I plan to incorporate into the album.


For the back I did more of a black and white theme and added a bit of green because I liked how the plaids looked together.


This page is my “reason why” page. I pretty much detailed my reason in my last December Daily post, so check that out if you haven’t yet! And, yes, I haven’t completed the December Bucket List card; that’ll get done eventually.


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And here is December 1st! Its a pretty simple spread, but I’m loving the lighter shade of green with the pops of red.

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If you’re doing December Daily, how is it going so far? Let me know in the comments!