Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Project Life {November 2015}

Oh how I've been missing playing with pretty paper. I finished these pages a couple of weeks ago, and haven't had a chance to do any more crafting. My assortment of cards came from digital files, cards I designed, and patterned paper. The pages are cut down from my stash of 12x12 pocket pages. It ended up working really well to use 6x12 pages because I was able to arrange my photos to tell a little story on each spread.


For the first page, I selected some of the nature photos I'd taken during the month and then my journaling is a general overview of how November was for me. The second page focuses on stories at home and at my parents.


The third page is about the hubs and his travel for work and the last is very dear to me because it's about the work Brandi and I did to launch a flair release and also about dipping our toes in the water with the first of new items we offered beyond flair.

I've got my fingers crossed that there is time this weekend to complete my December Daily. Hope you have a lovely rest of your week! :)

Supplies:
cards - MPM Mosaic - The Lilypad
patterned paper, acorn stickers, labels, "remember" stamp - Felicity Jane
leaf paper clip - Pink Paislee {Cedar Lane}
Here's the Story stamp set - In a Creative Bubble
journaling font - Intro Head R Base

12 comments:

  1. These are wonderful pages, your photography is excellent as always Elise. I too am hoping to carve out some time to work on my DD.

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  2. Love your pages. The photos are fabulous too! What a great shot of that leaf!

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  3. Your photography is always so amazing, Elise! I'm always drawn to the kitties, but I love them all. :) Good luck with finishing up your DD! :)

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  4. Love your stuff, and how awesomely creative you are. Michelle t

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  5. Love the snippets of color resonating throughout each layout! Love me some FYC!

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  6. I just love your style so much Elise!!
    Wonderful pages! so artistic!!

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  7. As always you leave me feeling inspired and wanting to craft. Your pages ROCK!

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  8. Cutting down the pages works so well...VERY neat idea! Love the stories you tell with pictures, too. Looking good & hoping the shop with Other Stuff in it does really well for you girls :)

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  9. Your pages are so beautiful.
    I love love love the photo of the sun through the maple leaf...love it!

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  10. Elise, I love the size you used. Always inspired by your creations!

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Thank you so much for taking your time to comment, I truly appreciate all your kind words!