OBSERVATIONS: Well, it was bound to happen. The old switcheroo is at hand. I started my second album to house my Project Life content for 2012. July through December will now reside in a brand spanking new binder. Aw, look how adorable the twins are!
I am presently using the 12 x 12 albums from We R Memory Keepers. Something about these albums just feels right. They're sturdy, simple and classic. And even though my Volume 1 isn't bursting at the seams, I'm a person who is not a fan of overstuffed, unwieldy albums. Here, I'll show you how full Volume One is:
See, just enough to make it very easy to lift and store. Can I get an amen from the lift and store fans?
Now I don't know how many of you out there use these albums, but for those of you who do, I've got a free binder label download for you to snag today. Customize it any way you like and keep it mind, it should work with all sizes of We R Memory Keeper albums. The PSD file looks like this:
This file is only for Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. I've dropped Arial (most of you will have this on your computer) and then I added a free script called Blackjack for the word "project". Keep in mind, you'll have to fudge the font placement a bit depending on what fonts you choose. When you're done, simply send this file to print on a 4 x 6 photo paper (with the borderless print option turned OFF), trim and place into your binders. Click on the file below to download, and enjoy!
Because I was starting a new album, I needed to use 3 pages worth of photos in order to get the spreads back on track. So here are my pages for last week.
I really didn't have enough photos for this week, which led me to resort to the shot on the upper right of the page above and the throwaway text: art is everywhere. Not my proudest moment. Truth be told.
Nor is this shot below but I like to think our kids will remember: our parents were dorks. That, and they were big on lists!
Here's the weekly recap:
I know I say this often, but for an old school scrapbooker who has experienced the highest of scrapbooking highs, and the lowest of lows (and yes, I'll leave those to your creative imagination), I love this album beyond compare.
And that's all I wrote for Week Twenty-Seven.