Yeah, I can't believe it either. I have been doing this Photo-of-the-Day gig for 10 weeks! I was quite skeptical when I began, pretty much believing I had lost my sanity. But, here I am.
Interestingly enough, I was reading some information about one of my crafting idols, Stacy Julian, and how, a few years back, she was in the limelight defending her idea that scrapbooking did not have to be organized chronologically. I plan to read more about this concept, but it's one that opened me up to a lot of freedom over the past several years. That, and Cathy Zielske saying, "Hey, know what? Who cares if you scrapbook with the same photo you already used? If it's a great shot...use it!", have been somewhat earth-shattering embraces that have allowed me to get some serious amount of scrapbooking done. More to come as I learn more about Stacy's organizational ideas.
Why that ramble? Because last week (gasp), I skipped a day! I had a whole lot about June 7, but nothing for June 8. Nada. Zip. So, you know what? I rolled with it. June 8, 2013, I am sure you were awesome. But I put my head on my pillow without a shot. And I allowed it. And that is wicked awesome.
Full layout (AKA trying to take a picture at night with really cruddy lighting)
Left Close: Hellllo, Rain! I so love you. I used the Title Card and a little Plato Photoshop magic, and L.O.V.E. it. I also put my expanding collection of cute-as-hell rotary stamps to good use.
Right close: Oooh, yes, I di-id. We R Memory Keepers photo sleeve. I bought these BEFORE Project Life existed with this idea that I could, indeed, be Ali Edwards. They sat on my shelves, mocking me. Who's laughing now, suckas? Anyway, can you even believe I let a picture of my legs in my swimsuit be a 6 x 8 shot on this page? Oy! More Rain edition digital prints, a sticker (so sorry to say I have no clue of the company), a few arrow stickers from PL, Part 1, doodled on by yours truly. What a flipping easy page! Love this page protector!
Now, off to order some white cardstock. And probably a Project Life binder. I need a 12-step program.