Week 15 (1of 3)
This Week's Project Life spread was difficult to take photos of.
There were 5 pieces total:
1) 6x12 Insert (front side)
2) 6x12 Insert (back side)
3) the Knotts Tasting Card (front side)
4) the Knotts Tasting Card (back side)
5) the 12x12 Layout
- Traditional Pocket Pages
Despite the difficulty I tried my best to photograph it so you could see it in action; in other words, how it would look if you were flipping through my album. Hopefully you see it!
This week we took another Tuesday off and went to the Knotts Boysenberry Festival.
Our second time attending; my first as a vegetarian.
We tried lots of good eats, though there weren't many veggie options...but I made it work!
I included photos of mine and David's favorite dishes -
David's: Boysenberry Glazed Salmon w/ Mixed Greens topped w/ a Boysenberry Vinaigrette
Mine: Boysenberry Waffle w/ Maple Boysenberry Cream Cheese Syrup; it was surprisingly very fluffy w/ a donut-like consistency!
Also we finally tried Knott's Calico Soda: a Knotts Secret Recipe, non-alcoholic drink, we loved it!
A couple of side notes:
>David's Zombie Charlie Brown Shirt is from Society 6.
>I used a hole punch to add the tasting card directly into the album.
As for the rest of the week:
- Snuggles w/ Hamlet... who doesn't understand "personal space"! Look at his hoof on my lap, LOL
- Spotty got a bath. We actually don't bathe him very often.
- A cute photo of Hamlet
- Avocado and Soy Chorizo Pizza
- Brought out and filled up Hamlet's Pool.
Journaling: "Signs of hot weather? When the pool gets filled... the Pig Pool that is.
Though 84(degrees) is just the start! (hashtag) SoCal"
-Hamlet enjoying some Chili Mango slices.
A snack I received in my monthly subscription snack box that I did not like.
I created the "Week 15 + Date Range" Card on the Project Life App that way I could include the small photo of Spotty as well.
- Kelly Purkey
- Kellie Stamps
- Elle's Studio
- Studio Calico
- We R Memory Keepers
- Becky Higgins
- Time Holtz
You may or may not have noticed but I mainly stick to same manufacturers for my scrappy supplies. I'm finding it much easier to get pages done w/ my go-to products.