Oh Week 9. This week's spread is actually what caused the delay in uploading my Project Life spreads on all my galleries. I was done with the entire layout except for two 3x4" pockets. My Type A personality won't let me upload Week 10 without uploading Week 9 first so I waited.
I was waiting for my cousins to upload photos from my nephew's baptism. I was too tired (and lazy) that day to take photos so I just relied on the "official" photos from my cousins. For some reason, they never uploaded it. Ha! So, I settled for an Instagram collage and repurposed the other 3x4" slot. All good.
PS. I apologize for the gloomy photos that are quite over-processed. Shooting with a smartphone during the rainy season isn't exactly ideal :/
I played with the idea of having 'circles' all over the spread. I just love circles or polka dots! I think it turned out quite well ;)
I love how foam dots add a little bit of dimension to your cards without going overboard like badges (but I love those too!).
Waze is such a cool application! Although I love Google Maps, right now, in the Philippines, Waze does a better job in showing traffic conditions and providing turn-by-turn navigation.
Also addicted to the Studio Calico Essentials Alpha. I always buy them whenever they're available in the store!
For small events, I like to dedicate the entire half of a page protector. Since it's my nephew's baptism, I included his invitation as well as a photo from his baby shoot. So freakin' adorable!
The card that says "Baby Thirdy" was supposed to be a full 3x4" photo from the event. Since I only had one photo collage lifted from Instagram, I just used up some felt blue alphas to spell out his name :)
Our sweet dog, Blue, is going through some rough patches. We're almost 100% certain that she has atopic dermatitis. It leaves her itchy all the times to the point that she's hurting herself :( There are only a few "legitimate" veterinarians in my country so we've been putting her on all kinds of diet to hopefully contain the dermatitis but to no avail. But after visiting a good vet, we were told that it must be atopic dermatitis. There's no cure for this but it can be contained through maintenance medications, which are so expensive :(
I hate to end a post on a sad note but we are doing everything we can to help her! She's doing much better now, with medications, and her wounds are finally healed.
That's it for Week 9! If you do Project Life as well, share your spreads through the comments section below ;)