Sunday, February 10, 2013

project life 2013 | week five

I really enjoyed putting week five together! With the beginning of February, a Valentine photo shoot and cheering for the 49ers, this layout just screamed red!!


For a change, I used a photo as my title card!! Not the first time I've done this, but the first time for 2013. I had this photo of my cup of hot chocolate (we've been enjoying this a lot lately with the cold weather) and it didn't fit into the rest of my layout but I really wanted to use it. I think it looks perfect right where it is!


You wouldn't know it by looking at these photos, but the girls weren't really into having a photo shoot...they just wanted to play Lalaloopsy dolls! Despite that, they looked so cute in their matching t-shirts!! This is the one time I actually do a photo shoot and I always manage to get some amazing pics of them!


And of course, Sunday was the Super Bowl. We were cheering for Daddy's favourite team, the 49ers. He has been a fan since he was a kid, so this was big for him, as they haven't made it to the Super Bowl in over 16 years, at least not since we've been together! I made the girls t-shirts, he wore his Jerry Rice jersey and I wore red. Despite our cheering, they lost! But they played a good second half...after the lights went out :) LOL

I used journaling cards from Miss Tina's Everyday Collection, as well as her Live Free : Love Life collection...both are free downloads! I also used elements from Pebbles - With Love kit.

I changed the background paper too! I wasn't sure if I should, since I was thinking of sticking to a white background all year, but when I added the grey to this layout, it just seemed right!

Thanks for looking!

3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous layout, as always! Can you share where you bought the label flag used on your title card (over the hot cocoa picture)? I have been looking for something similar, with no luck. Thanks :).

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    1. Hi Jac,

      I actually made that one from an existing label by Crystal Wilkerson. It's from her Too Cute to Spook kit. Originally, it had the words Happy Halloween on it. I removed them and then recoloured and added a white stroke around it. When it comes to labels, there are lots out there and almost every digital kit these days comes with a variety of them. I simply adapt them to suit my needs :) I hope that helps!

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