Another very big week – this week had all sorts of random things, including a minor league baseball game, a new windshield, a movie, and most importantly, my sister’s bachelorette party. I had too much to include, so I cut down a standard page for an insert, and then was able to devote a whole page to photos from my sister’s bachelorette party.
The left side; again I am happy with the cohesion of the colors (even though it’s kind of unintentional as I’m randomly pulling papers from my pile).
Getting my windshield replaced totally stressed me out. I’m glad it’s done but I’m also nerdy-happy that I managed to get a photo of my car sans windshield, too.
That thunderstorm commute made an impact, and the photo I took while I was pulled over conveyed the freakiness fairly well. The Today stamp is from Elise‘s stamp shop, and the Monday journaling card is from Ormolu.
The front side of the insert: a photo of Dan I totally love, my baseball game ticket (and an extra beer coupon), and beer, of course.
The back of the insert: love the orange/yellow! I printed a photo from the dressing room, cut out a bit of the paper bag from American Eagle, and printed the movie poster for Ted, which I saw on Friday which a bunch of my friends.
When my office barbecues, we mean business, that’s for sure.
A full page dedicated to my sister’s bachelorette: overly pink, of course. Our limo driver took the photo of all the girls on the party bus, and I took the photo of the bachelorette banner we taped to my sister’s back deck the next morning.
An Of Monsters and Men song that’s been stuck in my head lyric, and a more detailed description of the night inside the chevron pocket. I also printed the image from the evite we sent out, and I’m glad I thought to stick the bridal party bracelet I wore. This is the part of Project Life that appeals to me so much: I loved the design of the invite, and I’d want to keep the bracelet but why would you keep something like that? To put it in a Project Life pocket, that’s why.
And I’m sure in ten years I’ll find the blurry photo of me drinking out of a tequila bottle in a moving vehicle hilarious (hell, I find it hilarious even a week later, just because it’s so out of character). So, you know.