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Thursday, 13 May 2010

A Week in the Life - the finished product, almost.

So this is it. One of the most rewarding and all consuming projects that I have ever embarked on. I love it though and had a blast through each phase. I don't think that I will do one every year like Ali Edwards does, maybe every 5 years so that there is a distinct physical difference in us and our surroundings... In addition to the 4 pages per day that Ali suggested, I added a journaling page every day. I was going to type them out but then thought that this was the sort of project that called for hand writing. I do have a couple more things to add but they will get added when they get added. I need to have a nap :o) Sorry that the pics are a little blurry; I didn't have the energy to take them out of the page protectors. You get the gist though!



















8 comments:

Jenn said...

You caught some beautiful photos!! Your finished project is very inspiring!!!

PamelaM said...

I saw this IRL and it is awesome. You did a great job capturing your week and you must be so proud of your finished product.

PS - wanna do one for me too...please? lol!

Cathy W said...

I know you can do it Pam! When you start yours I'll be sure to take lots of pics of you at work!

ZoomZoomZoom said...

gorgeous! love the design and your own personal additions! isn't this a fun project?

Christina said...

I miss you... I miss sb with you, I forget nice layouts are when done. I love this idea, you did an AMAZING job. I now feel inspired. Maybe I"ll make it a project this summer when my nieces are here. Thanks for sharing and for getting the blog back up. I'll be sure to check back often :)

xo

Cathy W said...

I miss you to Christina and our weekly scrapbooking get togethers - maybe you'll live out this way again soon and we can do it again. This would definilty be a great project to do with the kiddos around. I bet they'd be little hams for the camera too!

"The real" MarthaSue said...

awesome book :) love it!

Hyun Ju said...

It is beautiful.
PS- When it comes to "Luck", you actually make your own luck. So you deserve it!