I’m onto album three for the year, and using one Becky Higgins 6×8″ for three months seems to be working for me. I’m not sure how the embellishment-heavy 6x8ers are doing. I’d imagine an album a month, which doesn’t quite seem okay to me. About half way into 6×8 I realised that I wouldn’t be doing another year at this size. I’m still enjoying it, but I don’t think I would for another year. I am however loving what my month dividers are looking like when they’ve got some paper friends around them. 6×8″ really does rock big photos like it’s nobody’s business.
This is my third year making an X at X list. This year it’s 27 at 27. I’ve had almost 100% success rate, and it’s less of a bucket list and more of a “my priorities at this age currently look like this” list. Right now, it looks like my life is full of disgusting German heat, quality over quantity friends, Griffin, German admin, and German breakfast.
That ridiculous photo of breakfast you see there? Yeah. For four people. We each received our own bucket of bread that came along with a bag to take leftovers home. There were six bread rolls in each. SIX! And the worst part was that every single one was delicious. It used to be that my carb of choice was pasta, but congratulations Germany because you’ve made it bread.
Griffin’s the only one enjoying the heat. He pretends to get too hot to walk and I end up carrying him. You can see how excited he is about that, and I’ve purposely cropped out the bit where I am not excited about looking like the person who carries her toy dog around like an idiot.
These kits went perfectly with the current mood. I’m quite happy about that. If you haven’t yet checked it out, my Project Life galleries are totally up to date. Organisational success, I’d say.
Products: Gossamer Blue August kits
Project Life is an awesome, easy way of memory keeping and remembering the small things that make up life. All you need is photos and something to put it in. I just like to get fancy. This is my third year and it still excites me. I’ve blogged spreads for 2008-2013, 2013, 2014, and 2015 (or you can see them at a glance in the galleries: 2008-2013, 2013, 2014, 2015). I share my pages on Instagram too (#cgpl2015).