project life: november

I can’t believe it’s December.  That means it’s my final month as part of the Project Life Creative Team.  I’m SO sad that my time is coming to an end.  Fastest year ever?  I think so.  

But don’t fear… I will be using Project Life again next year!  I know you were SO worried.  I just may not be sharing my pages monthly on the blog anymore.  If that’s upsetting to you, feel free to let me know and we can work something out.  [in other words:  I haven’t really decided what I’m going to do.]

Oh, and P.S… if you missed it, Becky shared a lovely article on her blog last week about my Project Life journey.


November 3 – 9.  Gaga (Grandpa) came for a visit!  His first time since we moved here!  We had fun taking him to the Aquarium, Pikes Market & Snoqualmie Falls.  Jill loved meeting her Grandpa (she smiled so much for him!) and Colin loved the constant attention (spoiled rotten).

Great examples of simple family yearbook pages using Project Life!

November 10 – 16.  I used my favorite photos from my day in the life.  And I had to sneak in a photo of John from his trip to LA.  He was filming a promo with Tom Arnold.

Great examples of simple family yearbook pages using Project Life!

November 17 – 23.  What a ridiculously happy page, right?  So much color!  I already shared quite a bit about Colin’s 2nd birthday so I won’t go into it again.

Great examples of simple family yearbook pages using Project Life!

November 24 – 30.  I played around with this page for quite awhile, but couldn’t come up with something I loved.  The photos are so random.  I finally just left it because done is better than perfect, right?

Great examples of simple family yearbook pages using Project Life!

Do some of the page designs look familiar this month?  As I’ve shared before, I love to recycle my pages, in the name of simplicity & time saving.  With different pictures & journaling- the pages actually look quite different!

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project life: november

I can’t believe it’s December.  That means it’s my final month as part of the Project Life Creative Team.  I’m SO sad that my time is coming to an end.  Fastest year ever?  I think so.  

But don’t fear… I will be using Project Life again next year!  I know you were SO worried.  I just may not be sharing my pages monthly on the blog anymore.  If that’s upsetting to you, feel free to let me know and we can work something out.  [in other words:  I haven’t really decided what I’m going to do.]

Oh, and P.S… if you missed it, Becky shared a lovely article on her blog last week about my Project Life journey.


November 3 – 9.  Gaga (Grandpa) came for a visit!  His first time since we moved here!  We had fun taking him to the Aquarium, Pikes Market & Snoqualmie Falls.  Jill loved meeting her Grandpa (she smiled so much for him!) and Colin loved the constant attention (spoiled rotten).

Great examples of simple family yearbook pages using Project Life!

November 10 – 16.  I used my favorite photos from my day in the life.  And I had to sneak in a photo of John from his trip to LA.  He was filming a promo with Tom Arnold.

Great examples of simple family yearbook pages using Project Life!

November 17 – 23.  What a ridiculously happy page, right?  So much color!  I already shared quite a bit about Colin’s 2nd birthday so I won’t go into it again.

Great examples of simple family yearbook pages using Project Life!

November 24 – 30.  I played around with this page for quite awhile, but couldn’t come up with something I loved.  The photos are so random.  I finally just left it because done is better than perfect, right?

Great examples of simple family yearbook pages using Project Life!

Do some of the page designs look familiar this month?  As I’ve shared before, I love to recycle my pages, in the name of simplicity & time saving.  With different pictures & journaling- the pages actually look quite different!

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