I'm back from my vacation and catching up! Just one week behind so I'm not stressing too much. Looking forward to playing with my vacation photos next.
You know how I love super simple, this week is no exception. I'm crazy for the series of photos of Jim with Charlotte after tubby time. They have a really sweet, special bond.
You know you're addicted to this project when you're excited to take photos of your X-ray at the doctor's office, even though you're in pain. Did you know that your insurance can deny MRI testing even if your doctor orders it? Yeah, I'm in major frustration mode here.
I made this little pocket to try something new. Just cut up a Project Life journaling card as the pull out. (Just some day job stuff that wouldn't be appropriate to share here, hence the blurring.)
I included the cover of the book I'm reading and an image from the camera project on the blog. It occured to me that I haven't really included much about Design Editor here. Need to work on that.
I made a photo card to highlight the photo of Charlotte and myself out at dinner. So rare!
FREE DOWNLOAD | The design of this card is versatile, so I'm offering it as a free download for you today! This is a 4x6 PSD layered template, editable in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. Add images to both squares and/or edit the blocks to include any color you like. The font I used on the label is Clarendon; you can download it for free here.
Get your template here: Download DE_SQUARESwithLABELCARD
(Here's my video tutorial on adding photos to layered templates in case you need it.)
SIDE NOTE | Saturday was my birthday and I figured out a fun way to store the sweet cards I received. I used the new Tall Envelope Pages from Becky Higgins. Love them!
P.S. I'm sharing this post on the Project Life link up at The Mom Creative.