I’ve posted the intro page, the inside cover, January’s pages, the first three weeks of February, and March to my Project Life 2015 album, and today I’m sharing the bunch of pages I created to document April.
The first few days of April found me in Florida, hash tagging all the fun family festivities #partyatGrams2015. Above and below are the pages in my album dedicated to those magical few days.
Below reveals how I embellish my Project Life album: by pairing me & my BIG ideas goodies with Studio Calico goodies. How great do these two circle embellishments go together! Love it!
Upon returning home from Florida, April blasted off to the moon! I got back into my work routine, Easter came and went, but the making and eating of our traditional Easter pierogis continued on. Cuddles with my niece, Valentina, and kitty craziness as well.
It finally started feeling and looking like spring — with my favorite neighborhood magnolia tree blooming.
…and then, in the middle of April, something amazing happened. I met a guy. I took a chance and asked him out. He said ‘yes’ and after some time passed, we went on a date. Take chances, people. That jumbo sticker from the Inspirational mambiSTICKS pack was called for.
I love my April [ shoe shot ] page below, and might just do a page like that for every month from now on.
The right side included ways I’ve kept myself healthy — through food and work outs. No secret. This is how we do it.
Turn the page, and the images become those taken after me and the new guy I met had our first date. I knew I really liked him, so the photos of me get increasingly cheesier and giddy. 😉
The sun and sitting outside and working in the sun were major themes of those few last days of April, hence the page below.
The final page for April was my “thank you” page to the universe. April 2015 was amazingly awesome to me, and everything about it was really good. Merci merci merci, April!
The first four months of 2015 are shoved in this album, and I’ve already got the next chevron Smash album lined up to document my May, June, July, and August. I plan to fit four months into each album, and have three full 6×8 albums to represent twenty|fifteen. Yay!