It’s time to share my Project Life pages from September! I only had a few spreads to put together this time as I didn’t take a lot of photos. This month I used a lot of white in my journal cards and focused on picking out accent colours that tied the pages together.
I love my title page for this month – all those yellows and blues!
This spread includes a little insert – the order of service from our friends’ wedding. I love adding in bits of ephemera like that to my pages!
I find documenting weddings in my Project Life album pretty tricky, because I don’t usually take a lot of photos at my friends’ weddings, and the actual wedding photos are usually not available for a few months. For this page, I included the one semi-decent photo I managed to take of the happy couple, and added in bits and pieces from the wedding stationery to round out the story.
I played around with coloured journal cards for a while before realising that the best way forward was to use primarily white journal cards to give the eye a bit of a rest from all the saturated colours! Sometimes the simplest solution is the best.
I combined cards from one Becky Higgins kit with a card and some cardstock from the Maggie Holmes ‘Open Book’ collection for this page, because the warm neutral tones really matched well together!
This is one of my favourite pages of the month, which is funny because the main story it tells is of a pretty rubbish week when I was home sick. I used the daffodil photo as the inspiration for the colour palette here – I love how bright and cheerful this page looks, despite the less-than-cheerful story it’s telling!
I bookended my September pages with all my ‘niblings’, including my lovely little nephew-dog! Dannii and I have been walking Roscoe every weekend, and I’ve really loved getting to spend a little bit of quality time with him each week. I kept things pretty simple for this page – just a few phrase stickers, and red heart accents (which conveniently match with my red cardigan in the centre photo)!
And that’s it for September! I hope you enjoyed this look into my 2019 Project Life album – stay tuned next month for the October spreads!