2020 | Year in the Life with Stampinbuds – Week 6
A ‘Year in the Life‘ – Week 6.
Well… it’s been a year now since my dad passed away. And while the week started out hard, it’s funny how several of the days saw some unexpected celebratory moments. From receiving my 5# weight-loss pin to earning 5th place in the nation for Team Building with CTMH. Then, to reach 1000 followers on Instagram, too? Crazy! You would never know just by looking at the pictures that this week was expected to be a rough one, can you?
My immediate instinct, this week, was to carry over the Sapphire and Raspberry colors from last week AGAIN. But I refrained. I decided to bring in some different blue tones and a little bit of Mint to spruce things up.
I will admit, though, I am still struggling with my design choices a bit. I think I talked about that a bit last week? I’m half tempted to go back and redo most of the album and make it more fun and more ME like my January Page. I’m not really known for creating along the lines of ‘simple’ so it’s really starting to make me second guess myself. …And yes, even Consultants can have irrational moments like these! So we’ll see what happens in the weeks to come.
Year in the Life – Week 6 Pocket Page Recipe:
- Modern Typewriter Alphabet Stamp Set
- Celebrate Today Picture My Life Cards
- Bluebird Cardstock
- Carolina Cardstock
- Mint Cardstock
- White Daisy Cardstock
- Archival Black Ink Pad
- Bluebird Ink Pad
- Carolina Ink Pad
- Mint Ink Pad
- Stitched Heart Thin Cuts
- Sponge Daubers
Next week, I’ll be sharing my week 7 layout which will cover February 10 – 16. I still need to create my February title page and my closing pages for both January and February, too. Hopefully I’ll be able to find a little extra time to get those done soon. When I do, I’ll be sure to share them!
Remember, if you are a part of my Close To My Heart Team or my Customer VIP Group I am excited to see your week 6 creations! It’s not too late to join in!
If you have any questions for me, please feel free to leave your comments in the box below. I’m always happy to help.