Between major computer issues --, like purchasing a new computer and out of the starting gate we get a virus when trying to install microsoft - this makes no sense to me and my somewhat computer illiterate self. Thankfully, we loaded nothing onto it yet. Dell will be hearing from us pronto - well, just as soon as my not-so-computer-illiterate husband calls and dis-cuss-es the situation,-- I was able to put together week 3 of Project Life which wasn't this past week, but the week before. I've already got photos chosen for Week 4 and I still hope to get to it this week also to remain caught up.
Week 3 was all about the boys and Jeff going on a Father-Son campout with the boy scouts. It was a Freeze-out event and is usually the most fun camp of the year. And, it was! To top it off it was freezing, so it lived up to the name of the campout.
I used all Cathy Zielske digital products from Designer Digitals + one Ali Edwards digital brush. Lovin' the simplicity of my pages and the ease with which they are going together when I leave off a bunch of embellishments (except word brushes or such)
I'm tackling those scrapbooking albums, pulling all the pages out of their document protectors, putting them in piles by year. I have several albums to go. Once that chore is done, I'll chronological pile the pages, place them in document protectors, and load them into new, We R Memories, 12 x 12, 3-Ring, Teal, faux leather albums - my favorite color. I have an album in Red, of the same brand that I decided to use/reuse for all my Christmas pages and as I accumulate Christmas pages stay with the Red color.
I'm super pleased with my progress even though it is slow going, but watching those piles of scrapbooking pages increase in height, and the walk down memory lane, and seeing when I went from traditional paper scrapbooking to primarily digital, has been interesting. The chronological albums are going to look SWEET that is for sure.