Yay for the first week of #LittleSummerJOY! I'm already loving this project, are you?
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Yesterday afternoon, I spent the day at home so I was able to get some work done on my album in between processing new store orders and doing some much needed housework. This week, Tracey prompted us to create a seasonal manifesto. What a fun idea! I probably sat at my desk for thirty minutes trying to think of what I want to accomplish this summer... In the end, it came down to simple joys - eating ice cream, spending time with family, attending a local festival, and just soaking up the fun of summertime.
Next, I layered in another piece of vellum that I picked up a local scrapbook store, along with some rub on flowers I had stored in my stash as home. I topped it off with one of my cork stickers, available in the Shoppe.
I wanted this album to be a little bit more exciting and non traditional, so I've mixed in a few surprises along the way, like this planner page I took out of a notebook. I jotted down our normal routine and then followed it with some journaling about finding JOY in the every day routine, noting things I was thankful for. I finished the page off with some simple enamel dots I had in my stash and a gold stamped palm tree from my Mom's stamp collection.
How is your #LittleSummerJOY project coming along? Tag me on Instagram, I'd love to see it. Happy Scrapping!
#LittleSummerJOY | A FREE 6-week course hosted by LittlePaperProjects.com, created by Jennifer Lake and Julie Gagen. Full of prompts and inspiration from various talented contributors, the class is about documenting your summer accomplishments, joys, and fun. To join in the FREE class, click here!