It has been one month since I launched the #hashtagthisweek prompts... Each week has been something new and fun... It has been so exciting to see the creative projects that each of you submit throughout the week. I enjoy looking through the entries and reading the accompanying blog posts and stories. Memory keeping is such a wonderful thing - it's not limited to one specific way or a particular style. Thus, the creative possibilities are endless! No matter how you document your memories, the most important part is that you do it!
I want to give a special shout out to Gina at Digital Design Essentials for her freebies that's she's provided. It is so fun to collaborate with her each week and see what she comes up with!
Today, I want to take a moment to just feature a few of my favorite entries thus far...
Week 1 - Morning Routine
One of my favorite entries was from Jessica of Color Cast Designs. Her clean layout is so attractive with the black and white cards and pops of color. Not to mention her little touches of wood veneer, which we all know is my absolute favorite! I love that she took the time to document the story of her Sunday morning routine.
Week 2 - In the Evening
I ADORE this layout from Rachel, a super talented digital scrapbooker. You can visit her blog here. Her sweet photo, so perfectly framed by these lovely digital elements makes this entire layout visually appealing. Its a sweet layout that tugs on the heart strings and tells a story in its own unique way.
Week 3 - Dinnertime
This week was a close call between two layouts as a favorite for me, but Emily's spread here totally wow'd me. I just love her 6x8 spreads and her blog.... Oh my... I could spend hours there reading about her adorable son and their adventures. I love her use of words and her photography. I think I found my new best friend.
Week 4 - These Hands by Meg Woolston, Marmalade Mementos
My favorite entry for last week was Sandy from the Pocket Source. She used Amie's free cards in her spread and added some hot pink pops that fit perfectly! I love how she used the prompt not just for all the daily lists, but rather to document a particular point in her life.
Along with those who have entered via the link up on my blog each week, there have also been countless entries via Instagram and Facebook. Here is a little round up of my favorites that have come in from Instagram under #hashtagthisweek.
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