Still haven't found pics of week 16....
More outdoor play, some spring cleaning, tree planting, a beautiful blooming rhododendron, crabby patties and an allergy scare.
My new favorite thing to do is using letter stickers directly on the photos. I had been using labels but got tired of it. These BasicGrey letter stickers are the perfect size for this project and I want a set in EVERY color. White is my favorite because it seems to pop off the picture.
Left Side: My hubby planted a tree and was so proud of himself! The 'grow where you are planted card' is perfect for the story. He also attempted to clean the garage and didn't get very far...it is a mess! The pictures in this spread are dark and once fall and winter hit I foresee more dark indoor photos. I may need a new lens for indoor pictures but they are so darn expensive! Any recommendations?
Right side: I love my daughter's pose in front of the bush! She is so cheeky! My son woke up one morning with a swollen face! It was so scary because we thought maybe he developed the same milk protein allergy as our daughter. I am happy to report that the results came back negative but we also don't have an answer as to why his face was so swollen. I love adding quotes from my children. They make great filler cards.
I repeated certain elements on both pages as a way of unifying them.
*orange plastic letters
*the orange patterned paper
*green and orange colors as well as touches of brown
TIP: Balancing elements (colors and/or embellishments) on both pages helps unify pictures that would otherwise clash with each other.
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