I wanted to document (for my own purpose - I want to see how my "process" changes over time!) how I get my pages planned and finished.
The first thing I do is decide which page protectors I will need to fit all of the pictures I've taken. I am VERY picture heavy. There's so many things that N does right now that I want to document! I don't print my pictures to fit specific protectors. I make what I print work in what I have. :)
After I've figured out which protectors I need to use....
I figure out what cards I will need - by size and qty. It's a much quicker process to use pre-made cards, however, I wanted to make my own this time. :)
Cut!! I used Everyday Eclectic by Echo Park for this specific spread.
I went space by space and figured out which color combos I wanted to use.
Once I've gotten all of the cards cut that I will need comes the fun part - EMBELLISHING!! :) I used Thickers, UmWow! Chipboard butterfly, Heidi Swapp sequined hearts - those are the main embellishments on here.
You can make this as simple or as fancy as you'd like! Some of my spreads are super simple - others have more details.
I used a bunch of white cardstock cuts that I had already cut out using my Silhouette Cameo. The "life is good" embellishment is self-adhesive cork that's stamped on that I got the idea from a sweet lady in one of the Facebook groups that I belong to. You can use whatever tickles your fancy!!
Absolutely LOVE how this spread turned out! Journaling will be done later. :)