Thanks to keeping a daily log and maintaining my Lightroom files, catching up on my Project Life pages isn't too difficult. I found some time to get back to it recently, and although it's not a particularly fast process, I'm beginning to find one that works pretty well for me. I neglected to add anything about my One Little Word on my February pages, so decided to start with a page devoted to both February and March.
I think I'll stick with Tracy Larsen's Simply White templates. I like the clean look and it's easy to pop the photos in the templates instead of having to resize them for the different pockets. The two quote cards came from pins here and here. The three 3X4 cards in the middle are all from a Cocoa Daisy Project Life kit, and the perfect little stickers ("books") is a Basic Grey alpha that I'm pretty sure came with the same kit. I stamped the names of the months with Papertrey Ink's "Calendar Basics" stamps.
This is a Cathy Zielske Basic Journalers card along with a couple of her "Months and Days" brushes. I know quite a few people who keep track of their progress with their OLW through Ali Edward's course on Big Picture Classes, but this seems like enough for me.
One of the things I like to do is keep track of the cards I make each month. I used to keep track of layouts as well, but now that I'm doing pocket pages, I've stopped worrying about that. I also wanted to remember my lucky win at Papertrey Ink.
March ended up being a two page spread. The title card was created with Monthly Moments stamps and die from Papertrey Ink, and the calendar is from a digital file by Katie Pertiet that I recolored. I lowered the opacity of the year. My digital skills are pretty basic, so I'm always quite pleased with myself when I remember to do something like that! The journaling card is also a digital file by Splendid Finn that I printed out. I love the little Oscars card where I typed up a list of all the films we saw prior to the awards. It was a freebie at Laura Kate is Crafty. I also used two of Cathy Zielske's "Tiny Templates" to create the photo collage and journaling about our trip to Niagara-on-the-Lake, and my love of Face Time.
Here's a closer look at the journaling for March:
And my favorite hand-made card for the month created with Papertrey Ink's "A Few Pointers" die, and Simon Says "You" stamp set and die.
Everytime I finish a Project Life page, I'm so glad I started this process. I've started with the pages for April, but need to find some concentrated time to finish them up. Here we are at the end of June (just how did that happen?), so I'm still three months behind!