Ulli here with you sharing a double page from my 2017 project life album. I made these with the absolutely gorgeous Hello Lovely collection. And you see that this collection can be also a perfect match with the season winter and with snow.
When I saw the colors from my photos, especially the photos with me and my floral winter jacket, I knew that I would need the Hello Lovely collection with all its pink, aqua and orange.
There is one paper in this collection which is perfect for project life. The paper “Lucky Dip” has one side with PL cards, some paper stripes, arrows and labels to cut out.
I first cut apart all the PL cards, paper strips and labels using a paper trimmer and a scissor. Then I sorted all my pictures and filled my 9×12 page protectors with them. I used only photos from our winter vacation in Austria and so it was easy to choose them. Then I filled some protectors with the Hello Lovely PL cards. Some of the photos I glued on white 3×4 cards which I made with white cardstock. I often use white cardstock to make my pages look bright.
Here you can see the left side from my page.
I typed my journaling on the Hello Lovely “Confetti” paper with the wooden pattern. Above I added some pink alphas from my stash.
Here is the right side of my double page.
Therefor I added two 3×4 PL cards and glued the first letters from the names of our kids with wooden alpha stickers from the Hello Lovely collection in the flourish circle. Then I glued a paper stripe under the black and white photo from them. I also used a flair button there.
One photo I decorated with the “lovely” banner and I used my stapler to secure the banner to my photo.
I glued my age with pink alphas from my stash under the photo from my birthday muffins and also an arrow from the “Lucky Dip” paper.
The big picture with the beautiful snowy landscape I decorated with a paper stripe and a flower die cut.
I stamped the date with a roller stamp next to some of the photos and splattered some gold paint over some of the PL cards.
I hope you like my PL page!
Thank you for stopping by today! See you soon, Ulli