Our (Project) Life: MAR 2011

In going back to document last year’s March, I found that I didn’t take a lot of everyday-type of pictures. I had enough to fill one spread. In addition to the everyday pictures, I had a lot of pictures from a day that we spent at the Dallas Arboretum. I put the Arboretum pictures into their own spread since they were a story on their own.

Our (Project) Life - March 2011
^ full spread of our everyday photos in March ^

Our (Project) Life - March 2011
^ left side of spread ^

Our (Project) Life - March 2011
^ right side of spread ^

Our (Project) Life - March 2011
^ *hidden* journaling on right side describing the girls’ letter people fashion show at school ^

Our (Project) Life - March 2011
^ full spread with the Dallas Arboretum photos ^

Our (Project) Life - March 2011
^ left side of spread ^

Our (Project) Life - March 2011
^ right side of spread ^

And that’s it for March 2011. Next up will be March 2012 pages and then I will continue to share the monthly 2011 pages that correlate with the monthly 2012 pages (e.g., I’ll share April 2011 & April 2012 back-to-back; May 2011 & May 2012 back-to-back).

Thanks for looking!

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My goal with documenting our family is simply to document SOMETHING each month. Some months will include more or less photos depending on how much is going on. Most people are using the Project Life system, developed by Becky Higgins, to document a photo-a-day or a week’s worth of happenings per spread. I am using the Project Life system a little differently as I am taking the monthly approach for each spread and then adding in extra pages or inserts when necessary.

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