We are almost at the half point of 2016, and I continue to love the 9x12 inch format. I am still altering my current page protectors to 9x12 inches using the fuse tool, and it is really working out for me. I'm thinking of during a short tutorial on this since I get so many questions about how to use it.
Here are a few of my project life pages from April.
Easter week was a quiet one for us. It rained so we mostly stayed inside and dyed eggs. Of course, I can't help but capture the beautiful blooms on our table - I loved this one so much that I printed it at 9x12 inches. I find that sometimes the bigger pictures tell the story. I used journal cards from the Southern Weddings Edition Core Kit for this spread.
In April, My husband and I also made a very quick trip to London for a family wedding. The actual ceremony was in Worcester, in the West Midlands of England. We stayed in the most beautiful bed and breakfast in the English countryside, and then took the train back to London for the day.
For this spread, I printed a 9x12 inch print of the London Eye, which I took with my iPhone, and I was definitely surprised that the quality was so good. This was such a great trip! More pictures to come soon.
Once again, I used journal cards from the Southern Weddings Edition Core Kit for this layout. I kind of like using journal cards for a different purpose than what they are intended for. Although this kit is designed for weddings, there are definitely a number of cards that can be used "everyday" layouts such as these.
And for this last spread, I used journal cards from the Currently Edition Core Kit. I had the pleasure of photographing my niece's first prom - such a special day.
Additional Products Used: Design C Page Protector, Design F Page Protector, 12 x 12 Page Protector (all adjusted to 9x12 with the fuse tool), Epson Premium Photo Paper in semi-gloss, Project Life Date Stamp.
I'm slowing beginning to work on May layouts, and I will share those soon!