Friday, August 24, 2012

PROJET 2012 - WEEK29

Hello Dear Friends! It's catch up time again with Project Life, moving slowly but surely I can share W29 today.
Bonjour chères Scropines! Toujours en mode rattrapage dans le PROJET 2012 avec la semaine29 finie.


Here is a look at how the double spread for W28 &W29 looks like.
As you can see, I've added one of Becky Higgins new page protectors, a 5x7 in which I placed a picture of Lily watching her two teachers who performed on the Dailey Plaza for Bastille Day. I love that sentence (Basic Grey) "Like a moth to the flame", it perfectly conveys what happens to Lily whenever she hears a live performance. On the other side is another picture of Lily doing her homework.


Voici la page double avec les semaines 28 et 29. 
J'ai ajouté une des nouvelles pochettes/protections de Becky Higgins dans laquelle j'ai glissée d'un coté une photo de G.Lily en train de regarder ses maitresses chanter des classiques le jour du 14 juillet. J'aime beaucoup cette phrase (Basic Grey) qui résume bien l'attirance de la Miss pour le chant.


WEEK29 & SEMAINE29


At first, I wasn't too excited about filling the four 6x4 dividers, I thought they would make the page dull but I like how these three collages look with My Mind's Eye papers (Indie Chic), the journaling card from Elle's Studio and the big bird from Hero Arts.

some details...


I'm not sure how I prefer that bird, cut with the die (left) or hand cut (right)...
Je ne sais pas si je préfère cet oiseau découpé avec la découpe H.A ou à la main...


Thank You!
Merci!

18 comments:

  1. J'aime toujours autant la belle harmonie de tes doubles-pages !
    Bises et bon week-end

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  2. Voilà une DP qui rayonne de bonheur et de partage. J'aime énormément !!! Tes deux petits zoziaux sont très jolis. Difficile en effet de choisir... Biz

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  3. Great spread! I love how full of life your pictures are. I know that I've said it before, but I'm always in awe...

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  4. Très jolies DP. j'aime le fait d'insérer des petites pochettes cela "casse" un peu le côté monotone que peux revêtir ce genre d'album.

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  5. Wonderful pages! That's neat that the teachers were playing like that....so cool! I spotted your tickets on the page...hubby and I went to the movies last night...I'll have to tuck mine on a lo or PL page too. Thanks for the inspiration...I'm really loving these pages and the use of the tags...they look so nice.

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  6. I feel so comforted now. I just finished week 30. Playing catch up too.

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  7. Beautiful! I love all the photos you highlighted "Like a moth..." ~perfect!
    I don't know which bird I prefer either. ;) Your work here will be such a blessing to your family.

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  8. Looks awesome. I have not done a PL album like this but I am sure it will be a thing to treasure in the years to come!Is that 'Hiro' I spot there on your page,...? I think so... :-)
    Take care and thanks for your sweet words on visiting blog! And thanks for the inspo!

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  9. jolies semaines et toujours cette belle harmonie !
    difficile de choisir pour l'oiseau ,car découpé manuellement il est très sympa aussi !

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  10. you are such a good story teller with photos and words, Alexandra! really enjoyed seeing your pages! thanks for sharing. hope you have a lovely weekend! =)

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  11. Magnifique comme d'hab! Pour l'oiseau, j'aime les deux, each one is beautiful in its own way! :) Bisous!

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  12. Ah oui, en effet, difficile de départager les 2 oiseaux...

    Merci pour cette double page comme d'habitude si fraîche et élégante...

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  13. Pour l'oiseau, je crois que je préfère celui coupé à la main! Vraiment j'adore l'effet de tes mosaïques dans ces pochettes 4x6. Bon, là, j'ai quelques jours, il faut que je prenne les photos de mon PL!!

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  14. j'adore tout est toujours super beau ...nath

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  15. So so so cool, I can never get enought of your great PL work!!!!

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