Project Life Blog Hop

Hi and Welcome to the Project Life Blog Hop hosted by Katina!
You probably came from Kelsey's blog but if you happened to stumble across my blog go to Katina's Blog to start!

For this spread I used cards from the Sunshine and Kiwi Kit!

To journal I used my typewriter.

The music notes and the heart are Puffies from KI.

For the list of movies we saw that month I used the Dymo Label Maker and as a bullet points I used home made Enamel Dots to glue these I used the Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue.

To glue the sequins I used the Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid Glue.

I found this quote on Pinterest and I had to use it since my daughter loves music!

These word stickers are from Simple Stories. These stickers, enamel dots and washi tape are my go to embellishments for Project Life.

This ticket is from Fancy Pants Designs.

I will be giving away a little kit put together by me! This kit will include cards from the Kiwi Project Life Kit and some cute embellishments! To win this little prize you must be a follower and leave a comment on this post!
*If you want an extra chance to win follow the Earthy Scrap Facebook Page!
*If you want a third follow me on Instagram!
I will choose a winner next Saturday!

Here is the whole line up in case you get lost:

7 lovely comments:

Emily Adams said...

I love the Kiwi kit!! I haven't done much with the sunshine kit though.

leighann said...

I love the Sunshine and Kiwi kits , and how you combined them and used them!!

Linsey R said...

Awww how fabulous! So much wonderful inspiration! Amazing work Jennie, tfs! :)

Unknown said...

I really love the music note! So much fun! Your pages are great, I love them! so much detail!
Thanks for joining the hop!

Mrs. Boom said...

Great pages! I love the typed journaling and the music page. said...

Your layout is fabulous! Love the sequins added for that extra touch of bling!

Alexia Marthoon said...

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