Project Life - Week 19

I honestly don't know how I got this week completed.  We are in the middle of a basement overhaul, it's the last week of school for the kiddos (which means a ton of activities), my husband is finally in the field, and I had to move my entire craft room into the dining area so I can continue on with my various DT commitments and scrap projects.  I'm admitting that I might have taken on little too much....but, I just need to get through the next two weeks and life should be a lot smoother.  At least that's what I keep telling myself :)

Here's a look at my Project Life spread for Week 19...

I used one of the 4x6 filler cards from SC's Planetarium Project Life Kit and embossed "Week 19" using my heat gun and some white embossing powder.  I forget how much I love to emboss, especially white on a bright, bold color.

My oldest son and I went on a little adventure with his fifth grade class on Wednesday to a local historical site so I added a few of my favorite photos from the day inside of the foldable filler card (see below).

We got our staircase completed this week...long story, but I love how it turned out!

And here's the left side of my PL spread...

I didn't have a ton of photos to use this week so I added in a few extra filler cards that I misted, stamped, and embellished to help enhance my color scheme throughout my spread. 

My mom, sister, and I spent Saturday in St. Louis at the Missouri Botanical Gardens.  It was a fabulous girl's day with such beautiful scenery and a fantastic sushi lunch at Cafe Mochi.

Here's a shot of the right side of my spread...

And here's my full spread for the week of May 6th - May 12th...

I hope you have a wonderful day and TFL!


  1. Isn't this time of year just crazy?! Just tackle one thing at a time, you'll make it. I just love your PL spread, love how you used the mother's day card!! Hang in there!!

    1. Thanks, Mel! I think I can finally see a light at the end of the tunnel :) xo

  2. enjoying your new spread love the flip card

  3. Love your layout and as a fellow St Louisan, I agree...what a pretty spring!

  4. You really are Wonder Woman, I just don't know how you do it all x

    1. Thanks, Sandra! I honestly feel like the complete opposite of Wonder Woman lately, lol! xo