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The wonderful world of Zoe is what I hope to share with you all here on my blog. Life isn't always easy, but then that's the case whoever you are. But no matter what each day brings I always try to start and end it with a smile - to look back and know I controlled my day, the day didn't control me!


Monday, 28 January 2013

Project 2013

Hello everyone, so here we are at the start of a new week, so what better time to share my journal page for last week in my Project 2013 smash book.

It's a single page this week as for 7 days I didn't leave the house due to the snow and ice so not a lot happened!


I started the page by spraying 'London Blue' Dylusions ink, then added dots of gold paint to the graph paper style page. I added the script paper Bazzil border. I coloured 'Kaylee' in her 'Winter Warmth' clothes, perfect outfit to match with the snow!  I added photos from the week though my favourite is the one of Keagan's footsteps on our path! I journalled to say what happened that week and included the Bristol Rovers score (We won!) and that the snow melted by Sunday. 

That's it, wonder what this week will bring? Hope you'll pop by to see this week's pages, next week! 

Take care Zo xx

3 comments:

Kirsty.a said...

What a good idea to use your Smash book for a weekly journal. I have been blogging weekly and thought I'd keep my Smash book as I did last year for the little things that don't make it onto 12x12 pages. I didn't think of combining them. I wonder if I could keep up a weekly jopurnal though...? I could recreate the 1st 4 weeks from my blogsposts.... Mmmm you've got me thinking now. i know I couldn't keep up with a full Project Life, but maybe i could do this. Or perhaps I should stick with monthly Month in Numbers and a photo collage. i hate starting something and then not keeping up

okienurse said...

Love the Smash book and its a great idea to use it as a weekly journal to document life! I have been using my art journal to some extent but might try this and keep the art journal more private. Thanks Zoe for stopping by my FM CFS/Me blog! It is always nice to hear from people who understand what I am talking about! Vickie

Alison Scott said...

Great method for using the Smash book.
It will be great to look back on.