A few weeks ago my youngest son spilt his cup of water over my open album. Needless to say, at the time I was quite 'cranky' about the whole ordeal, but upon reflection I am grateful. Grateful for the fact that I am able to easily reprint the damaged pages because I am a hybrid digital documenter. Grateful that I still have all my files sitting on my computer. Grateful that I am not a traditional scrapper, who would have a monumental task to re-scrap the lost pages, if faced with the same predicament.
Anyhow, I am slowly catching up with the re-printing process and am here to share Week 26 with you all, which coincidentally is the week my youngest son (the culprit as mentioned previously) celebrated his 5th birthday. Despite being his birthday week, it was a quiet one.
This week I ended up using Stampin Up's 'Everyday Adventure.', which you can purchase at digitalprojectlife.com/. This is the first time I have used anything from 'Stampin Up!', so I thought that in the quest to try something new and different, why not start with this digital kit. The kit contains quite a good number of journaling cards, embellishments and digital stamps. I was attracted to the cards with grey and white with the added a pop of colour. The spread ended up with quite a crisp, clean aesthetic, which I think was mostly due to the extensive use of 'white.'