Jot Magazine Issue 13: Project Life Spread

In the latest issue of Jot Magazine, I had a Project Life spread featured in the pocket page section, and it may be my favorite spread, EVER. 

August spread supplies | Cards, flair, wood veneer, stamps and acrylic: Scraptastic Club's This Life Noted kits, Die cuts: Shimelle True Stories for American Crafts, Chipboard: Crate Paper Wonder; alphabet chipboard: Making Memories; chipboard frame: Simple Stories I Am; yellow alphabet: October Afternoon Daily Flash. Other: striped washi tape, chipboard stars, wood veneer people.

Starting out, I had originally decided to use teal and yellow for this spread, but once I picked up the Shimelle True Stories die-cuts tag that said "look on the sunny side," I knew I had to add pink in, too. This month was especially hard for me because I was dealing with a cancer scare while planning a big birthday party and tackling life in general, so this tag was needed, as well as the "embrace life" flag from the same die-cut pack.

The right side was filled with exciting occasions, including my husband's induction as an American citizen, and my goddaughter's birthday. 

This "Oh Happy Day" 3" x 4" card from Scraptastic Club is my favorite in the spread. I added the "fave" acrylic word to add something different than just my handwriting.

Be sure to check out Jot Magazine issue 13 for more pocket page inspiration from the Jot Girls!