Friday, September 26, 2014

Pocket Life with Pamela

Hello everyone!  I'm back with some Pocket Life pages and Handbook pages to share with you!  September's kit is so soft and sweet so I really wanted to use them to document the biggest event during the year.

Those journaling cards from Crate Paper in the Lucky Me PL Embellishment kit is my favourite item this month! If you're having troubles using it up, don't worry, there are similar designs in the 6x6 split paper pad from A Reason to Smile PL kit.

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I used one of the journaling card from Crate Paper for my title card. I needed something bold against the soft colours so I grabbed some alphabet stickers from my stash.

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That gold foil on kraft journaling card is to die for!

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Here is the right side of the spread. The photo frames from Crate Paper are so fun! I am trying hard to not hoard them!
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So what was so "big" this week? It was my birthday (ok, it's not really that big of an event!) I used the gold foil card from the embellishment kit. When I saw the "20" in the top corner, I added a sticker saying "August" to the side for my birth date.

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And here are some photos that I took during the unboxing of the PL kit. The new packaging is gorgeous and Trina makes it so personal with a little bag holding all the goodies!

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I decided to start a handbook to document all my travels. I will be travelling quite a bit this year so I wanted to make sure I have a place to put these special photos.

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The first trip recorded in my handbook is to Okanagan for the weekend. It was an amazing wine tasting weekend!

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Here's a snapshot of one of the first vineyard when we arrived at Okanagan. Beautiful weather and gorgeous scenery. What a perfect place to be in the summer!

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And here are your PL sketches from last month and this month!

2 comments:

  1. Your pocket pages are so pretty!

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  2. This is gorgeous Pamela!!! I absolutely love what you did with the kits!

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