On Friday Vee and I were talking about her Week 12 PL and how she used white journaling cards... white, WHITE! It's such a rarity for her, you know she's all about the color. Long story short, 20 texts later we decided to challenge ourselves to a White Week. All white, or as close as we can get to it.
16 weeks in to Project Life, it was a breath of fresh air. It made me look at the week/the spread in a whole new way. Pulling papers to use as the base instead of filling all the pockets with photos was a first. It was easier since it was a quiet week but still, a nice change.
Tina's Currents prompt is the perfect substitute for journaling (the hardest part for me) or a listing of the week's activities (which has become my fallback lately). Here, on vellum, it's the perfect addition.
I've been holding on to this for ages, a Currents card cut out of vellum with my Cameo. LOVE. Mega love.
My "white" solution for the photos—blown out with RadLab. That shot of Niko is an all-time favorite, so much attitude. Lately I've spent lots of quality time curled up in the big brown leather chair reading. I forget how much I love to read, the quiet time is good for me.
Another gem from my stash, the cover of an old Linda & Harriet calendar, is the perfect white on white texture for White Week.
Check out Vee's white week!
You should do it too! In celebration of white week, and to encourage you to try it for yourself... I'm giving away a white pack of my Duly Noted: Facts & Stats. Leave me a note here and I'll pick a name on Wednesday.