Typically I would have my Project Life all planned out for the following year by December of previous year. This year was rather different as I wasn’t sure which format to do. After so much deliberation, I decided to stick with the 9×12 size instead of changing to 6×8.
With that decision, I finally got my 2016 all finished a couple days ago. Yipee! I went directly to starting/catching up on the 2017 spreads before I get sidetracked again. And now to share with you my 2017 pages.
This year’s title page is easier to put together because I actually did a series of shots of everyone in the household. I used a mix of different cards from this kit, from one of the Story Kits, from a very old Project Life kit and one from my own design which you can download from here.
Here below are Weeks 1-4 pages. Kept these simple with just a page for each week, more because I didn’t have much to add to a 2-page spread.
While I work on my 2017 Project Life spreads, I realized I was missing the weekly title cards I used to have. So off to the design table. For this year, I decided to make it more contemporary style and flexible for everyone who has either Sunday or Monday as the start of their weeks.
I decided with this approach, I thought this would make use of the roller stamps we all have in our stash. And you can print in whatever color of cardstock you have. I decided to use the neon pink as it was the only one I have a lot on hand. But you can certainly print on plain white ones, too, or even the patterned scrapbook papers.
Here’s a look at how I’ve used the 3×4 size format in my spreads.
As you can see above, I use 3×4 or 3×3 format so I needed some flexibility of cutting the cards down.
Enjoy! And I would love to see how you use these free title cards on IG or on your blog. Just mention me (@abshanghai on IG and add the hashtag #arlynaprintables) or link to this blog.
Thank you for looking.