School is finally over for the year and I get a month to relax. I'm excited to be able to do some crafting and recreational reading! This spread is from the beginning of July from when my sister was still visiting. I wanted to include more photos, so I used a Simple Stories page protector with 2x2 squares. It doesn't fit perfectly into the Handbook album (the Simple Stories page protectors have 2 holes that do not line up with the Handbook holes), so I had to punch 4 new holes.
The left side of the spread is another 6x8 photo. I usually use an older Canon Selphy printer to print out 4x6 photos for Project Life, but I sent in some photos to be printed at London Drugs and decided to get some larger sizes as well.
To contrast the more posed photo on the left, I used a lot of candid, laughing photos on the right. There were plenty of giggles throughout the photo-taking. We brought our deerstalker Sherlock hats that my sister bought for us, and blew some bubbles. It was a fun day!
Working with this style of page protector was a little tricky for me with all of the photos and patterns, but I like how it turned out. It was a nice change from my usual 4 3x4 page protectors.
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