October Project Life

Playing catch up yet again! I’m really hoping that I can finish my 2014 pages by the end of January and I want to start on 2015 asap! That way I won’t be falling too far behind! *crosses fingers*

I find that deciding on a colour palette helps me work quickly. The part which slows me down the most is choosing and printing photos. And I’ll think of a way to improve on it this year.

Alright, let’s dive in to October! The colours are inspired by Oh Deer Me Sep’14 kit. Some bright blue and yellow with other pastel shades. Love how well they go together!

PL 10Oct A2

My title page is not stamped properly. As you can see I messed up the ‘E’ in ‘October’. But it’s okay because we gotta embrace the imperfection ya! 😉

PL 10Oct A3

This ‘little beauty’ sticker is from Pink Paislee and I love how the colours go well with my colour palette!

PL 10Oct A4

I was contemplating to hoard the wood veneer alphabets from Oh Deer Me Sep’14 kit because they are super cute and the size is perfect for adding small titles and captions to scrapbook layouts! /: but I decided to use them as I realise I have way too much stash!

PL 10Oct A5

Right side of my spread! It’s a happy month as we attended Cass’ wedding! 😀PL 10Oct B2

AK, aka Animal Kingdom, is a bunch of awesome friends I made at Girl Guides and I will never forget those happy days. So glad we’re entering different phases of life with one another! 🙂

PL 10Oct B3

Trekking at MacRitchie! I lost my selfie stick shortly after this photo though! /:

PL 10Oct B4

And it’s AK again, this time celebrating Sabby’s birthday!

PL 10Oct B5

Hope you enjoyed my October spread and I need to go print my November photos now! 🙂

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