What a Week | Week Eight

BasicGrey | Capture


Happy Monday! Today I’m back with another edition of What a Week!


BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris


This week I was in full-blown wedding crafting mode, so I wanted to document all of the fun projects I’ve been working on, in addition a screenshot of my #1 inspiration source: Pinterest! (I honestly can’t remember life before Pinterest!).


BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris


Perhaps the best thing about the 3 x 3″ divided page protector is that it’s perfect for Instagram photos! The way I print my Instagram photos is by going to Webstagram and dragging the images from feed to my desktop. From there, I bring each photo into Photoshop, resize it to 3 x 3″ and place them all on a single document. Then I print and pop them directly into the page protector…super easy!


BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris


The cute owl sentiment was perfect for the mood + colors of my photos, so I stuck it directly on top of the page protector.


BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris


For the second page, I utilized one of the designer inserts that comes included with the Capture Ledger binder. I am such a fan of the goal-oriented journaling prompts and grid pattern!


BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris


All of the patterned papers and embellishments are from our forthcoming RSVP line. To make my busy photo stand out amidst all the colors and patterns, I popped it up with some dimensional adhesive.


BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris


I also utilized the individual number stamps from our perpetual calendar stamp set. I can’t even tell you how awesome this stamp set is…so why don’t I just show you! :)





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