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Amazing PL spreads from Jenn Biederman!

Morning! It's Jenn and today I am sharing a Project Life spread I created using the new Sunny Skies and Wanderlust sets. I absolutely love the hot air balloon from the Sunny Skies set, so decided to continue using it throughout the entire spread.



A great photo to include in your Project Life pages is a "then & now" photo. All I did was create a 4x6 photo layer in Photoshop, then added in cropped 3x4 photos to the base layer. Save as a jpeg, then print. now have a comparison photo that fits perfectly into your 4x6 photo pocket.


I wanted to add another pop of red on the second page, so the "we came, we saw, we conquered" stamp from Wanderlust worked perfectly to do just that. Incorporating see-through pockets works well for pages with lots of photos or that moment where you don't have anything else to go in there. This one is fun with the hot air balloon taking center stage.


Love the compass from the Wanderlust set!


The base of this 4x6 card was a good place to stamp the sun rays from the Sunny Skies set. I then added the interactive "you make me so happy" 3x4 card (from the May Studio Calico PL kit) embellished with the Sunny Skies stamps and the cityscape from the Central Park set. Adding "open me" promotes onlookers to flip the card to see the journaling/photo inside.



I think my favorite part about this PL spread is the following 4x6 card. I embossed the hot air balloons & clouds with white embossing powder onto the calendar card (also from the May Studio Calico PL kit). The balloons were masked off prior to embossing the clouds so that they appeared partially hidden behind the balloon. I then used distress ink to blend in a deeper blue for the sky.


I'll be back soon with more design inspiration! Catch you later!


  1.! What a gorgeous PL spread. I love all the different ways you used these stamps and all the fun little touches added here. Gorgeous!

  2. Love your stamped pieces. Thanks for sharing them!

  3. Such a great layout for your PL. Love the sky and the embossing and the handwritten journaling.


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