Yesterday as I was at Target, I passed by these wooden letters for the umpteenth time and finally threw them in my cart. I’ve been debating whether or not I should get them forever but never actually committing, because really, how many alphas and letter stickers does a girl need? But yesterday I gave in. And I’m so glad I did! I mean, how awesome do they look?
I’ve taken a lot of photos recently so putting this spread together was super fun. It’s always nice to have too many options than not enough when it comes to photos and topics.
As usual, I added some text to my photos in Photoshop before printing. I love the combination of typed words + physical letters, plus it makes planning out my pages that much easier.
Remember this printable that I designed a million years ago? I decided to print it out again and give it new life! My everyday thoughts are certainly different than they were two years ago when I was at home all day by myself and not chasing a toddler around – ha! For the left hand side of the page, I cut a strip of BasicGrey Highline paper and added a little visual texture to it with a Heidi Swapp polka dot stencil, a blending tool, and yellow distress ink. Those three items are easily my most used supplies at the moment…I use them on everything.