52 Things – Do a WIL Project

This week’s project was made last week. And it’s second time I’m doing it this year. Here’s the first one.

47. Do a week-in-the-life project.

I think it’s funny that I’ve tried to do this for years and never did one and this year isn’t even halfway over and yet I did two already.

This one was drastically different than the other. The other was all product, and fun, and mini, etc. This one is all photos and words. It’s fully digital, no product. I haven’t even printed it out yet and I am not sure if I will. I’ve used patterned papers from Kenner Road and The Queen of Quirk and Cottage Arts. You can download the templates I used here.

There are a lot (A LOT) of photos here so you’re warned. Feel free to skip.

Front and Back Covers
















9 comments to 52 Things – Do a WIL Project

  • Lee

    FANTASTIC!! What a great week. I love how you recorded it, fun ideas! Mine is just in the finishing stages. This is such a great project šŸ™‚

  • Great great project Karen! You’ve done a fantastic job and I’m probably going to use your templates to record my WIL as well. Hope I’ll do as good a job as you!

    Since I can’t read your journaling cards, I was wondering if you could tell me the kind of information you’ve recorded on your journaling cards. I’m guessing: Note to Self, Gratitude, Weather, What we did… ?

    • karenika

      here’s some of what i had: “today”, “things we did”, “gratitude”, “note to self”, “best part of today”, “what we ate” šŸ™‚

  • Monika Wright

    I didn’t play along with this since I am doing the Grad album and an abbreviated month-in-the-life for May, leading up to Graduation. Your album is so fun to look at. Great job, K.

  • love how you did this. Thanks for the templates, I will definately use them for some project. My first time doing WIL and really enjoyed the process and end result

  • great job! I didn’t play along, wasn’t sure I could keep up with myself, but definately want to play along another time.

  • Christina

    I love this. Your pages are so inpiring. Thanks for sharing and helping others feel like “I can do this” I have so many photos and am slowing going through them. Thanks again.

  • MichelleGB

    Love THIS take on this project as well! I really like the linear and simple feel of it! Great photos~

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