This story starts with Jenn dragging me to Hobby Lobby... just kidding, I went willingly of course. Amongst other things we ended up getting a Project Life Midnight Edition Kit to split between the two of us. She has past kits she is trying to use up and I am getting the monthly Studio Calico Project Life kits this year - so obviously, we don't really need any more cards.
... but Hobby Lobby got the best of us and we decided to go halfsies on this one. It seems like it will mix and match really well with the supplies we already have and both of our styles. There are a lot of neutrals - grays, black & white and craft. The only exception is some yellow cards. There are a lot, and I mean a lot, of stripes. There is faux washi tape, hearts, handwritten script, hearts, polka dots, houndstooth, wood-grain, chevron, speech bubbles, ink blots and more stripes.
With the exception of the cards for the first and last pages, there are 10 of each 3x4 card designs, the designs are also different on the front and back of each one. Three of each 4x6 cards, and four of each of the foldable 4x6 cards. The top picture has a bunch of my favorites to give you a better idea what's inside.
After we got it home, we promptly split it up and had in impromptu scrapbooking session - love those! I just love that kraft heart card above! I cut it into a square and added it to one of my instagram inserts. Also a big fan of the 'right now' card pictured below!
Hey, it's Jenn here, and I'd like to add a couple photos from my album! Renae and I had so much fun scrapbooking together on Monday! There is only one card from the midnight edition on this spread, it's the "Week in Review" cards. This is one of my favorite, as I write a week in a review card nearly every week. I love how neutral and versatile this kit is, and easily blends with the several I already have.
This next photo is an in-progress shot. While I often only work on Project Life once a week on Sundays, I sometimes get the chance to find time mid-week. I love that this gives me the chance to write down quick stories that I might forget by Sunday.