For my title card for this week I used some 8x8 divider pages from Simple Stories that I cut down (the flourishy part), a scrap of woodgrain from my stash, ribbon scraps from my stash (retired SU stuff), and the letter and number stickers are a glittery bronze from Creative Imaginations. I hand wrote the dates with an Early Espresso Stampin' Write marker from Stampin' Up!.
Here's a look at the two page spread:
On the left side:
On this side we have the title card, pics from my son's baseball game (I cut a sequence and fit them together on one card), "Enjoy the Journey" is one of those cards from a K & Co. stack I cut in half, a quote that is speaking to me right now, the week in review is also written in early espresso on a scrap leftover from the title card, a couple of screen shots showing my first official day as not being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator in 10 years, and a collage of pics from my girls playing with make up.
On my quote pocket I put a scrap of crochet trim from Stampin' Up! right under a wood veneer leaf from Recollections. For the bottom left 4x6 pocket I put a Diptic collage of two screen prints and just journaled in pen right onto a piece of white Post It tape. I layered the Post It tape onto a scrap of Comfort Cafe paper from Stampin' Up! that I have scattered through the layout.
Onto the right side:
Another quote on a scrap of Simple Stories paper and a scrap of striped grosgrain from Stampin' Up! cut in half are on the left. I know I didn't finish the places I'd like to visit list, but I reserve the right to add to it later!
On the bottom are two pics of Rae and dad learning to ride the bike. The training wheels came off and she took less than an hour to pick it up. She's a natural balancer, probably why she does well at gymnastics. :) For this section I just journaled again onto Post It tape and layered it right onto more of the Comfort Cafe paper. The picture on the left has washi tape because the stuff I tucked into that pocket the next week was thick and I needed to hold it closed.
That was it for this week. I had limited time that week and got this spread done in about half an hour.