I put weeks 2 and 3 together because they were kind of low activity weeks. We were recovering from the holidays and gearing up for spring baseball.
I used a lot of orange and green on this spread. I usually shy away from orange, but since I had it in the pictures I decided to whip out this floral springy mat stack I have.
Here's a better look at the left side:
The top left pocket has a collage of my husband's birthday. I highlighted a sign the kids made, his favorite dinner, and the pumpkin donut holes he asked for instead of birthday cake. I believe the "b is for birthday" is from Jilibean soup. There's washi tape along the top and another pic underneath.
The title card words were cut from my silhouette, the white piece punched with a Stampin' Up! punch, washi tape again, and the yellow scrap of ribbon from my stash. It's a Stampin' Up! seam binding ribbon.
In the middle row left is an "instaweather" of grilling in our still-not-winter weather. Our iPhones died and we had to get new ones. I made the third middle pocket from scraps and a really old sticker embellishment sheet. I had to break out some old stuff to get enough orange. That's a good thing though. Use it up!
The last pic in the middle is my son walking away from the Spartan race. Loved the shirt they were given so I got a pic.
The bottom row has a postcard we got from my youngest daughter's sunday school class. She was SO excited! The bottom right pocket has my week in review.
The right page:
This page was mostly the Spartan race my kids ran. It was an all day event, and we were tired and dirty, but it was so much fun! The "us" sticker" is from that same set as the orange "live life to the fullest" on the other page. Use that stash! I layered on a plain white punched piece of paper so it would pop away from the green background.
The exception on this page is the top right pocket. It's the birthday gift I made for my mom, straight from Pinterest. She loved them. Really loved them.
That's the end of this two week spread. On to test more recipes for my cookbook!