Positivity Passport Progress vol. 3

Hi, friends! Happy Friday! 💛 How are you? I hope you’ve had a good week and have something fun planned this weekend.

I belatedly shared the second installment of my Everyday Explorers Co. Positivity Passport progress the other day — which was one of my absolute favorite memory keeping projects that I worked on during the month of July and completed in early August.

I was so thankful that Tazhi invited us all to participated and look for the good throughout the month of July, and I just love how this little passport turned out. The small book size made it so doable, not overwhelming like some mini albums can be.

Inside is captured some of my absolute favorite summer moments — ones I might not have captured if I wasn’t intentionally looking for them.

Here’s a look at the last section of my Positivity Passport:

I continued to use many papers, stickers, and embellishments from Dear Lizzy’s “It’s All Good” collection. I also used some papers and embellishments from a bunch of Crate Paper collections: Maggie Holmes’ “Sunny Days,” Maggie Holmes’ “Bloom,” “All Heart,” and “Good Vibes”. They’re all so summery, bright, and fun!

I used many of the stickers that came inside Everyday Explorers Co. Positivity Passport Kit, as well as a few of their different stamp sets: 29 Prompts, Lockdown Life, Small Victories, Summer Scenes, and Now Playing. Their stamp sets are SO good and I cannot sing their praises enough!

I also used an Ali Edwards’ outline number stamp set to make the “1, 2, 3” flip up lists. The stamp set is no longer available, but you can still find the digital version here.

The tiny date stamp I used throughout is from 1Canoe2. I got it on Amazon last year (or maybe in 2018…?) but you can find similar ones with that small, sans serif font online.

I hope this inspires you to document the positive in your life! This project is seriously so fun and wonderful and I look forward to working on it again. If you want to purchase a kit or a refill of the Positivity Passport, you can find them on the Everyday Explorers Co. website.

Stay safe and well this weekend, no matter how you celebrate! Take care, friends! 💛

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