Are you ready for some Project Life inspiration? I recently decided to start my own Project Life album. I have 1000's, really, of photos on my computer and only a few of them in albums. I'm so busy, and life it so hectic, I just can't ever find the time to sit down and scrapbook. So, when Becky Higgins decided to release these kits to retail stores, I decided to jump on board. Once the kits arrived, I grabbed my favorite, the Midnight Edition, and sat down in my craft room. I can't believe how much I got done in a few hours! It took me longer to edit my photos that it did getting them into my book.
There are many ways to approach Project Life. Liesl participates in a "Photo a Day" challenge and follows along on Instagram. She then uses those daily photos in her Project Life album. You can find information regarding that challenge here. I have taken a less structured approach. I simply want to get my photos into albums. So, my Project Life album is a montage of photos. Mostly, different events or travels, but sometimes random photos. I'm tempted to document a day or week in my life as Ali Edwards often does. When I do, I'll invite you all to play along. In the meantime, you can find some information for a Day in the Life and a Week in the Life Project on Ali Edward's blog.
I used another 3" x 4" card with the phrase "the good life" and dressed it up with some enamel dots from Basic Grey. The transparency banner is from Basic Grey's Knee Highs and Bow Ties.