Almost every scrapbooker has heard of Project Life by now, and we at FaveCrafts are huge fans of this scrapbook phenomenon. Thanks to Becky Higgins, the creator of this scrapbooking style, scrapbookers around the world have been able to document their daily lives in a fun, easy, and organized way. Imagine having a scrapbook to document each year of your life! Forget photo albums and trying to guess what year each photograph belongs to, with Project Life everything you need is in one place. Project Life makes it seriously simple to ensure every monumental moment is safely stored in a gorgeous scrapbook, handmade by you!
This new scrapbooking trend has gained some serious popularity, and it’s no wonder why, Project Life makes scrapbooking simple. What makes it so simple are the customized photo albums and different photo pocket pages, which literally create your layout for you. Simply add in one photograph and journaling care a day to create your own project 365, which documents life on a day-to-day basis. If you’re less ambitious, you can try for a weekly or even monthly round-up. You can really use Project Life for anything! Try using it to document a pregnancy, the first year of a child’s life or an engagement. The goal of this scrapbooking style is to document each year of your life in an organized way. Just take a look at blogger Elise Blaha Cripe’s Project Life, which documents her life on a weekly basis. For more about Elise’s Project Life 2013, check out her blog.
I know, it sounds like an enormous project to tackle, and well it is, but Project Life is the easiest way to make sure that you stay on top of your scrapbooking. When you have completed, you will have an amazing album to keep forever. No matter where you are in your life, you’ll have a simple way to remember everyday. This super trendy scrapbooking method is a fun and easy way to keep a piece of your personal experiences with you in one place. Store your family photographs, journal about each big moment, and get started on your own Project Life.
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