Project Life is my preferred method of scrapbooking and I’m hoping to provide you with some useful tips for either documenting your own lives or putting together your own pages with minimal fuss.
Here’s what I’m going to emphasize with the layouts I share:
- The random stuff I like to capture and document for myself.
- The simple approach to Project Life that I take. There are a lot of photos and very little embellishment and journaling.
- The way I organize some spreads into themes or stories.
You can click on each image below for a slightly larger view.
Capture Idea: eBooks from the library get a screenshot.
Simplicity Point: Journaling was a simple bulleted list.
Capture Idea: I repotted some succulent plants, so I snapped a picture of the process. #succulentsunday is a real thing.
Simplicity Point: Photos were labeled with a piece of digital washi and some type over it.
Capture Idea: I haven’t purchased a physical CD in a long time, so it was kind of a milestone that I did.
Capture Idea: My mixer needed servicing and there was a big sign letting me know I was in the right place.
Capture Idea: I like to photograph the fortunes from my fortune cookies because it lets me incorporate them into my digital scrapbook.
Simplicity Point: Mostly squares since I’m always instagramming my pictures.
Capture Idea: I read a lot of books this month.
Simplicity Point: On both the left and right side of the spread, one of the patterned paper repeats. This is to help keep the layout balanced looking.
For more info on my general approach to Project Life, check out this blog post.
Project Life is a memory-keeping system created by Becky Higgins. She’s awesome. Go visit her website for more information or watch her 3-day course on CreativeLive.