Archiving Everyday Moments

Hi readers! Happy Sunday to you! I hope you’re having a fabulous weekend!  We’re excited to welcome “Project Life-r” and friend of Simon, Kristina Proffitt back to the blog to share a few pages of some recent family moments going on in her world.

The thing I think is so cool about the whole Project Life concept is the quick and easy elements that still allow personalization that fit your taste. All special memories can be preserved from Birthdays to Holidays to inside jokes, dress up fun, and more!

Enjoy a closer look at Kristina’s pages… and be on the look out for a NEW kit designed by her coming SOON!

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New to project life? Be sure to pick up some journaling pens, page protectors, a date stamp with an ink pad, and of course your favorite core kit to get started!

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Thanks for reading today and thanks to Kristina for being our fabulous guest!

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  1. I tried project life and it wasn’t for me. I felt stressed if I got behind. I struggled to find things to journal. I prefer traditional or digital scrapbooking. I do use the cards I purchased as journaling cards on my layouts and mini albums.

  2. Love the concept, but I never really developed a habit of scrap booking. In hindsight, I wish I had and a memory keeping system like this would have been RIGHT UP my alley. I am always impressed by what I see others do with it.

  3. I have done one project life book it was easy to do. I did mine on my Alaska cruise trip lots of pictures it took about two weeks to put together.

  4. I am doing project life but doing the simple way as it was designed to but i really want to challenge myself dressing it up with fabulous embellishments and etc. Kristina did a wonderful job

  5. Great job. This sure makes it much easier to get those photos used without going crazy trying to figure out a layout. Thanks for sharing.

  6. This looks like a great way to make a book for future generations. I don’t have one yet but it looks very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

  7. I like the Project life style, even though I don’t do pics everyday. I like how easy it’s to embellish the small cards and finish pages in no time. TFS

  8. I’m so behind in scrapbooking, I’d love to try the Project Life stuff since I’m so behind the times on scrapbook pages, I like the idea of getting a few pages done faster. I also think it might be neat to combine formats within the same book, and maybe have some more free-form pages involved.

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