Family Holiday Memories

Happy Sunday to you all!  Now that you have all of your fun & favorite holiday memories in your camera or phone…what to do next? Well, if you want to REALLY enjoy them, you should print them! The Project Life core kits and mini kits make it so easy and fun to organize your photos, and to help inspire you on how to do that, we’re pleased to have the awesome Kristina Proffitt back as a guest on our blog!








It’s so easy to complete a Project Life spread to showcase your wonderful family memories during the holiday season. Some things that I included in my pages are:  photographs from Christmas morning, our favorite family tradition, a photograph of our Christmas tree – both without the presents underneath and with the presents underneath, our Christmas card that we sent out, some packaging from a present (I included a tag), holiday crafts that we did, funny moments and a photograph of our children in their Christmas PJs.

You could include also include: a visit to Santa, lists of what your children received, photographs of family visiting, your holiday to-do list, what you baked and more! So may great ways to wrap up this wonderful time of the year and get all of your memories into your Project Life album simply so that you can get ready to document ANOTHER great year Project Life style! ;)


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


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  1. I have all the bits and pieces for an album like this but haven’t started it yet. But I have been doing a diary for my 5 year old intellectually disabled boy with photos of each day in it based on these albums. It’s a bit sad that his favourite photo’s are of fans. But that goes with the 40ºC heat we are having here. Thank you for all the inspiration you do each day. I pop past to look each morning. I might get around to doing the project life album with your inspiration.

  2. Thanks for the motivation. I have all of the needed supplies and the pictures, just need to put these memories onto paper.

  3. well..finally subscribed via email. Don´t know why I didn´t earlier, as I have been a customer for a while..better late than never I guess :). Happy New Year!

  4. These are some fantastic pages. Wonderful inspiration to create a project life album!!!

  5. Very effective way to get a family’s holiday story collected quickly and beautifully. Yay for PL!

  6. I have to try scrapbooking with one of the large albums. I went to a class using the small book but it was not what I wanted. I like being able to add lots of pictures and description. Love these layouts.

  7. Some people, like Kristina, have the knack for making cohesive layouts using the pocket pages. Sadly, I don’t have that knack and my pocket pages just don’t hold together in a design sense. Still, I like looking at ones that do. Great job, Kristina!

  8. This is a great way to keep up with all the pictures and other ephemera that we collect.

  9. I have all the photo’s from my daughter’s wedding last summer in a project life album, just need to add and re-arrange. Because my daughter is a teacher, she plans to work on our albums with me when she is off next summer, I think this is a great system and am looking forward to getting it all together. Kristina has done a great job on her album!

  10. What wonderful pages, great photos, lots of journaling, wonderful memories preserved!

  11. I love seeing other people’s Project Life albums, so much love, joy and creativity!

  12. I have never done a project life album but I do like how you can display so much. Need to look into more info on PL albums.

  13. Great pages! Love how you combined the large photos with the smaller ones on journaling cards with notes. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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