I'm so excited to share with you some Project Life pages I made this week. I had recently printed pictures from our KLove Cruise that my husband and I took this January with my in-laws. I have always had the desire to scrapbook - I have three little boys and a passion for photography - but the laziness kicks in and I never want to upload/print pictures and then make pages.
Then 2 weeks ago, my mother lost everything on her computer.
She has 13 grandchildren - and her pictures are gone.
So I backed up my photos and ordered our cruise pictures and a few others and I sat down and made 6 scrapbook pages in one day. Actually in about 2 hours. Project Life makes this so easy! And I love the Moments Like These PL kit from Stampin' Up!
So this week - our challenge over at TGIF Challenges is for you to create a card (or project) based on the "adventure" theme - but I challenge you to print some pictures and make a page or two.
Put those memories into an album so that you can share them!
One thing I love about PL cards is the fact that most cards are already designed so well - you don't need to do anything but slide it into the pocket. However, you can also add to them if you want!
Here I took the Labeler Alphabet stamp set and added the words "we loved our adventure" and the hearts.
The Moments Like These kit coordinates with the 2015-2017 in-colors. Here I added the Watermelon Wonder washi tape from the Affectionately Yours washi pack.
(Tip: I layered two pieces of washi tape so it showed up better on top of the picture.)
I think my favorite size in the PL pages are the 2x2 squares. They're so cute!
Here I used the Labeler Alphabet again to add the date.
Another page I made is a smaller one. I used the 12x6" page protector that you can find in the Variety Pack #2.
This 4x6" PL card came only with the word "moments" on it. I love the look of the Labeler Alphabet and wanted to incorporate it in this page too. I also wanted to use Bermuda Bay to match the water as best as I could. (It really is that blue!)
Another use for the 2x2" square cards can be to just lay them on top of a photograph.
I hope these pages inspire you to print some photos and start documenting your life. I pray that we never get to the point where our iphones and computers are obsolete - so just in case... get scrappin'!