One of my January goals is to "Try Project Life." Project Life is a system created by Becky Higgins. The idea is to use sectional protective sheets to store and present pictures and embellishments. Pictures can be slipped right in in their original printed sizes to make things easy. Journaling cards are also sold already cut to size to be slipped right in to make memory keeping that much easier. (Be sure to check out Becky Higgins' site because I am not doing the products justice!) One could, of course, use paper and embellishments already on hand and cut them to size to fit in the protective sheets, which is what I am doing right now. I bought the white binder and several of the protective sheets with different layouts last year, but am hoping to be faithful to it this year. What I like about this system is that there is still room to be creative with it. Some weeks I might just slip the pictures in and be done with it, and other weeks I might get more creative with a layout. I want to see how Project Life will work for me, and see if I can keep up with it.
I completed my title page, and will be sharing it here soon.
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Read more about my Project Life book here.
Read more about my goals for 2013 here.