Wednesday, July 16, 2014

workspace wednesday: project life // march

March's Project Life* layouts in July. It's like that whole Christmas in July thing, which I do not like. Have you heard of that? Christmas in July, I mean. It's people making Christmas themed projects in July. I've only seen paper projects, but there are likely other mediums. I don't like celebrating festivities from one season in another. It feels wrong. Anyway, I'm determined to share my progress with you (*Look at my "Merry Christmas" garland!*) even against your will. Just kidding. You don't have to read if you don't want to.

I take that back. You have to stay. On to the layouts!
workspace wednesday: project life // march
Again, I'm using mostly Design A pocket pages to keep things simple. A typical layout includes 4- 4x6 pictures, an insert with the date and week number, and a journaling insert.
workspace wednesday: project life // march
Above is a Design C cut in half to create an insert (because I ran out of the Design H inserts) sharing my mom's birthday and one of Lani's band performances.
workspace wednesday: project life // march workspace wednesday: project life // march
I had Lani journal about the field trip she took with her class. I am going to be sure to include more of my kids' journaling to get details from their perspective.
workspace wednesday: project life // march
Look! A random 9- 4x4" pocket We R Memory Keepers' protectors layout. I had more pictures to include, so I used this spread instead. These are pictures from my sister Jennifer's book exchange party.
workspace wednesday: project life // march
I had to work with the same design on the back. I liked including the funny tweet about Jesse.

You know I'll be sharing the penguin, felt stockings I made April's layouts soon. ;)

(*Project Life is a memory keeping 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 memory keeping easy.  Journaling cards are also sold cut to size to be slipped right in.  It can't get any easier.  Be sure to check out Becky Higgins' site because I am not doing the products justice!
Check out more Project Life posts from me here. I blogged about how I'm organizing my album this year here.) 

See other Workspace Wednesday posts here.


  1. This is so good Jessica! That 4x4 page protector is so much fun.

    1. Thank you! It's fun to play with different layouts! :)