Project Life: Title Page
It’s a new year which means I am going to follow through with my plans and do a full year of Project Life. I know some of you are thinking she is a wild woman, both Project 365 and Project Life. Yes, I have to admit I am a scrapbooking junkie. Name a project and promise me years of memories and more than likely I am going to jump all over it. Seriously, P365 and PLife are very similar but I feel like P365 is about documenting every day with one picture and some journaling. PLife is about collecting- collecting memories, collecting keepsakes and much more.
In the top corner of my Intro page I used the brown polka dot paper from my Basic Spots Paper Pack and cropped it down to fit a 4×6 space. I then use one of Ali Edward’s Love Life Chipboard Tags and placed it right on top of the card, I thought this tag really summed up Project Life.
Right below the photo I used the red solid from Basic Spots Paper Pack and Katie Pertiet’s Messy Stamp Alphabet. I then typed in the phrase “this is us this is our story”. Note: those lines on the P are only showing up on my photo, not really sure what is going on there.
Beside the initial card I did three cards, one for each of us. On the cards I have listed some of our favorites. I am think it might be fun to list them again at the end of the year to see how much they change. The little hearts are just punched out of a Trader Joes Paper bag. The red and white designs were an added little surprise.
In the bottom left corner I did a little collage of the rest of the family. Aubrey insisted that fish had to be added to this photo. I used Anna Aspnes messy stitches to give it a 3 dimensional look. I am in the process of trying to find a nice little sewing machine but these work just as well.
For my date card I used my tan paper from my Basic Spots Paper Pack. I then typed the year and a little tag that reads “and the story begins”. I used Katie Pertiet’s Wax Seal Alphabet for the number. I had to edit it in photoshop because the numbers only go from 0-9, it was simple edit and I love the end result.