I have to admit it, I’ve never been a huge scrapbooking fan. The idea of having a single photo on a page with embellishments surrounding it seemed like too much work for me. It looks pretty! Don’t get me wrong! That style of scrapbooking just isn’t for me. Enter Project Life. Simply slipping photos, notes, and pretty pre-printed cards into slots is definitely more my speed. Here’s my first layout using the Project Life pocket pages. I used style A. It features photos and notes from our trip to Yellowstone National Park from about a year ago. It’s still aesthetically pleasing, and it’s super easy to document things.
I love photographs & take entirely too many, so I designed this photo ‘book’, I can fit more pictures in less space. This book has 4 pages, with photo on either side of each page. In total you can add 8 extra photographs, or 9 if you’d rather have a photo on the bottom page rather than notes. You can find the Silhouette cutting file for this book in my Silhouette Portfolio here. It’s sized to slip perfectly into a 3×4 slot in a Project Life pocket page.
You can find a lot of the other embellishments used in my Silhouette Portfolio, specifically the ‘beautiful’ word, the printed illustrated cards, and the font used, Penelope. Check it out sometime! Now I need to decide which event I want to document next.