Getting Old Pictures Scrapped In a Snap With Project Life

I have resolved in 2015 to get more of my old photos scrapped. A lot of the photos I am referring to are random photos of every day life that have been overlooked when creating traditional scrapbook layouts of the bigger moments in our lives like birthdays, holidays, etc. Once I go through and make my traditional layouts, I have these leftovers photographs just laying around. I want to get them out of my temporary storage albums or off of my desk and into their permanent homes. So, 2015 is the year.

With Project Life,  I Still Get To Be As Creative As I Want To Be

Project Life and pocket page scrapbooking have been my saving grace for this New Year’s resolution and I have to say I am loving every minute of it. Not only am I enjoying the process of creating scrapbook pages with Project Life and pocket pages, but the sense of accomplishment that I am feeling as my photos reach their final resting place is huge. I thought I would miss creating traditional scrapbook pages…the creativity, the pretty paper, the putzing around with embellishments. I am happy to say that I can do all of this, and more, with Project Life and my pocket pages. I scrapbook to enjoy the journey and embrace the process. It is my sweet escape and I feel no need to rush. With Project Life, I still get to be as creative as I want to be (or not) , and I get a lot of scrapbook pages completed. I have yet find a downside to doing both!

The new year phenomena and cabin fever have propelled me into the depths of my scrapbooking space and the results are completed layouts that I love…clean and simple, not to mention disappearing piles of photos from my desk. Indeed, good things are happening!

A huge shout out to Becky Higgins, Project Life, Simple Stories Sn@p, and W R Memory Keepers for helping to expand my love for scrapbooking into new and enjoyable territory. It has been and will continue to be a game changer for me as I document and create the stories of our beautiful mess!

Until next time,

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4 thoughts on “Getting Old Pictures Scrapped In a Snap With Project Life

    1. Thank you Sara! I will give the link up a try. I am hoping to blog on a more regular basis in 2015 with the hopes of growing my blog and meeting fellow bloggers who share similar passions. Thanks for taking the time to stop by my blog and comment. Have a great week!


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