If you haven’t heard me bang on about Project Life yet you obviously haven’t been near me for the last 6 years. I have been a huge fan since Becky Higgins brought this system out.
I was ecstatic when Stampin’ Up! announced they were introducing Project Life as part of our line. As a busy mum of 5 Project Life has helped me keep up to date with memory keeping for our family.
You will have arrived here from Kelly’s blog, hopefully you will continue on the blog hop and be inspired to create something yourself.
Everyday Adventure Project Life kit
This is a really simple version. This system is so awesome because you just print the photos and slip them in, add a bit of journaling and slip in some filler cards to make it all pretty. All I’ve added is the stamps from the Project Life Day to Day stamp set for the “April and the black arrow comes from the set Project Life Point & Click. Both of these sets are photopolymer and stamp just beautifully.
Just a few bits of stamping from your stamp stash and you make a beautiful layout.
This one is totally plain. Nothing but the photos and the Project Life kit.
With this one I stepped it up a bit. I used the Everyday Adventure kit and the Everyday Adventure accessories kit. Just a little layering and some stamping add a whole other level to this layout. I even stamped on the wood veneer. They are really cute.
I am leaving off the journaling until after I post this because it’s a bit mushy and I get a little embarrassed which is a little stupid because I like to read others’ mushy journaling.
Now you’ll be wanting to head to the next blog post. Next up is Christie. If you get lost I have a list of all the blogs at the bottom of the page for you to refer back to. Have fun being inspired by these wonderful ladies.
What is ESAD?
ESAD stands for "Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators" and is a facebook group just for Australian and New Zealand Independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrators.
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1. Emily Campbell
2. Kelli Gordon
3. Sharlene Meyer
4. Delys Cram
5. Keryn Campbell
6. Monique Fielder
7. Kathryn Ruddick
8. Narelle Hoggard
9. Ann Gerlach
10. Libby Dyson
11. Kelly Kent
12. Amity Knight
13. Christie Kunkel
14. Louise Layton
15. Andrea Buckland
16. Yvonne Walker
17. Sally Williams
18. Debbie Lamb
19. Nerida Carter
20. Richelle Fletcher
21. Norelle Targato
22. Rochelle Blok
23. Clare Mcilhatton
24. Tracy Speight