Jan 25, 2011

Project Life - Week 3

 This is SO much fun!  Project Life is BACK IN STOCK for anyone who's been thinking about trying it.  It can absolutely be anything you want it to be!  A first year married album, baby's first year (kind of what I'm doing...), old photos that just need to be organized, college days, special adventures - anything! And it also doesn't have to span any particular time period - fun travels over the years... so many possibilities!  It's taking EVERY ounce of control I have not to order the Amber kit to use for something else - and really, I have very little control, so that's saying a lot! ;)
I didn't really get too creative with this spread - it's more or less random photos that I wanted to include and I literally just threw it together - I like that I'm posting and participating in a weekly project post because it has totally kept me accountable to myself in making sure I'm printing my photos and using them in the album.  I know I wouldn't do it otherwise - or I'd wait a looong time and then forget what I wanted to journal on the cards... SO MUCH FUN!  

If anyone decides to order, I'd love to know what you plan to use it for - even if you don't post or have a blog... don't you secretly kind of wish that Project Life was your idea?  It's so brilliant!


Anonymous said...

oh i totally wish this idea was around when i had my little ones... i think it is the perfect memory book for a baby :) keep up the great work!

JulesHollis said...

What a lovely spread with great pics. I like the Project Life Tuesday linky party too! Great way to stay motivated.

GinH said...

Shelly - it is so tempting to order another for everyday moments! :)

Jules - there is definitely something to be said about accountability with this project! It's been so much fun so far!!

Ginger@From The Cocoon said...

Yes! I totally wish I had thought of this idea....I'm using PL to just chronicle our life...the daily stuff, but seriously thinking I need a bunch of these to catch up on all my photos in boxes!

"Sometimes I'd like to ask God why He allows poverty, famine, and injustice in the world when He could do something about it, but I'm afraid God would ask me the same question."
You don't change the world by trying to change the world; you change the world by changing yourself.
-Gerry Straub