Thanks for sharing your space. This is a favorite storage item in my craft room. This list is absolutely the best of the best! Messy and inky but oh so worth the trouble. You can change the fonts and sizes. Here's a sample below of a typical Project Life week from my album. My little family is growing up.
This is a shot of my craft room work spaces. The Right Divider Unit I'll talk about each storage divider starting with the unit on the right. The colors are subtle enough to be compatible with color photos yet the cards are quite cheery. Aqua area indicates the extra pixels in a standard digital scrapbooking page at 300 ppi So technically the full resolution version of the page is only 2760x2760 pixels. You can add as much or as little embellishment as you want — some fun accents are dimensional stickers, glitter accents, tiny buttons and trinkets, ribbons and twine. My Minds Eye has out that I've been using a lot too.
I'll hope you'll join me again this year as I share my love of Project Life with you here on my blog. This package of paper die-cuts gives you more of the graphics you love and are quick + easy to use to create your own cards, add them to gift tags, packaging, or another creative project. Not just for people doing Project Life or scapbookers, but for those card makers looking for a new way to organize or stay inspired. I love that both of the dividers are right in front of me when I work. The pattern is a smaller scale compared to a 12 x 12 piece of patterned paper as you can see below. These are great to stick on journaling cards or use mini staples or machine stitching. Whether it's stacking units, bins, baskets or shelves.
There's an even distribution of cards for each of the four seasons. This method totally gives me my scrapbooking fix. My organizational goal this year is to get rid of all things plastic-y in my craft space. I did an entire year scrapbook and only used about 6 cards out of this. You'll be given the Design A layout to start with.
Sassafras t, discontinued but you may be able to do a google search or find larger size papers if you like the line. . Tiny, small, big, plain, embellished. Please be sure to check out the for more inspiring Project Life posts. Kind of a weird thing to keep but I love the patterns on the insides of the envelopes.
This collection is for personal use only. Tags are just a staple item that I use all the time. I often purchase 12 x 12 papers and coordinating embellishments from this company. This is the majority of the scrapbooking I do so I like to get scrappy with my layouts. I had been wanting to do for the longest time.
The best way to use these little items is to just look at what photos and colors you have available for a particular week's layout. Thanks for taking the time to share all that with us. Mine are smaller sized ones but these would be just perfect! As far as value, being able to use a 40%off coupon made this kit very affordable. There are currently 3 differently styles, , , and. Here's some of the other features click to enlarge images : Photo Collages The Project Life app also allows you to make nifty photo collage to add to your photo spots, or just for printing.
With that said, just be careful to not collect too much stuff. Usually I just add a 6 x 6 pad to my shopping card whenever a new line of products come out that I like. Below I'm facing my Project Life work table. I only recommend classes and products that I know and trust. In the back of this divider unit I have a section that I use to safely keep papers and collected items such as the Pottery Barn bean bag tag, notes from school, Eric's nice speeding warning ticket! You may return the item to a Michaels store or by mail. This will be my 4th year for Project Life the 1st year was Becky's original kit. I get to fulfill my love of photography and scrapbooking while reliving all the little moments and memories.