introducing project 52 2016!
Did you catch Becky’s post on Friday about how she documented 2015 and had her most successful year of keeping up with scrapbooking since … ever?!? She’s a believer in weekly documenting, so last year we introduced Project 52 – a kit that was exclusive to our shop and designed specifically with the idea that it could help you document your entire year on a weekly basis. Well, we heard your pleas for a new collection in 2016, and boy, are we excited about it!! We worked with the talented Amber LaBau to design a collection that would be clean + simple while making a statement. One that includes graphic patterns and hand-drawn elements. A kit that you’ll be excited to use every week for an entire year. Not only that, Amber also designed a full collection of calendars to accompany the kit – 3×4, 4×4, and 4×6 sizes with both Sunday start and Monday start options, as well as a card in each size that has just the month names with no dates attached. And it’s ALL available in both horizontal and vertical orientation – WOOT!!
One big thing that is different in 2016 is that this beautiful collection will not be available as a physical kit – it will only be available in the Project Life® App and in digital format. If you really want to use it in physical albums, we highly recommend purchasing the digital kit and printing from home – we include a full set of 8 1/2 x 11 PDF pages perfect for printing! A few other things you may notice are that this collection has square corners and no journaling lines or grids included on the cards. You can easily “round” the corners in the app and on digital pages using our templates. Having no lines makes it extra simple for you to space your text in the app or on your computer without having to worry about adjusting any “extra” text options.
Below we’ve included some card previews from this collection along with a few sample pages from our Digital Creative Team. CLICK HERE to see what all of the cards in this collection look like – you can even download and save (and print, if you like) the card design PDF for future reference! To see all of the calendars, click HERE.
Page by Kimberly Lund
Pages by Rachael Sheedy
Page by Stephanie Vetne
Pages by Vanessa Laurnoff