Pocket Scrapbooking with Project Life

Cultivate a good life and record it.

Dec

27th

setting up a project life album

A brand-new calendar year is just around the corner! I know many of us are reflecting on the past year and also thinking ahead to some new goals for 2014. Many of us are resolving to document life – whether it be digging into boxes of old photos, catching up on the past couple of years, or focusing entirely on what we’re doing with our pictures that we take from now on.

I totally know and appreciate that many of you are Project Lifers and you already have your system in place. I also know and appreciate that many of you are brand new to Project Life. Maybe you’ve just received it as a gift … or perhaps you’ve been keen about the idea for quite some time but you just haven’t started yet.

I’m going to show you in just a few quick & easy steps how you can set up an entire 12×12 album and have it completely prepped and ready to go, so all you have to do is slip your photos in and write some journaling notes on the cards. These steps apply to ANY kind of documenting you’re going to do. Some of you might want to go back to photos from past years that you want to get into an album and you could totally get several years into one book, which is great! Some of you might be focused on a chronological story of your life in 2014 – like one week per layout. That’s great too!

You need 3 core components to set up an album.

An album + a Project Life® Core Kit + a Big Pack of (60) Photo Pocket Pages

Just about everything we have can be found on Amazon, and you can also find select items in physical retail stores – large and small. Some of you also know that we’ve been working on building our own shopping cart right here on BeckyHiggins.com as well. We are taking the time to be sure that all of our ducks are in a row with that project, so we appreciate your patience until this actually launches. I’d love to give you an ETA but as soon as I say when I think it’ll happen, it for sure won’t … so I’m going to have to stick with “soon”. I promise the very day that shop goes live, you’ll know about it if you follow me on social media or read my blog.

The following pictures show the brand-new Coral Edition. It’s gorgeous – and you can see all the cards in the Coral Reference Sheet. This particular edition can not be found in large retailers. It’s for independent retailers, so check with your favorite local shop. They should already have it and if they don’t, encourage them to email acsales@americancrafts.com to place their order. We will also carry this in our shop, but that’s not likely going to be ready in the next couple of weeks, so if you’re anxious to set something up immediately … we have loads of other editions to choose from.

No matter what pictures you plan to add or what edition of Project Life you choose … here’s what you can do to set up the album ahead of time.

 

Step 1: Load pages

The Big Pack of Photo Pocket Pages has 60 pages, which is an excellent fit in our 12×12 albums (and any other standard 12×12 album). Whether you choose all Design A, or one of our variety packs, the first step in setting up an album is to take that whole stack of pages and place them into your 3-ring album.

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Step 2: Open up your Core Kit

The sample pages shown inside the lid demonstrate how the first page, sample 2-page layout, and last page of your album can look if you want to follow that as a guide. This is a good time to thumb through all the fun cards that comes in your core kit. It’s perfectly normal to feel giddy at this point. We understand.

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Step 3: First Page and Last Page cards

There are designated cards that are different from all the others – and these are specifically for the First Page + Last Page. This is not a rule, of course. Only a suggestion. The way you can tell which cards are First/Last Page Cards is because they are the only cards that do NOT have a design on the back of the card. Instead they have a little diagram with a suggested placement for where the cards go. Place these cards in the pockets accordingly if you’d like. The First Page has (4) 4×6 cards + (4) 3×4 cards. The Last Page also has (4) 4×6 cards + (4) 3×4 cards.

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Step 4: Insert all Title Cards

All Title Cards are 4×6, and all of them have a designated place to write a short title, which would “announce” whatever each layout is about (should you choose to use them that way). I like to lay them out in little piles, since there are a handful of each design. Then I slip the title card in the top left pocket of every single layout. There’s no rhyme or reason to the order. I just like to stick them in so all 60 pages have a title card in place.

Keep in mind that as you add photos, and considering that you might have some vertical photos and a need to mix in other page designs (besides Design A), that’s no problem! Every single Title Card has the flexibility of being either horizontal or vertical (front/back of the card). Versatility is our friend.

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Step 5: Insert all 3×4 cards

Once I have all the title cards in, I follow a similar (random) method of inserting all of the 3×4 cards. For most of these cards, I have the journaling side showing, but since the left page of each layout has a title card, leaving (3) more pockets for 4×6 photos … I flip one of the 3×4 cards over to the filler design since I would only need (3) journaling cards. (Make sense?) All Journaling Cards have a filler design on the other side so that you have a choice with each card. Either you have something to write … or you don’t. Again – versatility is our friend.

This is what a “prepped” layout looks like – all ready for 4×6 photos and your journaling notes.

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That’s how simple it can be done! Adding photos & journaling is literally ALL that is left to do. Remember: No embellishing necessary. You can if you want, but if you don’t add a single thing beyond your photos, words, and these cards … the album is DONE and it’s a beautiful and complete scrapbook! Gone are the days that we feel obligated to spend hours on elaborate layouts.

This idea of setting up an album ahead of time works really well for someone who doesn’t want to think about which cards to use each time they add their photos. Decisions are made ahead of time and quick tweaks can easily happen along the way if you want.

Are you feeling the resolve to get (or stay) motivated in your memory-keeping ambitions? If you have thoughts or ideas to share on what has helped YOU to make the process easier, faster, simpler … please do share!

COMMENTS

237 Responses

  1. Karen Brooks says:

    Great tips! I love your blog posts.

  2. Erika Hayes says:

    Would so do this….. if Strawberry core kit was available. WHY!! do you have new kits come out AFTER the new year — I wanted Strawberry to be my 2014 album… Don’t get me wrong… I have every kit except Rain (can’t get it in my area— a friend will pick it up for me) BUT I reallllly wanted to be ready to start on Jan. 1st but my favorite kit wont be out until AFTER CHA-W sigh….

    • I’m glad you’re excited about the Strawberry Edition – so are we! That edition was not intended to be “in time” for the new Year. The Coral Edition is “the one” that was fresh & new in time for the new year … and we have it in time. : )

      As you know, the Strawberry Edition has been announced and will be officially launching at the CHA trade show in January, at which time retailers can start making their purchase orders to carry the new products in the coming weeks and months. I know none of this helps the Strawberry Edition get here as fast as you’d like, but I wanted to explain that it’s not “late” by any means. ; )

    • Erika Hayes says:

      Oh I know its not “late” but it is hard to wait for the new ones to come when you see how perfect it is for your family personality… I will buy it no matter when it comes out :) cause I am officially addicted…

  3. Michelle says:

    Thank you for the heads up that this stunning Coral Edition is not available at the large retail chains — I have been looking for it for a couple weeks online. I now have one Coral Core kit on it’s way from a LSS (PhotoScraps in Eldersburg MD) and couldn’t be happier. Happy New Year to ME.

  4. Vicki says:

    I have started my 2014 album following these steps and b/c I have soooo many kits, my plan is to use a different kit each month. If that becomes too much, I will just use one kit per quarter. I’m signed up for the Big Picture Class starting January 9. I’m so excited for the end of 2014 to look back and see what my daily life was. So many details we forget….such as how adorable my Sprout kitty is when she steals my elastic hairbands and drops them in the bathtub.

  5. gina says:

    I cannot wait to get started on my 2014 album. i have already started my 1st page with 2014 inserts!

  6. dawn says:

    Hello, this was nice to read especially since I do this each year already with mine. I’m so excited and ready for the new year and new album I have to just jump in and get it ready. It saves me time later and only have to switch things out some weeks due to a special occasion or due to picture amount. I keep mine simple, nothing but cards, pictures, journaling, so thankful for this easy way of documenting my family’s story.
    Thanks so much Becky and team!

    • Petrica says:

      | Thanks Josh for updating our list! Wow, I daeippsar for a few days and I miss all this FUN!!! I am REALLY looking forward to Close Your Eyes and Hundredth among others like Alkaline Trio, Tony Sly (Solo), Story of the Year, Bouncing Souls, Amber Pacific, The Letter Black, Fireflight, She Him, Cold War Kids, etc. I need Midnight Hour and Blindside like NOW!!! I already preordered Living Sacrifice with the Shirt so I can’t wait to get it in the mail this week hopefully.

  7. jerri says:

    How do you decide which pictures you are going to print out 3×4 or even 2×2? That’s my hangup right now. I’ve got the kit, but need to figure out what size of each picture to print. I have 2 vacations from this year that I want to have a home.

    • brandi@beckyhiggins.com says:

      Great question. If you are planning on using different page designs you will need to take a few minutes to plan what sized pictures you want to print. Either 4×6, 3×4 or 4×4. Try not to overthink the process, as your album will be beautiful either way! I personally use design A and only print 4×6 horizontal or 3×4 verticals. Make the planning so much easier :) Good luck!

    • Janet Dickens says:

      Where can you print pictures in a 3×4 size?

    • Heather says:

      You can have 3×4 photos printed through StudioJ.com. Choose Get Started, then Express Collection, then the photo set, then the 3×4 photo page. You can also print other sizes, too, such as 2×2.

  8. Catherine says:

    This works! It’s exactly what I did using the Honey kit to get started at Thanksgiving. I now have five weeks completed, and the cards look great with my bright photos, even though I put them all in ahead of time. It’s a bit of a leap of faith, but I’m so happy with the results.

  9. Sherrie Breese says:

    Done and ready to roll! Thanks for this step-by-step. I would have never got anywhere if I tried to pick the “best” filler cards out each week.

  10. Katie says:

    hi Becky! I recently bought a project life album from a shop here in the UK, but it didn’t come with a page lifter…are these just for the american albums?

    • Dolorese Butterworth says:

      Hi Katie and Becky, I also purchased my first Project Life core kit and album, and also noticed that the album did not come with a page lifter. I reside in northern Ontario, Canada (very north…lol) and also wondering if this is just included in the American albums? Could you please advise?

    • Michelle O says:

      I also purchased an album that did not have a lifter. I’m in the US.

      It looks like that part of the original post has been removed. I guess the statement was incorrect. I have seen PL dividers at the store, they’re not very expensive. Maybe the lifter is there too! :)

    • Katie says:

      Hmm, deleting the line doesn’t negate the problem though. I watched Becky on Creative Live and she was talking about them there too; I would quite like an answer to whether they should be coming with the albums, especially as they have such a good purpose (to stop the protectors being ruined!) or whether they will be available to purchase separately. I think I will send Brandi (I think that’s right?) an email for clarification =)!

    • Brenda W says:

      I would agree as I am also in the UK and did not receive one in my album either and would also like to know one way or the other if they should be included or not. I think it would also be great to purchase them separately so I could also put them in some of my other albums.

    • Andrea Williams says:

      Hi all, I also live in Canada and did not get the awesome page lifter. My very first album was from Amazon and it had the lifter. I purchase my albums now from Michaels but there is nothing in all the packaging. How can we buy one so our pages stay protected?

    • brandi@beckyhiggins.com says:

      Great question. If you are planning on using different page designs you will need to take a few minutes to plan what sized pictures you want to print. Either 4×6, 3×4 or 4×4. Try not to overthink the process, as your album will be beautiful either way! I personally use design A and only print 4×6 horizontal or 3×4 verticals. Make the planning so much easier :) Good luck!

    • brandi@beckyhiggins.com says:

      Please send us a quick email to customerservice@beckyhiggins.com with your mailing information + phone number + email and we will be happy to send you out a page lifter.

  11. Danielle says:

    Thank you so much for this post! Last month I bought my first kit and can’t wait to start a weekly album in 2014. I had no clue where to start but now I do! Thank you for creating such a friendly system!!

  12. Onepinkdaisy says:

    Thank you for posting this Becky. One of my New Year’s resolutions is complete my travel album using PL. I took a ton of photos and want to include all the little stories. I picked up the vintage travel kit and am excited to get started. I love the idea of adding the cards to the album then adding the photos as I print them. PL has eased the burden of creating a huge traditional scrapbook while documenting the memories.

  13. Carolyn says:

    Thanks for this post. I am getting ready to tackle decades of photos and am hoping PL will be the thing that works! I just ordered from HSN and received it yesterday — the Heritage edition. But there is no page lifter in the album. Is there a place I can get one?

  14. Mallory says:

    I just purchased two Kraft albums for an incredible deal at Michael’s but there was no page lifter included. :(

  15. Sue says:

    I’ve also bought the Kraft album here in the UK and am planning it right now as I type this, but I also do not have the page lifter……

    It’s a lovely kit and am looking forward to filling it in day by day.

    Sue
    x

  16. Carolyn says:

    Hmmm… I just got back from Michaels. Purchased 2 more albums. No page lifters!

  17. Leslie says:

    I’ve already started my process for 2014! Thanks to this blog post, it helped me decide to slip in fillers. I will journal and slip in photos as I go. I decided to do weekly spreads this year and instead of everything being stored away until I have time to work on it (out of sight out of mind… right?) I decided to take the process a step further and attached my weekly spread on the wall in my kitchen. This is the first day it’s been up on the wall (hanging by clothes pins) and I’m shocked at how much attention it is getting from my son (who is almost 4). We talk about it ever time he walks through the kitchen. I’m excited to have him more involved and hoping by having these up where we all can see them… I will not fall behind. Thanks for everything Becky! (hugs) – Leslie

  18. Laura Hindmarsh says:

    I have some Project Life I purchased, but not sure how I want to get started. I’ve seen the Big Picture Scrapbooking class Becky is doing, and saw the Creative Life classes. Which one would teach me and help me get started with Project Life better. I want to use my Christmas money wisely.

  19. Sharon says:

    Hi Becky…. In my quest to simplify and make quicker my memory keeping process, I’ve decided a PL app would be the bees knees, so I could quickly put together photos using my iPad. Maybe there’s one already but I can’t find it….

    • brandi@beckyhiggins.com says:

      No app yet, but we hope to have one in the future!

    • Lesa says:

      There is an app called Collect that works as a way to pick a photo a day (or more!) and journal right then and there on your phone! I’ve been using the app (it’s free!) for a while now and have the goal of getting them printed to try with Project Life. Persnickety Prints talks about this on their blog too. If you click on their Facebook page there is a post today about it. https://www.facebook.com/persnicketyprints. My new mantra is DONE is better than “perfect” or…hours spent trying to reach “perfect.” :-)

  20. Suzan says:

    Great tips for a newbie like me!

  21. Donna Espiritu says:

    I’ve been thinking to do PL since it started but i’m afraid i won’t be able to fill all those pages :D thanks for the tips!

  22. Ana says:

    Love that you shared this process. I have the album and the kit, looked thru the kit, got jazzed and that was that. Now that I have some direction, I think I’ll start with the pictures from a yearly trip to Yosemite. I have 3 years worth, think I’ll put them all in one album and add the coming years. Maybe use a different kit for each year. Thanks, Becky, I now have a starting place and a goal.

  23. Julierose says:

    Dear Becky, Thank you for sharing your setting-up tips. I am beginning Project Life-r at my ripe old age of 70 (!!) for 2014. I intend to use it to record my husband’s and my retirement lives…and also the people who have gone before us. I bought both “Rain” and “Cinnamon” cores and am anxiously awaiting their arrivals. With 6 wonderful grandchildren and my Mom who is 94, I am so looking forward to recording our lives. I am a scrapbooker who used to decorate each page lavishly for years and a journaler who uses the Franklin every day–I plan to use my Franklin to more or less record my daily events in total so that I can then journal in my Life Project….hugs, Julierose

    • Arthur says:

      , if the album is just one kind of song over and over again, this one song is pretty great. I don’t want to give a ratnig to it, until I hear it in good quality but I would say that, while I usually avoid these kind of releases, this one is pretty good and I might buy it for my father.

  24. I’m looking forward to starting my 2014 PL books. Thank you Becky and team for making it so easy for me to record my memories each year. Happy New Year!

    Mary from NH

  25. Abby H says:

    These tips are great! I’ve been a huge fan of your whole line for a long time now and finally received my first set to try out for Christmas this year. My mother won the silent auction for the Midnight set you donated for Merry Market this year and then gifted it to me. (Quite a few were jealous from what I heard) Anyway, I am so very excited to get started on it! Keep up all of the amazing work!

  26. Amy CrazyCroppingChick says:

    I’m new to PL but not scrapbooking been doing it 19 years and I’m loving PL ! but there’s always a but….lol. But first I hate that you can only get the CORAL core kit in LSS since we all know LSS are hard to find these days (most have closed) so that means very few people will get it :( I have some kits but never wanted one as bad as Coral. And second I don’t care for the rounded corners…lol they look funny to me when the page is complete and have all these little gaps. Why don’t you just make square cards and those who want rounded could use your punch….it’s a win/win ! Just a thought :)

    • brandi@beckyhiggins.com says:

      When our shopping cart opens up in a few weeks, we will have the Coral kit for purchase :)

  27. Karen Logan says:

    Thank you soooo much for this blog post. I was so excited to give a project life album to my sister-in-law for Christmas. She has 2 small children and little free time. I thought this would be the perfect gift for her. She had never heard of project life – I just sent her the link to this post and it will surely help her. Thank you for ALL your great ideas to document our everyday lives!!!!!

  28. Olivia says:

    I’m planning on using PL to document our lives on a weekly basis. Because of the way New Years falls I’m confused, would this be week 1 or next week?

    • Katie says:

      Whichever causes you the least amount of stress! officially in the Gregorian calendar, this week (30th to 5th) is Week 1 of 2014, so I’m going with that, but the great thing about PL is that you can do it whichever way you like. You could include the whole week, or miss out Monday and Tuesday, or call next week, week 1! Yay flexibility! :)

  29. Terri Durham says:

    I just heard about Project Life today for the first time. I immediately went online to see what it was all about. I’ve enjoyed reading and catching up on the concept and would love to try it out for 2014. Since tomorrow is the last day of 2013 I’m going to be going to Hobby Lobby and Michaels (the only places that I know of that carry these products) to see what I can find to get started. I have a question though…my kids are grown and out on their own and I don’t yet have grandchildren, what are some suggestions of what I could document? Weird question I know and I’m thinking once I get started this question may answer its self but still…if you have any suggestions I would love to hear them. Guess I just need a little push!

    • Christina Zuraff says:

      Just a suggestion: Document everyday things! Dinner at a great restaurant, family moments, pets, even some of the crummy days (when everything just isn’t going right) lol.

    • Tokemon says:

      whoa i didn’t see a few also excited for trehencs! i’m excited but also nervous for the showdown. they need to go back to their roots. the last effort was much stronger than temptation, but could be so much better. they have so much potential, they just need to stop trying to fit in and just be themselves. I felt like the last one was a step in the right direction, but still far to go. The first album had a lot of flaws but it felt genuine it was corny and ridiculous, but it was high voltage and awesome as well.

  30. Marylee Foster says:

    I am the grandmother who does all the scrapbooking. I decided to use Project Life to do 2013. I have all the different page protector configurations. However, I am finding it really hard to find enough of the smaller cards to use. You see, my pics are taken by the mom who uses her cell phone almost exclusively to take photos. Cell phone pics are vertical, almost all of them. There are not enough cards that can be used. I have talked to lots of people who are having the a same problem, please increase the number of vertical cards! Thanks.

  31. Robyn von Ruden says:

    I just bought my first Project Life kit, and plan to make this my journal for 2014. Each day I am going to write on a card my thoughts for the day, or if a picture inspires me that day, that will be the day’s entry. Looking forward to starting this tomorrow!

  32. Kandiss Rouse-Lee says:

    Thank you for making the monumental task of starting look easy. I want to start Project Life & have everything except the creativity. This is nice because there is no stress of embellishing! Good for me! Thank you, Kandy

  33. Misty says:

    This blog post inspired me to just do it! I ordered everything, but ran into a few problems. I ordered a variety pack of 60 pages, so some of the pages (Design E) won’t work with this plan. I need to order an additional pack. Also because of the mix of pages I have, I don’t have a title cared sized top left spot open sometimes. That is ok, I can just put the card elsewhere on the page. It did trip me up though.

  34. Christina Zuraff says:

    I don’t understand the concept of the bi-fold cards. I’ve been told they are for extra journaling. But if you fold the card or just write on the back, either way you would have to pull it out to read it all. Unless I just don’t understand….which is a HUGE possibility! lol I’m really excited to start scrapbooking with PL!

  35. Allison says:

    I saw these at Michael’s today and really want to try doing one, too! Especially since my blog boo has been doing them. It seems that all the photos I take are from my cell phone. Are there any recommendations for what apps to use with android to help with the printing? I don’t have a quality printer at home.

    • Christina Zuraff says:

      If you have a Walgreens near you, you can send prints from your phone through the app! I used it for the first time last week. Uploaded my pics while sitting in bed at 8:50 and at 9:03 I got an email saying they were ready! They only print in glossy though. Just remember that most phone pics print “vertically” so if you have any taken “horizontal”, you may want to flip them so that they will print correctly. Hope this helps :)

  36. Nikki Beadnell says:

    Thanks for the tips! I just bought my first kit today, after debating about it for over a year. I was worried about giving up the personal touch I felt I have put into my previous albums, by designing each and every page. I realize, though, that I will NEVER get very far at this rate (I can get overwhelmed by design decisions for just one page), so I am ready to give this a try! I love the coordinating look and neatness of it all. Looking forward to getting started!

  37. Daisy says:

    This helped a lot, this is my first day working with a Project life album
    I went to michaels today and i didn’t find a big selection bought 2 albums, one box of cards and the pockets. i can’t wait to start tomorrow. Thank you…… Daisy

  38. Joan Byrne says:

    This is what I do with “Project Life:” I set up the album as Becky indicates above. I take a photo everyday, but also use pictures sent by family or friends. (They may count as one of my daily photos.) Sunday night, after editing my pictures, I order from Snapfish. I order 4×6 horizontal collage prints for both my horizontal and vertical pictures. There is no cropping of the image. I can choose a border, add a title or place several photos in the collage. Usually I just use one photo. My order arrives on Wednesday afternoon and I put the photos in place. I especially enjoy the journaling cards: they are just the right size for art journaling (think artist’s trading cards). I make collages, draw, paint, stamp, etc. They also can make good backgrounds for small photographs. Besides my own version of “Project 365” I also enjoy Smash books and traditional scrapbooking.

  39. Kay Curlee says:

    Becky, do you ever have photos left over, and what do you do with them?
    I love Project Life.
    Thanks

  40. De Ann says:

    I purchased my first project life kit and am feeling quite overwhelmed. I have the 60 pages in the album, the first and last page cards inserted. Now working on the title cards and journaling cards. Do you use the back of the cards for the next page, or put in another card, making 2 in each slot? Wondering if you have any free training videos. Thank you

  41. Julie says:

    Becky, As an avid “Scrapper” I followed you throughout your career at Creating Keepsakes. I haven’t picked scrap booking up in years as I teach first grade and have 3 boys all under he age of 10. I’m so happy for you and your new adventure. I found out about Project Life on Instagram and I can’t wait to get started again. You have motivated me to tell my story and share my family memories. Thank you for creating something that we all need! You have an incredible talent and years later you still continue to amaze with your hardwork, talent, dedication. Wishing you all the best on your new adventure!

  42. Chris H says:

    Hi there,
    I’ve decided to start small with a mini album since my attempts at larger scrapbooking albums have always ended in failure:) I’m so excited about the adorable albums I found in Michaels along with the 6×6 pages to go with them. I had a question about the theme card sets. I downloaded the winter catalogue and was looking for theme cards, the first theme cards listed is a Seasons theme pack which shows it’s new. I can’t find it anywhere, when will it be available?
    I can’t wait to get started. My plan is to complete a project 12 this year and get the photos off my computer into a cute project life mini album:)!!
    Thanks!

    • Koyel says:

      Wow, this is awesome. And a film? These guys are like the Christian Pink Floyd of post-hardcore/artcore/whateveryouwanttocallit, haha. Can’t wait to hear this as Realis was one of my farovite albums last year. Love concept albums too and I’m glad more bands are attempting this sort of thing instead of albums full of radio singles’.

  43. Tiffany H says:

    You had a video on your “old” website showing how you set up a baby album. I cannot seem to find it here on the new website. Where can I find it or when will you put it back up? Love all your work! Thanks.

  44. Marilyn says:

    Hi Becky
    Thank you for this “help” page. I live in Australia and have just purchased my first PL kit – Heritage. My aim is to record lots of memories of my parents and childhood – photos taken by my mum back in 1950’s with a box Brownie camera. Most of the photographs are very small, not very clear but they all I have. Any tips for where/how to start would be great. I have been scrapping for quite a few years but PL is all new to me.

  45. Anita Sellers says:

    I have 3 kits, but I can’t seem to get them going. Would love for this to be my new way to scrapbook.

  46. Dahnean says:

    Oh my goodness! I never knew scrapbooking could be made so simple until I learned about Becky Higgins, Project Life! My daughter and I are scrapbookers and find it hard to find the time to just scrapbook, but Project Life will make us find the time to enjoy scrapbooking! We are going to give Project Life a whirl soon! So excited to get started! Thanks Becky for making our scrapbooking world so much fun!

  47. Kim says:

    Hello! I’ve been searching for the Coral Kit and can’t find it on,one or in stores. Is it still available??

    Thanks!
    Kim

    • Brandi Nielsen says:

      Coral will be available in our shopping cart – opening VERY soon.

    • Narinder says:

      | What’s with that three disc Emery collection?!Also, Lovelite have a rroced out on Come&Live! titled Nearness’ (scheduled early 2010). Alongside that I know The Ember Days, Daniel Bashta and Preson Phillips are all releasing for Come&Live! at some point because they have all been writing and rroceding recently.

  48. Vilma Rodriguez says:

    I think this may be the answer to my inability to compartmentalized brain. Scrap booking is very overwhelming so I’m considering this for my husband 50th gift to gather notes and pics from family and friends that have impacted his life. Hopefully this will work – just looking for a bit more variety or theme. Thx

  49. A big thank you :) I’ve just discovered your amazing kits and am officially hooked!
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    Thank you and Happy Project Lifing :)

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      There are so many ways around this – your photos don’t have to be in perfect numerical order. Maybe find 4 pictures from around that time period that would work in those pockets. You could also fill those pockets with filler cards, journaling bits or other photos from around the house, favorite toys,etc. that are not time specific and could really go anywhere in your album.
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      I have the same problem working with older, pre-printed photos that I’m trying to get caught up on, and when I’m working on one event that spans several pages, I don’t want to randomly fill a page with some other event. So I’m stuck and find it is taking every bit as long as the traditional scrapbooking.

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    Hi Becky. I just got my first Project Life Album. I am very excited to start filling it. I have a crop this weekend with my girlfriends and I will be so happy to get more than one layout done as is my typical pace with traditional scrapbooking. I do have one question, in my core kit the title cards (4X6) had several journal cards with a fold down the middle. How are these intended to be used?

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    I love your idea and I have your Project Life Kit! However, I’m trying to view your step-by-step information above but nothing appears other than the BH_SettingUpAnAlbum_122713_and then a number which I’m assuming refers to that particular step.

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    Hello Becky, I am excited to start project life albums for my twins. They are currently 15 years old. I have a baby album for each twin and I am currently collecting photos for each of them for scrapbooks of highlights of past 15 -16 years. I would like to give them this as gift for 16th birthday…not sure if it will be ready in time but hat’s ok; I don’t want to rush with it. Should I start with each birthday, calendar year or school year? How many photos for each year should I use? Is there a class I should take to learn more about this? If so, where can I go to register for the class? Lastly, where should I go to order supplies? Are there stores that carry your products or just online? Thanks so much!

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    Hello!

    I just picked up my Project Life Album kit and I am excited :)
    I started to place the cards into the pockets – I am confused about the front and back aspect of each page. Are two cards suppose to go into each flap facing out? So you can have the card you want showing in each slot? (Example – I placed the You & Me card in a slot, on the back it have a different design saying that I may not want showing on the next page)

    Hopefully I am making sense!
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    Hi ms. Becky. The first time I saw your website about project life. I’m getting addicted to it. I really love something creative and scrapbooking But your idea is much more easier and still much creative and modern. I’m from Philippines and this 12×12 binder And your project life kit? If you can give me where can I purchase these stuffs, it would be a dream come true to me. Thank you for inspiring me miss Becky. Words aren’t enough how I would like to have one and start with this project life…

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    Thank you for sharing! I love this. I love scrapbooking, but with a full time job, school, a house, a husband and a 3 year old….life can get complicated. More and more my pictures get trapped in cyber world, or worst yet…in my media card (in my camera).

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    PLEASE COULD YOU ADVISE I AM ABSOLUTELY NEW TO PROJECT LIFE I HAVE JUST COME BACK FROM BELGIUM, FRANCE AND HOLLAND TO SEE THE CENTENARY OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR SOMETHING MY HUSBAND HAD ON HIS BUCKET LIST TO DO I AM THRILLED WITH THE PHOTOES I TOOK BUT NEED TO START PROJECT LIFE I HAVE BEEN A SCRAPBOOKER FOR YEARS BUT THIS LOOKS SO DIFFERENT AND NEW AND WOULD LOVE TO TRY. I HAVE BOUGHT AN ALBUM AND PHOTO POCKETS AND THE DESIGN MIDNIGHT AS I LIKED THE COLOURS BEING THE SUBJECT OF THE PHOTOES. IF THERE IS ANY ADVISE WOULD APPRECIATE IT BEING A COMPLETE NOVICE MANY MANY THANKS.

  63. Kathy Boss says:

    It’s so easy but I’m also still learning. I love the concept and it works well for me. I love my pictures because of myself but because of my daughter and husband, my grandkids, and now my great-grandkids. I want them to know their heritage and be able to carry on the legacy. I do accept all advice and helpful hints that I can get.

  64. Kathi says:

    I’m just getting started! I purchased a few Honey Addition albums and a Big Variety Pack at a local store. When I opened the photo pocket pages it seems that lines from the crimping have created lines in the next few -different design pages. Will these go away OR should I exchange them for a different box? Thanks!

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    disculpe, me encanta todo esto sobre el project , lamentablemente soy de mexico y es muy complicado y costoso conseguir todos estos articulos, ademas traerlos de estados unidos tambien es costoso y un poco complicado… realmente me gustaria poder realizar un project life. amo las fotos y amaria mucho poder tener estos articulos para que mis recuerdos perduren por mucho mas tiempo.
    me encantan todos tus kits
    gracias

  66. Ann Jordison says:

    Thanks so much for the information. I have5 albums that I need to complete ASAP and this will help so much! Are you coming out with any new core kits for babies?

  67. Frankie says:

    Just discovering Project Life and I’m interested in the digital. I downloaded the app “Scrapbook” for my android. On your website it talks about IPhone and IPad. Are all your add-on apps for IPhone and IPad only? Having a hard time learning more about your digital Project Life.

  68. Mindy says:

    Are all your photo pockets horizontal ? Do you have vertical pockets? What size photos fit in the pockets

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    I just picked up a kit to do a cook book. I need to learn more about this system. Like how to do family album.

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    Still cant understand why prices in the UK are almost double what they are in the states though. Its a little off putting!

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  208. Christina Corriere says:

    Thank for this very informative and helpful blog post! I love Project Life and have just recently started within the past 2 months. I was just wondering, for an average 12×12 album, about how many 4×6 photos do you guys print to fill the album? I like printing my photos at Target, and am pretty much getting the hand of Project Life, with the album, the page protectors, and the core kits; but I’m just wondering for 60 pages, how many photos do you usually print and insert?

    Thanks Project Lifers!
    Christina

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