Pocket Scrapbooking with Project Life

Cultivate a good life and record it.



Olive Edition – everyday inspiration

We’ve shared lots of Olive inspiration with you over the past few days – heritage pages, a mini album, a wedding album, a fun origami project, and even digital pages. Today we’re sharing everyday inspiration for scrapbooking the bits + pieces of our lives. Project Life was created as a solution to simplify the memory keeping process in order to allow you more time to enjoy the everyday moments. The pages below were all created using the Olive Edition – which is still 20% off through tonight (midnight EST) – and our Design A Photo Pocket Pages.


pages by Lorimay Barba


pages by Lorimay Barba


pages by Shelly Jaquet

*ShellyJaquetFeb9pages by Shelly Jaquet


We certainly hope you’ve enjoyed all the Olive inspiration over the past 5 days. It’s very rare to run a sale like this on Project Life and we just knew you’d love the opportunity to save some $$ on this gorgeous edition. Remember: The Amazon sale ends tonight at midnight EST. Take advantage of saving 20% on ALL OLIVE products while you can – and of course we want to see your pages and projects. Email pictures to submissions@beckyhiggins.com anytime!

Project Life Core Kit - Olive Edition 2642

Click here to go directly to the Core Kit on Amazon.

Project Life Binder - Olive Edition 2659

Click here to go directly to the Binder on Amazon.

Project Life 12x12 Designer Paper - Olive Edition 2925

Click here to go directly to the 12×12 Designer Paper on Amazon.

Project Life Month Dividers - Olive Edition 2567

Click here to go directly to the Month Dividers on Amazon.


3 Responses

  1. StephJ says:

    Love these simple layouts — the pictures truly take center stage.

  2. Elizabeth A says:

    I’m doing my first PL ever, and decided to do it digitally. Thanks so much for such a great idea and a wonderful product. You can see this week’s layout here: http://kisiwa.blogspot.com/2013/02/project-life-2013-week-7.html

  3. Shanon says:

    I love seeing these simple, traditional pages. It really gives me a better feel for what the kits really look like.