One of my goals this year is to try to stay on top of my Project Life pages. Joining Traci Reed's team has definitely helped with that. My month has been broken down into a page or two at a time which is more doable for me. I am doing a mix of hybrid and paper pages, several of which I have made tutorials or process videos to accompany.
This is my title page for 2015. I shared how I used templates to create this hybrid layout.
I created a page for my One Little Word. This is another hybrid layout in which I experimented with gold ink. I wanted this page to have some shimmer.
I created this layout using a prompt from Simple Scrapper. Essentially, it's a recap of my day. It was a challenging day in which I dealt with kitchen repairs and errands.
I wanted to create a page about common sites in our neighborhood. I have been trying to photograph where I live with a new perspective in mind. I keep asking myself how I can present a common photo in a new way. Using templates is one of the ways I changed how I present my some of those photos. You can see how I created these cards in a recent process video.
I didn't stick to one kit for the entire month as I had originally planned. Most of the pages I loved and I did find it ok to mix the kits. These pages are mixed in with full size 12x12 pages between some of them which helped me from feeling the mix of kits was too eclectic. I do plan to stick to one kit, or at the least,one color palette for February.We shall see if that makes more of my project life pages appealing to me.
If you missed the original episode with Jess, you can listen to it by heading over to the DigiScrap Geek Podcast.
I shared my thoughts about pocket page scrapbooking in this blog post.
My 2013 Project Life Pages
My 2014 Project Life pages