Calling all Shutterfly Project Lifers!

You all know I do Project Life. What some of you may not know, is that Project Life is now available on Shutterfly.

So you readers that don't do Project Life but love making photo books? Now you can participate without changing how you're currently preserving your memories. (Well, ok, you might make some changes!).

Here's a look at the Design A template (you'll recognize this as the main layout I use each week).

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Why am I bringing this up? Recently a friend decided she would like to continue Project Life over on Shutterfly, and I've been looking around for inspiration images for her, and have only found a handful. I am hoping that some of my readers have used the digital Project Life on Shutterfly and might post links to their layouts! If you do, I'll feature you in a big round up post next week. So please, post your layouts, or if you know anyone who has, send them on over here to add theirs. Just reply in the comments with a link to your layouts, and be sure to include your name so I can credit you in the post! Links to blog posts or direct links to images are both acceptable!

1 comment:

  1. HI! I forgot to mention in my Shutterfly post that I use Photoshop to make all my pages. This gives me to freedom to add photos to journaling spots, the rounded corners, changing the page protectors, adding brushes and basically making it completely customizable. I then save it as a picture and in Shutterfly select 'use picture' as a background. Hope that helps! :)