Finishing up July of my Project Life book. The entire month fit in 4 pages, so that makes me happy. Less pages means a less expensive photo book.
Anyway, here's the last part of July:
I only included one photo from Fort Foster, since I'd already made a layout using several from the day. I added tickets and photos from a Lowell Spinners game we'd attended, my current reading obsession (cannot get enough of Fifty Shades), and a snapshot I'd taken of Austin and Brad together one evening that I really loved.
I used a few of my free photo templates for journaling, and also freely added some text boxes on some of the other photo pockets.
Here is the completed spread (the first page I've already shared).
I'm (currently, anyway) loving how clean these pages look and how quickly they come together, leaving me more time to be creative for other projects and pages.
is an amazing and simple scrapbooking system designed by Becky Higgins.
While I often use products created by other designers, I attribute my
love of pocket style scrapbooking to Becky and Project Life, which is
why I always refer to my pocket pages as Project Life. For more
information, please check out Becky's website. If you're new to the blog and you'd like to scroll back
through my past few years doing Project Life, you can find all of my
Project Life related posts here. In 2014 I switched to the digital Project Life format, which you can find products for here.