2014 Digital Project Life - September 9 - 19 Using the Project Life App

Sharing another chunk of September today:

I used the Everyday Adventure cards, an in-app purchase. I love the bright colors, and the kit seems quite versatile. I didn't already own this one digitally so I was ok purchasing it. I haven't tried yet but it seems you can print the individual cards out from the app using the collage option, so $1.99 for a kit seems like a great deal when you compare it to the price of the full digital kit that you purchase online. I'm hoping that they will add the ability to type on photos in the app so I can make use of the digital kits I already own a bit easier.

There's a lot of random included in these pages. A shot of my nails, playing play-doh, starting our Disney countdown calendar and receiving our Magic Bands. I added the first set of Halloween cards I made this year, a shot of our office as we are getting ready to move to a new building, and the new freezer we got so we could buy more meat & frozen goods that are on sale. (We have a teeny tiny freezer because we bought an apartment sized fridge when we moved in, and have not replaced it yet. It was necessary to get a chest freezer because we really had trouble storing much in the freezer that's attached to the fridge).

Of course I had to include a note and photo about Brad getting his new iPhone 6 (he upgraded from the old 4), Austin's new Thomas shoes, and a cute little quote from Austin making a Mickey in his play-doh.

All text was added with Rhonna Designs. I got smart this time and added the text to the photo before inserting it into my layout, vs. the other way around (which I did with the first few pages I made). I don't see a way to zoom in on Rhonna so that was a little difficult. Much easier to add the text first.

Project Life 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. Or you can design a page like this one using the brand new Project Life iOS app.

No comments:

Post a Comment