Thursday, May 23, 2013

Completed Project Life Album using the Becky Higgins Jade Kit

I finished my 2010 Project Life album using the Becky Higgins Jade kit.

 On a past blog post, I shared the Jade project life kit that I bought from HSN.
I finally finished the album.

Here is my YouTube video with a flip through of the album.

I already had all of the pictures printed and in a regular album.  
I wanted to do a project life style album so I could add journaling and the stories behind my pictures.
Here are a few pictures of some of the pages. 
This album is full. I encourage you to watch the video so you can see the entire album.
Here is my front title page. 

I love these tabbed dividers that came with the kit. 


I kept my layouts simple.
I had a lot of pictures, so my layouts consist of mainly pictures, a journaling card, and a filler card. 




Depending on my pictures, I used mainly Design A page protectors from Becky Higgins. 

For documenting our summer beach vacation, I used some Design D page protectors.


For documenting a work trip below, I used some We R Memory Keepers page protectors.


This is the back title page. I added some Ali Edwards stamps to a couple of the title cards below. 

This ended the 2010 project life album. 


I am so happy that I bought this kit and that I took the time to put together this album. 

I love capturing our pictures and stories using this style of scrapbooking.

Thank you for looking. 
See you on the next post.

3 comments:

  1. Great pages! I really love the cover page, and how you added some Cameo cuts. I've been mapping out some pictures to print to do a2009 (when I met my husband) to 2011 book using my Blush kit. I started doing PL in 2012. This post is great inspiration!

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  2. Terrific job. Love using my cameo too, just have to remember. I cut a pile but haven't used them as the colors are never right for the page I am working on, lol

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  3. I watched your You Tube video on this album. LOVE it! My favorite part was that you figured out how to use all the pictures that you already had printed. That's exactly what I want/need to do. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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