27 Aug 2013

Harri's Project Life Album

You might remember my post about scrapbooking. Well I said that I was going to make a Project Life inspired album. Becky Higgins has lured me in, and I am now an official user of Project Life. After receiving some what could be called junk mail from Spotlight with Project life on the cover, I went to one of our nearest one, and brought a album. Since it was new and on trial, the pockets (in one design) were gone. So we went to another one on Sunday and they had heaps of things. I bought a album and 24 pocket pages to start. I'm not going to by the journalling cards, or the core kits. I printed a few cards off the Internet instead and used my photos creativity.

So this weekend I spent using up way too much photo paper and numerous trips to Paper Plus to stock up on photo paper and printing all my photos from July and August for the start of my scrapbook album. I'm really happy with the results of the albums.

For my Queenstown (July) page, I printed a handmade card for the writing of the page and a map of central Queenstown which I split for the middle pockets. I also made my own title using photoshop. I hope to make my Project Life album pages a regular blog topic. xx Harri



  1. Hey Harri,
    I love your pages! You really get the vibe of that day.
    I never bought any scrapbook supplies either, I just use old paper and whatever I've got lying around, ha.
    Have a lovely day!
    xo Flora // thelastpostblog.blogspot.com

  2. Heyyy Harri!
    Ur scrapbook looks AWESOME!!!
    I really loved how u used just photos and some other bits of cardboard!
    Its sooo cool that way!! Coz I use stickers and lots of patterned paper with my scrapbooking!
    Hope to keep seeing more amazing pages!
    Lots of love,
    Alex XOXO

  3. I love your scrapbook. It looks very professional too. I think it will be an excellent thing to look back on in the future.



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