How To Scrapbook Kids School Projects

Project Life School Projects

Did you know that there is more to scrapbooking than just using pretty product? As much as I love using all the PRETTY items I get to use when I am putting together album, the thing I love the most is TELLING THE STORIES!

Documenting my families everyday moments is why I adore Scrapbpking and why I feel in love with Project Life! 

Today I want to share with you how to scrapbook kids school projects so that ALL those school papers don’t take over your house.

{How To Scrapbook Kids School Projects}

These are some of my favorite pages in Kayla’s Project Life Album! I love that we get to see so many different things she worked on! This such a wonderful way to keep her the projects she worked without have to keep papers take over our home!

I also feel like this is a safer way to keep these projects because the school does not use archival safe paper when have kids create these projects. Over time the acid in the paper of these projects are going destroy it.

By having these photos we will be able to keep these for much longer.

Project Life School Projects

Project Life School Projects

Project Life School Projects

Project Life School Projects

For this project I used Becky Higgins Design F page protect but the Design U would also work really well. This is a such a fun way to get a lot of photos on one layout into your album.

The rest of the product that I used is from Stampin’ Up and you see those products below. Pick up any of these items in my online store HERE.


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I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing how I am getting more of the kids school projects into their albums! I would love to know how you feel about keeping “kids stuff”. Is it a struggle to figure out what to keep and what to let go?

I will be back on Thursday to share with you come cards I’ve created using New Holiday Product!

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