I’m happy to be back here for Project Life Thursday where I am sharing my Project Life Family album for 2023.
Over this last week we have had a crazy weather storm hit us hard here in California.
The kids have been out of school, and there have been all kinds of crazy stuff happening.
I wanted to documented this weather storm and what was happening in our community.
I find it easier to document a situation as it is happening instead of going back to it after a few weeks.
My plan for this app page is for them to go in between my February pages.
One of the things I love when using the Project Life App is it doesn’t matter what style page protectors you use.
When you get these pages printed they come as 12×12 photos.
All of the following pages, there is a mix of photos I took myself and, screenshots of information from online.
As well as photos that others posted which I just snagged.
I use both my phone and iPad when using the Project Life App. Make sure you are backing your pages up, and have all the same content loaded to all devices.
Whenever I’m using the app to create pages I have a rough idea in my mind of how I want them to go into my album.
I try to make sure I create the pages in a way that they will fit in the space.
For this layout, I will be cutting it in half and putting it into a 6″ x 12″ page protector.
This way I can add this in between a few of the other pages. Once I get the pages I can add any physical product I want.
Under normal circumstances I would choose to add some many extra pages to my album regarding one event.
However, it has been a huge part of our life over the last few weeks, and it worth having this event documented to look back on.
It is also rare that I get to document stories about the snow, or crazy weather during the winter.
To end the cap the pages I did a final collage of all the differnt things happening around our community.
The next step was to order the prints through the app which I have already one.
Once I get the pages in the mail you will share my album for the month of February.