I am starting to get back into my Project Life Family Album after not having much time a over the last few weeks.
In my membership commuity this week I shared my process for going through current product, and getting foundation pages set up.
I thought I would share with you a few of those tips here for you.
In the video below I’m going to walk through my entire process. This is how I’m pulling items from Stash to create a monthly kit.
I purchased the Peach Designs HERE on Etsy since I didn’t have any of the Peach Paper left I was originally going to use.
Monthly Set Up & Process:
The main items I used for this month came from the Ali Edwards Stories By The Month Kit.
You can check that HERE. I love getting this kit each month. It gives me a great starting jumping-off point for my monthly layout.
I added several pieces of 12″ x 12″ simple pattern paper I had on had. All of these came from past Stampin Up stacks of paper.
One thing I love having on hand is simple, basic pattern paper.
These are designs and pieces that I can reach for over and over and make work with whatever is currently in style.
Having these kinds of pattern in my stash make it easy to create layouts, and Project Life Pages.
I wish Stampin Up still did these basic backs in 12″ x 12″, however they currently only do these kinds of designs in 6″ x 6″
Speaking of Pattern Paper Stampin Up is offering all of their Designer Series Paper for a great price this month.
You can purchase any of these in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below.
I’m so happy to be working in my Project Life Album once again. I will go back and put together May once I order photos.
If you want to dive into more memory-keeping projects you can join my Membership Community Life Simply Documented HERE.