Welcome to Project Life Weekly. Last year I started sharing my Project Life Family Album Process with you weekly.
This turned into Project Life Thursdays. This Year I’m going to continue to share Project Life Album content.
I’m going to start the year with Project Life Weekly which happens on Tuesdays.
For the entire month of January, I’m going to focus on helping you get started with Project Life.
I want to help you not only get inspired to start your own album, but I also want to help you figure out systems to see this project through until the end of the year.
This first week we are going to focus on the supplies that you need to get started.
Don’t worry if you don’t have all of these things right now in your hands. You can get started while waiting for supplies to arrive or finding time to pick them up.
The First Step To Getting Started:
The first thing you are going to do is something I bet you are already doing! Taking photos. It is that simple.
We are all taking more photos that we know what to do with and that is fantastic!
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Taking photos is something I find great joy in, and it comes naturally to me to want to pick up my phone and take photos.
However there are weeks, or sometimes months I find myself not taking as many, and needing a little inspiration to get back on track.
The Physical Supplies Needed:
The first thing you have to decide is what size album you want to use. I’ve always used a 12×12 and that is what I will stick with.
I get my albums at Scrapbook.com HERE. I like all of my albums to match so I stick with the same colors each year.
The next thing you need to pick up Page protectors. As I mentioned in the video you will want to make things easy on yourself by deciding which way you want your photos printed. That will determine the page protectors you purchase.
I get all of my page protectors from Becky Higgins HERE.
Once you have your album and page protectors you can set up your album.
The more you have set up, and the more of a system that you have in place the better chance you have of completing the project.
One Step At A Time:
Once you have your album set up, and you are taking photos you are on your way to getting a Family or Personal album completed for the year.
In the coming weeks, I will be talking about different products you can use, ways to add journaling, photos you can take, and stories you can tell.