Then I included all of my favorite photos from the fair.
Of course the best photos (Jonas with the robot and Eliza and Jake with Darth Vader) were the largest. I added photos and words straight in from the blog post (one of my favorite scrapbooking tricks). This side was mostly digital with a few stickers added in for color.
And the second page is just a digital photo collage. The pages was looking too crowded, so I added in strips of off-white to separate the photos and to give the eye a place to rest.
And then the back of the program + a bit of memorabilia (sticker, reduction print from one of the tables, wristband).
I really like making smaller layouts for big events and adding them to Project Life as inserts. It’s making Project Life really work as my only scrapbooking system (though I’ll still be making minis like this one). It’s also inspiring me to really focus on the photos and the story, because I’m thinking of each page as part of a whole instead of as it’s own element. Love it, love it, love it.
Don’t forget to check out my Project Life guest series on the Big Picture Classes Blog! For this week’s challenge, you can enter to win a prize from Ormolu and you’ll also be entered to win the grand prize: a big Project Life prize pack including a Core kit, Binder, Big pack of photo pocket pages, Big envelope pages, and Scrapbook dividers!
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Project Life is a memory keeping concept created by Becky Higgins.