Happy Monday and welcome to another blog hop from the Inkreators team. Our theme this month is scrapbooking. You may be starting here or have come here from the talented Lauren at LoveLifeLauren either way you can follow your way around be clicking on the “next” button at the end of this post. That way you won’t miss a thing.
Now to say I am a “scrapbooker” would be stretching the truth, not to say I don’t love it I just never seem to have the time to finish a complete layout. That’s why I love Project Life from Stampin’ Up! it’s quick and easy. All you need is your photos, some pocket pages and your Project Life card collection and you’re up and running.
Today I’m sharing some photos from my son’s recent birthday and I’m using one of the 12X12 pocket pages. But instead of a Project Life Card Collection I wanted to show you how easy it is to make your own cards using stamps and embellishments you already have at home. So I went about collecting up a few of my birthday sets, including one of my favourites Amazing Birthday – soon to be retired, .
I printed my photos in black and white and just used the pop of colour to add contrast.
I was surprised at how quickly it all came together. You will be pleasantly surprised author much you can accomplish in a short space of time. Maybe it won’t be such a daunting task to tackle the huge backlog of memories I still have waiting to be “scrapped” lol!
In some of the pockets I adhered stamped images directly to the photo. However for some of the smaller 3×4 pockets I printed photos 2 to a 4×6 print and then created my own card to add to the pocket. This gave me much more artistic freedom to say way I wanted with my images.
I know you will love seeing all the other creative ideas from the girls sharing with you today so hop on over to see what the talented Liv at Inkreations has created for you.
To make this project at home – you will need these products.
LOVE these pages Michelle! You have done an awesome job showcasing how easy and quick it is to create your own PL cards and embellishments! You’ve inspired me to do this when I start doing some of my albums. Love the colour combo too!