Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Project Life and Stampin' Up!

Good morning!  I am so excited this morning... yesterday Stampin' Up! announced a partnership with Project Life.  Woot! Woot!  If you are familiar with Project Life it's a quick and easy way to get your photos into albums.  The system uses pocket page protectors so you can easily slide in your photos and add designed cards.  Most people use Project Life to document daily life - usually a 2 page spread showcasing the happenings over the course of the week (I have a few samples here).  There are many different ways to use it though.  I've used pocket pages for themed albums (see my Christmas album here) and right along side my regular scrapbooking layouts.  The photos I want to really emphasize I usually do a regular layout but if I have additional photos to include, I use the divided pages for those and will usually add a few accents and cards to any empty pockets.  It's a great way to get albums finished and more importantly your photos into albums.  I have a video that I filmed a few years ago showing you how I organize my albums and in it I talk more about my photo organizing system.

Anyway back to Project Life...  Stampin' Up! will be carrying a line of exclusive Project Life supplies in Stampin' Up!'s colors and designs.  How fun is that?!  There will be a full line in the new catalogue (to be released June. 2nd) but here's a peak at some of the new products. 
These products will be available to order May 1st.  As a demonstrator we have the opportunity to order them on Monday!  So excited!!!

If you are an avid Project Lifer - imagine being able to make money showing people just how easy it is to document their life and to get their photos into albums so that they can enjoy them!  This partnership between Project Life and Stampin' Up! has offered us this opportunity!  If this is something you'd like to do or have questions about, please email me - I'd be more than happy to answer them!  Or if you know this is for you - sign up online.

Have a creative day!

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