For Christmas last year, my sister asked for Project Life supplies. If you don't know what Project Life is, it's a new-ish scrapbooking system, created by Becky Higgins, for those who don't have the time to really sit down and scrapbook, but who love the style and memories created. I had seen various bloggers also posting about Project Life, and I was really intrigued by it. It seemed to involve a binder with page protectors in it, but the page protectors were made up of all sorts of different pockets, 2x3in 4x6in (perfect for photos!) 6x6in, and 12x12in. You are able to purchase paper packs, where there are little cards already cut down to size for the pockets, and if you have the inspiration, you can still build a traditional scrapbooking page for the large pockets. I picked up some of the supplies for myself, and was pretty good at building the pages for a while this winter. But then it seemed like I ran out of pictures. We tend to not take too many pictures around here anymore, because we don't like missing out on the actual activities. But for those of you who want to have photo albums to show your adventures, as well as having little journaling bits to go along with your story, then Project Life might be for you!
I really like some of the cards that are out there to help fill up your pages, but most just weren't my style. I love hand drawn, watercolours, and lettering (duh!), so I decided that I would make my own! I've listed them in the shop as instant digital downloads for you all, if you like them too! Click on the images below to take you to them in the shop. You can print them out , and use them in your albums as many times as you want! Here's the three sets I currently have available, and hopefully if there are people interested in them, I'll have some more coming out soon!