6 January 2011

Project Life

I just did it... I ordered a Project Life kit! I've always had an interest in scrapbooking but I've only ever attempted a couple of pages. I love the idea of documenting our family life, and so this will help me do just that.

You can read about Project Life here. I chose the Amber kit.

Listed on the site are some extremely good reasons to try this project out. Here we go....

5. Save time. Save stress.

The organization and design that is Project Life is already figured out for you. Different from traditional scrapbooking, there is no stress about where to place photos, which papers to use, techniques to incorporate, products to coordinate. The work is done. You just add your photos and journaling.

4. No more guilt.

Gone are the days that you feel bad about not doing something with your pictures or your kids' pictures. Now you can actually get those pictures off the computer and into a format that can be enjoyed. Project Life makes photo-displaying story-telling fun and easy.

3. Improve your skills.

Knowing that your pictures and memories are going to be preserved and enjoyed in Project Life, you will naturally improve your photography and writing skills.

2. Incredible value.

Nowhere else can you find this kind of value for everything that you get. The scrapbooking kit is full of beautifully coordinated products that would cost so much more if purchased as individual components. The digital book is also a great value, as you don't need any software or special tools.

1. It's therapeutic.

Whether you add a picture on a daily basis or simply highlight a few favorite shots per month, you will likely find yourself more tuned into to your surroundings, priorities, habits, and blessings.

I cannot wait to receive it. I'm looking forwarding to being creative and enjoying this process of documenting our days.

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