Sunday, August 25, 2013

Are you a Project Lifer yet?

Are you still thinking about jumping on the band wagon and doing Project Life? Now is the time!!! Project Life has become wildly popular. It is all over Instagram, Pinterest, and the blogging world. You can now purchase Project Life kits and accessories at both Hobby Lobby and Michaels, which means you can use coupons people!!! Amazon still has the largest selection of PL products, but the display at Michaels is visually tempting and there are special core kits that were designed only for the store. If you still aren't convinced that PL is for you, I strongly urge you to try. It is better to try and not like it than to never try, right? I will be sharing my newest pages with you tomorrow. I am still playing catch up from all our vacation time this summer. I also am working on a PL mini album for our Cape Cod trip. Until then, I wanted to share a new class that is starting over at Big Picture Classes. The Project Life Lessons class runs from September 5 - 25, and the cost is $45. I have not participated in this class, so I can not give an opinion about it, but I can say that Big Picture has awesome classes, and the feedback is always positive. Here is a little glimpse.


Project Life Lessons
Expert photo tips, journaling solutions, and organizing ideas for Project Life scrapbookers
Set yourself up for memory-keeping success in Project Life Lessons! Three experts have teamed up to share tons of insider secrets for making the most of any Project Life project. Packed with videos, downloads, handouts, and beautiful layout examples, Project Life Lessons includes three times the content you'd find in a typical 3-week workshop.
What's Project Life? It's a memory-keeping movement developed by Becky Higgins that has changed the way tens of thousands of scrapbookers approach their photos and their stories. This simple, streamlined solution is as easy as slipping photos and journaling cards into photo sleeves, embellishing a little, and calling it done.
And yet, even with a system this revolutionary, it's not uncommon to feel overwhelmed by product and design choices, intimidated by the beautiful examples found in online galleries, uncertain about which photos to choose or how to resize and print them, and perpetually behind on your Project Life goals.
Three experienced Project Lifers to the rescue! Elise Blaha Cripe, Annette Haring, and Megan Anderson and will share their tried-and-true tips in the areas of photo management, storytelling, organization, assembly, and more. Whether your approach involves weekly spreads, monthly highlights, or something more custom, you can establish an effective working process that will help you make your albums a better reflection of who you really are and what matters most to you.

 
Elise Blaha Cripe

Annette Haring

Megan Anderson


To find out more, please visit Big Picture Classes.


Enjoy!
- Awbree

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