Project Life is celebrating 3 years this week and we’re celebrating with a bunch of giveaways today as part of the Creative Team blog hop.
As most of you know, Project Life is a big part of my memory keeping endeavors these days. Looking back through these albums is such a fun experience. So many wonderful little and big memories within these pages. Here’s a quick look back:
My pages were even simpler back in 2010 (and they are still pretty simple now). At that time I decided to make my own journal cards vs. using the kit cards.
This post from February 2010 talked about how it was going.
Do you guys remember that 2010 ended up falling off the shelf it was sitting on and everything fell out of the album? That’s still sitting in a pile in my office (best intentions of course) and it’s on my long list of projects to tackle.
I completed all 52-weeks in 2011 and I loved it.
As most of you know this is now simply a weekly (almost always) part of my life.
It’s a project I continued even through the process of getting a divorce. I think in many ways it was part of the healing process – a visual representation of all the things I had to be grateful for. I definitely included references to the challenges here and there, but I also kept the focus on moving forward.
So love Project Life. You can check out my Project Life archives here.
I’d also recommend checking out Becky’s updated Free Stuff page – cool downloads available there.
Check out giveaways on each of the Creative Team members blogs:
- Cathy Zielske
- Deb Duty
- Jennifer Woodbury
- Jessica Sprague
- Kelly Purkey
- Lindsay Teague Moreno
- Liz Tamanaha
- Marcy Penner
- MaryAnn Perry
- Michelle Wooderson
- Monica McNeill
- Sheri Horton
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