Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Project Life System Day 2 - scrapbooking a major event and lots of ephemera

Hello all! Thanks for the comments yesterday. So, we left off on July 14th.

The spreads i'm sharing today is on July 15th. 
YES, you read correctly, one day.
It's my graduation day
I took so many photos on that day
Although i'm tempted to scrapbook traditional 12x12 layouts for these photos, 
I don't think I have the time to work on it.

Project life and divided pages is a great option for this sort of days
Hence i get 50% of the photos printed at standard 4x6 size
and slip them into pocketed pages

Then i add some of the project life midnight 3x4 journaling cards
i intend to write my gratitude towards a certain individual 
or a group of person in each card. Well, i will eventually get around to it
But so far, i'm satisfied with how it looks now

Half spread

Spread 2

Spread 3

Spread 4

Spread 5

Of course the post grad ceremony celebration with my boyfriend . 

to house the bits and pieces i collected from that day
including a page torn out from graduation booklet with my faculty mates names and mine :)
Great to collect a bunch of big ephemera :)
You can use this one per month too :)

Spread 6 

Easily accessible, just pull them out when i want to look through them :)

Love this process, took me about an hour including printing photos editing them and slipping them into the pages. Share with me, in the comments below, how else do you use Project Life other than documenting the regular day to day stuff. Stand a chance to win the following die cut and stamp set :) Comments close at the end of the month.

Stay tune for more Project Life System tomorrow:)


PaperRains said...

I know im damn sua ku but this is the first time ive come across project life. Im so gonna start on it! Thanks for showing the idea and beautiful pictures at the grad ceremony! Congrats again! (:

Joey said...

Go by major event or milestone

Angeline Tan said...

I don't usually document day-to-day stuffs, just memorable events :) Love the midnight kit you used!

Adele Ang said...

I really like spread 3 here!