Project Life


I’m about finished with this past year’s Project Life album. I just need to finish some journaling and order Instagram prints (by the way – what is a good app to print these directly from your Instagram feed and not from your phone gallery?). As I’m sure I’ve said before, I love printing photos and not just keeping them hidden away on my hard drive. My apartment is a testament to that as I have photos on every open wall and shelf space we have.

The past two years I’ve documented with Project Life and have enjoyed it. My qualm with it is not having enough space to include as many photos as I would like. You’re also limited with the pocket page designs (I only use 2 designs – one that allows me to use horizontal photos and one that allows me to use vertical). Because traditional scrapbooking is not something I want to get back into, and because regular photo albums don’t lend to any creativity, I will probably stick with this system. I just have to learn to not print every single photo and get creative with how they are organized in the pocket pages. Anyone else having these troubles?

Anyway, here are some random page spreads from my album this year. I made some effort not to be as photo heavy as my last since I do like how the cards break up the space, but I also wanted to limit the number of pages I used.









-wonderland sam

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actress/texan kickin' it in los angeles. always searching for my next pizza. cia agent in another life.

2 thoughts on “Project Life

    1. Great! It’s fun once you get into it…you can even have a TV show on in the background and do some multi-tasking. I love being able to flip through my albums once they’re complete. 🙂

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