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Project Life® 2018 | Week Five

Today I'm sharing a look at Week 5 in my 2018 Project Life® album.

For the first time in awhile I'm adding inserts to my spread to accommodate more photos and stories. 

Here are a few different looks at the spread + inserts for this week: 

I am still, and likely will always be, in love with photo enlargements. I use my Epson SureColor P400 printer to print enlargements that are bigger than 8.5x11. This 6x12 image was printed on 13x19 photo paper and then I cut it out. 

6x12 page protectors can be found here. On the outside of the page protector I added a circle sticker to both sides (these ones are from a past One Little Word® release). Love the idea of creating tabs simply be adhering two stickers back to back. The "this" rubber word is a past Story Kit™ Add On and the "love you" circle chipboard is from the February Stories By The Month™ kit. 

On the back of the 6x12 photo I printed another 6x12 photo and added a few more embellishments to the outside of the page protector and stapled them in place. 

The second insert is a 6x8 page protector that is holding additional photos, journaling and cards to tell the story of our concert adventure. 

Along the edge of the 6x8 page protector I added a tab sticker from the summer release - another fun way to easily turn the pages. 

Card and chipboard from the Time Story Kit™

This week I had lots of photos and used just a few pockets for journaling cards. I added words directly to my photos as well as on top of banners that were an Add On to the Best Story Kit™. 

Quote card is from the February Stories By The Month™ kit

Here's a process video for Week Five: 

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You can see all my past Project Life® blog posts here. For more information about my overall process make sure to check out my self-paced Storytelling With Project Life® workshop

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10 thoughts

  1. Jgk04 says…
    02/22/2018

    So love this ❤️

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  2. PamelaG says…
    02/22/2018

    Do you have a source for that great wooden box that holds your chipboards? What a great size!

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    1. AliEdwards says…
      02/22/2018

      It's from Ikea - called Dragan.

  3. mtercha says…
    02/22/2018

    Beautiful spread. I'd love to see a monthly video about the books you are reading. That would be awesome. Michelle t

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  4. amorton63 says…
    02/22/2018

    I LOVE THAT THE KIDS ARE SO CLOSE. REALLY SAYS SOMETHING ABOUT THE WAY YOU & AARON ARE RAISING THEM. LOVE THIS SPREAD AND LOVE THAT YOU SHARE SO MUCH OF YOUR LIFE WITH US. IT'S INSPIRING!

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  5. Farrbo says…
    02/23/2018

    You've helped me LOVE over-sized photos again. Thank you so much for sharing this. The concert looked like a total blast for everybody!

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  6. KatB says…
    04/14/2018

    I love all your project life spreads. I was wondering how much of the photos you put in your spreads are phone photos vs camera photos? And if they are phone photos how do you find the quality printing to 4x6? And do you ever print a phone photo 6x8? Or are the 6x12 inserts from your phone?
    I want to start documenting weekly and take majority of my photos on my phone and was wondering about it.
    Thanks

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  7. LisaStockel says…
    11/15/2020

    I have loved building my foundation pages for my December Daily and would like to continue in 2021 to document my year, but am confused about which products to purchase and how you document the stories. Do you do each week, daily, or when you are moved? Where do I look for products to order on your website? I am overwhelmed by the choices. I appreciate you guidance. New to your products, but not memory keeping.

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    1. AliEdwards says…
      11/17/2020

      Hi Lisa - I do a variety of different kinds of documenting. I do traditional scrapbook pages in 6x8 and 9x12 sizes using our Story Kit subscription products. I also do Project Life - up until 2019 I did that weekly (like you see in this post) and now I do it monthly (just a personal preference). The supplies we sell here can be used in any of those approaches. People who do monthly/weekly Project Life like the Stories By The Month kit subscription as those products are geared towards seasonal/monthly themes.

  8. LisaStockel says…
    11/21/2020

    I appreciate your feedback. Putting in a big order today to help guide me. Have a beautiful and blessed holidays.
    Lisa

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