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Project Life® 2024 | Week 10

For Week 10 in my 2024 Project Life album I'm playing with photos + paper die cut embellishments (mainly from the 2024 March Stories By The Month kit). Loving the simplicity and the happiness I felt with how this one came together. 

Let's dive right in: 

Here's a look via images: 

This week I chose to fill almost every pocket with a photo (except the weekly card + the March 4x6 card) and included one 6 inch x 8 inch insert. On top of each photo I added a die cut paper embellishment using a Tiny Attacher stapler. 

A repeated element I added this week were three of the tags from the January 2024 Stories By The Month kit. I really liked how I attached embellishments to the outside of the page protector last week using brads so I did that again. 

Each photo this week got one of the paper die cuts added on top. Love it. 

This week I'm playing with a new-to-me .02 pen. It is so much easier to write on these smaller paper die cuts when you are using a thin tip pen. 

Here's a look at the spread without an insert: 

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  1. spedsue says…
    03/12/2024

    Again LOVE IT!! I really got a chuckle when you spoke about breaking up the potential cat fight :) Got to love the random everyday antics of our pets!! Super cute spread and love the use of the die cuts!!

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  2. Kimkd says…
    03/12/2024

    For the the first time I am trying to do the weekly Project Life! I have a question. Do you print all the pictures for the month or just a few? and if you do not print them all do you still save the ones you do not print?

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    1. AliEdwards says…
      03/12/2024

      I definitely don't print all the photos I take. My goal isn't to tell every story - it's to have a manageable, fun accounting of this season of life. Photos I don't use are just kept digitally in my archives.

    2. Kimkd says…
      03/12/2024

      Thank you! I have one more question. How do you decide what photo's to print the 4x6 size and what to print the smaller size? I am also doing a 6x8 album for my trips I take throughout the year and I am having a hard time deciding which ones to print in each size.

  3. Kimkd says…
    03/13/2024

    Thank you! I have one more question. How do you decide what photo's to print the 4x6 size and what to print the smaller size? I am also doing a 6x8 album for my trips I take throughout the year and I am having a hard time deciding which ones to print in each size.

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    1. AliEdwards says…
      03/13/2024

      I honestly just pick the photos I like the best + aim for a mixture of activities from the week. Some weeks I don't add any photos! It really does not matter whether you print a photo 4x6 or smaller - just get them printed + into the pockets! It's way too easy to spend a lot of time worrying about whether you are doing it "right" (there's no right) vs. just getting some of your photos printed + added.

    2. AliEdwards says…
      03/13/2024

      You might be interested in checking out my Storytelling With Project Life workshop where I go over my approach to this project: https://www.aliedwards.com/shop/classes/storytelling-with-project-life-2017

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