Today we welcome another of our talented Jot Girls – Stephanie Bryan and see what she has come up with using the Project Life cards in her work.
Stephanie says, “I loved playing around with these cards and I especially loved designing a few of my own. For the layout, I cut up a few of the cards to create my title. I also created a pocket underneath my photo to hold my journaling (on the “documented” card). ”
Project Life cards used: Childhood Mini Kit: Mayfield Edition.
Stephanie has cut up some of her cards to create her title and has stitched them in place. We also looove the little splatters of paint on Stephanie’s background!
Let’s take a closer look:
TIP | Use the Project Life cards to create an interactive element on your page by adding a pocket on your page to house a hidden journaling tag.
Stephanie also created this gorgeous set of Project Life journaling cards. The Project Life cards are the perfect size for adding teeny photos, a few fun elements and some journaling – just like a miniature scrapbook layout.
Project Life cards used: Clementine cards
Here’s a closeup of some of the detail on Stephanie’s cards.
Stephanie has stitched a little pocket in place on one of her cards to house her journaling.
Project Life journaling cards don’t always have to house a photo or journaling — they can become great filler cards for your album with just some machine stitching and a few simple embellishments.
Our friends at Craft House have very generously given our Jot Girls a package of Project Life products to play with. Our week long blog feature showcases layouts and decorated Project Life card inspirations from the Jot Girls. Visit Craft House here for all your Project Life needs>>
Project Life is a solution based, simple approach to documenting your life and was created by Becky Higgins. Learn more about Project Life here>>