Some of you may have heard of Project Life before, but I have only known about it for about the last year. Basically, Project Life is a much simpler way of scrapbooking, just slide your photos into pages (like a photo album) but also journal on specially made cards. I had dismally failed at keeping up with any kind of scrapbooking after my second child came along. I saw Pink Ronnie instagramming one of her page layouts and I was instantly in love. Last birthday I ordered a Project Life mini album and core kit fully intending to get started but a year later I still hadn’t started. I was so behind in printing my photos out, I had none to start with and the mini album wasn’t quite what I needed for the amount of photos I needed to print.
Finally this year I came across Harvey Norman selling their own version of the project life albums and pages, two for the price of one, and I grabbed the opportunity to get 4 and also asked for Spotlight gift vouchers for my birthday so that I could purchase some more core kits and pages. I printed out a bunch of photos (from 2012) and got started!
I also scoured the net for free project life cards to print…you can find my list on pinterest
I created my own filler cards for my daughters pages with some existing scrapbooking paper and stickers.
I haven’t done all the journaling yet but I will get there! Now I need to print 2013!
At the end of last year I met a lovely lady, who was travelling home to Tasmania to visit her family and introduce them to her new daughter. Selina requested a photoshoot with her mother, and grandmother to commemorate the occasion.
It was lovely to photograph four generations of women and one little gorgeous baby. Here is a small selections of images we took during our mini session.
My friends daughter is leaving primary school this year and I thought it would be nice to get her on her own and take some images at her favourite place, the horse riding school.
Off we went exploring, it was really windy and the clouds were looming but we went anyway, and I am stoked at the images we got, what a fantastic location.