Challenges, Just Add Ink, Scrapbooking

Just Add Ink Challenge # 326 – Just Add Project Life!

The Just Add Ink Challenge this week is to Just Add Project Life.

Project Life is a fast and easy Scrap booking system.  It’s a really quick way to put together fun scrap booking pages.  You just slip your photos into pockets and then add extra cards, journal sheets or pre-printed embellishments.  I’ve been wanting to try this for a while so when this Challenge came up, it seemed the perfect time to do it.

Here is the page or pages rather, that I put together:

This is what they look like together:

I used 2 x 6″ x 8 Photo Pocket Pages.  The cards and printed acetate frame are from the Memories in the Making Card Collection.

My page is all about when the Giants came to Perth.   This was part of the Perth Arts Festival in February 2015 and I just loved it.  I looked forward to it for months and saw as much of it as I could over the time is was on – and loved every minute of it.

And….these pages fit very nicely into the Scrap book that I am working on at the moment – which is all about things I’ve done, seen, experienced while living in Perth.

So – there are many wonderful things that you can do with Project Life – not just Scrap Booking!!!  Check out what the Design Team have done at Just Add Ink and join us for this Challenge.

And…here’s a couple more Pic’s from that wonderful event.

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4 thoughts on “Just Add Ink Challenge # 326 – Just Add Project Life!”

  1. Wow, this looks like an awesome parade Chantell! I love the frame you’ve added to the diver photo – and how you’ve picked up on the red in all the photos in your story cards. Your happenings in Perth album looks like it’s going to be holding some very special memories! xx

  2. Hi Chantell, I popped over to thank you so much for your belated birthday card (its so pretty, love blue and white!!) and found these photos of the girl and diver. Wow, I’m speechless, they are so amazing!!! Must have been so cool to see in person, I can’t get over how big they are. The girl looks so complicated to control, would have loved to have seen her riding her scooter. Actually, come to think of it I might just have a look on YouTube to see if there is anything there. No wonder you looked forward to it for so long, its really a once in a lifetime parade I bet!!

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