Friday, October 04, 2013


I discovered Project Life in 2012 and was totally drawn towards this amazing idea of documenting life that I got the Amber Edition without further ado. I scoured thro' the Internet for inspiration, ideas and tips to aide me in scrapbooking our days and memories. Greatly inspired and not wanting to let go of this scrapbook system, I joined the bandwagon and began working on it in Jan 2012 with the intention of documenting each week on a weekly basis. The going was fun until March 2012 when Life got busier and Project Life took a back seat for a few weeks until it finally stopped.

Fast forward to Jan 2013 and my foremost goal was to take up what I left out the previous year - to make Project Life work for me. As we stepped into 2013, I for sure did not want to lose our fun-filled family memories to the passage of time and what better way to capture and record them than with this wonderful experience of Project Life (PL) thanks to the brilliance of Becky Higgins.

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I have been taking PL at a slow pace doing a monthly documentation. I maintain a daily journal to record the day's happenings, the kids' tidbits, my thoughts and notes. This has greatly helped me keep track of things that  otherwise might have failed to go into the album. With a toddler and an infant I am never short of moments to document. I feel blessed to be able to record them in this simple way and we already feel thrilled every time we look in to the completed months and revisit the wonderful memories.

I love scrapbooking, but feel quite overwhelmed with the 12*12 layouts.  However with the PL spreads, I can get creative with the 3*4 or 4*6 pockets as smaller individual layouts as needed. Apart from the journal cards from the Amber core kit (I am using the same album for this year), I use some of my own patterned papers and the last few month spreads have enjoyed the fab kits from my recent Studio Calico Project Life (love it!) subscription.

Scrapbooking and memory keeping go hand in hand so well in this system...double the pleasure double the fun!!:) I LOVE Project Life and am addicted to it!.  I wouldn't want to ramble on more about my love for PL and its impact on me. However I would love to share few of my PL spreads here.


  1. Awwwww so so nice Raji. You are so gifted. And your family is gifted to have you. When the kids grow up and look at these, they are sure to rebond again and again. Lovely idea.

  2. Now you make me want to give it a try!! Gorgeous pages!! Keep posting them!!

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