I’m excited to share with you the printed book of my 2015 Project Life album. This is my second year doing a printed book and I’m really happy with the results. Rather than me type a bunch of words about it, here is a video walk through for your viewing pleasure including some of my thoughts and tips about taking this type of approach to a year-long project.
So what would you need to create an album like this? A few key templates: (click on the images to see them in my shop!)
(Note: these templates also come in 8.5 x 11.)
And you would need a copy of Photoshop Elements or Photoshop.
As far as all the other products I used throughout the album—and as you saw in the clip, they were minimal at best—you can click on any of the links below to see the months of 2015. I shared supplies on each post throughout the year.
And if you don’t know much about Photoshop Elements, I have a great introductory class called Digi Basics that will give you the core skills needed to use my templates (or any templates, for that matter!)
And what will next year look like?
This is my working Title Page for 2016. I have traditionally used photos of us from the previous December as it’s not always easy to get a family photo in January. I plan to take the same approach this year. Clean, simple and pretty much crap free.
I’ve got two sets of card files designed for use on a Title Page. One set matches my Project Life Value Kit and the other is a PNG digital set you can customize any way you like. Both sets contain printable PDF cards. (click on images to see product in the shop)