Is it Day 5 already? To recap, on Day 1 I shared why I love Project Life. Day 2 was how I use the Project Life app. Day 3 included tips for saving time & Day 4 had a video with my step-by-step printing process. Today, I’m excited to share our finished 2015 family album!
our family album made with the project life app
For me, the hardest part about Project Life is waiting all year to order/receive the final printed book! But… hooray! Our 2015 book is finished and it’s finally here!
It’s fun to flip through the book and re-live some of the memories… it’s a little shocking how quickly I forget things that I haven’t written it down. So thankful for these books to help supplement my mommy-brain-impaired-memory! I’m really looking forward to the day (hopefully soon) when my kids are old enough to page through them with me.
Here’s a five minute video tour of our finished album where I share a review of the printing quality, some tips, and page examples. Hopefully watching me flip the pages will give you a better idea of the quality & feel of a printed book from blurb (I shared a step-by-step for my printing process in this post yesterday). Check it out:
And that’s a wrap on the ‘All About Project Life’ week! If you’re new to Project Life, I hope you’re inspired & excited to make your own book! If you’re already a pro, I hope you learned a new trick or idea!
Any questions I didn’t answer? Leave a comment on this blog post… I love to talk about Project Life!