Gossamer Blue

Organizing Your Project LifeⓇ Process

5 Comments

 

Organizing Your #ProjectLife process // via @gossamerbluekit

Hi Gossamer Blue fans!!  I have a fun video tutorial and some tips and tricks for you today!  Over the past few months, I’ve really been trying to simplify my Project LifeⓇ  process.  The Summer months are always so busy for us, probably like the rest of you, and staying caught up with my album can be somewhat challenging.  As I’ve been working on my album, I’ve been paying close attention to what works and what doesn’t work (for me, at least) when it comes to putting a spread together.

In the video below, I will walk you through some of the ways I have simplified my process, as well as   show you how simple it was to put a spread together using the Life Pages Add-on #3!  Seriously…this spread took me less than 15 minutes from start to finish!

Keeping my process simple has saved me so many hours (and headaches) this Summer!!  It’s also allowed me to catch up on my album and all of those weeks that were left partially documented!!

sb_1
I love how light and airy this spread is!  The Life Pages journaling and filler cards really complimented each other so well and I love all the little bits and pieces that were included in this kit!

sb_2

 

sb_3

Thanks so much for joining me today!  I hope you found this video helpful and I hope you can use some of these tips and tricks to simplify your process!!
Stephanie Signature

5 Comments to “Organizing Your Project LifeⓇ Process”

July 14, 2014 at 3:36 pm

Dawn F. says:

I liked the video. I also like to print the monthly printables on vellum. I liked the card in which the letters “summer” were sewn. Thank you for the video!

Thanks for sharing your process. So far I’ve only used PL style albums as a holding place for heritage photos to still enjoy & protect them til I get around scrapping them. But I’m loving ease of these albums and designers like you make them special not just cards.

You make it look so easy! I think I agonize too long over my little bitty pages. And I’ve yet to pull my sewing machine out, but I just may this week!

Leave a Reply