There has been so much exciting Project Life news over the past month or so. Becky introduced the new Project Life designs for 2013 (Seafoam & Olive) and debuted the amazing new Childhood Editions. But what I was personally most excited about was the announcement of the new Baby Editions.
Did you know none of my girls has a baby book? Ella does have an album with a collection of various digital scrapbook pages I completed when she was little, but it is not a full picture of her babyhood by any means. Still, Claire sees it and asks why she doesn't have one too. Needless to say, I plan to order the Project Life Baby Edition x 3 and knock those baby books out!
As if all that wasn't enough, Becky Higgins herself will be teaching a comprehensive 12-week workshop over at Big Picture Classes called Project Real Life.
You can read all about it in the class description, and Becky also posted a great Q&A on her blog if you want more details. It sounds like it will be a great class for everyone - new Project Life users, seasoned Project Life users, or even someone who has never even scrapbooked before. I am really excited to take this class and I hope some of you out there will join me too.
In fact, Becky Higgins and Big Picture Classes have given me a spot in Project Real Life to give away to one of you.
If you want to enter to win, leave a comment on this post. I will close the comments at 9pm Eastern time on Wednesday, September 19th and select a winner then.
And now, a couple of Project Life layouts from earlier this summer. I think last time I posted about Project Life I told you I was all caught up? Well don't worry, our end of summer vacation threw me off and now I am way behind. I'm sure I'll catch up again... eventually.
Here is Week #24, the end of the school year and the start of summer vacation:
You can't see it too clearly (I should have taken a close-up), but in the top left photo on this page I scanned in a note that Ella wrote to her first grade teacher and incorporated the scan onto the photo using one of Cathy Zielske's Tiny Templates. I really like how it turned out, and I especially like the fact that I didn't have to include the entire piece of paper she wrote on in the album. I am all about trying to streamline extra inserts this year.
Here is Week #25, the week of Father's Day. I included the drawings Ella & Claire made for Matt as inserts as well as the card Ella brought home from school.
Good luck to everyone entering the giveaway!