I didn't plan on my title page having a beach theme. It just sort of happened. Here's how. About a week before Christmas, I received my order of beach pictures that we took last summer. After I decided which ones to give as gifts and which ones to frame, I was left with a nice stack of leftovers. I wasn't sure what I would do with them, so I tucked them away in my scraproom. When I pulled out my new Becky Higgins album, I decided to make the title page match the green and cream chevron cover. That's when I remembered these photos.
Rule #2 is Keep It Simple, so I didn't embellish much. I finished off the title page with some more wood veneers from my stash and called it a day. I was super thrilled when the teeny tiny numbers fit in the space of the B. That discovery helped keep my title card streamlined.
And my last rule, Rule #3, is Do Monthly Spreads. I plan to use as many Design A Page Protectors and Inserts as I need. For me, that means simple (see Rule #2) and less stress. After the end of the month, I plan to edit and order my photos and work on my January page or pages. I'll be back to share then.
Do you have any rules or processes to share for your Project Life album? I'm always open to ideas that help me get my pictures in the album.