Sunday, December 29, 2013

Project Life: Gone Digital

I really can't believe that I am even posting this, but I have decided to add Project Life Digital to my repertoire. Just for my 2011 album. I haphazardly scrapped that year in traditional style. However, the pages are still stacked in boxes. Many, many boxes. Out of order. And they have been that way for over two years now. I just don't have the space for the number of albums that it would take to put them away. And I have zero motivation to put them in order and actually put them in sleeves. What I do have the motivation to do, however, is create a digital album. It is SO easy! Here's what I've done thus far.

Hello Twenty-Eleven

This page was created with the Becky Higgins Cobalt Digital Kit. Oh, except for the title card.  That was a free download from Cathy Zielske. Originally, it read Hello Twenty-Thirteen. I erased the second in Photoshop Elements 10 and added the year Twenty-Eleven. The fonts aren't the same, but that's ok.

January 01, 2011

Another one using the Becky Higgins Cobalt Digital Kit. I added text and that was it. How super simple, right? This blog post took me longer than this layout.

What I am still deciding is whether to print the pages, in 12x12 or 8x8 format, or wait and publish them in a book at the end of the year. There are advantages and disadvantages to both. Any ideas?
I'd love to know your thoughts.


Michelle said...

Oh how I love this!!! These photos are just too cute!! They are so adorable!!!

Melanie said...

Since I have switched to mostly digital...I like the new 10x10 size Shutterfly album. The 12x12 prints seem a bit large and the 8x8 is quite small depending on the size of type you used for your journaling (I tend to put a lot on those cards). Welcome to the other side :)