Scrapbooking the Traditional Way with Project Life by Stampin’ Up!

In addition to the three convention sets we were given to make display board samples, we were also given some Project Life goodies to use.  Today I want to show you how can use Project Life products to scrapbook in a traditional way.

AB Scrapbook

I used some items from the Everyday Adventure Accessory Pack and Card Collection.  The accessory pack includes the epoxy stickers, banner stickers, and washi tape as well as many more items which I didn’t use here.

AB Scrapbook Close Up 3

AB Scrapbook Close Up 1










I also used some of the stamps from the Project Life Point & Click Stamp Set and some in-color sequins.  And I also added some crazy stitching with my sewing machine.

AB Scrapbook Close Up 4I used one of the stamps from Amazing Birthday for the title of the page.  Sometimes making a 12 x 12 page can be a little intimidating because you have so much space to fill.  But these little cards make it pretty easy.  They enable you to focus on one small space at a time, and everything coordinates.

So, what do you think?  Are you more of a traditional scrapbooker or do you like the new Project Life pocket-style of scrapbooking?  I like them both!

All of the convention display stampers are posting their projects to a special Pinterest board so you can see all of the display projects in one convenient place.  Just click on the button below to see it.

Enjoy your Thursday!  Thanks for stopping by!



2 thoughts on “Scrapbooking the Traditional Way with Project Life by Stampin’ Up!

  1. Oh, Amy, this is absolutely adorable! Isn’t it great that Stampin’ Up! once again has 12″ x 12″ page protectors and the coordinating 12″ x 12″ ring style album? Add in Project Life by Stampin’ Up! and there’s something for everyone!

  2. Yes! I’m waiting to put in my Project Life order until tomorrow, but I’m planning a traditional page using PL as well as a pocket page and a card for a class I’m doing in August. I’ve been trying to visualize the traditional page in my head, so it’s nice to see one that’s actually done. 🙂 Thanks for the visual — I will probably use your page for inspiration.

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