Project Life – not just scrapbooking!

Project Life is aimed at easy memory keeping.  But did you know that you can use the cards in the kit for so much more than just pretty fillers & journal cards in the Project Life pocket pages?

I’ve made 4 greeting cards to show you and a set of tags using Project Life cards in the Everyday Adventure Collection (kit & digital).  In some ways, it’s like using mini DSP (with a lot of lovely variety).  Because of the lovely bold patterns, it makes for quick designs – perfect if you want to make lots of cards in a short space of time!  A kit is $20.95 for 100 double sided cards – that’s only 21c per card!  So they also make for cheap projects.  The only downside is you only get one of each design – which is where my love of MDS came in, because I can print favourites to use over & over.

Also for you today – a quick reference sheet for the colours in each of the Project Life Card Kits.  Like many of the Stampin’ Up! products, the kits contain a set of colours.  This allows you to coordinate your other Stampin’ Up! products with your Project Life.  The Everyday Adventure Collection contains Basic Black, Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Pear Pizzazz, Pumpkin Pie, Strawberry Slush & Whisper White.  So, my greeting cards & tags used these coordinating colours (with a splash of Blackberry Bliss –  because I love it!), which means the colours are balanced and all match in with my chosen Project Life cards.  It doesn’t get much easier than that!  So, I think everyone should add at least one Project Life Card Kit to their new catalogue order – have a play & fall in love!  Kelly x





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