Product Review: Project Life with Stampin’ Up

I’m really happy to be able to tell you about another brand new line of products from Stampin Up! It’s an exclusive partnership between Becky Higgins and Project Life with Stampin’ Up! The first collection called Everyday Adventures is available right now. And a full selection will be available with the new Stampin’ Up catalog starting June 1st.

Product Review: Project Life with Stampin' Up

I know some might think they don’t have enough time to devote to scrapbooking and that’s what Project Life is great for, it makes scrapbooking quick, easy and fun! There are two album and page protector sizes, 12×12 and 6×8. The Project Life page protectors are already sectioned out with pocket openings. The card collections are printed double sided cards that are already cut to the exact size of the sections so there’s little or no trimming needed.  Add a photo along with a sticker, journaling, a stamp, embellishment or some washi tape to a card and slip it in the pocket. Pockets are also well sized to just slip in a photo alone and many cards stand alone too. Each collection has coordinating card collections (cards come in 4×4, 4×6 and 3×4 sizes) and accessory packs that include things like stickers, wood and metal embellishments, washi tape, sequins and more. Also available will be Project Life stamp sets with months, days and numbers, sayings, word bubbles and more, journaling pens, a corner punch and a card and labels die cut set.  All these products works together perfectly and quickly allowing you to make your pages as simple or detailed as you want.

Product Review: Project Life with Stampin' Up

For my pages I used the 12×12 page protectors, the Adventure Life card collections and accessory pack, the journaling pens and two of the stamp sets. It was so nice to print out some photos instead of just sharing them on-line :) I loved how well all the colors, patterns and accessories worked together, it makes it so much faster to put a page together if you aren’t hunting to match colors and embellishments. I did very little cutting and trimming, mostly just cropping photos and that made things easier too. The Day to Day stamp set is so nice with all the months, weekdays and numbers, it would make great calendars and birthday cards as well as adding dates and times to your scrapbook pages. My first page shows how much our cat enjoys when we open birthday gifts (even when it’s not his birthday) and the other shares one of my husbands and mines favorite places to visit, the Aquarium.

It’s so important and rewarding to make, keep and share your precious memories and Project Life and Stampin’ Up can help make it simple for you!

Here’s a video showing you even more about the Project Life line.

Contact your Stampin Up! rep to order the first in the line of Project Life collections, or find a rep here and be sure to check out the rest of the collections and find more info in the new Stampin’ Up catalog on June 1st.

-Heather

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