Wednesday, 11 May 2016


I recently returned to a local Scrapbooking Crop that is held once a month in a village near me.  Scrapbooking was the first paper craft I got into and its still my first love but its something I've not done for a long time.

Finding Project Life with Stampin' Up! has been a new scrapbooking experience for me and armed with my new projects I spent a lovely few hours with the ladies at the Crop using my new Project Life sets.

I was so pleased then to see that Global Design Project were choosing Project Life as their challenge this week.  I managed to do two full sheets while I was at the crop which is four pages - definitely a lot quicker than conventional scrapping.   You'll find their challenge #GDP035 here

I did some layouts for one of my nieces who has just had a baby and the other was of our 30th Wedding Anniversary last year with the family.  Its so nice to get those photos off the phones and computers and onto some paper where they can be seen.  I'm trying to spread the word and get friends and family interested.


Paula Dobson said...

That's a lovely layout Fiona. Project Life makes it easy to take projects along to crops, as everything you need is in just one or two kits! And you whacked out four pages!! You can't do that with traditional memory keeping. Thanks for helping us showcase Project Life at Global Design Project this week.

Kylie Bertucci said...

So glad you found Project Life Fiona, it sounds like you really enjoyed yourself! Have fun with your scrapbook group. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge xx

Tanja Kolar said...

Your layout looks so romantic. Great job.
Thanks for playing with us this week.
Hugs Tanja

Brian King said...

Fiona - Such a great mix of patterns and colors in this layout. Great pictures for great memories. Thanks so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project theme challenge - glad you did.