After much deliberation I realised there was quite possibly a place in my scrapping for PL and that it really did present a new path of creativity. The main attraction was the ability to keep up-to-date with memory keeping and use all my photos 'warts and all' rather than just my favourites on a single layout.
However, I have chosen not to go out and purchase Project Life specific kits or products 'just yet' as I really wanted to make sure this new concept was going to be 'do-able' on a long term basis. And I do admit that I'm very fortunate to already have quite a pile of Design Team products that can easily be converted to the PL way of life.
I think the title for this album should be 'better late than never' or perhaps even 'warts and all'!
Doodlebug page protectors that come in a vast array of different shapes and sizes. And to be honest, I really like the ability to have larger photos.
And just look at that little flair badge from the Greatest View... it matches beautifully with the Doodlebug Take Note collection, so much so that it almost disappears into the pattern.
My inside page is an eclectic mix of the new Doodlebug collections using Take Note, Flower Box and Fruit Stand and I broke into my new 4 x 6 Simply Put Album inserts. These little pads are created with the intention of being able to slip straight into the 4 x 6 pockets and have both horizontal and vertical configurations of each page.
I must admit that although I carried a small amount of trepidation with this concept of scrapping, I have thoroughly enjoyed the new process of being able to document the everyday moments of our lives which might not have found their way onto a 12 x 12 layout. However, the utter chaos on my desk is another matter!