Project Life: Finishing 2015


I really enjoyed doing my Project Life album for 2015. I think it will be a fun keepsake and was a good photo book project for me last year, but I didn't think I would be able to keep up with it as well in 2016, so I'm not doing another one this year. (If you are confused about what Project Life is, click here.)

I did well keeping up until around October, and then I fell off the scrapbooking wagon. My album sat unfinished until about a month ago, when I got inspired one Saturday during R's nap and decided to finally knock some pages out.

If you were following my blog last year, you may remember that I shared some updates of my pages as the year went on (see links at the end of this post for those pages!). I left off at the very beginning of August, so below are a sampling of my favorite pages from R's birthday to the end of the year!

In case you're interested: 


  1. Okay so can you come to my house and do this for me?! Lol. I only have about 3 years to catch up on. Ha! Absolutely love it!

  2. This is really, really cute. I love scrapbooking. I haven't done any Project Life books, though. I've scrapbooked our wedding and then each year of marriage. We're in year 4 now so I need to get started on my Year 3 book soon!

    1. I make physical books with paper and stickers and all that jazz.. I used to attend those Creative Memories parties when they were a big thing. Now I just get most of my supplies from JoAnn's or Michael's! :)

  3. <3 !!!

    This is so fun! You did a good job and I'm proud of you for finishing the year out after having a baby! You did a good job with the pages.

    Where did you get the page that says "He will rejoice over me with singing"? It's really pretty.

    Also, I need to document my mini book I did. I bet you would like that. It's a mini version of PL and is easier than PL but still really fun. I made a book for our trip to the west coast.

  4. You may want to look over that second picture of your album again (name visible); I know I am super protective of my little girl's information being on the internet. I wish I had done this for my baby's first year! She will love having this when she is older, and so will you!

  5. Looks amazing! Your posts about project life inspired me and I was able to scrapbook 2013-2015 in just a few weeks over Christmas break!

  6. I haven't even started making photo books, and we've been married over 3 years now! This makes me rethink wanting to use Shutterfly and put real pen to paper sometimes! In high school I used to scrapbook SO much - I miss it! Your photos are beautiful, girl!

  7. awww i love this! so much better than the boring generic photobooks that i make lol. or rather, that i order online and someone else makes. haha.

  8. Those look so great! I have grand plans for scrapbooking... according to our books my oldest child is like 7 (she's actually 12) and our youngest 3 children don't even exist. I plan on catching up once they're all in school. I'll have more time then, right? (Everyone tells me this is a stupid thing to assume.)


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