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Project Life Workshop

June 22, 2014

001Yesterday afternoon I held a workshop in my own home to introduce my customers to Project Life.  Unfortunately a lot of my customers had longstanding engagements, but for those that came we had a lovely afternoon exploring all the ways you can use Stampin’ Up! Project Life products.

I am a little excited about this product (alright ladies a LOT excited).  It is such a fantastic way to get your photos off the computer, out of a box, or from under the bed.  004 I am not a scrap every week or month kind of girl, I’m more of an event scrapbooker.  So I demonstrated how easy it was to put together a page for my grandson’s birthday.  I printed out three 6 x 4″ photos and one which had two photos on it. 005 I cut out the smaller photos using the Project Life Cards and Framelits Die and placed them into the 3 x 4″ pockets.  I used a large 6 x 4″ Project Life Everyday Adventure Card  to create a title block for my page.  I cut Crushed Curry and Strawberry Slush card using one of the Banner Framelit Dies and Pear Pizzazz card using the banner framelit from the Thinlets Circle Card die.  I embossed the Crushed Curry card using the Chevron Embossing Folder, the Strawberry Slush card using the Stylish Stripes Embossing Folder and the Pear Pizzazz card using the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder.006  I attached the banners to the right hand side of the Everyday Adventure Card and used the finest of the Project Life Journalling Pens to add my title.  I cut Burmuda Breeze card 3″ x 4″ and embossed it using the Arrow Embossing Folder.  Stamped You and Me from the Perfect Pennants stamp set onto Whisper White card using Bermuda Breeze ink and the dotted strip image from the same stamp set using Crushed Curry ink.  I cut out the greeting using one of the Banner Framelit Dies and attached it to the embossed Bermuda Breeze card. 037 To fill the last 3 x 4″ pocket I used the cut out heart piece which comes with the Everyday Adventure Project Life Accessory Pack.  I attached it to one of the 3″ x 4″ pocket cards from the Everyday Adventure Project Life Card Collection and then stamped the Date stamp from the Project Life Day to Day photopolymer stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.   I filled in the date with the finest Project Life Journalling Pen.  I used the Project Life Corner Punch to round the corners of all my photos and pocket cards.  The whole page took me only minutes to put together.

Just to show how fantastic this product line is.  I had already used the same Project Life Digital Products to create the same page which I had printed out.   My customers were as impressed as I am by this product line – although maybe not quite as excited.

If you would like to learn more about this product, I would love to come and show you and your friends just how easy it is.  If you live too far away for me to visit, contact me with any questions you might have.

I’d love to know what you think about these projects and this product line.  Remember out Project Life Products will match out existing colour families so you can add embellishments and know that they will match your projects.

Bye for now,

Kris

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