I used to love scrapbooking. All through high school I documented everything, and I put together scrapbook pages to the best of my ability and the best of my high school budget. Working a part-time job at Michael's helped subsidize the cost of my scrapbooking addiction, but it was still a fairly expensive hobby. I carried this addiction through college, although not as fanatically as I did in high school.
After Husband and I got engaged, I ventured in to the world of digital scrapbooking (kind of) by making a Shutterfly book of all of our favorite engagement photos. After our wedding, I designed a 10 x 10 photo book that I had printed by AdoramaPix with all of the amazing photos from our wedding. Then, I did an actual scrapbook of our honeymoon. And that's the last scrapbooking I've done.
On Facebook, I like the Craftaholics Anonymous page, and someone asked a question about the Project Life scrapbooking system. A lot of people responded positively in the comments, so I decided to check out what Project Life really is. Designed by Becky Higgins, Project Life is a photo and journaling based scrapbooking system that is more simplistic than traditional scrapbooking. There are pre-designed kits you can buy that have filler cards and journaling cards that all compliment each other, and everything is pre-cut and printed.
|I'm trying to decide if I love the clementine kit...|
|...or the seafoam kit|
You can also purchase binders that color coordinate with the kit that you choose.