Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Project Life Printables

If you read my last post, you know that I'm anxiously waiting my Project Life supplies. I ended up ordering mostly the page protectors and some of the cards. I opted not to order a core kit for two reasons. First, I'm not completely in love with any of the editions currently released. Ask me again in December when all the new editions are in stock. (I love the Seafoam, Baby and all 3 of the Childhood editions.) I'm holding out for the ones I love.

Second, I have a TON of cards that I found online and printed. I've spent a lot of time searching, printing, and cutting out freebies. I think I used at least two packs of card stock printing everything I found and there are 2 to 4 cards per page. No official count but I'm sure it's in the hundreds. Plus, I've made some of my own. (More on that to come.) I have a Pinterest board full of freebies, inspiration, and the digital ones that I want to buy. Let's just say I have pinned a lot! Follow me as I will probably be adding more. :)
(Sorry I can't make this bigger, Blogger is being weird.)
Here are a few of my favorites:

The Live Free: Love Life collection of freebie journaling cards from Miss Tiina. I love, love, love these. There are 3 sets so browse her freebies to find them all. I think I printed all of them out 2 or 3 times and probably will a few more times as I use them. I just discovered a few more freebies on her website that I'm excited to check out.
I love these bright filler cards from Dear Brighton. I haven't printed them out yet (ran out of card stock and ink) but I expect that I will love them and find many uses for them.

I also love the Summer Fresh collection from Simply Stories. I love this set as well. I had a little trouble getting it to print out at the right size, so I ended up with a few copies of it.
Here's a fun collection from Persnickety Prints. I love the bicycle one!
Last but not least, the Life Quote cards from the Project Life dream team at BeckyHiggins.com. Each card was designed by a different person. These ladies (all talented designers) use Project Life and contribute monthly to the website. These are a great addition to a core kit or used on their own. (This link also has other printables by Becky.)

So there you have it, a few of my favorites so far. However, that barely scratches the surface of what I have and what is out there.  Even if you don't do Project Life, check these out. They are great resources that can be added to traditional scrapbooking! Later, I'll share with you my own cards and how to resize digital freebies to create your own cards. Happy scrapping!

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