That's the beautiful thing about this process -- anyone can do it, and do it in their own way. These photos are a mix of February, March and April memories. I'm pretty bad at keeping things in order; I'd much rather have it look good, even if it doesn't make sense chronologically. I'm not concerned, especially since I've been using a stamp from Office Depot to mark the date. The few stickers that I've used are probably from Michaels. The album itself is a We R Memory Keepers Linen 12x12 3-Ring Binder Album in Grape Ice and I use an EK tools Mini Punch to round the corners of all my photos.
The Project Life Core Kits are huge. I recently purchased the Jade Edition. I also want Honey, Seafoam and Sunshine; they're all so cute, it's hard to choose just one! I think it's a little funny and cool that I started scrapbooking again the year that I got pregnant. I obviously didn't expect that, but now I have even more to document. I am really excited to take a million pictures of my little one, but I promise not to overload on Instagram because I hate when other people do that. Ha! Plus, I decided at the very beginning that I wanted to keep my baby's life as private as possible. I'm not even sure yet if I'll want to put his or her name on the internet. There are too many creeps out there!
Some of the photos on these pages were taken with my DSLR, but most of them are from my phone (Dropbox has been so helpful with this). If you're looking for more inspiration, head on over to visit Elise, Ali and Jess. I also just discovered Michelle and Stephanie too (not me, duh); I love the fact that she uses little mementos and 'stuff' in a beautiful way, while most people wouldn't think to keep them. I still want to sign up for Studio Calico so I can have Project Life goodies sent to me every month, but seeing as I'm also getting Beauty Box 5 and Julep Maven boxes, my subscription box budget is maxed out. We'll see. If you have your own scrapbook or Project Life album, I'd love if you shared it with me via Facebook or Twitter!