Hopefully by now you have read a little bit, or at least heard a little bit, about Stampin' Up's! newest joint venture with Becky Higgins called Project Life.
Sure, it was initially intended as a time-saving way to scrapbook for those people always on the go. But, I want to share with you how Project Life has become useful to me in an alternative way.
Here are the Project Life Photo pages:
They come in two dimensions 12x12" and 6x8". Both have refillable inserts of assorted sizes that, as you can see below, allow for the insertion of things other than photos.
For right now, until I start my next scrapbook, I've used my first two orders of photo pages to make for a great organizational system to hold all my single clear mount stamps, but I think they'd also make great holders for stickers too!
What uses can YOU come up with?
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