Project Life with Everyday Life Stamps

I’m trying my hand at Project Life for the first time, and the new Everyday Life stamp set by Darkroom Door is perfect for it!  In case you aren’t familiar with it… Project Life is an extremely popular movement that revolves around very quick scrapbooking. It involves divided page protectors so you’re not working on a large scrapbook page, but rather on several small sections, many of which are used for photos without further embellishment.

I used the journaling card from Everyday Life and stamped “The Story” on the top of it. I really like that the journaling card stamp is blank and you can substitute any of the stamps that come in the set for the ‘header’ of the card.  Header stamps include the words “Family” “Details” “My Day” “Daily Life” “Today” “Remember” “Notes” “The Story” “Life is Good” and “Every Day”.  Each day of the week is included in the set, too!

I used the “Life is Good” stamp as a photo caption, and also cut two sections from the Journey Word Block stamp for the same purpose.  I wanted to include some extra photos so I made a little mini album for one of the pockets (a bit contrary to the quick scrapbooking idea!)  As a backer for the pocket that holds my mini album, I used the Corrugated Iron Background stamp. I was glad to include a few extra photos and memorabilia in my mini booklet:


My stamping was done with Coffee Archival Ink on Basic Grey papers, and all the edges were done with Vintage Photo distress ink.

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  1. Great job with the stamps Marjie!! Hope you keep up with PL! I couldn’t 🙁

  2. Maria McGuire says:

    You will LOVE project life Marjie! I’m not doing it now but the ones I have done in the past are some of my most treasured projects. I love that you included a little mini book with extra photos–great idea!

  3. Nice page of scrapbooking, Marjie. That journal stamp set sounds really nice. I love when they give you interchangeable pieces to get lots of uses. Thanks for sharing!

  4. you so rock! your work here and now I have to check out Project Life
    susan s

  5. Maybe I should do project life and get some stuff accomplished! Very cool! Love your photos!

  6. Love how this comes together Marjie, seems like a great way to scrap, your mini album looks perfect to add to it.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

  7. What a great idea Marjie, it looks so much easier than doing a full blown album page. Love your photos and the little mini album is terrific. A wonderful way to document family memories. Hugs, Anne x

  8. Sounds like a great idea Marjie and I love your little album.
    I hope I’ve now signed up to your new blog as I haven’t had emails – thought I’d done it last time but clearly not!! You must be really proud of your fab website.
    Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

  9. Love this, it’s great to see something different. The stamps and papers are lovely! Have a nice weekend, Hugs, Valerie

  10. Have never heard of Project Life, but it sounds a great idea and love how you have presented your photographs. Enjoy the weekend Marjie, hugs Annette x

  11. I haven’t tried PL yet, from the look of it I was actually scared of the idea of documenting everything :). I can’t never keep up. Ha!. Cute book, extension from the PL. I LOVE the mini books any day :). Looked like you had a fun day out!.

  12. What a fabulous keepsake for those happy memories! xx

  13. Fantastic project Marjie!

  14. Looks fabulous! LOVING the photos!!

  15. Sweet Marjie. Happy smiling photos with the juxtaposition of those page elements makes for a memory making page. xox

  16. I love your album. Very cute. You used the stamps fabulously.

  17. Maybe that’s what I need to get back into scrapping…. it’s so overwhelming!

  18. wonderful projects~I haven’t tried project life yet, it seems very similar to a system Creative Memories has. Anyway you rocked it big , girl!!!

  19. Very nice!

  20. Fabulous page Marjie ! You’ve also solved a mystery for me as I’ve just bought a Finnabair journal book and there are some of these pages in it and I had no idea what they were for !
    Sue C