I was so happy yesterday, when I got the news that Lain Ehmann's free October webinar will be about Project Life and the process to get it all together. (Jennifer Woodbury from Becky Higgins' creative team is the instructor!). I have just begun to put together my own Project Life binder, so this couldn't have come at a better time!
Here's my own process. I'm sure that I can improve it further, so I can't wait to learn some new tips and tricks from Jennifer!
To get things done, I collect my daily photos and add my journaling in an iPhone app called Project365. It let's me backup my daily entries online so I don't have to worry about losing the data if my phone should crash. I have chosen to use only Instagram photos for my Project Life this year.
If there's several photos from one day, I use another iPhone app called PicFrame to make a collage of the photos before I add them to Project 365.
At least once a month, I order prints of my photos. I copy them from my phone and keep them in a special folder on my computer, so when a coupon from a photo print company hits my e-mail inbox, I can upload and order the prints immediately - to a good price!
When I get the prints, I sort them into envelopes, one envelope for each month, in the correct order based on my documentation in the Project365 app.
When it's time to put those photos into my binder, I bring out the photo pockets and some sticky notes.
I put the photos into pockets and add sticky notes with the dates on each photo.
Now it's time to bring out the supplies from my stash! I don't use the ready made Project Life supplies (although I have bought some digital PL collections that I could print if I wanted), but prefer to use up my stash.
Well, this is it for today. This post will be continued! In the meantime, I'm curious of your Project Life process. I'd be delighted if you'd like to share your own tips in the comments. :)