DIY Advent Calendar: Project Life

Hello & Happy November! It’s time to start decorating for Christmas and get working on those Christmas crafts. One of my favorite traditions and holiday crafts is the advent calendar. I love that it gives you a chance to slow down daily and reflect.

My idea of a traditional Advent Calendar has a scripture reading each day.  Last year I made an advent calendar with the Project Life Hello December Cards and it was a perfect fit. This year, I have adapted the style and cards and done the same.  I have created Printable card with the Scripture readings for you! The cards coordinate with this year’s Hello December Project Life cards from Stampin’ Up!.

Project Life Advent Calendar from StampinFool.com

While I haven’t uploaded the photos of the Advent Calendar yet (I will this week!) I wanted to give you a head start on the reading and scripture cards.  You can print them out to coordinate with your Hello December 2016 Project Life cards.

Here is a preview of the cards: Days 1 through 6.  Below, I have provided a few different options for download: Red & Emerald, all Red, all Emerald, and B&W.  The cards are sized to 3 x 4″: Print on thick card stock and trim on the dotted lines.

DIY Advent Calendar with Stampin' Up! Hello December Project Life cards from Stampin' Fool.com

Are you ready for the Free Printables? Here are the four options. All are the same size with the listed color variations.  As always feel free to print these and use them for personal use.  Please do not reproduce or make copies.  You amy link back to this post to share the copies.  Thank you!

Advent-Scripture_Printable: Red & Green

Advent-Scripture_Printable: Red

Advent-Scripture_Printable: Emerald

Advent-Scripture_printable B&W

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You can easily add these scripture cards into an album.  Here are a few photos of my Hello December album which I will be adding photos and scripture cards to reflect.

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How to Put Together a Project Life: Hello December 2016 Album

Hello December

Each year I take a few minutes to document December: the cool weather, Christmas lights, family traditions, favorite recipes, and how we remember Christmas.  Luckily, Stampin’ Up! makes this awesome set of Project Life cards (called Hello December) as well as a mini 6″ x 8″ album to put it all in one place.  I love this year’s colors and theme: Emerald Envy and Real Red are the highlighted colors and it has a light, fun wintery theme.  I am so excited to share this year’s project!

First, I want to give you some tips on how to get on board with Documenting December.  Then I’ll show you my album and notes on how I will to complete it.

Documenting December:

  1. Prepare the album ahead of time.  I prep mine in early November.  I place all of the cards in the order I want, as well as the photo pocket pages.
  2. Leave room to write down feelings, traditions, memories, and thoughts.
  3. Pick a theme for each day.  You can follow along with a photo a day challenge or come up with your own list of things to document.
  4. Put post it notes in the album to remind yourself what you will document.
  5. Take pictures throughout December and at the end of the month, print them out and pop them into the album.
  6. Share the album with family and friends and enjoy for years to come!!

Alright, are you ready to see my 2016 Hello December Album? [I’m going to leave some commentary in between the photos – mostly because you won’t be able to read my handwriting, but also to give you ideas of how to make your own.]

Page 1: Title Page

I like to use a 6 x 8″ title page. I will add this card to a White background with a red border and embellish the page. I am planning on snapping a photo of a wreath, or stamping one onto the white page as well.

See how to put together a Project Life 2016 Hello December album from StampinFool.com

Page 1: Calendar

I like to start the December album with a calendar.  I will remember what days of the week things occurred and it helps me plan the album.

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Page 1 & 2 Spread

Part of my documenting December experience is reflecting on the year, the close of 2016 and the start of 2017.  I want to share a quick blurb on my 2016/2017 journaling.  I have chosen “In Love” to be my focus for 2017 because:

Matthew 22:37 says, “Jesus replied“‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ 40 All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”  

With tensions being high in our Country, with this election season, within the Christian community, and with those around us, I have strong biblical convictions rooted in this verse that we must love our neighbors as ourselves.  We must first love God, but then we love our neighbors and if our focus shifts outwards from ourselves to Christ and those around us we can impact the communities around us in an amazing way.

I have journaled about this on my opening page for December.  I am also printing this passage out and placing it where I will see it every day in 2017 so that I will be intentional and prayerful about doing all things ‘In Love’.

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Page 3 & 4 spread

I haven’t decided what I will say on day 2, but I have room to write about things we do together as a family.  I want to add a photo of our weekly bonfire and my favorite Target shopping decor.

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Page 5 & 6 spread

Decorations!!  I’ll add a photo of our tree and tree skirt, the stockings hung from my newish stocking holders and the christmas lights on the house.  I’ll journal about my favorite Christmas decoration, my German Windmill (nativity pyramid).  I plan to finish off the bottom of the page with glitter and sequins.

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Page 7 & 8 spread

Baking.  Most of the year we eat clean, paleo, but I do love to bake Christmas cookies and make paleo truffles.  I will add a photo of me and the little one baking and the recipe for my favorite Buckeye Brownie Cookies will go into the full page sleeve.

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Page 9 & 10 I somehow missed.  Page 10 & 11:

Every Friday night we have family movie night.  I am sure we will watch a Christmas movie.  Also, mom and me like to knit so I would like to document that on day 10.

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Page 12 & 13 spread

By now the tree will be up (we put it up around Thanksgiving) and I’ll add photos of ornaments and journal about sentimental ones and traditions surrounding the ornaments we buy and give.

See how to put together a Project Life 2016 Hello December album from StampinFool.com

Page 14 & 15 spread

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Page 16 & 17 spread

Starbucks.  Starbucks plays a huge role in my life.  I love coffee and I love the atmosphere of Starbucks.  It is my relaxing place.  So, I’ll document this year’s cup, the coffee sleeve and my favorite drink.

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Page 18 & 19 spread

In December we go to the local park and see a drive through light display.  I can’t wait to add a picture of this year’s lights.  Good wine and food are going on day 18 & 19.

See how to put together a Project Life 2016 Hello December album from StampinFool.com

Page 20 & 21 spread

These two boxed cards are going to be great for making lists.  I can’t wait to list my favorite things & traditions for December.

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Page 22 & 23 spread

This week in December is Christmas Eve dinner prep.  I clean, make a menu, shop and decorate the dining room.  That will all go here on page 22 & 23.

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Page 24 & 25 spread

Christmas Eve Dinner!  My favorite meal of the year. We host this every year and I can’t wait to fill the next three pages with photos of family, food and fun from our Eve festivities.

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December 25

Ive devoted 3 pages to the 25th to journal, add photos and make lists of favorite things from this 2016 December.

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I hope you found these notes helpful and encouraging for creating your very own December Album.  I really enjoy making this album each year and preparing it ahead of time relives the stress of putting it together during a busy season and it ensures I’ll actually get things finished and it won’t be another unfinished project.

You can see the list of supplies here.

 

Hello December & Project Life: Documenting December Daily Guide

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Hello December & Project Life: Documenting December Daily Guide

Hello December!  It’s here, it has arrived.  December is upon us.  Are you ready for Christmas?  This year we will be documenting our December favorites with a December Daily photo album using the Project Life Hello December 2015 kit of journaling cards & accessories.

To help you get started I came up with a list of 31 ideas for things you can document each day to share how you celebrate December. You can deviate from this list by all means, but it is a great starting point if this is your first round of December Daily.  I’ll give you the down low really quickly so that you know what it’s all about.

But first, I’ll show you my December Album and the first page.

 

December Daily 2015 Album Cover  at StampinFool.com

For the cover, I stamped Flurry of Wishes in Versamark ink and heat embossed with White powder.  I added wood cut stars and framed a Journaling Card from Hello December Project Life cards.  I used the trio corner punch for detail.  After adding a few sequins, both gold and silver, I finished the album off with a gold cording bow and Red pom pom trim.  Love it!

For the inside cover, I used my Heidi Swapp Minc to gold foil a border around the 6×8 page and our name and date.

December Daily 2015 first page at StampinFool.com

December Daily 2015 first page at StampinFool.com

December Daily 2015 first page at StampinFool.com

WHO?  You!  Document what YOU and your kids, grandkids, family, friends, & neighbors do throughout December.

WHAT?  What are your favorite things, what traditions do you have, what is your favorite Christmas movie, wrapping paper, Xmas eve routine, gift, decoration, coffee flavor?  Document it.  You will love looking back  and remembering the special things December holds.  And, the even bigger bonus is that your children and grandchildren will love looking at it too. My little is only 3 and he LOVES looking at my Project Life albums with photos of our family, vacations we took, his birthday, newborn photos- it’s so sweet to see the joy it brings!

WHERE & WHEN?  In a simple 6 x 8″ Project Life Album, right now.  Ok, I have to admit, we are really busy, so I don’t always document each day on that particular day, but each day I take time to check off a photo from the LIST I have made for what I will document.  Then when I get a chance (usually on the weekend), I can print the photo, journal on the card and slip it into the album.

WHY?  Why not! I absolutely love documenting our life.  The little things that mean so much will bring JOY for years to come.  Each time we look back we see how things have changed, how some things have stayed the same and become tradition.  For us, it is decorating the tree and house, cooking a Christmas Eve ham, and drinking fake sparking champagne. I want to remember that. I want to see it in color.  I want my little one to see it.  I want it to be a legacy after I am gone.

HOW?  It is so incredibly easy to document December.  Grab a Project Life album, journaling pens, page protectors & cards and you’re half way done. The other half is taking photos as you go and jotting down your thoughts, ideas, memories, funny quotes, favorites things and the things that make you smile.  You can follow along here for ideas.  My list of 31 things is a great place to start if you don’t know what specifically to document.  It may seem insignificant, but are memories insignificant?  No, they are priceless.

 

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Here is your free December Daily 31 Prompts for 2015 printable.  To download it, right click and hit save.
This is an 8.5 x 11″ download which you can use to follow along and document December. Enjoy!
Documenting December Daily 2015 prompts at StampinFool.com
One more printable for you:
Here is the 2015 December Daily printable that you can add to your Project Life album behind the title page so that you have a record of your daily prompts.  It is 6 x 8″ and fits perfectly into the 6×8 album for December Daily and color coordinates with the Hello December journaling cards.
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I hope you enjoyed todays post & I can’t wait to see what you make.  Tell me what you think- post a comment below and let me know if you are loving the Project Life blogs as much as I am!
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September Paper Pumpkin: Extra Projects

As  a Paper Pumpkin customer myself, I am always looking for ways to get more bang out of my buck. I love that Paper Pumpkin is only $19 a month and includes new stamps, ink and paper in each kit, but I also like to spice things up.

The September 2015 Paper Pumpkin kit was a great fall kit.  It reminds me of candy apples, halloween, and  raffia wreaths. The kit comes with 8 bags, fringe, twine, raffia, tags, stamps & ink, and paper straws that look like birch wood.

I brainstormed things that reminded me of fall before starting the kit.  I came up with a list and here’s what I made:

  • Candy Corn treat bags
  • White dots on a craft bag
  • Rustic Doily treat with raffia
  • OWLS!

September 2015 Paper Pumpkin extra projects from StampinFool.com

September 2015 Paper Pumpkin extra projects from StampinFool.com

Below are the supplies used to make the owls.

September 2015 Paper Pumpkin extra projects from StampinFool.com

September 2015 Paper Pumpkin extra projects from StampinFool.com

 

Friday Find: A Quick Project Life Mini Album

Project Life Playground Edition Mini Album Tutorial

Friday Find: PROJECT LIFE Mini Album

I have been trying to keep up my scrapbooking this year and I must say that keeping it simple with Project Life has been the key.  I have successfully documented the last 6 months of our family in a couple of mini albums, recording everything from special events (Christmas, doctor visits, playdates, mini vacations, trips to the museum, and daily activities).  Don’t underestimate the every day- you will be happy you jotted down the funny things they say or snapped a picture of a cute activity.

Last week I gave a few pointers on how to start Project Life.   I’ll recap them here and you can read the original post here:

How to Start Project Life

What you Need:

  • Album
  • Pocket Page Protectors
  • Photos
  • Project Life Cards
  • A Pen

What to do:

  • Decide where to start- Today or Past Photos
  • If starting with old photos, pick ONE subject to work with.  Pick your favorite with many fondmemories- it will make it easier.
    1. Suggestions: Holiday, Vacation trip to Disney, Graduation, Summer of 1999, Baby’s First Year, Summer spent with Grandchildren, Photos of your childhood home, a specific year that had many events.
    2. Collect the photos you have of that event or occasion/year and separate them by type of event, category or in order from January-December, whichever makes most sense for the duration you chose to work on.
    3. After you have put your photos in order, select your favorites- the ones that HAVE to make it into your album. If you are like me, you will have thousands of photos, but narrowing down the photos will help simplify the process.  *This doesn’t mean you have to leave out priceless photos of family members past, or that you don’t see, it just means, you don’t need 20 of the same exact child with 20 facial expressions, in the same outfit, on the same day, that all convey the same thing.  Keep grandma, limit the same photo of your child (I know, I love mine too, but let’s keep it simple- a few photos of that cute kiddo are enough for one day).
    4. Okay, now that you have pared down your photos, you are ready to get started.  I like to use this format for my spreads (two pages facing each other)- Photos, Title Cards, Decorative Cards, Journaling Cards.  Each spread needs a journaling card, a title or filler (just decorative) card, and photos.
    5. Start from the top of your stack of preselected photos, pick a few journaling cards, your favorite or coordinating filler card and then fill in the photos for that page.
    1. Pick Photos
    2. Cut & place photos in pockets as desired
    3. Journaling
    4. Filler Card/Title
    5. Add Embellishments

I have a new video for you today to show you how to put together an album.  I use this method when working with current photos.  You will have to have your mini album, page protectors, and Playground card kit ready to go.  I tend to prefill the pages with what I think I will use, then fill in photos and move things around as needed.

Check it out below:

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 TELL ME ABOUT: PROJECT LIFE Mini Album

I have been working on putting old family photos into Project Life Albums.  I recently updated a Family trip album to Project Life.  It was quick and easy and looks amazing. I kept it simple, but love the outcome.  But, before I started working on it, I felt overwhelmed and did not know where to start.  I know Project Life is supposed to make memory keeping and documenting life easy, but I was struggling to get there.  I read countless articles and couldn’t find a good list to help me get started, so, I created one.  I will outline for you the things I found helpful to get started!

Project Life – How to Start:

What you Need:

  • Album
  • Pocket Page Protectors
  • Photos
  • Project Life Cards
  • A Pen

 What to do

  • Decide where to start- Today or Past Photos
  • If starting with old photos, pick ONE subject to work with.  Pick your favorite with many fond memories- it will make it easier.
    1. Suggestions: Holiday, Vacation trip to Disney, Graduation, Summer of 1999, Baby’s First Year, Summer spent with Grandchildren, Photos of your childhood home, a specific year that had many events.
    2. Collect the photos you have of that event or occasion/year and separate them by type of event, category or in order from January-December, whichever makes most sense for the duration you chose to work on.
    3. After you have put your photos in order, select your favorites- the ones that HAVE to make it into your album. If you are like me, you will have thousands of photos, but narrowing down the photos will help simplify the process.  *This doesn’t mean you have to leave out priceless photos of family members past, or that you don’t see, it just means, you don’t need 20 of the same exact child with 20 facial expressions, in the same outfit, on the same day, that all convey the same thing.  Keep grandma, limit the same photo of your child (I know, I love mine too, but let’s keep it simple- a few photos of that cute kiddo are enough for one day).
    4. Okay, now that you have pared down your photos, you are ready to get started.  I like to use this format for my spreads (two pages facing each other)- Photos, Title Cards, Decorative Cards, Journaling Cards.  Each spread needs a journaling card, a title or filler (just decorative) card, and photos.
    5. Start from the top of your stack of preselected photos, pick a few journaling cards, your favorite or coordinating filler card and then fill in the photos for that page.
    1. Pick Photos
    2. Cut & place photos in pockets as desired
    3. Journaling
    4. Filler Card/Title
    5. Add Embellishments

I will be giving more concrete tips and ways to utilize and get started with Project Life over the coming weeks. 

I chose the Happiness Is Project Life kit by Stampin’ Up!  It coordinated with the colors in my photos.  Here is the result as well as a list of pointers and tips below the photos of the album. Enjoy and leave a comment to let me know what you think! Project Life: How to get Started at Stampinfool.com  

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Painted Blooms: 10 Minute Card Set

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Do you have the Painted Petals stamp set and Painted Blooms designer series paper yet?  If not I hope it is on your list because you aren’t going to want to miss this.  Now, I have to admit, when I went to the Spring Catalog Movie Premiere  and saw this stamp set, it wasn’t the first set on my list.  Don’t get me wrong, I didn’t not like it, I just didn’t LOVE it.  (Want to know what I did love?).  But I knew it looked pretty, it would appeal to just about anyone, and that everyone else I knew was putting it at the top of their lists.  So, I figured if it was such a hot commodity, I better get it right away.  And OH MY am I glad I ordered it first.  It is AMAZING!  I have seen so many wonderful things made with this stamp set, and I have had the opportunity to create one of a kind cards.

See my first Painted Petals Mind Blowing, Amazing, Beautiful, Bright, Swanky Card here.

You will need a couple of things to get started.  Get your paper trimmer, precut a few standard card bases in Wild Wasabi, Melon Mambo, and Soft Sky.  You will also need Wild Wasbi and Melon Mambo ink.

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April 2015 Paper Pumpkin Kit Gift Box

April 2015 Paper Pumpkin kit at StampinFool.com

Good Morning and welcome to Paper Pumpkin University!  I have filmed three amazing videos for you to watch using your April 2015 Paper Pumpkin kit.  You can see two of them in yesterday’s blog post and the third today.

I made a few traditional tags with the kit and then thought with Mother’s Day coming up it would be a good time to put together a lovely box for mom.  I wanted something large enough to hold a scarf and the notecards that were included in the kit were perfect.  So, grab your Paper Pumpkin, popcorn and some adhesive and let’s get to crafting.

April Paper Pumpkin kit alternative at StampinFool.com

What do you think?  Have you ordered yours yet?  Do you need more ideas for how to complete it?  If you want to step up the projects there are simple ways to use the bits and pieces to make them truly amazing.

Ready to give it a try and join the Paper Pumpkin club?

1. Go to www.paperpumpkin.com and click one of these three links:

. “Join Here” (middle of the page)
. “Join” (top right of the screen)
. “Subscribe” (top middle of the screen)

2. In the “Quantity” field, enter 1 (or more) and click “Continue.”
3 .Enter your general information and click “Continue.”
4. Enter your payment information and click “Continue.”
5. Select a demonstrator – April Bailey (Waltrip)

That’s it! You are official. You will receive an e-mail that invites you to come back to the site to create a password. You will need that if you ever want to change your information, skip a month, or cancel Paper Pumpkin kits.

Or you can go to http://www.stampinup.com/

After you order, you’ll receive a code via e-mail to redeem your subscription at PaperPumpkin.com.

Your Paper Pumpkin kit will be delivered to your door each month and ships by the 15th. It will have everything you need to complete the projects- stamps, ink, clear bock for stamps, cards, embellishments and adhesive dots. It’s awesome and you’re going to love it!

Click here to order online: http://bit.ly/1JoL6f1

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All About the April 2015 Paper Pumpkin Kit

April 2015 Paper Pumpkin kit at StampinFool.com

Have you opened your April 2015 Paper Pumpkin kit yet?  It’s AWESOME!  I just love the Father’s Day projects and how easily they can be made into Mother’s Day projects.  I made a few quick videos showing off the kit and how to use it.  And, tomorrow, I will show you how to take parts of the Paper Pumpkin kit and make a Mother’s Day gift box. So check back to see it here.

April Paper Pumpkin kit alternative at StampinFool.com

What do you think?  Have you ordered yours yet?  Do you need more ideas for how to complete it?  If you want to step up the projects there are simple ways to use the bits and pieces to make them truly amazing.

Ready to give it a try and join the Paper Pumpkin club?

1. Go to www.paperpumpkin.com and click one of these three links:

. “Join Here” (middle of the page)
. “Join” (top right of the screen)
. “Subscribe” (top middle of the screen)

2. In the “Quantity” field, enter 1 (or more) and click “Continue.”
3 .Enter your general information and click “Continue.”
4. Enter your payment information and click “Continue.”
5. Select a demonstrator – April Bailey (Waltrip)

That’s it! You are official. You will receive an e-mail that invites you to come back to the site to create a password. You will need that if you ever want to change your information, skip a month, or cancel Paper Pumpkin kits.

Or you can go to http://www.stampinup.com/

After you order, you’ll receive a code via e-mail to redeem your subscription at PaperPumpkin.com.

Your Paper Pumpkin kit will be delivered to your door each month and ships by the 15th. It will have everything you need to complete the projects- stamps, ink, clear bock for stamps, cards, embellishments and adhesive dots. It’s awesome and you’re going to love it!

Click here to order online: http://bit.ly/1JoL6f1

Learn More:
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Project Life Photo FUSE Tutorial

How to use Project Life Photo Fuse tool

Have you seen the NEW Project Life Tool, Photo FUSE?  Wondering how to use it or if you need it?  Yes, you absolutely need it!  It is quite amazing.

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In this video I will show you how to make additional pockets for odd sized cards and how to seal pockets to hold embellishments like glitter and confetti.  You won’t want to miss this.

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*Note: Due to high demand for retiring stamps, we’ll keep producing retiring stamps until May 26 (not accessories-accessories are only while supplies last).

If you are ordering through the Online Store {Shop HERE} then please use the Hostess Code EK6PYSZT when prompted… [this will mean that all the orders will be attached in the system so that hostess benefits will apply]… one lucky person who orders using the code will be drawn to receive a $25 product voucher.  Then you can use that to purchase from the brand NEW catalog June 2, 2015 if you wish!  Don’t forget that when you order online, your products are sent directly to your door, anywhere in the States!

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned why it is such a GREAT time to be a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, because on April 30th you will get a SNEAK PEEK of the NEW 2015 Catalog more than a month before the rest of the public.  And you will have a chance to preorder products from the new catalog in May, before anyone else!  Now that’s awesome!!  Click the “JOIN” tab above for more information.

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