Project Life: Preserving Precious Memories For Your Family

Memory making is a big deal in our family, as it is in yours, I’m sure.

Family traditions, holidays, birthdays, vacations, the time little Johnny spilled a tub of honey on the carpet and then stepped in it.

You know, the memories that make you smile (and sometimes cringe).



Keeping up with the memory record keeping is a whole other story, however.

Perhaps you can relate to that too.

I mean, seriously, when did life get so busy, y’all?

Enter Project Life—-the memory-keeping system that allows you to cultivate a good life and record it in no time flat, preserving precious memories that will last a lifetime.

My kids love looking through their Project Life scrapbooks and reliving the memories we’ve made over the years.

And I love that they are now so busy looking through scrapbooks that they no longer get into the honey.

It’s a win-win, trust me!



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Project Life is worth looking into, as it just might save you time, money, and your sanity.

Worth it, I’d say.

Oh. so. worth it.

With customizable photo pages, divider sheets, and storage envelopes in a variety of sizes, you’ll have the tools you need to customize a unique scrapbook for each child in your family, each family vacation, and, well, each special occasion in your life.

Nothing beats turning the pages of a scrapbook that was made with love.

I’m reminded of that every time my kids’ eyes light up when they see themselves on a page.

Give Project Life a try today.

I’m pretty sure you’re gonna love it!

CLICK HERE to check out this fun and affordable memory-keeping system today!


JOIN THE DISCUSSION: What’s your favorite form of memory keeping? I love hearing from you! Please take a moment and share your thoughts in the comments below.




These little notecards also make the cutest lunchbox notes, or “anytime, anywhere” notes for the children in your life.

Just select a notecard, jot down a meaningful message, and you’re good to go.

It’s a simple way to brighten their day!

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  • Jen @ Jenron Designs

    I am the historian of my family, as no one else picked up that baton. They preferred to bury the past as if it did not even matter, sadly I hope that one day my nephews and such will want to know more, it is not like we had a horrific past or deep dark secrets, our past was mundane by comparison.

  • Jenny

    You’ll have to share more of your project as you progress! I have SOOOOO many photos that I need to catalogue and present in some way. Until now it has always been photo albums!

  • Fran Jorgensen

    I have seen these cards before but I haven’t yet made time to put an album together. Thank you so much for sharing these, I just can’t wait to see what your project looks like when finished, I think it will be a great legacy for your family!

  • Corinne

    I’d never heard of Project Life until today and it seems like a good idea to preserve memories. I used to do a lot of cardmaking and scrapbooking, which is very similar. So I’ll look more into Project Life. Hopefully they deliver to Australia.

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