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Project Life Cards 3 Ways

We just got in a huge shipment of Project Life!  If you're looking for more ways to use the cards that come in these kits, consider these three ways to use Project Life cards!

Love You by marthab

1) ARRANGE CARDS IN A GRID.  A grid is a design that will never fail you.  Arrange them in the same orientation like MarthaB in the layout above, or combine horizontal and vertical cards like Jody Wenke below. 

You and Me by Jody Wenke

Never in a Million by Laura Craigie

A grid does not have to be split into equal parts.  Laura Craigie still uses a grid above by breaking up the elements into two columns.  Two vertical Project Life cards balance the left side.

Little Things Mini Book by Kristina Nicolai-White

2) MAKE A MINI ALBUM WITH THEM!  These cards make the perfect "bones" for the structure of a mini album like the one above demonstrated in a video by Kristina Nicolai-White

This is Me mini album by Melissa Stinson

Melissa Stinson loved that she was able to make use of her leftover cards in this way, bringing them together cohesively in an "All About Me" mini book.

Day in the Life mini album by Allison Waken

Allison Waken reached for her leftovers too and created her mini book with a "Day in the Life" angle.

Life card by Laura Craigie

3) And finally, CREATE A GREETING CARD with Project Life cards.  So many of them have phrases or sayings that communicate perfectly the sentiment we're looking for.  Laura Craigie shares this card in our video series, Seeing Double.

We hope these three ways to use PL cards inspires you.  Don't forget to check out our Project Life card selection just in for more!  Happy weekend, Peas.

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