I really hope that you’ve enjoyed this Organized Project Life mini series. Today’s segment is the last part of the series that I had planned for you. I will have various Project Life tips, tricks, and tutorials for you in the future.
As far as the rest of this week goes, I have a few kind of oddball blog posts coming up later this week & then next week I will be back to posting projects again. I hope to have a Week 1 PL Process Video for you soon too. We got snowed in so I can’t go pick up my photos yet. That got me thinking seriously hard about buying a photo printer so I probably will pick one up in the near future. Any suggestions on a photo printer?? I’ve been a laser jet printer gal for so long, I don’t even know what’s really out there.
I am incredibly touched & totally excited that y’all are excited about our new & improved newsletter. I worked on the rough draft last night & when I logged in, there were over 100 new newsletter subscribers!! Because so many of you have signed up, I wanted to change what I had originally said & make it even better. Rather than there being ONE FREEBIE, there will now be TWO FREEBIES in this week’s newsletter edition. Make sure to sign up for my Newsletter, the newsletter will come out on Wednesday around noon-ish. And let me tell you, I poured a little heart into it too -I’ve had a lot on my mind & I share some of that with you. This newsletter is really something pretty special. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
OK, so now it’s time for the purpose of today’s post! Let me show you how to type on those journaling cards for Project Life. You could use this same kind of process for typing your journaling for your traditional scrapbook layout also.
In this video, I show you how to use my FREE Photoshop Template to type on journaling cards. If you don’t have Photoshop, you can do the same thing by drawing a box and typing into a word document.
If you’re anything like me, it really helps to be able to type because I can type a whole lot more onto one of these cards. My handwriting is not only huge, it is messy & crooked! I can’t write in a straight line unless there are lines on the card (and not all of the cards have lines on them! lol).
I hope that helps you! What would you like to know next about Project Life? Let me know what you’d like to see in the comments section below! I will try to incorporate your questions into my future blog posts.
I’ll be back with our new Wild Wednesday mini series called My Planner. EEK! I can’t wait!