Month-by-Month, Page-by-Page

21 Apr
I was looking through my 2010 Month-by-Month album today and thought it would be fun to show you what it looks like as you flip through the pages. The monthly digital templates are, of course, a big part of the album, but they’re really only the beginning. This really is a hybrid project. I add printed labels (just printed from my computer and cut out of cardstock) to some of the photos. I also add lots of additional photos, journaling and stuff to baseball card-style page protectors most months. It just depends on what I’ve collected and what photos I have on hand.
The whole album is on Flickr. You can click on any of the photos for additional information and to see the rest of the album.

26

79

1015

1721
2330

3538

3942

43
I really love this album. It isn’t too much for me to maintain. I don’t ever feel “behind” and it’s really simple for me to complete each month. If I don’t have enough photos, I can add a patterned paper. If I have way too many, I add more page protectors. If you’re interested in something similar, you can find the templates here.

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3 Responses to “Month-by-Month, Page-by-Page”

  1. Colleen April 22, 2011 at 6:55 am #

    This is awesome and what a wonderful way to document life! I’m doing Project Life and need to get some pictures printed again! Thanks for the reminder… LOVE this!

  2. Sierra May 22, 2011 at 9:01 pm #

    Love your album. Thanks for sharing(via PDS). You’ve inspired me to get moving on mine again.

    • Julie S. May 23, 2011 at 7:00 am #

      Thanks, Sierra! It’s for sure one of my favorite projects!

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