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I have something a little different for you today: a Project Life style scrapbook page celebrating Gratitude. This is our monthly challenge over on the Memory Keeping with Project Life Stampin' Up! Facebook Group (MKPLSU), and I have some lovely Stampin' Up! Demonstrator friends from around the world participating, and you can visit them too.

Stampin Up Project Life Page by Claire Daly Stampin Up Melbourne Australia

Scrapbooking is very much about journalling to me, and with a subject as close to my heart as being thankful, there was no stopping me! I decided to make the three 4x6 pockets journalling blocks and just journaled until they were full. That gave me room for 55 things. I stamped some of my individual thank you stamps in Smoky Slate over the top of the journalling, and mounted the journalling on cardstock to match the Everyday Adventure Card Collection. I also popped some In Color sequins into the journalling pockets and sealed the tops of those pockets using clear labels from the office store, so the sequins dont fall out. Sequins are great to add some interest to journalling pockets because you can move them around and still read the journalling! The rest of the pockets were filled with stamping, and quotes I love about being thankful and happy.

Stampin Up Project Life Page by Claire Daly Stampin Up Melbourne Australia

For these two pocket cars I started with blank grid cards. The stamps are all from Stampin' Up!'s Gratitude for Days stamp set (see links below) which is a photopolymer set and easy to place exactly where you want. On the top left of the photo card that is a combination of 2 stamps in the set, but I love how they work together. On the right hand side I have stamped 'gratitude' onto washi tape to highlight the word (used Stazon). The rest of the title was made with my dymo, which I haven't used for ages, but is good to mix things up a bit! 

Stampin Up Project Life Page by Claire Daly Stampin Up Melbourne Australia

The two base cards here are from Stampin' Up!'s Everyday Adventure Card Collection. I've just added some patterned paper to the card on the left and some washi tape, rhinestones and a favourite Winnie the Pooh quote on the right hand card. On several of the cards I have hand-drawn a border using my project life journalling pens.

Stampin Up Project Life Page by Claire Daly Stampin Up Melbourne Australia

These are two more base cards from the Everyday Adventure set, with a couple of my favourite printable quotes from Pintrest. You can check out all the supplies I have used in this months page, using the links below my signature. If there is anything you like, you can either buy directly in the online store or I am happy to take orders by email and phone too.

I have lots of talented demo friends creating a gratitude page as part of the MKPLSU Design Team Challenge. You can visit their blogs here:

Delys Cram - New Zealand

Julie Kettlewell - UK

Constanze Wirtz - Germany

Tina Gillespie - South Australia

Janet Morrow Wakeland - USA

Kim Holterman - Netherlands

Kimberly VanDiepen - USA

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you get the opportunity to get stuck into some memory keeping this week. 

If you would like a closer look at any of the products I have used today, just follow the links below to view the products in my Online Stampin' Up! Store.

See you back here again soon,

Claire

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Tina Gillespie

Ooh, I love the concept behind your layout! The quotes are fantastic, especially the Piglet one.

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