Project Life for scrapbooking Swarovski Crystal Worlds

project life swarovski close up

The concept of Project Life scrapbooking is that it’s quick and simple. I decided to give that a test drive today.

At Christmas we went to Austria for a short break and we visited Swarovksi Crystal Worlds. It was an amazing place – beautiful grounds, clever and quirky exhibitions and a fantastic shop – all very sparkly of course and we took plenty of pix … which we haven’t done anything about!

So, can Project Life get me out of that rut?

I chose a page protector from the Variety Pack Pocket Pages (135294) first (the top left in the pic below) so that I knew which way round I needed my photos (portrait or landscape).


Then I printed my photos out on the home printer (choosing and printing then was definitely the longest part) and slotted them in to the page protector.

project life swarovski

After selecting a card from the Everyday Adventure Collection (135298), I added a little bit of journalling with a Strawberry Slush marker and decorated with some Flower Shop (Wood 132727 or Clear 132726) and Petite Petal (Wood 134821 or Clear 134822) flowers and quite a few Basic Rhinestones (119246) (they’re so very sparkly – just like the Swarovski crystals).

project life swarovski journaling

It took me around 10-15 min to put the page together. It really is that easy!

I think I’m converted. It will be a great excuse for hubby and I to look back through all our old photos.

Sara xx


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