1. New kit coming to the shop tomorrow.
Halloween is a favorite holiday in our household. Well, at least with me and the girls. My husband is not so big on dressing up though he does help himself to the stash of chocolates we collect while trick-or-treating!
2. Becky Higgins’ Personal Yearbook Project
Super duper excited about this project! The personal yearbook project is something Becky Higgins has been doing with her kids for years. When she approached me to ask if I would be interested in working with her to turn her concept into Project Life form I was besides myself with excitement!
I’m thrilled to announce that the Personal Yearbook Kit is now available for purchase at the Digital Project Life shop. Right now it’s only available in digital form. There are no plans for this kit to go to print at the moment though maybe if there is enough demand for it, maybe it will!
The Personal Yearbook Mini Kit includes all the cards you need to complete a Personal Yearbook for one school year and fits perfectly with the Project Life Mini Albums. See this product listing for full contents info.
The Kit is also available as Pre-Designed 8.5×11 PDF’s. These sheets can be slipped into a 8.5 x 11 page protector and stored in any 8.5 x 11 3-ring binder.
I love that Becky wanted to offer a more economical approach to documenting the school year and really pushed for this 8.5 x 11 format! The 3 ring binder is so convenient and this format will allow other school related documents (awards, certificates, homework, drawings, essays, etc.) to all be stored in one place. And since storage space is a big concern for me, I’m hoping I can squeeze in 2 – 3 years of school in one binder.
Along the bottom of each PDF insert is a simple grid design that can be used as extra journaling space or left as is.
For more information about Becky’s Personal Yearbook Project, see this post on her blog.