Freebie Friday – Stampin’ Up!

Stampin Up Tulip card

Freebie Friday with Jen Walker

Hello, Scrapbook Expo Friends! I hope you are having a fabulous Friday! I have had a fabulous week. My family and I celebrated Canada Day on Wednesday by attending a BBQ with my husband’s company. It is always a fun day to get together with friends and family and enjoy yummy food. We are so blessed! For our friends in the USA, I wish you a very happy 4th of July filled with the love of your family and friends.

This week, I was lucky to have a chance to work with the Project Life by Stampin’ Up product line. The ‘Love Story‘ collection is a beautiful black and white collection of 100 cards in 3 different sizes. It also has an accessory pack with complementary foil cards, alphabet sticker sheets, element sticker sheets, sequins, and washi tape.  I also received the Owl Builder Punch and I have lots of fun ideas for using this punch. Oh, and don’t forget the album. I absolutely LOVE the black faux leather album. These albums are a favourite of mine for sure!

Stampin Up Love Story

When I started looking through the cards, I initially thought I would focus on my wedding photos. As I read more and more of the sentiments on the cards as well as looked at the various patterns, I realized that the collection could be used for lots of other photos showing love. It would even be great to use the cards with a series of black and white photos.

I chose to start off by creating a page about the love between my husband and I. We are high school sweethearts and as I looked through my photo albums, I realized just how many formal photos we have from our early years together. Instead of creating a layout for each occasion, I combined photos from a bunch of the events. (I apologize for the glare on the photos. It is a challenge to photograph images in the page protectors.)

Stampin Up Jen Loves Jeff

My next page featured a trip that my husband and I took when we were dating. He had never been to the Rocky Mountains before, so when my grandfather fell ill and I planned to fly across the country to visit him, I brought Jeff along. Not only would I get the opportunity to visit with my grandfather, but I was able to introduce two of my favourite men to each other. After we visited with my grandfather, we set off on an adventure. We drove and hiked and every time I saw a waterfall no matter how small, we stopped to take a photo. I went home from that trip with almost 500 photos, mostly of the scenery. My love of waterfalls lead us to Johnston Canyon where we hiked alongside the flowing water. It was an amazing experience. After we got home, Jeff told me that if he had had a ring with him, he would have proposed.

Stampin Up You and Me

You can see on this layout that I added the ‘forever’ sticker to the You and Me card. I love the font they used on their stickers.  I also modified the 4×6 tie the knot card by cutting it in half to fit in two 3×4 slots.

Next up, comes the wedding. Can you see that I am slowing walking you through the love in my life! After dating for 7 years, Jeff and I were married.

Stampin Up Wedding

I really enjoyed using the Love Story cards. There are so many options that I could have used for each page. I did, however, decide to take advantage of the pockets and fill them with more photos than cards.

My next page highlights my kids the year my son was born. I love them with every ounce of my soul. The Love Story cards were also perfect for the love between a parent and child.

Stampin Up Kids

For this layout, I cut out the white ‘Happiness’ and heart stickers and spritzed them with colour. It turned out beautifully. Given that the stickers are all white, you could modify any of them to suit your page, and again, I love that font!

Do you ever do paper piecings? I had originally planned to create a bride and groom using the Stampin’ Up! Owl Builder punch but after creating all these pages about love, I decided to go another direction. With the sun shining bright and the kids splashing in the pool outside my window, I decided to create some flowers. The owl punch is a fantastic punch as there are tons of different items you can create with it. I used the owl body and chopped off the feet to create tulips. I then ran my watercolour pencil along the edges to create a bit of a shadow.

Stampin  Up  Tulip card

How fun! Just remember when you look at your tools that you need to keep your mind wide open as when you use your imagination, your tools end up serving many more purposes!

Friends of Scrapbook Expo


As you can see, the Love Story collection is very versatile and wonderful to work with. Would you like to win this collection for yourself?

Stampin Up prize

Our friends at Stampin’ Up would like to give one lucky Scrapbook Expo friend a prize* pack that includes:

  • Love Story Card Collection
  • Love Story Accessory Pack
  • Either 6” x 8” or 12” x 12” Variety Pack Photo Pocket Pages
  • Either 6” x 8” or 12” x 12” Album

* The Owl Builder Punch in the above image is not part of this prize.

Learn more about Stampin’ Up!:

For a chance to win these goodies from Stampin’ Up!, leave a comment on this blog post telling us if you have tried creating Project Life style pocket pages, if you are a traditional scrapbooker, if you are a cardmaker, or a mixed media artist. The giveaway runs until 11:59pm EST on Thursday, July 9th.

Last week’s Freebie Friday post was sponsored by the Scrapbook & Cards Today team. Thank you to everyone who commented on last week’s blog post! The giveaway was for a one year subscription to Scrapbook & Cards Today magazine.

The winner is … SueInMtVernon!


Congratulations, Sue! Please send your mailing address to Jen Walker and include ‘SCT Magazine winner’ in the subject line.

Thanks for joining me this week. I hope you have a wonderful week ahead!

Don’t forget … If you want a chance to win an awesome prize pack from Stampin’ Up, you need to leave a comment on this post.

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~ Jen

137 thoughts on “Freebie Friday – Stampin’ Up!

  1. Denise Bryant says:

    Beautiful pages and pictures!
    I am in love with that versatile owl punch… I’ve seen lots of fabulous ideas with it and just love the tulip card!

    • sandy matson says:

      I love this owl punch and have been trying to buy one. I have all the examples pinned from pintrest and cant wait to purchase and get started with such great ideas

  2. Kailash says:

    I love traditional Scrapbooking and now spend lots of my creative time making cards, love it!!! Thanks so much for a chance to win!!!

  3. RPomeroy says:

    I am currently trying project life this year. I am a traditional scrapbooker and sometimes I like the change, but other times, I miss my traditional way of doing things. So I need to learn how to work them together.

  4. marylouh says:

    Would you believe that we just made a card using the owl punch to make the tulip card?
    I have some ladies who come once a month and I have 3 projects for them to do. We made a Winnie the Pooh card and a moo-ey bueno (a cow face) card using the owl punch and some other punches. Love to change up the punches from their intended purpose. I’m a greeting card maker. I don’t scrapbook much. I do like the pocket page scrapbooking idea but haven’t tried it. thanks.

  5. Laura Turcotte says:

    I dabble in everything, I guess. I am a scrapbooker first, then Pl’er, followed by cardmaker and mixed media!
    thank you for his awesome chance!!

  6. Alice says:

    I’m a traditional card maker and a non-traditional scrap into chip board word albums:)

  7. rosemarie c says:

    I am m mostly a traditional scrapbooker who just bought a project life card set on clearance at Michaels to make cards with. I have seen so many wonderful cards and pages made with Project Life had to give it a try. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome set.

  8. LCJinRoslynPA says:

    I’ve barely dipped my toes into PL, but it does seem to be a good fit for “events” pages. Would love to have the cards to use not only in pockets but on my traditional LOs.

  9. barb macaskill says:

    What a great collection of goodies!!! Love the black and white palette! Thanks for the chance to win them!!

  10. Carol B says:

    I have used pocket pages and need to use more of them. I started off as a traditional scrapper, but now I also make cards and do mixed media art journaling.

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at) gmail(dot) com

  11. Sophia marx says:

    I’ve used the pocket pages from Project Life and their perfect for those things you don’t want to or can’t glue down on your pages and for certain pics. Love them!

  12. Carey Nusbaum says:

    I have never created a Project Life album, but would love to try to make one. I do not know what I am afraid of. LOL! Thank you for the great giveaway!

  13. Celisa VanSickle says:

    Card making is newer to me! I started out as the family scrapbooker! Thank you for the chance to win SU products!

  14. Juliefi says:

    I am a traditional scrapper but I infuse them with PL as well. I love using them when I have many pictures for 1 event. Thanks for the giveaway!

  15. tammy kist says:

    I like mixing Project Life style pocket pages in with my regular pages in my albums, and I am a traditional scrapbooker, I am an occasional cardmaker, I dabble in mixed media.

  16. Nancy Leach says:

    I am a traditional scrapbooker and I also love to make cards. I have some Stampin’ Up! products but have never tried the Project Life…but I’d love to win this package so I could give them a try!!
    LOVE the tulip card with the owl punch! Too cute!!

  17. Mary says:

    I LOVE the owl punch, thanks for the idea of using it to make tulips! I have not had a chance to try the Project Life items yet. I have made a couple of smaller scrapbooks, but mostly make cards, boxes, and small gift items.

  18. Jennifer says:

    I am a multiple personality crafter. I do scrapbooking, card making, and have started learning about the mixed media stuff and love it all. I have not used any of the project life items yet. I would love to win this being newly engaged this would be the perfect album set for my upcoming wedding 🙂

  19. Lynndee says:

    I love the idea of Project Life and have thought the products could even be incorporated into traditional pages and even cards…I have even picked up a couple PL kits in the clearance section but have yet to try putting an album together! Thanks for the chance to win this pretty set from SU! PS…love he owl punch and the tulip card is a fantastic way to use it!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

  20. Cathy B says:

    I have not tried Project Life – I am a traditional scrapbooker. Looking forward to my first Scrapbook Expo! thanks!

  21. Pam P. says:

    I am a traditional scrapbooker and card maker. I have purchased a few Project Life items, and am excited to try out this new form of scrapbooking.

  22. Yolanda says:

    I am a card maker first, but when I do scrapbook my style is traditional. I would love to try something different.

  23. Toni says:

    My joy is card making with Christmas being my very favorite type. I’ve not had the pleasure of using Project Live, but would love the opportunity to do so. Stampin’ Up has some of my favorite stamps and punches. Looking forward to trying my had with the Sprinkles of Life stamp and punch as soon as I receive them!

  24. Cheryl says:

    I’m a Stampin Up girl, but haven’t tried the Project Life kits yet. Next on my list!
    I do cards and love SU Paper Pumpkin kits. Love the surprise each month!

  25. Carol F says:

    Love all the ideas, and never thought about just using a punch for something different that it was supposed to be. How creative! & I’d like to Win, Win, Win! hehehe 🙂

  26. Jessie Wasser says:

    My albums are made of both traditional and pocket pages. I love the look of both in one album. I don’t have the Love Story Collection (I thought it was just for wedding pictures ) but you’ve opened my eyes to many new possibilities. Thanks

  27. Debra White says:

    I have not tried Project Life but it is intriguing. I’m a traditional acrapbooker and card maker. Would love to win a prize from SU, a great company.

  28. karen says:

    Have done a few pocket pages in baby album given away as gifts. Still like traditional scrapbooking the best,

  29. Katherine Buchanan says:

    I’ve never tried the Project Life cards. Or anything Project Life. It has definitely piqued my interest, though. I’m pretty much a traditional scrapper. I am currently venturing into cards and mixed media.

  30. Vicki Price says:

    I have made some of my own project life type cards. I also like to use them in card making.

  31. Linda M. says:

    Have not used Project Life yet, I’m basically a traditional scrapbooker and card maker. Always go through supplies when I shop scrapbook supplies, however. Would love to win.

  32. Melanie Harnacke says:

    I am a traditional scrapper. Usually, I make scrapbooks for my family and friends. Now, I’m finally making a scrapbook for myself 🙂 I love learning new techniques!

  33. Patty Mitzel says:

    I have not tried Project Life yet. This would be a wonderful way to try. I am a traditional scrapper and I love making cards.

  34. faye durough says:

    I did some scrapbooking when I was growing up and again when my first grandchild was born. As a teacher who spent mega hours at school, I had to give up scrapbooking. I am now retired and am scrapbooking again after 13 years. How tings have changed!!! I am loving the Proje t Life concept. ! So many new products, and I want them all!! ( maybe I’ll get some of them when I’m at Scrapbook Expo in Duluth. Can’t wait!!!

  35. Maribel says:

    I am a cardmaker. I like to be creative with my cards and proyects. I am an occupational therapist and I use this with my parients.

  36. Karen says:

    I am a mixed media artist as well as a traditional scrapbooker. I have heard of project life pocket style scrapbooking, but have never completed an album. I would love to win and try it out!

  37. Darlene Lilly says:

    I have been into Scrapbooking for many years and began card making about a year ago. I LOVE Stampin Up products but have not tried anything from Project Life. I would love to win this package and give it a try.

  38. Darlene Bruner says:

    I love to try all things! I have used project life cards in traditional scrapbooking usingvthe fuse tool and I love to make cards. I am now learning alternative projects. These products would help me in all areas! Thanks!

  39. Pearl says:

    I only do 12×12’s right now…but hoping to try Project Life in 2016…and would like to give mixed media layouts a try asap 🙂 thanks for the chance to win

  40. Sweet April says:

    I just love everything I saw on your projects;I’m a new scrapper.I’m trying to learn as many new things as I can.I love punches,papers,colored pencils,glitter,stickers and many others.I want a new hobby to relax and have fun!Love those prizes.Thanks for sharing!

  41. Lequita Craig says:

    I do a little bit of this and that. I’ve attempted traditional scrapbooking. I have all the tools for Project Life just need to jump in and try.

  42. Beth says:

    I am mostly a card maker, I do some traditional scrapbooking and have just started breaking into Project Life. Would love to win these goodies, they look fun!

  43. Sheila B. says:

    I have not tried creating Project Life style pocket pages yet. I am a card maker, and love finding new ways to use my punches.

  44. Jennifer Marks says:

    I just started using project life albums this year. The albums go together so fast and extremely personal.

  45. Sheila S. says:

    I started off as a traditional scrapbooker 10 years ago and have been a card maker for about 6 years. Throughout most of these years I have been an avid SU enthusiast. The quality of SU products has always appealed to me and they are my go to products for both crafts. Thx for the opportunity of maybe winning this prize pkg.

  46. Maria says:

    Hey Jen! Haven’t yet had a chance to try the Project Life products, but I’d love the opportunity! My son and new daughter-in-law, both Army Airborne soldiers stationed in North Carolina just got married last year. I’d love to work with these great looking products to create something amazing for them! I do all kinds of Scrapbooking! It’s my only therapy! Thanks for the chance!

  47. Mandy Switzer says:

    I have purchased items for project life scrapbooking but am not confident to start. My husband passed almost 3 years ago and I would really like to scrap our 17 years together in a way I feel would honor him and our experiences together. He didn’t always understand my desire to scrapbook or make cards, but he respected my wanting to make memories to have even after he was not with me anymore. It has been a hobby to help me continue moving forward while remembering good times. Thank you for the opportunity to get started with products I would love from a company that has great quality products.

  48. Patty M says:

    I am a traditional scrapbook. I have made some cards but do not do so often. I have used a product similar to Project Life albums and love Stampin’ Up products so I would like to try them!

  49. Patty M says:

    I am a traditional scrapbooker. I have made some cards but do not do so often. I have used a product similar to Project Life albums and love Stampin’ Up products so I would like to try them!

  50. Susan Janczewski says:

    I haven’t tried them yet, but I’ll have a pocket page debut this weekend.

  51. Marie W says:

    I mix it up….I love the Project life cards and pocket pages when I have a number of pictures to scrap quickly. But then I love traditional scrapbooking where I can be creative with paper,embellishments and figure the best way to enhance my photos. I have even used the cards many times on my ‘traditional’ 12×12 pages. Both ways of scrapbooking allow me to re-live my memories through my photos while being creative. And those memories are documented so my family can enjoy them also!!

  52. Charlotte Smeda says:

    I love scrapbooking and have done 2 life pages albums and love doing them..this looks like a awesome set

  53. Debbie Felix says:

    I have been rubber stamping for years and continue to love it. I’m also a traditional scrapper but I am always drawn back to making cards. I’ll be working on my parents milestone birthdays and 50th Anniversary albums just as soon as my stamp room is back in order. I need some inspiration on vintage looks.

  54. Stacie says:

    I am a card maker and traditional scrapbooker but have always wanted to try project life- this would be a good way to check it out 🙂

  55. Stacey says:

    I love to scrapbook! Just started buying Project Life stuff within the last year. I enjoy mixing my traditional stuff with project life stuff!

  56. Deb.E. says:

    These pages make me feel instant satisfaction and helps me to get my memories done quickly and efficiently!

  57. Margaret Heasley says:

    I am a traditional scrapbooker but have dabbled in other forms, digital and pl’er. I can see the benefits of each kind. I love the project life for when I have a limited amount of time and want to get a project done. I enjoy the ease of use and the final look can be impressive. On our last trip I kept a day -by-day diary in a project life book and used a variety of pages to hold the many things I collected. It was fun and when we returned I already had a completed book to share. Lots of fun and will do again.

  58. Helene Monette says:

    Actually I’ve been curious about it for a while and I’m meeting my Stampin’Up rep. tomorrow to take a “live” look at it.

    I want to create a Project Life album for a co-worker. She’s having a baby boy in September.

  59. Linda says:

    I’ve been scrapbooking my son’s life now for 19yrs. I’m a traditional scrapbooker but love to incorporate different things into my pages.. bottle caps, store tags, cards (both store bought and PL ones). Thanks for the chance to win.. this is exciting!

  60. Cindy Goslar says:

    LOVE Stampin’ Up! products! If you want quality, you need to check out their products. I am a traditional scrapbooker, but have just started playing with Project Life and this kit would be a great addition to my stash to help me keep it going. i actually like to mix it up … when doing a 2 page layout, do one page traditional and one page Project Life,

  61. Cheryl Yates says:

    Thanks so much Jen for sharing your photos and fun ideas for using the Project Life Cards. I love seeing different ways that those can be used in craft projects! It would be great to win………..but I love seeing your pages and your comments about them! Thanks so much.

  62. Kristin says:

    It is so fun to take our supplies and use them in other ways. This website is great for getting my “think-outside-of-the-box” juices flowing as I look at my own supplies in a different way. I don’t have the exact supplies to create the tulips, but I am sure that I have something around that can make something that is similar! Thanks, as always, for the great ideas!

  63. Jennifer Hinshaw says:

    I make mostly cards. I prefer traditional scrapbooking, but have wondered about project life.

  64. Brittany Doherty says:

    I have never tried project life, I love traditional scrapbooking and card making!! I love getting more ideas about things that I can do. I used to be scared to do to much or add to many embellishments or design to my scrapbooks and my cards but I have definitely gotten over that! It is great to see simplicity as well as more detailed ideas and to see how to use things like the owl punch (which I don’t have but feel I really need to own it!) In another way! Thank you for all of the wonderful ideas !

  65. Lisa W. says:

    I am a traditional scrapper and card maker! I do use some of the project life cards on my traditional pages. I’m definitely addicted to Stampin Up!

  66. Barbie Loughlin says:

    I’m a traditional scrapper and focus a lot on cards. paper, glue and glitter is my therapy!

  67. Karla Hippen says:

    I am a card maker mostly. I am making a 6×6 album of my trip to California, which includes a visit and tour of Stampin up headquarters in Utah. I am using the Life is an Adventure project life cards. Looking forward to attending the Scarpbook Expo in Schaumburg next month!

  68. Patricia Zukowski says:

    Great collection — Project Life. Have been using Stampin Up products for years — they are just great — would really love to win some.

  69. Linda says:

    I started out as traditional scrapper but now “dabble” with all sorts of card making and mixed media. Thanks for a chance to win! Love the posted pictures!

  70. Karen Comer says:

    I have been a card maker for many years but only a scrap booker for about 1 year. Once I got over the intimidation, I really loved it. It wasn’t long before Stampin Up started to carry Project Life. I have tried some of their sets and love them! I haven’t used them in pocket scrapbooking but would love to try! My fingers are crossed and thanks for the chance! I love your sight! It inspires me to think outside the box with my scrapbooking!

  71. Sandy in VA says:

    I’m a cardmaker….paper lover! A lot of scrapbooking supplies are perfect for making cards too’

  72. Elsa Piccinich says:

    I am a card maker and I love my project life planner! I wanted to try scrapbooking and thought the smaller 6×8 album with planner pages would be a good way to do it. It keeps me organized by tracking what’s going on, and then I add the photo pages in between to document the special moments. Would love to do a bigger album some day.

  73. Tanya Petersheim says:

    Love project life. Have been isn’t it for pocket letters. Not a traditional scrapbooker.

  74. Ginny Miller says:

    I have been wanting to try this style of scrapbooking for a while. I am a very slow scrapper and seldom get much done.

  75. Melissa Falkerson says:

    I have not use product of life . But I’ve been using stamping up for years . I love stamping up products . I do traditional scrapbooking and I’m getting into doing cards .

  76. Lynette Vinzant says:

    I am going to the expo and hope to learn these techniques!! I would love to win!!

  77. Betty MacMaster says:

    I’ve enjoyed adding some project life pages into my scrapbooks, it adds a new and fun look

  78. Lynda E. says:

    I am a traditional scrapbooker. I haven’t tried pocket pages before, but I love what you did with them and would love to try them out! Thanks for the giveaway!

  79. Gwen Mitchem says:

    Love the beautiful layouts love this site an p.s. Please keep in mind hickory nc has a great convention center for an expo hint hint can’t blame a girl for trying lol

  80. Denise Hodges says:

    I haven’t tried the Project Life yet. I have been a Stampin up fan for about 15 + years. I make cards & do a little scrapbooking. Would love to win this so as to learn more about the Project Life.

  81. Karen K says:

    I am a traditional scrapper and have never tried pocket pages but with 5 little ones would love to. Live the owl punch and the love set!!!!

  82. Linda D says:

    Have been wanting to try this for about a year and this package would get me going. Would love to win it and get started with my heritage scrapbook.

  83. Alane Jackson says:

    Stanpin’ Up products are wonderful so I love to use the products for making cards. Now you have inspired me to look at what I have in a different way, I love the way the owl punch was used!

  84. Gale says:

    Traditional scrapper here and teaching my 9 year old daughter to scrapbook. She loves to create cards!

  85. Patricia Coats says:

    I love scrapbooking… It’s a way of keeping memories alive forever!! Generations in the future will appreciate the books of today!! Thanks for this wonderful opportunity… Pat Coats

  86. Tiffany vn johnson says:

    I would consider myself a novice traditional scrapbooker. I haven’t tried any of the project life products however the products look high quality and I’m very much interested in exploring each and every feature of project life.

  87. Denise P says:

    I do a bit of everything. Pl and traditional. Love it all. Even though I make cards, that is definitely not strong suit.

  88. elise smith-dewey says:

    i am mostly a scrapbook supply collector and therefore have collected some project life supplies but have yet to dig in. i do make cards and mini albums and do quote boards using mixed media for home decor. i have heard great things about this stampin up project life set and would love to win it! thanks for the opportunity!

  89. Bhavana Patel says:

    Love doing PL and card making and even Scrapbooking! Wish we had more hours in the day! Made a pocket page album with my 10 year old for school homework all about our visit to New York. The teachers loved it!

  90. Adrienne says:

    I started as just a scrapbooker, but after being introduced to stamps I quickly also became a cardmaker. I just recently learned about Project Life and can’t wait to start doing that as well!!

  91. Renee K says:

    I have begun using project life, am also a traditional scrapbooker with books to catch up on 🙂 and also enjoy card making.

  92. Jamie Wills says:

    I mostly make cards, but I love making baby albums for friends and family. I’m bad about posting my own memories but think a Project Life book would be a great way to get them in an album:)

  93. Wendie Kirby says:

    I am a traditional scrapbooker and cardmaker. I am thinking the project life system would be a great way to get more memories in an album.

    Scrapbook Expo will be in my city this weekend. So excited to go.

  94. Allison CB says:

    I am into mixed media but the the project life looks so cool! Would love to try it!

  95. Barbara Carlson says:

    I also am a traditional scrapbooker and card maker. However, I can see incorporating project life either as pages or as an embellishments on traditional pages.

  96. Kathy says:

    I Love making Cards to send to family and friends! I also Love to Scrapbook! I am just starting to use the Project Life System. It would be Awesome to win! Jen, Thanks for sharing your projects! It helps to see your ideas! It is an inspiration to me!

  97. Diana says:

    I enjoy traditional scrapping as well as protect life. Just started getting into slot of embossing and die kits. They are really fur to do.

  98. Robyn Barber says:

    I have two project life books going right now…I am getting to like them the more I use it. I am mostly a card maker…but loving the scrapbooking!

  99. Kim says:

    I’m new to this but I love scrapbooking, card making is what in into right now. I would also like to make something for my grand daughter who will graduate in a few years. I would love to be a winner of some really awesome prizes.

  100. Lorrie says:

    I’m new to cardmaking, but I love to learn anything new!! My daughter got married last October and I’d love to do something like this for their 1 year anniversary.

  101. Teresa Craig says:

    I love the project life scrapbooking. So much quicker that I might actually finish an album. LOL. I actually use both tradional and pocket scrapbooking. My favorite project is card making. I love SU products so I would love this giveaway!

  102. Sue says:

    I’m new to all this. I have scrapbooked for years. I would love to try projest life and stamping. Hope this is how to get in on the chance to win.

  103. Kerry Wilson says:

    I enjoy traditional scrapbooking although I have been away from it for a while. I have not tried project life but would love to. Thank you for chance to win!

  104. elizabeth says:

    I am a traditional scrapbooker, but I have used some of the project like pages in my scrapbooks when I have a lot of photos that go together. I have not used the project life cards yet because I have not found any that would go with the scrapbooks I am currently working on. I love to work on my scrapbooks to relax after a rough day. It gives me time to relax and let the creative juices flow.

  105. Amy says:

    I do traditional scrapbook and occasionally card-making. Haven’t really done Project Life yet but looks interesting!

  106. Janice Repass says:

    I love this collection, both for Project Life and for cardmaking, and I’m amazed by the beautiful tulips from the owl punch! I shall have to give that a try! Thank you!!

  107. Nicole Sparshu says:

    I am a card maker and I’ve never tried Project Life although I love Stampin’ Up and have lots of their products.

  108. Jackie says:

    I am mostly a card maker and traditional scrapbooker. I have not tried the Project Life products but would love to have the opportunity. thanks for the chance.

  109. Sandi Dailey says:

    I am new to Project Life, but have done about 10 pages. I love your pages and especially this kit (black and white are my favorite colors together). I really enjoyed reading your story in your pages!!

  110. Susan B says:

    I am a traditional scrapbooker but have stuck my toes in the pocket page scrapbook water and I think I can grow to like it as it is a quick way to get pictures out of boxes and in books!

  111. Karen Hayes says:

    I love what you have done here! I haven’t done any pocket style scrapbooking before but I think I’m ready to jump in. I love the look of it but I’m not sure where to start, I don’t want to spend a lot of money on things I won’t need. I’m not too sure where to start with this style so winning this kit would set me in the right direction. Thanks for the chance.

  112. Laurie Black says:

    I have not tried Project Life for scrapbooking, but I have used some of the product line in making cards.

  113. Mary Beth Hayman says:

    I began scrapbooking as a child. When I was in 6th grade, I created my first scrapbook. I used a brown paper bag from the grocery store. The two large sides of the bag became the pages of the scrapbook. Glued to the pages were my grade school class photos K-6th. Stickers, crayons and candle wax added color to the pages.
    25+ years later my sister reintroduced me to scrapbooking. My reintroduction was over 18 years ago. Someone at my then new office invited me to attend a crafting party, hosted by a company that will remain unnamed. I attend the party with the intention of having the opportunity to meet and get to know my new staff. Little did I know that I would get addicted to scrapbooking. Thanks for the invite Pam! I’ve been continuously scrapbooking since the party.
    Every year that Scrapbooking Expo comes to my town – I attend. It’s my goal to learn a new technique each year at the Expo. During each expo, I learn a new technique and buy all the supplies to go home and try it myself.
    See you next week in Duluth!

  114. Gloria Sperring says:

    I’m too late for the giveaway. But that’s okay. Congratulations to whoever won! I wish you fun and an addictive attitude to scrapbooking or card making. I also wish you all kinds of fun with your new supplies. I just stopped by to see what beautiful projects were shared with us this week. As usual, learned something new. Thanks Jen!

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