Last week, I introduced the huge project I am jumping into—my 2004 study abroad album. This is a HUGE project, so organization is key. Today, I will share some of the products I have collected for this, which I am just itching to put into action.
1. The Albums
OK, when I say my study abroad “album”, I am being wildly optimistic. It will certainly be “albumS”. Right now, I have two. I am guessing it will take three. It may take four. I know this might totally freak out some people, but I am actually ok with it. I would rather have 4 albums—that are organized and enjoyable—than a big box in the basement. As per usual, I am using my favorite oversized Pioneer binders, in brown faux-leather.
2. The Pages
I have been hoarding pages for this project for a couple years now. Like my other PL albums, I plan on starting with a base of design A and mixing in others from the variety pack as needed. I am hoping that I have enough that I don’t have to worry about running out!
3. The Turquoise Collection
I bought the physical turquoise kit when it was first released in 2011. It is currently the only physical kit I own, and I am pretty excited to get these little cards in action. I also have the digital kit, which I will be using as well.
4. LKIC See the World
5. Ali Edward’s Brushes
6. Paislee Press Cards no. 25
I picked up these cards this summer and used an entire set in my 2013 Egypt album. I printed a second set at the same time to use in my study abroad album(s). I love the simplicity of the design—these make great filler cards without adding clutter.
7. Project Mouse
Project Mouse is amazing. For serious. While I love me some Disney as much as the next person, a lot of the cards are also great for any kind of travel. I have the Leading Up to the Magic bundle, which is great for all things transportation and hotels.
8. Really Really Old Stuff
I have been collecting products for this album since 1999/2000. I have A LOT of stuff. And you know what? Some of it is really cool! I am really excited to use some of it. Maybe all of it. This is a big undertaking!
So, this is the stash I am starting with. It is a go!
Anyone else crazy enough to jump into a huge project at the holidays?
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