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March 11, 2013

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imene

You are an inspiration. I have not printed pictures in almost three years, I don't have the courage to even get started ;-)
Are you going to journal or just add pictures?

Wendi

I'm also trying to get started with project life, but I I have 17 years worth of photos to tackle, and they arent even separated by year! Daunting, but I know it will only get worse if I keep procrastinating.
I really enjoyed your tutorial. That's a new method for me. I really don't enjoy drawing all of the lines with the old method.

Larissa

Imene, I am going to journal a bit - just one card for every other page or so. The package comes with so many journaling cards that it's a shame not to use them!

erin

i'm a huge project life fan. go for it!

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