Sporty Strap Pack Sew Along – Post #1: Supplies, Cutting & Interfacing

On the Go Bags Sew Along 5

Today is the first post of the Sporty Strap Pack sew along! This is the one-shoulder backpack pattern featured on the cover of our book On the Go Bags, co-written by Janelle MacKay of Emmaline Bags.

Janelle kicked off our sew along with several helpful posts for those of you sewing the Airport Sling Bag, (another one from the book!) which you’ll find here:

Airport Sling:

Sporty Strap Pack:

  • Post #1: You are here!

You may have already joined the On the Go Bags Facebook group, but in case you haven’t, check it out for all of the sew along info.You can share your bag progress, ask questions, and even enter to win prizes just for sewing along! We’ll do about 2 weeks of instruction for each bag, and then you’ll have 4 weeks to finish for a chance to enter your bag for giveaways.

Sporty Strap Pack shoulder backpack

Let’s Get Started!

The Sporty Strap Pack is a practical one-shoulder backpack pattern that you can sew in one fabric or coordinating prints for a little pizzazz! I took this version with me to Chicago for a girls’ getaway with my mom, and it was just the right size to carry my DSLR camera, a light sweatshirt, and my wallet. I love wearing this bag!

I was inspired to design a one-shoulder backpack for my friend who needed a small bag to take her dog out to go on walks, to carry a treat, plastic baggie, a sweater, and a bottle of water. I soon realized that this would be a great smaller backpack to replace my big diaper bag as my son grew into toddlerhood and didn’t require so many things to leave the house.

Sporty Strap Pack Riley Blake

The fabric featured on this bag is the fun Keep on Groovin’ from Riley Blake Designs. Yeah!

The bag front features a magnetic snap pocket and the inside features an elastic pocket. Each time I make this bag, I change up the pockets just a little, with a contrasting flap or something to spice it up. The back of the bag has a zipper and a covered zipper flap, which I’ll show you here….

Back of Sporty Strap Pack

See the zipper? It’s hidden underneath the zipper flap!

The straps are kind of neat to sew, too. Each top and bottom strap has a piece of nylon strapping coming from it, and is topstitched for detail and strength. Finally, you can add a plastic buckle with an adjustable slider to customize the pack to fit you.

Supplies & Fabric:

  1. I used a quilting cotton, but you can also sew this bag with a canvas fabric. Both are plenty sturdy with the proper interfacing. I’ve used Pellon SF 101 Shape Flex as my interfacing and Pellon Fusible Thermolam as my stabilizer. If you are using canvas, I’d still recommend interfacing and stabilizer.
  2. As for the type of fabric print that works well for this bag, I’m going to suggest going with a small to medium-scale print, or something like the solid Essex linen featured on the cover. I’ve found that large-scale prints (huge florals) and such don’t work as well with the kidney shape of the bag. If you’re determined to use a larger-scale print, why not tone it down with solid front pocket and flap? I’ve shared some other examples of the #sportystrappack on Instragram in case you need some inspiration!

What fabric and hardware am I using?

Sporty Strap Pack materials list

Here is the complete fabric and supplies list from the book! Please note that I’m going to suggest an 18″ zipper instead of the 16″ zipper listed. This was an error in the editing of the book, and has been changed in all digital and reprint editions. If you’ve already purchased a smaller zipper, you can make your zipper tabs a bit longer to compensate.

Other than the zipper, the only real hardware you will need is a magnetic snap!


Cutting Fabric:

Are you nervous to make that first cut? Don’t be! I completely messed it up, but realized my error and was able to fix it, no problem! Hopefully these cutting tips will help you all breeze through the cutting of the Sporty Strap Pack!


Trying to save time, I folded my blue dot print and orange car print in half from top to bottom. This worked fine for the blue, since it’s not a directional print, but not so well for the cars…


Oops! On the left lining piece, you can see that the cars are right side up. On the right lining piece, they are upside down. Luckily, I had enough fabric that I could cut a new right lining panel, and you should, too! But to save yourself the time and effort, just cut any directional fabrics one at a time! Do not cut through two layers, or you might make a mistake like I did.


Here I am cutting out that lining piece the right way… one at a time. Always a smart move with directional fabrics!


Once you’ve cut your body pieces from the outer fabric, go ahead and trim off that curved to give yourself a clean edge. Then cut a long strip 3.5″ wide through both layers for your straps.


Cut that long strip into your short strap and long strap. See how easy!


Next, I’m going to show you a tip for centering a print.

Here, I’m cutting out my front pocket. Because I know I want it to be 7″ wide and I also want at least some of the car circles to be centered, I’m going to fold my fabric right sides together and fold it carefully so the circles are centered. Then, I place my ruler at the 3.5″ mark.


When I unfold my cut pockets, the van circles are perfectly centered!


Next, just trim that long pocket piece into two pockets of the correct height.


I used the same centering trick for the pocket flap… Just divide the width of the pocket flap by two, and that will be  your measurement for cutting along the folded fabric. Cut along the fold to get a pocket flap of the correct width, then cut two pieces to the correct height.

If you aren’t using a directional fabric, it’s your lucky day! You can skip all of these tricks and just cut normally through two layers of a folded piece of fabric to get your matching pieces.


Here’s my elastic pocket piece. Because my print is only slightly directional, I just cut through two layers to get my pieces.


Don’t forget to cut out your interfacing and stabilizer (pictured above). You might notice here that in the center column, my long top strap piece isn’t long enough (just a few inches short). It’s okay to piece stabilizers together if needed to get a long enough strap piece. Just fuse one to the fabric, then fuse the next piece beside it.

Here are all of the interfaced and stabilized pieces!

Sporty Strap Pack pieces

From left to right: These pieces get interfacing (the lightweight stuff)…

  • 2 lining body pieces (facing opposite ways)
  • 1 short bottom strap
  • 1 long top strap
  • 1 elastic pocket (I chose blue to contrast with my orange lining fabric)
  • 1 pocket flap
  • 1 flat pocket
  • 1 strap facing (I chose blue to match my outer bag)
  • 1 zipper flap (I chose orange to contrast with my blue outer fabric)

Sporty Strap Pack pieces

From left to right: These pieces get stabilizer (the heavyweight stuff)…

  • 2 outer body pieces (facing opposite ways)
  • 1 flat pocket (I chose orange to contrast)
  • 1 pocket flap (orange to contrast)
  • 1 long top strap
  • 1 short bottom strap
  • 1 elastic pocket (I chose blue to contrast with my orange lining fabric)

That’s a wrap for today! If you have any questions about the Sporty Strap Pack Sew Along, feel free to ask them in the On the Go Bags Facebook group! I can’t wait to see what fabrics you choose for your bags. For some inspiration, check out these others…

On the Go Bags Sew Along Sponsors

Aurifil * Blend Fabrics * ByAnnie * C&T Publishing * Craftsy * Pellon * Riley Blake Designs

Portable Sensory Play! Toddler Sensory Wagon with Dirt + Rocks

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Dirt and Rocks Portable Sensory Bin - Craft Buds


My toddler son LOVES to play in the dirt. I have the feeling that I could get him a truck full of backyard toys, and he’d still prefer a few plastic shovels and the big sand pit in our backyard. The only problem with this is that we live in the south, and summers can get very hot! So, I wanted to create a portable dirt and rocks toddler sensory play station that would allow my son to get down and dirty and just be kid. The goal was creating something that could easily roll from the sun to the shade, depending on the temperature.

Toddler Sensory Play Dirt

Step 1: Gather materials

I was considering using a huge plastic, under-bed storage tub for our toddler sensory play tub. But then when I saw the wagon, I had an “a-ha” moment! I picked up a bag of dirt ($1.37) and a bag of pea pebble rocks ($3.47).

Dirt and Rocks Sensory Play for Toddlers

Step 2: Dump out the bags

To get your child involved in making a “dirty” sensory play wagon, get a couple of plastic containers an pour dirt and rocks inside. I’ve found that allows the kids to be a bit more interactive than just scooping it from the bag. Plus, those bags are HEAVY. Give an example by taking a plastic shovel and scooping from the little container into the big wagon or another bigger container, whatever you choose. Then let the kids follow your lead.

Toddler Sensory Play Bin

Step 3: Have fun!

Toss in some construction trucks, monster trucks, little cars, trains or whatever your kid most enjoys to get dirty! Since we already had the wagon, this entire project cost less than $10, and that included a couple of new trucks to play with. If you already have dirt and rocks in your backyard or gravel driveway, even better!

Laundry pile

Step 4: Clean up

I plan to roll this wagon straight into my garage and keep the rocks and dirt inside for lots more toddler sensory fun. Of course, when all the dirty play is done, clothes go straight to the laundry, which is adjacent to the garage!

I recently tried some all® fresh clean Essentials™ Fragrance Free from Amazon (we love saving money on diapers, wipes, pet food, and lots of other household essentials on Amazon). As I mentioned earlier, my family is on a quest to rid our home of harmful chemicals. A brand new laundry detergent, all® fresh clean Essentials™ is sulfate free and gets clothes very clean without harshness. I’ve read that sulfates can cause respiratory issues or allergic reactions, and my husband has allergies to lots of household products. Make sure to use as directed on the packaging. The result? Kids can be kids… and parents don’t have to worry about their clothes fading or getting beat up in the washer. Check it out!


Have your kids enjoyed sensory play when they were toddlers? What other kinds of toddler sensory bins have been popular with your kids?


‘On the Go Bags’ Sew Along + Prizes!

On the Go Bags Sew Along 5

Today I’m excited to share a fun sew along event for my book On the Go Bags, co-written with Janelle MacKay of Emmaline Bags!

You may have already joined the On the Go Bags Facebook group, but in case you haven’t, check it out for all the sew along info. I’ll share some details here below, as well as the prizes you can win just for sewing along. :)

Janelle​ and I hope you will join us for a leisurely sew along! We’ll do about 2 weeks of instruction for each bag, and then you’ll have 4 weeks to finish for a chance to enter your bag for giveaways!

April 15 to May 30: Airport Sling


Airport Sling Prizes 2

Sew along with us to make Janelle’s “Airport Sling” from the book for your chance to win one of these prizes. All prizes will be randomly selected from participants who submit their finished bag photo to the Facebook group by May 30th. Winners chosen on June 1st!

1 winner: 1 package of Pellon Flex-Foam®
3 winners: 1 package of ByAnnie’s Soft and Stable, 36″ x 58″ white
1 winner: Aurifil thread collection curated by Annabel Wrigley, Maribel for Windham Fabrics
1 winner: 1 ebook of the winner’s choice from C&T Publishing
1 winner: 1 Craftsy class of the winner’s choice

May 1 to June 15: Sporty Strap Pack

Sporty Strap Pack Prizes

Sew along with us to make Lindsay’s “Sporty Strap Pack” from the book for your chance to win one of these prizes. All prizes will be randomly selected from participants who submit their finished bag photo to the Facebook group by June 15th. Winners chosen on June 16th!

2 winners: Two coordinating 1-yard cuts from Riley Blake Fabrics
1 winner: Two coordinating 1-yard cuts of Dreamcatcher fabric from Blend Fabrics
1 winner: 1 ebook of the winner’s choice from C&T Publishing
1 winner: 1 Craftsy class of the winner’s choice

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On the Go Bags Sew Along Sponsors

Aurifil * Blend Fabrics * ByAnnie * C&T Publishing * Craftsy * Pellon * Riley Blake Designs


Ready to Join the Sew Along?

  1. Pick up a copy of the book On the Go Bags and…
  2. Round up your materials (listed in the Facebook group if you don’t have the book yet)…
  3. Join the Facebook Group here for more info, which will be posted so you can follow along at your own pace!

Join the Sew Along for ‘On the Go Bags’

On the Go Bags Sew Along

Hello Craft Buds! This is Lindsay Conner and Janelle MacKay, co-authors of the book On the Go Bags. We wanted to personally invite you to a fun event happening this spring, which you can take part in from your very own sewing room.

Janelle and I will each be teaching the key steps of two popular patterns from our book, the “Airport Sling” (perfect for taking with you on summer travels) and the “Sporty Strap Pack” (featured on the book’s cover). We’ll start with cutting out interfacing and preparing the pattern pieces, and then will help you with any key steps along the way, like installing hardware and assembling the bags. If you have questions, you can ask them in our interactive Facebook group!

April 15 to May 1: Airport Sling
May 1 to June 15: Sporty Strap Pack

After we’ve gone through the assembly for each bag, it’s your turn to sew along and add your own spin on the pattern for your chance to win one of several giveaways during the event!

Join our On the Go Bags Facebook group for more info.

There’s no need to sign up for the sew along, as details will be posted for you in the group. You can sew along for the whole event, just make one of the bags, or simply follow along for lots of inspiration and tips! We hope you will join us.

Easy No-Sew Fleece Blanket

No Sew Fleece Blanket Craft Buds

Hello everyone! I’m Janelle from Sew Much Craftiness guest posting at Craft Buds. Today I’m going to show you how you can make a throw blanket, or a baby blanket, in a blink of an eye! It’s so simple, and if you have no sewing machine, you have no problem! This is a no-sew tutorial. Ready? Let’s get started!

No Sew Fleece Throw Craft Buds

No Sew-Fleece Blanket Materials:

  • Scissors
  • Fabric – I chose two different fabrics for this project so each side of the blanket would be different. But you can certainly choose one fabric, you will just need two pieces. Both of my fabrics are 42 inches, and I had 1.5 yards cut of each. I chose flannel fabric so that the blanket would be cozy and warm without being too bulky.

Blanket 1

Before working on your blanket, make sure you have pre-treated your fabric(s). I’m using one fabric that’s what with yellow stripes, and one with a fun shark print. Wash and dry according to the instructions for your fabric (most bolts will have a sticker that gives instructions on how to care for your finished project), and then iron if you choose to do so.

Blanket 2

Lay one of your fabrics face down on a clean surface or floor. Then lay the other fabric face up on top of the other one. That means wrong sides of the fabric together. Match up the corners and edges.

Blanket 3
Sometimes the pieces of fabric you have won’t be the exact same size, so trim up the fabric if you need to. You want both pieces to match.

Blanket 4

Now here’s where the fun begins! Starting at one corner, begin to snip through both pieces of fabric so that you have two independent ribbon-like sections. I made these sections about 2.5 inches long, and 3/4 of an inch wide. Tie these together in a double knot. That is how you will make your blanket. Continue to do this on all 4 sides of the blanket.

Blanket 5

And there you go! That’s all there is to it. Now you have a gorgeous new blanket you can show off to your friends. Enjoy!

About the Author

Janelle Curtis is a lover of arts and crafts and all things that take a bit of creativity. She runs a craft site with her own creations at

All-Natural Homemade Air Freshener Spray

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All-Natural DIY Air Freshener Spray

Lately, I’ve been interested in making my own all-natural cleaners. My husband is allergic to many of the store-bought cleaners, which sparked my curiosity. I’m hoping to share more of what I’ve learned here on the blog soon, but today I’m happy to post a simple recipe for air freshener that’s not only simple to make, but it includes no harmful ingredients!

DIY All-Natural Air Freshener Spray

Natural Air Freshener Ingredients:

  • 3/4 cup water (tap water is fine)
  • 2 tablespoons rubbing alcohol
  • 10 drops lavender essential oil
  • 10 drops vanilla essential oil

Air Freshener

  1. Stir ingredients in a small pitcher or plastic cup you can bend into a spout.
  2. Pour into your spray bottle and repeat the recipe as many times as needed to fill it up. I made the recipe 2 1/2 times to fill up a 16-ounce spray bottle, and then topped off with a bit more water.
  3. You can substitute this with essential oils of your choice, but make sure to choose ones that will not be harmful to your cats (NO tea tree oil!) if you choose to spray near the litter box).

Cat Litter

I have already started using this all-natural air freshener around our cat’s litter box, one of the areas of our home which could always use a bit more freshness. It sprays really nice and smells lovely!

I mean, I love my cats and all… but, we have one cat who is way better at “covering it up” than the other. She’s the sweetest cat, but not the most demure.

cat litter

Looking for a good litter to help control all the smells? We’ve tried them all! I recently shopped for some Cat’s Pride® Fresh & Light Ultimate Care® at Walmart. Just look for the green bottle with the grey lid in the cat supplies aisle.

I love the new trend toward lightweight litters, because with two cats, hauling in multiple heavy containers is not my favorite task. Ultimate Care is now over 50% lighter at 10 lbs (†See packaging for details). It also has 10+ day odor control & powerful absorption (*Based on laboratory testing, when used as directed), so you can bet that this litter plus my new homemade air freshener, our home will smell fresher than ever!

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Quilt-As-You-Go Pot Holder Tutorial

Quilt-As-You-Go Pot Holder - Craft Buds

Quilt-as-you-go pot holder tutorial - Craft Buds

Guess what arrived in my mailbox last week? This bright and happy Kaffe Fassett sewing kit from Craftsy! (affiliate link)

Craftsy Kit

As you can see from the link, I never got around to making the pretty Three-Quarter Patch Tote, but I decided what I did need was some new pot holders in my life. Want to make a pair?

Here’s what you’ll need for 1 pot holder (double this if you want to make a pair):

  • Front fabric: 6 fabric strips 2 1/2″ wide and 14″ long
  • Backing fabric: (1) 10 1/2″ square
  • Binding fabric: bias cut fabric strips to make 1-2/3 yards of 2 1/2″-wide double fold quilt binding
  • Insulated batting: (1) 10 1/2″ square Insul-Fleece
  • Quilt batting scraps: (2) 10 1/2″ squares
  • Rotary cutter and drinking glass to round corners

QAYG Pot Holder

1. Stack your pot holder materials like this: Backing fabric, right side down. On top of that, place a 10 1/2″ batting square, then insulated batting, then another layer of batting. Spray baste these together, or pin in a few places if you prefer.

QAYG Pot Holder tutorial

2. Place one of your fabric strips right side up on the batting, going from corner to corner. Place another strip on top of that, right side down. Hold these in place while you run over to your sewing machine. Stitch a straight line 1/4″ from one long edge of the strips, sewing through the entire stack.

QAYG Pot holder

3. Press that top fabric strip over to the side so both strips are facing right side up. Take another strip and place it right side down on top of the last strip you sewed. Stitch 1/4″ from the edge, and fold this strip open. Repeat this process until you’ve covered the entire front of your pot holder in strips. You’ll be working from both the right and the left of the center strip you started with.

QAYG Pot Holder

4. Your pot holder should look something like this. Now take your ruler and trim it to 10″ square.

QAYG pot holder tutorial

5. Take a drinking glass, Mason jar lid or other round object and use it to round off 3 corners using your rotary cutter.

Quilt as you go pot holder tutorial Craft Buds

6. Refer to my Quilted Pot Holder tutorial over on the Craftsy blog to learn how to finish your QAYG pot holder with the binding and hanging loop. Since there is no pocket panel in this version, you’ll just start at step 6 and ignore the pocket directions.

I hope you enjoyed this quilt-as-you-go pot holder tutorial, and if you are in need of some new, cute fabric, check out Craftsy’s sewing kits! They come with a fabric and pattern…so convenient!

DIY Fabric Easter Basket and Bunnies

DIY Fabric Easter Basket

I recently got to play with a bundle of Born Wild fabric, designed by Ana Davis for Blend Fabrics. It’s so cute and reminded me of Easter and springtime! So I decided to sew an Easter basket for my son.

I looked all around Pinterest for a pattern to sew, and then I remembered the 1-Hour Basket sewing pattern from Hearts & Bees. Kelly had shared a modification to the measurements that she used to make her son an Easter basket, so I went back and found it

Fabric Easter Basket Sewing Pattern with Bunnies

  1. To make a basket like this,  download the free 1-Hour Basket Sewing Pattern here.

  2. Instead of using the cutting measurements included, change the dimensions to 10.5″ x 13.5″ (per Kelly). Instead of cutting two handles, cut one long handle 18.5″ long.
  3. I pieced two different fabrics for my outer basket. Cut two pieces 6″ tall x 13.5″ wide and sew them together along the 13.5″ side. Then, trim to 10.5″ x 13.5″, just like your other pieces and interfacing.

Fabric Easter Basket Sewing Pattern

Sorry buddy… No candy yet!


This is the third or so of these baskets I’ve made, and I love to use Pellon Flex Foam 1-Side Fusible (affiliate link) for the interfacing! It makes the basket really sturdy. I even used it for the handle!

Fabric Easter Bunnies with Blend Fabrics

Since we don’t have any candy around here, I made a few little DIY Easter Bunnies with this tutorial from Anders Ruff. I used leftover selvage pieces for their neckties!

I hope this fabric Easter basket becomes well loved!

Quick & Easy Printable Valentines! Mini Bubble Flags

Are you ready for Valentines Day yet? My son and I are part of an exercise class for kids and moms, and it’s so much fun! We are getting ready to bring some healthy Valentine treats (that’s non-candy Valentines…bananas, oranges, granola bars), and I decided we should try bubbles this time. My son loves bubbles, and I can’t even blame him!

Free Valentine Printable Kids Classroom Bubbles - Craft Buds

I couldn’t find just what I was looking for in terms of a Valentine’s Printable (using only black-and-white ink… very quick and easy), so I made my own. I love this printable because it won’t take a lot of ink.The cutting doesn’t have to be precise, and you can get your kids involved to help you.

You can download the free printable here, which makes 9 bubble flags per sheet!

Valentine printable how to

  1. Once you’ve printed the Word doc, Trim apart each row with scissors, leaving the full text on each side (left and right). This will wrap around the bubbles, so the message appears on each side.
  2. If your child is old enough, have them draw a heart and write their name in the center with colored pencils.
  3. Fold each flag in half an use a pair of scissors to remove a “v” shape from each end to make a flag or pennant shape on the short, cut edges.
  4. Open the flag. Use a glue stick to apply glue on the entire back of the flag. Place the folded edge on the bubbles, then fold in half, joining the pennant edges you just cut. Press both sides of the flag together, smoothing out any wrinkles!
  5. If you want, you can roll the flag around the bottle and tie a piece of Baker’s twine or even a scrap piece of fabric around it (as pictured above, in the first photo) to make it like a secret message.

Free Valentine Printable - Kids Bubbles (Non-Candy Valentine) - Craft Buds

I picked up my bubbles 8 for $1 at Dollar General (I only spent $3 total on Valentines for my son’s class!), but if you can’t find them, here’s a quick substitute on Amazon (affiliate link).

There you have it! This is a quick and easy Valentine, and you can use this free printable for personal use. If you’re looking for a Valentine for your child’s teacher, here’s a great idea from Mary!

Making a Scrapbook the Easy Way with Project Life

Easy Scrapbooking for Beginners

Project Life Baby Scrapbook 1

You guys, I’m excited to share the scrapbook I’ve been working on with my mom! For Christmas this year, I printed off all of my favorite photos of Elliot from age 1-2. I packaged them up with some new goodies from Project Life so my mom and I could work on a scrapbook together. Since we live a few states away, it was a fun project to do while we were together over the holidays.

Project Life Clementine

It’s been a few years, but I first discovered Project Life a few years ago, when I tried out their Clementine Edition (full review posted here). As you can see, this kit comes with color-coordinated cards that you can simply slip inside the special photo dividers to accompany your pictures and help tell a story.

Project Life supplies

In addition to the Core Kits like that one (the Clementine is no longer in print… but you can shop for gobs of new Core Kits at Project Life), I tried out four new things I’m really excited about. If you are a beginner to scrapbooking, I can’t recommend these enough to go with your Project Life album and variety pack of photo pages. (affiliate link)

  1. These zoo themed cards are so sweet and you get a lot of bang for your buck!
  2. 6″ x 6″ boy paper pad for making your own accents or putting together a 6″x”6 mini album
  3. Bright overlays (and fun frames!) for photos and cards will make your photos pop off the page
  4. Mini kits! This Childhood mini kit comes with all of the super-inspiring phrases you’d expect from a Core Kit, but at a fraction of the cost. This is a great way to dip your feet in the water with Project Life.

Project Life Baby Scrapbook 3

The cards I had left from my previous project life kit pair really nicely with this quote from the Childhook mini kit! We cut our own solid scrapbook paper for some of the slots to complement the colors in the photos.

Project Life Baby Scrapbook 4

If you think you are not creative enough to scrapbook, Project Life makes it really easy to just dive right in. If you have your own stickers and scrapbook extras, great! If not, you can get so much mileage out of a simple Core Kit or Mini Kit.

Project Life Baby Scrapbook 5

Since we are getting ready for Valentine’s Day, I had fun looking at this V-day layout with memories from last year at this time. Kids grow up so fast! The “So Cheeky” pictured is an example of a Project Life overlay layered on top of a journaling card.

Project Life Baby Scrapbook 7

Elliot’s first birthday cake! How can I forget? Thanks for Project Life for making it easy for a busy mom to plan a scrapbook project. I’m so thankful I got to share this experience of putting together these memories with my mom!

Have you tried Project Life?

Did you know there’s a whole world of Digital Project Life? You can arrange layouts on your computer and print them later. Awesome

Disclaimer: I received Project Life products free in exchange for my review, but was not otherwise compensated. As always, all opinions are 100% honest and completely my own.

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