I’m continuing to share my 2014 Digital Project Life Photobook today – I recently got the hard copy in the mail and it looks AMAZING. I’m so happy with the quality and I’ll be sharing a sneak peek at the end of the post along with my referral code for a FREE 8×8 photobook for new Shutterfly customers.
- February was a relatively quiet month. Life went on as normal: I interned at Potomac Arts Academy, volunteer at the American History Museum, celebrated Valentine’s day.
- Roswell joined me at Pure Barre for Bring on the Men!
- We were hit with a huge snow storm in the middle of the month and I liked being able to include a before and after of digging out our cars
- More photos from my internships
- We had the first of many wedding crafting nights and had some fun with ribbon wands
- My friend Katie asked me to be her Maid of Honor for her September wedding!
- We checked out a house venue and saw our friends Pontiak play
I am so happy with how the whole book turned out! I’ll share bits and pieces of it as I share my pages and a full review once this series is complete!
If you want to order your own photobook, I have a deal for new Shutterfly customers. If you use my referral code, you’ll receive a free 8×8 photobook (and I’ll receive a small credit to Shutterfly for more photobooks and prints!).
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I purchased all of my Project Life templates and graphics as well as my Shutterfly photobook myself. I’m sharing my Project Life spreads and Shutterfly photobook opinions because I think they will help others. This post does contain referral links for new sign-ups that gives me a small credit towards to purchase of my next photobook or prints. I want my readers to know that even if it were a sponsored post, it would sound exactly the same because I will always be honest with you and myself when writing my posts and tell you exactly what I think.