Here’s a quick explanation of how Project 12 works:
Create a layout for each month that highlights that month’s activities or experiences, then post it in our Project 12 Gallery.
When you upload your pages, be sure to choose the Project 12 Gallery and then select the month in which the events on your pages took place and post them there. Here’s a direct link to the gallery where you can post your May 2013 pages, to help you get the idea.
Go check out the Project 12 Gallery today! And, when you put up your layout, don’t forget to head on over to the Project 12 in 2013 Forum and post a link to your page so everyone can check it out!
Each month we like to feature some inspiring layouts.
From our April Gallery:
From our May Gallery:
Well, it seems that everyone has been very busy this spring! Our April Gallery is full of beautiful pages, and our May Gallery is filling up fast.
I couldn’t help but be struck by the amazing photography I see in all the layouts. From geese, to dandelions, to robin’s eggs, and families taking part in charity walks . . . it’s all outstanding.
If you get a moment, be sure to check out these featured pages. Our galleries are filled with wonderful layouts and you will be sure to be inspired!
Thank you to all of you who are participating in Project 12!
If you’re new to the digital scrapbooking scene, Project 12 could be a great way to get motivated to start learning and practicing your skills. And, especially if you are new to digital scrapbooking, be sure to check out our Learn Digital Scrapbooking class to get a solid foundation in the basics!
Please be sure to post your layouts for May in the May Gallery: Project 12. We’d love to see them!
Kathleen, I don’t consider that a goof! Your photos are outstanding, and when have you ever seen one dandelion? 🙂
I love looking at everyone’s monthly pages and seeing all the interesting things they have been doing for the month. I see I made a goof on my page with the dandelion. I used the same photo twice. Hopefully I will do better with my May pages. I also hope to get them finished in the next couple of days.
Kathleen, Don’t be so hard on yourself, I for one, think your pages are fabulous and enjoy seeing your photography.