Quick Project Life Tutorial

Becky Higgins Project Life is my favorite way to capture memories and do my families personal memory keeping.
The app is available for both android and iPhone. I use an iPhone 5 (ancient, I know but it keeps on ticking). There are plenty of card kits through the app, some are even free. For this tutorial I’m using the Ready, Set, Go Value kit.
Open the Project Life app, choose the turquoise quadrant to open a page.

Next, add your pictures by tapping the turquoise and orange rectangles. When you tap the rectangle, you can choose to add a picture or a card from your kit.

All you have left to do is add your journaling.

Use the options at the top of your keyboard to choose fonts, adjust font size, font color and spacing.

After you finish, the app automatically saves your page. You can also export the page to save on your camera roll. On the bottom of the screen, there is a box with an arrow pointing up. This is your export button. It also allows you to add to a folder within the app or share on social media. If you choose export you can save in a 12×12 size or 8×8. Save in the biggest you think you will print, I always save in a 12×12.

And there you have it – a quick and easy completed Project Life page!