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January 30, 2012


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jen kinkade

might as well jump in on this one, too! ;)
i probably scrap 50/50 with SLR/iPhone pics.
lately i have been doing A LOT of iPhone pics!!
here is one from my Studio Calico gallery:


I think I'll be doing a LOT more instagram photo pages in the future, because that's all I seem to take of everyday life!

Here's a page I did a little while ago. :-)


Kristy G.

I have used Instagram photos every single week so far in documenting our family's journey through Project Life. I'm very new to Ormolu, but I grabbed a few items a couple weeks ago, and I've been using them in my PL album as well!!

Here's a couple pages:



Kaitlin Sheaffer

Love the stitching around the polaroid frame and love the paper as well!
Thanks for sharing!

Kaitlin Sheaffer

Talia, gorgeous layout!

Kaitlin Sheaffer

Ooh- love how your project life is going. I like how you are using the square photos in the smaller spaces too. I take a lot of instagram/ hipstamatic/square photos during the week and have been contemplating ways to make them fit.

Kim Brown

Here is my submission. I just happen to use an ormolu product (which never, ever happens for a contest.) I used my android phone (gasp!) and this is a layout that I did as an insert for my project life. It talks about my son giving our tom cat a massage and then Gus not liking it to much.



I don't have a phone on my camera, but I use DH's phone when we're out and about. The two top photos here are from his phone - I edited them in Photoshop and I think they don't look bad at all side by side with my DSLR photos!
(blogged here http://cristinascrap.blogspot.com/2012/02/project-life-week-4-and-5.html)

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