Project Life: Disney Pages Part 2 (Featuring Heidi Swapp Project Life Products)

by jessicaturner on August 18, 2014

Disney Project Life Pages
I have been hard at work on my Project Life pages, and even though it isn’t a Tuesday, thought I would share the rest of my Disney pages. (Some links in this post are affiliate links)

For these Disney Project Life pages, I used a lot of the new Heidi Swapp Project Life collection from Michaels.

If you haven’t seen the buzz about these kits, you are missing out! They are available exclusively at Michaels and you can use coupons on them. (I recommend the Snip Snip app because it has multiple Michaels coupons in it.) Here’s a video about some of my favorite products, including the glitter cards used in this post.

I have loved Heidi Swapp’s designs since I began scrapbooking and it is so fun to have her products in my Project Life album. The glitter seemed PERFECT for my Disney Project Life pages.

Okay, onto the pages. :)

Disney Project Life Pages
On the first spread, I have some Instagrams on the left and then a page focusing on Elias participating in the Jedi Training Academy. (Read all about our experience here). The page is from this this multi-pack of page protectors, which is only $4 right now on Amazon. (This is my favorite pack of page protectors!)

Disney Project Life PagesI love all the gold glitter cards on this spread- perfect, huh?

Disney Project Life PagesOn the next spread I used more glitter cards and a glitter chipboard on the 12×6 photo. I love the bit of journaling on the edge of that photo. (And since someone typically asks, I print my odd sized photos at home!)

Disney Project Life Pages

The right page is a simple Design C page (on sale for less than $5 on Amazon right now). I love using these pages when I have a bunch of 4×6 photos to use.

Disney Project Life Pages

The last spread I kept very simple, focusing on getting more of our favorite pictures in!

Disney project life pages
I think the Making Every Minute Count card is from the Aqua core kit. It seemed perfect on a page about rides.

For the last page I used a Design A page. You’ll notice that in the center I took a 6×4 photo and cut it in half to fit into two 3×4 pockets.

I’m so happy these Disney pages are complete!

To see the rest of my Disney Project Life pages, click here.

Multiple Project Life core kits are DIRT CHEAP on Amazon right now. Some are marked down because they are being retired, while others I have no idea why. Regardless, now is a great time to stock up on product, buy for gifts (Christmas, birthdays), etc. The past few weeks we have been seeing a lot of kits drop in price on Amazon. Prices change quickly, so don’t wait.

Project Life by Becky Higgins Core Kit – Cobalt Edition Sale: $14.43 (RETIRING, reg, price $29.99)

Project Life by Becky Higgins Core Kit – Baby Edition for Her Sale: $14.08 (RETIRING, reg, price $29.99)

Project Life Core Kit – Gender Neutral Baby Edition Sale: $9.99 (RETIRING, reg, price $29.99)

Project Life by Becky Higgins Core Kit – Baby Edition for Him Sale: $21.68 (RETIRING, reg, price $29.99)

Project Life by Becky Higgins Core Kit – Seafoam Edition: Sale price: $12.75 (reg. $29.99)

Project Life by Becky Higgins Core Kit – Olive Edition: Sale price: $11.97 (reg. $29.99)

{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

Elizabeth Esther August 18, 2014 at 11:22 am

Jessica, I love seeing how many pictures you use in your layouts! I have this weird mentality that “nobody wants to see ALL my pictures”–like I have to edit them down to make OTHER people happy. LOL. When, really, scrapbooking makes ME happy and my kids really LOVE seeing ALL the photos. Thank you for reminding me that it’s ok to print a TON of pictures! such freedom! xo. EE.


jessicaturner August 18, 2014 at 2:45 pm

Yes, always scrapbook for yourself and your family. One person’s style isn’t going to necessarily be yours! I do heavily edit (our trip had probably 2k pictures), but don’t limit it too much. :) I generally do 3 albums a year (4 months per album).


Nirupama August 18, 2014 at 10:31 pm

Awesome pages. Just love that kit and need to go snag one.

I just did a Disney project too. I used google stories to organize and print my photos. I think you’d like the format too:


Shannon August 18, 2014 at 10:49 pm

Love your pages! So happy to see that you are getting more time to Project Life again. You always have such great ideas. Have you seen the new Heidi Swapp panoramic page protectors? It’s like having an insert attached right to your page!


jessicaturner August 19, 2014 at 1:21 am

My city sold out of them right away, so I haven’t seen them in person. Hoping more become available. I know I would love them!


Heather August 19, 2014 at 6:25 am

Jessica, what kind of camera did you all use at Disneyland? Thanks so much!


jessicaturner August 20, 2014 at 5:50 am

Just our Canon Rebel with either our 50 mm lens or our wide angle. The parade shots were taken with the wide angle (never would have gotten the characters with my kids otherwise) and the Jedi pics were with the 50.


Heather August 20, 2014 at 11:45 am

Thanks so much! We are taking a trip to Disney (hopefully!) and I wasn’t sure if we should risk taking the big camera with us!


Paige Meyer August 19, 2014 at 4:48 pm

Love your use of the Heidi Swapp stuff….I just bought the gold foil pack of page protectors that she released….it was a huge toss up between those and the new panoramic pack but chose to start with the foil…..might have to go back with another coupon and grab the others before they sell out! Birmingham was well stocked:)


jessicaturner August 20, 2014 at 5:49 am

You are so lucky! Not a page protector to be seen in Nashville.


Andrea August 20, 2014 at 3:34 pm

Jessica –

Apologies if you’ve covered this before…but how do you plan on splitting albums with your kiddos when they are older. I’m at an absolute loss for how to solve this without having to create duplicate albums!!


jessicaturner August 20, 2014 at 8:57 pm

They can duke it out when I’m dead. :) I create photobooks of their birthday parties and special vacations for them. I only create one family scrapbook, which is what was commonly done in the “old days.” I just don’t stress about it.


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