Monday, September 16, 2013

NEW Heritage Edition Project Life Full Collection

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To our children we give two things. One is roots. The other is wings.

Perfect quote for the basis of a new layout about my daughter, Brandi.  This past May she graduated from Sacramento State University with her BA in deaf studies with highest honors.  SHE earned it.  This young woman paid her dues by working nearly full-time and earning scholarships to help fund her education.  She did it all on her own and has paid her fees in full!  I’m constantly in awe of her accomplishments and how responsible she is at such a young age. She’s my hero.

Brandi has been traveling since she was a young teen, starting with visiting our nation’s capital in junior high with her class.  Later in high school she became a world traveler as a student ambassador starting with Australia, then Malta, Italy, and France.  This past summer she was able to get away again.  This time to New Zealand.  Over the years, we’ve enjoyed her pictures and her travel stories.  We’ve seen her transformation.  No matter how far she travels, she always wants to come home and share her experiences with us and bring her brothers and sister souvenirs and treats she has accumulated for them while traveling.

The above layout displays a picture of her graduating from Sac State this past May and the other two pictures were taken on her recent trip to New Zealand.  The one at the top shows a picture of the wing of the plane she was in while traveling to a destination in New Zealand and the one on the bottom shows just how adventurous she was while in New Zealand—bungee jumping!  

We are all so very proud of her accomplishments and the responsible, yet adventurous, woman she’s become.  We look forward to many future memories!

For the layout, I used filler cards, journal cards, and patterned papers from the NEW Heritage Edition Full Collection now available at Digital Project Life.  The butterflies, heart, arrow with sentiment/tab, scallop life card frame, and instaframe were filled with prints from the digital kit and were print-and-cut with my Silhouette Portrait machine. 

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Click on the above collection image to be taken directly to the product pages at Digital Project Life.

Here’s the description from Digital Project Life:

Remember the family that has given you roots to grow with the new Project Life® Heritage Edition designed by Celeste Knight. This kit is full of beautiful blues, golden browns, yellows, and creams with gorgeous patterns. It will coordinate perfectly with black and white, sepia toned, and color photos. This Project Life® Edition will help you to document and remember the important stories of those who came before you so that generations to come can remember who they were.

Buy the full collection and save 20%! The Heritage Full Collection includes:

  • 3x4 Heritage Filler Cards - includes 41 3x4 filler cards in PNG format
  • 3x4 Heritage Journaling Cards - includes 57 3x4 filler cards in PNG format
  • 4x6 Heritage Bi-Fold Journaling Cards - includes 20 4x6 journaling cards in PNG format
  • 4x6 Heritage Title Cards - includes 20 4x6 title card designs in vertical + horizontal orientations for a total of 40 cards in PNG format.
  • First + Last Page Cards - includes 16 3x4 & 4x6 cards for the first and last pages of your Project Life® album. Also included are card placement suggestion guides.
  • Heritage Paper Pack 1 - includes 12 12x12 papers in JPEG format
  • Heritage Paper Pack 2 - includes 12 12x12 papers in JPEG format
  • 8.5x11 PDFs with all of the cards in the Heritage Kit for easy printing.**

**Printing Tips: Set your printer to a "borderless" setting. If your printer has an "expansion" option, make sure it is set to minimum. If you are sending this to a commercial printer, verify that they have the ability to print borderlessly before placing your order.

2 comments:

Jana Holden said...

You must be very proud of your daughter! The quote card is perfect! Wonderful Cammie!

Camille Robinson said...

We sure are proud--thanks, Jana!