Pretty printables for Project Life – and smaller, for…. you tell me!


I’ve added these for the UKS Project Life challenge today, but as usual I will also add them here.


The two-page PDF has the lined version for journaling, if you prefer to have a guide for your writing, and a sheet of the same cards, no lines.  They can be used as a base for your own creations or as a filler card, and a few could easily fit a small photo.

As I have been doing a lot recently, I will also add the half-sized version.  All 10 cards on a single sheet.  This size would be fine on a 12 x 12 layout, used as a card topper, as Smash book addition, or in a planner.  The edges of the motifs on many of them are quite simple and easy to cut.  There are some interesting possibilities there.

Have fun with them.


3 thoughts on “Pretty printables for Project Life – and smaller, for…. you tell me!

  1. Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Thank you for sharing. These are over the top wonderful – beautiful.

    So many uses, I cannot wait until I have a chance to make some goodies.

    Grand for a card for a male. Cut vinyl for the place on the wall next to my studio door. I would use the one you have in teal for that. I will be curious to see how the bits work out of the vinyl.

    Your art is beautiful!

    Happy thoughts,

  3. Ooh, not doing project life but I do like these. Not sure what I would use them for, maybe print 2 side by side and then print double sided. Print off a few and bind them as small notebooks for Christmas presents? That’s my first idea off the top of my head…..will give it a little more thought as they are lovely.

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