project life :: free printable 3


This week (month?!) has been wild.  I didn’t get to putting together my spread yet.  Maybe I’ll do it this weekend!  Is this how you start the slow slide to having 17.25 years worth of life to scrapbook when your kid graduates high school?  How do you EVER stay up with the never-ending project of memory keeping?  Any grand tips from you scrapbooky/life art/memory keeping experts?

On my mind today is joy and peace…beauty and laughter.  So, the printables are cheerful and encouraging.  Click here to get yours for free!  If you love it or want to remember to download it for a later week, be sure to pin it to Pinterest!

Have you noticed the Instagram feed (my name on there is “thetinytwig”, find me!) at the bottom of the Tiny Twig main page?  The 5 most recent captured moments are shown there–so you can get a taste of what my days are like even when I can’t get to my Project Life pages.  I’m officially in love with Instagram.  Do you Instagram?  Do you find that it helps with your memory keeping?  Do you love looking back at the random moments in life as much as I do?

If you need to catch up on Tiny Twig’s Project Life:  Week 1 Freebie here.  Week 2 Freebie here.


  • Reply February 3, 2012


    I am pretty terrible about memory keeping, which is a constant source of guilt! Instagram has helped so much with capturing the day to day fun bs changes with my boys. I just found out about the app PostalPix – you can get your iPhone pictures printed & delivered to your house in 2-3 days. I ordered a bunch of my instagram pics in 4×4 size! All in all, I ordered 22 pictures and with shipping paid $11. I thought that was pretty good for ordering on iPhone and having it delivered to my mailbox 3 days later!!

  • I know EXACTLY what you mean. I’m pretty far behind too. BUT, I just posted about the very subject of keeping up LAST WEEK!
    Maybe it will give you some ideas?

  • Reply February 5, 2012


    Five small things to keeping up to date with recording your lives:
    1. Commit to doing it and MAKE time. Get up an hour early at the weekend – you can always join back in when everyone hops into your bed for snuggles.
    2. Keep it simple – every LO does not have to be a masterpiece!
    3. Leave PL out and use those lost 15 minutes while you are waiting…
    4. Or carry a small notebook to record the stories as they happen and you are sitting, waiting… then your journalling is well on its way
    5. Turn off the TV. (or the computer if that is your vice)

    Hope that helps – truly, you can do this, one week at a time. It is so worth it.

  • Reply February 7, 2012

    Kim Alford

    LOVE instagram! (and I found you!:) … guess what else is cool? You can print a book straight from your instagram feed at! It’s a little pricey ($25) for a soft cover, but I went for it and can’t wait to see how it turns out. I’m considering doing one for each semester while my husband’s in grad school… <3

  • […] This week’s free printables can be used in Project Life or as Valentine’s for your friends.  Go ahead and click here to download.  If you are interested in downloading the previous week’s free printables (posted each Friday) you can visit Week 1, Week 2, and Week 3. […]

  • Reply February 15, 2012


    Catching up on all the Tiny Twig posts tonight, thanks for recommending the book 7, looking forward to checking that out real soon. I’m pretty sure I found you on Insta, but if I didnt. I’ll go look you up in the morning. You mentioned hwo Instagram was helping you with your memory keeping, yes!!! Me too. I have a linky on Sundays called Life in An Instant where you can stop by and share your favorite moments turned memories from the week. I was hoping to make it a place where we really all get to know one another. Love to have you over some time :) You can check out this weeks, even though it is a little sad

  • Reply February 17, 2012


    I’m so behind in my pl … but I’m still keeping up with taking photos & keeping notes.. just have to sit down with a working computer and get it done ! Thanks for the lovely cards.

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