Have you got any Project 365/52 photos that have never seen the light of day? Did you start the project and then never complete it?
I certainly did. In 2009 I attempted Project 365, and didn’t take a photo everyday but most days I did. I like to think that instead of a failed Project 365 I have a resource of everday photos for my layouts – a set of stock photos you could say.
Noell from Paperclipping.com also started a project and kept adding metadata to her photos to help with the journalling later.Though she’s not using them in a standard Project 365 way, she’s got some cool ideas here. She is now using the metadata to make some stylish simple summer pages here.
Katie the Scrapbook lady is working on a Backwards Project 365 where she is documenting the story behind a photo each day. What an awesome idea!
As for me, I didn’t end up scrapping Project 365 for 2009 at all. So this year I’m not attempting to do this, but rather I’m working on getting my favourite photos from this project into an album. I’m just highlighting a few of the photos each month using 2 pages spread from a template with a simple journalling box to the side.
Also in 2008 I did a brag book challenge over at Scrapbookgraphics and completed pages for 2007-2008. So I thought I could create an album to take both of these project off my to do list. You can have a sneak peek of my album’s progress here
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I hope I’ve inspired you to take another look at those old projects and maybe something fun can come out of them for you!
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PS This post first appeared on the mgl Scraps CT blog