Project Life App Basics

I’m sure you know by now that I love to digital scrapbook and that I use Project Life App a lot. Today, I want to show you the basics of the app Project Life and my process I do when scrapping within this app. 

Project Life App is an app you can use on your phone and/or tablet to scrapbook digitally. Mac users can also use this app on their MacBook  or iMac computer. It’s very easy to use and set up to scrapbook and memory keep. I love that I’m able to get many pages created and saved to my DropBox. When I’m done with an album, I can use Shutterfly or MixBook to print out my photo albums. There’s other sites that can print off your pages and books, but those are the two that I like to use. 

It’s always important to back up all of your pages once you are done with them. I like to use DropBox, since it is a cloud storage and I’ve been using them since DropBox came out. Dropbox is free to use and you can upgrade it to more storage when you run out. When using any cloud storage, you want to make sure that you can access your storage on your computer, phone, etc. That way it will make it easier to sync everything.

And always remember to save the biggest size of your layouts/pages. You can always downsize to a smaller size and keep the quality. You CAN NOT upsize a small size layout/page to a bigger size or you WILL lose the quality of the image.

Below is the video I created for you all to show you the app Project Life. If you have any questions, please post them below and I will get back to you soon. I can’t wait to bring you more how to posts about Project Life.