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PROJECT LIFE PRINTABLES

FYI: THE TEMPLATES IN THIS POST ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.  YOU WILL FIND UPDATED TEMPLATES IN THE HELLO FOREVER SHOP.

Getting started with Project Life stuff this weekend and trying to get back in the habit of using my printable planners.

Usually I’m a Design A kinda gal… so here’s my usual printable.

But just in case I wanted to dip into the other styles, I made these.  There’s too many possible combinations to make 2-page spreads for all of them, so they’re individual.  I’m thinking that I’ll just print off whatever I want for each side .

Okay… now I’d better get back to work.

Have a great weekend.

Project life is a system created by Becky Higgins to help you simplify how you document life and preserve memories.  It’s a reminder to celebrate the little things.  You can find out more about Project Life here.  You can find more of my Project Life posts here.


  • Trisha - Thanks so much. These are wonderful templates for planning. Can’t wait to get started.ReplyCancel

  • Danielle - Thank you SO much! Getting a late start, but these will be a great help!ReplyCancel

  • mireille - thank you Marcy for such generousity.

    I just connected to your blog via My Life in Lowercase
    http://celestefs.blogspot.ca/2012/05/dhd-insd-blog-hop-kiss-ing-project-life.html

    You’ve encouraged me to try elements of Project Life through digital element

    thank you

    MireilleReplyCancel

  • Katie Jones - I’m just starting Project Life and was thrilled to find these! Just what I was looking for! Thanks so much!!!ReplyCancel

  • Stacey M. - Thank you for these freebies! I’ve been sketching by hand, and this will be so much easier to use. I hope you’ll update with Becky’s new pages too. :) ReplyCancel

  • Nina F - Late to the party, but a great big THANK YOU! for sharing :) ReplyCancel

  • Katrina - Thank you. These are very nice.ReplyCancel

  • Shay - These are awesome! Thank you so very much for sharing these really helpful tools.ReplyCancel

  • alli - Hi…clearly I am the only one that doesnt know how to print these wonderful planners. Am I missing something?? :-) ReplyCancel

  • Helen - Thank you for sharing your templates! I love that they are to scale too :) I’m coming from a long time of digital scrapbooking so with these templates, I can also put my pictures into the squares to plan where they will go while I wait to print my pictures. I can also crop them according to how they will fit the squares before I print them. Thanks!!ReplyCancel

  • Helen - Thank you so much for these !! They are awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Alli - Thank you !!!!ReplyCancel

  • Erika @ Scrapbook Obsession Blog - Thank you so much! Just what I was looking for. I’m a Project Life Newb who thought, bah, I don’t need no stinkin’ worksheet. Well, it took me 4 weeks to figure out I was wrong :P Not only helpful but I love your clean style. Thanks again!ReplyCancel

  • Få styr på Project Life - uniquebook - [...] at planlægge nogle sidelayouts, så jeg kan bestille billeder i de størrelser jeg har brug for. Du kan bruge disse GRATIS planlægningssider fra Marcy Penner, som virkelig hjælper! Jeg starter med at beslutte hvor mine billeder skal være og bekymrer mig [...]ReplyCancel

  • Project Life : Tips on Getting Organized » Heather Johnson Photography - [...] up, you will seriously have a lot of fun putting it all together. Oh…and don’t forget these planning pages. My husband always says that any project is easy if you have the right tools. He is so [...]ReplyCancel

  • Heather - Okay, what am I doing wrong here? I downloaded these (although I had to download some other program first?) and now I’m trying to figure out how to print them. How big are they when printed properly? TIA.ReplyCancel

    • Marcy - Heather – I’m not sure why you’re encountering problems. They fit on an 8.5×11 paper.ReplyCancel

  • J3SS1C4 - Thanks for sharing this printable template for PL… I downloaded it a long time ago but PL didn’t really end up happening at the time. Now I use this each week and love it! Thanks again for sharing with us!ReplyCancel

  • My Top Five Project Life Tips | One Story Down - [...] I create each weekly spread has been INSANELY helpful! I use a template (Marcy Penner has a bunch here) that I found online, print them out & then keep them on my desk for jotting notes as I go [...]ReplyCancel

  • Susanne Nash - I so hope you will be able to find the time to do this for some of the newer page protectors that are coming out. I have a stack of each of these printed, and I just pull one out and do my planning and notes for the week right on the page. I just love having them available.ReplyCancel

  • Project Life – September 1 to 7 | Stephanie Click - […] use the planning sheets from HelloForever to plan my weeks. This week I’m using Design A for the week, and Design D for the special […]ReplyCancel

  • jeannie - Thank you for taking the time to do this, but for some reason I am getting a mediafire error. Are they no longer available?ReplyCancel

    • Marcy - checking out what’s up with mediafire is on my to do listReplyCancel

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