How to Use Your Ali Edwards Journal Cards in the Project Life App

Hi friends! I wanted to just give you a quick tutorial today on how to save your journal cards on your phone, so you can access them and use them in the Project Life App. I really wanted to be able to use my Ali Edwards Story kits with this app, so my tutorial shows specifically how to use those. But this works for any journal cards you have that are in jpeg format! So take a look at the video here:

Alright, I hope that was helpful to you! I am so excited to use this app and now to be able to use my AE cards in the app too! I have to credit Cathy Zielske for this, because she posted about the Light Glow app, which uses Dropbox to access your png’s, and that led me to using the AE journal cards as well. Her post that specifically shows how to use that app can be found here: Cathy Zielske.

I’ll be back in a few days so you can see some of the layouts I am creating with the Story Kits using the Project Life App. See you soon!


**Project Life is the creative brainchild of Becky Higgins and is a method of daily memory keeping by the week. Project 52 is a collection of journal cards that are found on the Project Life App for 2016, to help in documenting this year on your phone. If you’d like to learn more about this project, please visit her blog here: Becky Higgins.

**Ali Edwards Story Kits are a monthly subscription program that I personally subscribe to each month to help me with my memory keeping. These kits offer monthly themes that start with one word, and include digital files, stamp sets and physical product, and prompts that help get stories told. I am not affiliated with Ali Edwards, but I highly recommend her products and hope you will visit her website here to find more amazing products and inspiration: Ali Edwards.