Pocket Scrapbooking with Project Life

Cultivate a good life and record it.



creative team inspiration: february 2013 edition

As usual with the monthly offering of inspiration, I will share just one glimpse from each of their respective Project Life albums. And then – whenever and wherever you want to see more – just click on the person’s name and it will take you to their blog where they each share more details, more information, more pages, more examples of how they’re using Project Life as a memory-keeping system. If someone’s style “speaks” to you, you’ll want to check out the additional pictures and explanations on her blog.

We completely adore how each person’s style is so unique – in photography, with their journaling, and how they bring it all together in their albums. As you see how others are doing Project Life, our hope is that you will feel an increased desire to document life, and that you’ll be more in tune with what your own personal style is. No matter how you slice it, it’s all good. It’s your story. This post is loaded with eye candy. We don’t mean to overwhelm you. We simply want you to be inspired in your own memory-keeping efforts.

Please remember that while many of the Creative Team members use various products to embellish, keep in mind that you really can create an entire scrapbook with the 3 core Project Life components and nothing else. Album + Project Life Core Kit + Big Pack of Photo Pocket Pages. That’s it. I love and celebrate all sorts of memory-keeping styles, but I personally strive to promote simplicity, especially to those of you who are like me and need to keep it simple or it won’t get done.

And now … enjoy the inspiration.



Pages by Amanda Caves, featuring the Baby Edition for Him. Right page is Design D.



Pages by Amy Tan



Pages by Ashley Bennett, featuring the Seafoam Edition. Right page is Design E.



Pages by Catherine Davis, featuring the Seafoam Edition.



Digital pages by Donna Gibson, featuring the Childhood Mini Kit: Bridgeport Edition.



Digital pages by Dunia Acauan, featuring the Clementine Edition.



Pages by Elise Blaha Cripe, featuring the Seafoam Edition and Baby Edition. Smaller right side is Design B (cut down) and she added stitching across the middle of the top section to create additional pockets.



Digital pages by Haley Ney, featuring the Seafoam Edition.



Digital pages by Heather Johnson



Digital pages by Jennifer Hignite, featuring Childhood Mini Kit: Bridgeport Edition.



Pages by Joy Pribish. Left page is Design H (coming May 2013) and right page is Design D.



Page by Kristina Proffitt, featuring the Baby Edition for Her.



Pages by Leena Loh, featuring the Seafoam Edition.



Pages by Lorimay Barba, featuring the Seafoam Edition (and a few of our team members and booth from CHA)



Page by Maggie Holmes, featuring the Baby Edition for Her.



Pages by Nisa Fiin, featuring the Cobalt Edition. 5×7 Horizontal Page Protectors used for insert (shown on left side) and Cobalt Month Dividers shown.


*PetraCorcoranFeb_2013 cover page

Page by Petra Corcoran, featuring the Seafoam Edition.



Page by Rebecca Cooper, featuring the Olive Edition.



Pages by Rhonda Mason



Pages by Shelly Jacquet, featuring the Clementine Edition.



Pages by Shirley Polk



Pages by Stephanie Baxter, featuring the Seafoam Edition. Left side is Design D and right side is Design F.



Digital Pages by Teresa Victor, featuring the Seafoam Edition.



Pages by Tracy Larsen


13 Responses

  1. Beth P says:

    Love looking through all these amazing talented people. They all have such different styles and just shows have adaptable Project Life can be to suit your own style. Well done to all on your team. Truly inspiring work !! Thanks Becky for providing such an awesome and unique way of getting our photos and memories recorded :)

  2. Thanks for sharing! Love looking through all these! I LOVE PL!

  3. Marie says:

    Love looking at all this inspiration! Thanks a lot to the creative team for sharing their layouts each month (even each week for some!). “Keep in mind that you really can create an entire scrapbook with the 3 core Project Life components and nothing else”: totally OK with that! Last year, I lost myself using many embellishments, and finally, I didn’t really like most of my layouts (even if I’m really really happy to have my 2012 PL wrapped up!). It was new, I discovered many people doing their project life in a beautiful and “scrapbooking” way, but at the end, I must admit that I should not have tried to “copy” them, it wasn’t my style. This year, I’m using my photos (of course!), a core kit (Seafoam) and my pens (a black and a red), and THAT’S IT (well a binder and page protectors of course!). From time to time, I may had a stamp or two, but that’s it. And you know what, I feel so glad to have taken this “back-to-basics” decision this year. I’m really fast at doing my layouts each week, and I loooooooooove the result (OK, the Seafoam kit helps a lot!! :-) ). I always take lots of pleasure to look at others’ layouts on Internet, but I also love MY Project Life, and that’s so good! :-)

  4. Love the inspiration! Can’t wait to go through and check out more from these talented ladies.

  5. Betsy says:

    I LOVE that some of these show going back in time to complete past years – like the Rebecca Cooper page that says “2010” on it.

  6. Jocelyn says:

    so LOVE all the inspiration! Really gets my creative juices flowing!

  7. Thanks for the inspiration. Was just needing some as I start my next page (still in January – eeks).

  8. Tiffany H. says:

    What talent on the creative team! Thanks for sharing.

  9. Annette says:

    Becky I just love the creative team you have put together. So much inspiration! Way to go team!!

  10. Vanessa B. says:

    Thank you for adding the info on which edition(s) andre being used. :)

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