Pocket Scrapbooking with Project Life

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creative team inspiration – september edition

Are you ready to be inspired? Our creative team is dishing up another full course of delicious design work this month and I can’t wait for you to see what they’ve been up to.

As usual with our monthly creative team sharing, we’re including just one glimpse of what they are sharing on their own blogs and social media with regards to their Project Life® albums. If someone’s style “speaks” to you, you’ll want to check out the additional pictures and explanations on her blog – just click on the person’s name and it will take you directly to where they are sharing more details, more information, more pages, and more examples of how they’re using Project Life as a memory-keeping system.

We love how each member or our team has her own style in the way that she photographs, journals, and brings everything together to tell a story. Remember, no matter how you choose to record your memories, it’s all good. This post is loaded with inspiration and beautiful pages. We don’t mean to overwhelm you. We simply want you to be inspired + encouraged in your own memory-keeping efforts.

While many of the Creative Team members use various products to embellish, please 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. In fact one of our team members this month shared the following when she emailed letting me know she didn’t have as much time to spend on her submissions this month {referring to her pages}:

I think it’s a good example of how you don’t need anything other than the pocket pages and core kit(s) in order to put together a layout…I think these spreads always turn out to be my favourites! There’s definitely something to be said for simplicity!

If you’re looking for inspiration on using Project Life in the most simple format ever (ex – no extra embellishing) – check out the sample albums on our Inspiration page.

With so many new products having just arrived this past week and many more to come in the near future, we’re more certain than ever that Project Life is the perfect solution for documenting your memories + stories.

Now sit back and enjoy this month’s offering of creative team awesomeness.






Page by Amanda Caves. Photo Pocket Page is Design D.



Pages by Amy Tan featuring the Kraft Edition.



Pages by Ashley Bennett. Left page is Design E and right page is Design F.



Pages by Catherine Davis, featuring the Seasons Mini Kit. Both pages are using Design F.



Digital pages by Donna Gibson, featuring the Dear Lizzy Polka Dot Party Mini Kit.



Digital pages by Dunia Acauan, featuring the Jade Edition.



Pages by Elise Blaha Cripe, featuring the Seafoam Edition.



Digital pages by Haley Ney featuring the Seafoam Edition. Left page is Design Q.



Digital pages by Heather Johnson, featuring the Blush Edition.



Digital pages by Jennifer Hignite, featuring the Rad Dad Edition – exclusive to digitalprojectlife.com. Left page is Design F



Pages by Joy Pribish featuring the Olive Edition. Left page is Design D and right page is Design B.



Pages by Kristina Proffitt featuring the Baby Edition.



Pages by Leena Loh, featuring the Midnight Edition.



Pages by Lorimay Barba featuring the Kraft Edition.



Page by Maggie Holmes featuring the Maggie Holmes Flea Market Mini Kit.



Pages by Nisa Fiin, featuring the Cobalt Edition. Right side shows an insert using Design J.


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Pages by Petra Corcoran, featuring the Jade Edition.



Mini Album by Rebecca Cooper, featuring the Childhood Mini Kit – Mayfield Edition. See more about her project on her blog.



Page by Rhonda Mason



Pages by Shelly Jacquet featuring the Jade Edition. Insert shown using 6×12 Page Protector.



Pages by Shirley Polk featuring the Midnight Edition. Insert shown using 6×12 Page Protector.


*Week 12

Pages by Stephanie Baxter, featuring the Midnight Edition and Seafoam Edition.



Digital Pages by Teresa Victor, featuring the Maggie Holmes Flea Market Mini Kit. Left page is using Design Q and right page is Design Y.



Pages by Tracy Larsen.


7 Responses

  1. Audra says:

    Will the Seafoam edition be offered in stores and or restocked in Amazon? Have had the hardest time finding it. Thank you.

    • Krista says:

      i had the same wonderment about the baby editions (him & her). the full kits, not the mini. i have a friend that’s expecting her first, but wanted to wait to find out the gender before purchasing, and now they’re gone.

  2. vlcornett says:

    Love the Layouts! How are you printing the smaller photos through local photo printers? They look to be 4″x2″?

  3. Sue Alger says:

    This is what I love about PL–you can do whatever you want and in what ever style you want. I’m just starting to prepare a baby edition of PL for a baby shower and I’m sure the new mom will be thrilled at this quick and easy way to document the new baby.

  4. ??? says:

    Sins of the Flesh had the potential to go a bit farther, but made a few bad mistakes. The story centers rural medieval time period where two painters for the church, both wanting to become more involved in the priesthood, are competing against each other .

  5. sexy fuck says:

    Sins of the Flesh had the potential to go a bit farther, but made a few bad mistakes. The story centers rural medieval time period where two painters for the church, both wanting to become more involved in the priesthood, are competing against each other .