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Mar

13th

inspiration from our physical creative team – march 2016

We are almost halfway through the month of March and for most of us here in Arizona, spring break is in full force! For many of us this means a lot of memory making and even more photos being taken of those memories. It’s been pretty warm here, but in other parts of the country/world, you are just beginning to thaw from months of winter. No matter the weather or the season, we hope you are finding inspiration all around you. Our Creative Team members are in all different “seasons of life” and yet each of them is documenting her story in whatever way suits her the best – the very thought of that is inspiring.

Today you’ll be seeing pages from the girls on our team using our physical products. Our other Creative Teams have been hard at work creating inspiration from our digital products and Project Life App, in addition to our Project Life for Stampin’ Up! products. And, of course, you can follow our social media channels to see even more inspiration from our team members and others using Project Life. No matter which products you choose to use, Project Life is here to help you simplify the process of getting your stories into albums. Remember that the 3 core Project Life components and nothing else are really all you need to get started. Album + Project Life Core Kit + Big Pack of Photo Pocket PagesThat’s it. All products used in the pages below include direct links under the images for your convenience so you can see more.

Dive right in and enjoy a few doses of inspiration as you continue on your own Project Life journey!


 

Creative Team March 2016

Layout by Annelie Maddock. Layout features the Design G Photo Pocket Page. All filler cards and journaling cards are from the Wander and the Currently Core Kits.


Creative Team March 2016

Layout by Alena Honeycutt. Layout features a 12×12 print from the app on the left and the Design A Photo Pocket Page on the right. This is a fantastic representation of a hybrid layout using the app and physical products. The app page features the Amy Tangerine Plus One Mini Kit. The right side of the layout includes the Forever Young Edition Core Kit and the Heidi Swapp Favorite Things Edition Core Kit.


Creative Team March 2016

Layout by Azzari Jarrett. Layout features Design A Photo Pocket Pages. She modified the pages using the fuse tool to create 9×12 pages. Cards are from the Everyday Edition. In addition, she cut a heart shape from vellum paper and stamped the date with her Project Life Date Stamp.


Creative Team March 2016

Layout by Constanze Wirtz. Layout features Design A Photo Pocket Pages and all cards are from the Heidi Swapp Oh What Winter Kit.


Creative Team March 2016

Layout by Debra Tuffner. Layout features Photo Pocket Pages Design A. All filler and journaling cards were printed from the Everyday, High Five, and the Stampin’ Up! Moments Like These digital files. She also used Everyday Edition Chipboard Stickers.


Creative Team March 2016

Layout by Diana Sanchez. Layout features the Design H Photo Pocket Pages. All cards are from the Wander Edition Core Kit.


Creative Team March 2016

Layout by Emily Coe. Layout features Design A Photo Pocket Pages. Emily used the Favorite Things by Heidi Swapp and Explore Editions to complement her photos for this layout.


Creative Team March 2016

Layout by Kaitlin O’Connell. The layout features the Sunshine Edition and Moments Like These Collection by Stampin’ Up! (title card only). Left page is Design C (with fusing/gluing), insert is Design H (trimmed top off), and the right page is Design W (with fusing using the fuse tool).


KWoodardMarch2

Layout by Kory Woodard. Layout uses 6×8 Design 4 Photo Pocket Pages. All cards come from the Midnight Edition and the Strawberry Edition.


LOdynskiMarch2

Layout by Leigh Odynski. Layout features Photo Pocket Page Design ACurrently Edition, Currently Paperclips, and Currently Flair.


MRoseMar3

Layout by Megan Rose. Layout features Design A Photo Pocket PagesProject Life Date Stamp, and the Confetti Edition. The title card was cut to add to a photo with week dates and the days of the week were added with a 1 inch circle punch cut in half from the leftover cut up title card!


SRyanMar2

Layout by Stephanie Ryan. Layout is done using the Design A Photo Pocket Pages and Design B and the Dear Lizzy Neapolitan Core Kit.


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Layout by Trang Nguyen. Layout features the Design F Photo Pocket Pages and the Fine & Dandy Core Kit.


TLeakeMar2

Layout by Tara Leake. Layout features Photo Pocket Pages Design A and Design K and the digital September Skies Filler Cards – she recolored the cards slightly to coordinate with her photos! Tara also added some Studio Calico wood veneers and stamps!

week5Layout by Steffie Van den Akker. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages and the Project 52 2016 weekly title page card, Picturesque, Currently, Man’s World Themed Cards, and Plain White cards.

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COMMENTS

4 Responses

  1. SKasten says:

    Thank you for the great ideas. I was deciding if I should try some of the Design pages besides Design A and I now have some great inspiration.

  2. Birdnscrap says:

    I wish these could be viewed larger. The images are just too small. Any chance to make them so they could be views larger on an iPad?
    Thanks!

    • Bcskaggs says:

      I learned this little trick recently. I am working with ios9 and am using safari. When you look at the address bar there should be 3.5 horizontal bars. If you tap them you will notice the page will look a little larger you will then be able to tap on images and enlarge as you are used to with an iPad or iPhone.

  3. Luna says:

    In 2015 there was a day that you could get the project life app for free. Wil you also do that this year for android? I hope so because my mom says: you not gonna pay for an app 🙄🙄
    💖💖

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