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inspiration from our creative team – january 2016

January Creative Team Inspiration

It’s a new year and we’ve got an entirely new Creative Team to share a monthly dose of inspiration with you! I am so excited to have the opportunity to work with these insanely talented ladies and I look forward to them adding more inspiration every month. We can’t wait for you to get to know each of them and their individual creative styles. We’ve got team members from around the world who will be infusing their personal lifestyles and cultures along with their amazing photography skills to bring you a power-packed sampling of how they are using Project Life® in their memory keeping throughout 2016. Each team member’s name is linked to her personal blog or social media where she is sharing even more goodness, so take time to click around!

We hope you have all been thinking about your memory keeping for the upcoming year and in doing so, have made goals as to what you would like to do with Project Life this year. Whether you’ve already documented the first few weeks of the year or if you’re still getting started, remember it’s never too late. Pick right up and just do it!

Today you’ll be seeing pages from the girls on our team using our physical products. Hopefully you had a chance to get your first dose of digital inspiration from those on our team using our digital products and Project Life App last week. 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.

Grab a snack and dive right in for some fabulous inspiration!

Project Life Creative Team

Layout by Annelie Maddock. Layout features 2 Design A Photo Pocket Pages. All filler cards and journaling cards are from the Midnight and Blush Editions.

Project Life Creative Team

Layout by Alena Honeycutt. Layout features Design B – trimmed down, Coral Edition Core Kit and Aqua Edition Core Kit on the left side. The right side uses Design U, Jade Edition, Home Themed Cards, My Story Themed Cards, and 3×4 White Cards.

Project Life Creative Team Azzari Jarrett

Layout by Azzari Jarrett. Layout features Design L and Design B Photo Pocket Pages. Cards are from the Sweet Edition Core Kit and other elements include the Everyday Edition Chipboard Stickers.

Project Life Creative Team

Layout by Constanze Wirtz. Layout features Project Life Pocket Pages by Stampin’ Up! Design 1 (the same as Design A Photo Pocket Pages). All cards and embellishments from Memories in the Making by Stampin’ Up! and the April Studio Calico Kit.

Project Life Creative Team

Layout by Debra Tuffner. Layout features Photo Pocket Pages Design A (left side) and Photo Pocket Pages Design F (right side). All filler and journaling cards are from the High Five Edition.

Project Life Creative Team

Layout by Diana Sanchez. Layout features 6×8 Design 4 Pocket Pages. Cards are from the Favorite Things Edition and Golden Themed Cards. All layouts are in the 6X8 Gold Album. She also die cut some cards to make her own embellishments!


Layout by Emily Coe. Layout features Design A and Design L Photo Pocket Pages. The Hi, Sunshine Value Kit and the Notes and Things Value Kit were used to complete the layout.

Project Life Creative Team

Layout by Kaitlin O’Connell. Layout features Design D (with Design G trimmed and fused on top using the Fuse Tool) and right page is Design C. This layout was completed using the Kiwi Edition, Favorite Things Edition, and the Plus One Mini Kit. 


Layout by Kory Woodard. Layout uses 6×8 Design 3 and 4 Photo Pocket Pages. All cards come from the Heidi Swapp Favorite Things Core Kit and the Midnight Edition Core Kit.


Layout by Leigh Odynski. Layout features Photo Pocket Page Design A, Everyday Edition Core Kit, Everyday Edition Sticker Pack, and the Just Add Color Multicolor Sticker Pack.


Layout by Megan Rose. Layout features Design A Photo Pocket Pages, Midnight Edition, and Project Life Color Magic Cards by Heidi Swapp.


Layout by Stephanie Ryan. Layout is done using the Design A Photo Pocket Pages and the Kiwi Edition Core Kit.


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


Layout by Tara Leake. Layout features Photo Pocket Pages 6×8 Design 4 and the 5×7 Horizontal Photo Pocket Page (cut down & fused with the Photo Fuse Tool). Cards include the Digital Sunshine 3×4 Filler Cards – Recolored, and the Heidi Swapp Foil Kit–Cards & Embellishments.

Van den akker

Layout by Steffie Van den Akker. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages and the Everyday Edition in addition to 3×4 White Cards.

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16 Responses

  1. Laura R. says:

    Where is the Happy New Year card shown on Leigh Odynski’s layout above? It says that she used the Everyday Edition but I checked the card references and I don’t see it. Help!

    • Katrina says:

      Based on how it’s cropped, I think it’s a photograph or some kind of ephemera rather than a card. I think it looks really nice!

    • Artful Leigh says:

      Hi Laura R. It is a napkin, from Target, that I trimmed down using a 4×6 Project Life card as a guide. Thanks for commenting, and happy documenting!😃💕💕

  2. Marcie says:

    These are all really lovely! I’ve not used the fuse tool yet. Can you give me some basic use instructions???

  3. Megan says:

    Thanks for all the induration Creative Team! So fun to see all your beautiful & creative issues of Project Life!

  4. Helen says:

    What a lovely bunch of inspiration! Thank you very much for that!

    • Steph says:

      The layouts also look really blurry on my iPad. Never had this problem on other posts, and the other photos on the website look OK.

  5. Jeanne W says:

    Great inspiration! One thing I’ve noticed in the past two creative team posts is that the pictures of the layouts in the post aren’t as clear as they used to be. Just wondering if you know why. Thanks.

    • Molly Ashton Molly Ashton says:

      Hmm… They are looking pretty clear on our end. Are you referring to the quality of the actual photos or do they all look unclear?

    • Kathryn Benfiet says:

      I’m having this problem too. The layouts all look a bit blurry and not clear.

    • Jeanne W says:

      That’s how they look to me too- blurry. It’s the picture of the layouts in the blog post.

  6. Birdnscrap says:

    Is there a way to view the layouts larger? It’s hard for my eyes to them this small. If i click on them, it just offers to Pin them!


  7. Kim says:

    So much lovely inspiration! :-D

  8. Nicole says:

    These are so great! I was curious if you have any tips on how to prepare for the bound book that is going to be available later this year? I wasn’t sure what sizes were going to be available or how it would work exactly because I would like to be making my pages in the app so that I don’t get behind, but didn’t know if it would just automatically adjust the pictures to the size of the book and I can just use pages I’ve already created in the app or does it not work that way? Also, how many pages were going to be able to be printed in one book? Thanks so much!