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Dec

30th

inspiration from our creative team – december 2015

We’re days away from the start of a fresh year and the end of another, which also means the “changing of the guard” with our Creative Team – not only with our team members, but with the management of our 2016 team, as well. Our Creative Team this year has been remarkable in the way they have shared their stories and creative inspiration with us. Collectively they have such a wide variety of styles that appeals to all kinds of documenters. I imagine that many of you have seen a project or page that has been shared and thought “I never thought to do that!” Those “light bulb” moments are one of the reasons we have a creative team – to inspire you in the way you photograph and document your memories.

I’ve been the “mama” to the Creative Team since the very beginning of my time working with Becky 4 years ago, so it’s hard to imagine not being in that role next year as my job continues to evolve. While I’ll be handing over the reigns of managing the creative team to Molly moving forward (and Laurie will continue to manage the digital and app team), I’m excited to see what the new team will bring to the table and am anxiously awaiting my chance to “meet” them soon! I’ve developed some life-long friendships with the ladies I have worked with as I’ve seen them welcome new babies, say goodbye to loved ones, move across the country, buy new homes, and document it all. I’m not a terribly sentimental person, but I have held on tight to “my girls” for years now and really do consider them family. I’ve been blessed to know them and to work with them. I’ve been delighted to meet several of them in person. I continue to get cards and emails from many of them years after their time on the team ended. I am immensely grateful to have my life filled by so many amazing women who are examples of exactly what it means to “cultivate a good life and record it.” To any and all of my Creative Team alumni, thank you for all of your work, but mostly I thank you for your friendship, love, and support through the years. *hugs*

The pages + projects you’ll see in this post are from the girls on our team using our physical products. You can also find digital inspiration for December from those on our team using our digital products and the Project Life® App to document. No matter which products you choose, the idea behind Project Life is the same – 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.

And with that, enjoy your last dose of inspiration from our 2015 Creative Team!


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Awbree Caton, featuring the Fine & Dandy Core Kit, Everyday Edition Core Kit, and Project Life Date Stamp. Both pages are Design A.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Brianna Marshall, featuring the Everyday Edition. Both pages are Design A.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Brooke Petermann, featuring the Fine & Dandy Core Kit, Sunshine Edition Core Kit (retired), Desktop Edition Core Kit (retired), Jade Edition Core Kit (retired), Inspire Edition Core Kit, and My Story Themed Cards. Left page is Design B and right page is Design F – both trimmed down using the Photo Fuse Tool.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Donna Meuli, featuring the Everyday Edition Core Kit and digital stamp from the Everyday Adventure Collection by Stampin’ Up! Left page is Design Y (part of Small Variety Pack 6) and left page is Design F trimmed down.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Els Brigé, featuring the Inspire Edition Core Kit. Left page is Design A and right page is Design Z (part of Small Variety Pack 6).


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Page created by Gabby Robinson, featuring the Midnight Edition Core Kit. Both pages are Design F.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Jen Lake, featuring the Everyday Edition Core Kit, Everyday Edition 4×4 Cards, and Forever Young Edition 4×4 Cards. Left page is Design A and right page is Design P.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Julia Reichert, featuring the Everyday Edition Core Kit, Tan Alpha Stickers, and Project Life Date Stamp. Both pages are Design A with additional pockets created on the right page using the Photo Fuse Tool.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Lynley Johnson, featuring the Deck the Halls Value Kit and Oh What Fun Christmas Value Kit (retired). Both pages are Design A and the insert page is 6×8 Design 3.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Mindi Niebuhr, featuring the Oh What Fun Christmas Value Kit (retired), Seasonal Snapshot 2015 (by Stampin’ Up!), and Project Life Date Stamp. Both pages are Design A.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Rhonda Steed, featuring the Everyday Edition Core Kit. Left page is Design D and right page is Design E.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Rianne Alonte, featuring the Trinkets Value Kit. Both pages are Design A.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Toni Harris, featuring the Seasons Mini Kit. Both pages are Design U (part of Small Variety Pack 5). These layouts provide an “index” to her album and highlight many key events that took place during the year.


Creative Team Inspiration - December 2015; BeckyHiggins.com

Pages created by Tully Reynolds, featuring the Sunshine Edition Core Kit (retired). Both pages are Design A.

COMMENTS

3 Responses

  1. Catherine says:

    I never thought of using the fuse tool to cut a page protector down to a smaller size, i love this idea and will definitely use this with my 2016 pages!

  2. Susan says:

    To be honest, the pictures of the pages are so small and they don’t enlarge when dragged larger or clicked, so it’s worthless to look at them for ideas. Please make them “enlargeable” so they can really be seen!

  3. tyg in swan says:

    That ENLARGING PROBLEM … top right corner there is a spot that has this look … click that spot and hit the + button a lot until you can see it in whatever size tickles your fancy.

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