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inspiration from our creative team – december

Here it is … December. This officially marks the last post filled with inspiration from our 2014 Creative Team. I can’t begin to express how much I love these ladies and all they’ve shared with us this year. I hope you have enjoyed them and their talents as much as I have! We’ll be announcing our 2015 Creative Team at the end of the month, but our 2014 team – as well as all of our past Creative Team members – will forever be a part of our company story and family. You can view any + all of our team members on our Meet the Designers page.

The holiday season brings about more traditions, family time, celebrations, and excitement than almost any other time of year. Cameras are often in hand, cards and letters are sent and received, goals are renewed, family recipes are baked and shared, and time is often scarce. Finding the time to document all that you are doing over the holidays can be an overwhelming task depending on how you approach it!! Remember that the most important part is to live and take part in all of these events. Get the photos you need to tell the story, write down notes about how you spent your time, and cherish all of it, but remember to keep it simple at the same time … that’s what Project Life® was designed to help you do! By simply printing your photos, writing your notes on journaling cards, and slipping them into Photo Pocket Pages, you’ll have the perfect record of your holiday memories without the extra fuss that can take away from enjoying the experiences.

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. You can find links directly below their layouts to most of the products they’ve used in our shop.

Enjoy your last monthly dose of inspiration from this incredibly talented bunch of ladies! We hope you and yours enjoy the happiest of holiday seasons.


Pages by Annette Spaniel featuring the Aqua Edition and 3×4 Grid Cards. Left page is Design 06 (part to the 12×12 Variety Pack of Photo Pocket Pages by Stampin’ Up!).


Pages by Autumn Nguyen featuring the Hello December Card Collection. Gold foil overlay is from Foil Photo Pocket Pages. Left page is Design F.

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Pages by Bobbi-Jo Grunewald featuring the Azure Edition.


Pages by Donya Gjerdingen featuring the Dreamy Edition, Jade Edition, and Great Outdoors Themed Cards.


Pages by Erin Stewart featuring the Coral Edition. Left page is Design B.

*HBurris_Dec1Pages by Heather Burris featuring the Sunshine EditionMidnight Edition, and 3×4 Grid Cards.

Pages by Jess Forster featuring the Favorite Things Edition. Left page is Design V (part of Small Variety Pack 5) and right page is a 6×12 Page Protector.


Pages by Juli Jones featuring the Midnight Edition.


Pages created by Krista Faulkner featuring the Seasonal Snapshot Card Collection. Both pages are Design K.


Pages by Krista Noorman featuring the Jade Edition.


Pages by Rachel DelGrosso featuring the Midnight Edition. Left page is Design P (part of Small Variety Pack 4) and right page is Design C.


Pages by Tara McKernin featuring the DIY Shop Value Kit.


Pages by Trisha Harrison featuring the Midnight Edition. Left page is Design U (part of Small Variety Pack 5).


3 Responses

  1. karen says:

    I am enjoying the simple pages more and more…

  2. Beautiful. Though I keep seeing core kit cards I love! :S

  3. Laura M says:

    Great spreads! I love the simple approach. :)