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inspiration from our creative team – january 2015

It’s a new year and we’ve got an entirely new Creative Team to share a monthly dose of inspiration with you! 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 2015. 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!

Today you’ll be seeing pages from the girls on our team using our physical products. A few weeks from now you’ll get your first dose of digital inspiration from those on our team using our digital products to document. And, of course, you can follow our social media channels to see even more inspiration from our team members and others using #ProjectLifeApp. 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 yourself a treat and dig into this month’s creative awesomeness!


Page created by Awbree Caton featuring the Midnight Edition. Layout is Design Q (part of Small Variety Pack 4).

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


Pages created by Brooke Petermann featuring the Sunshine Edition, Midnight Edition, and Seafoam Edition. Layout on right side is Design F.


Pages created by Donna Meuli featuring the Man’s World Themed Cards (printed from digital files). The word “Summer” on right page is from SU! Day to Day Stamp Set (digital brush). Left page is Design F and right page is Design A.


Title page created by Els Brigé featuring the Midnight Edition and Daydreamer Mini Kit. Layout is Design A. She creates her title page after completing her album so she can include some pictures of what’s to come … what a fun idea!


Pages created by Gabby Robinson featuring the Midnight Edition. Both pages are Design F.


Pages created by Jen Lake featuring the Midnight Edition and 3×4 White Cards. Both pages are Design A.


Pages created by Julia Reichert featuring the Sunshine Edition and Midnight Edition. Both pages are Design A.


Pages created by Lynley Johnson featuring the Coral Edition, Good Times Value Kit, and 4×6 Ledger Cards. Left page is Design E and right page is Design A.


Pages created by Maria Lacuesta featuring the Midnight Edition and Cut & Paste Mini Kit.


Pages created by Mindi Niebuhr featuring the Aqua Edition, Overlay Value Kit, and SU! Remember This Stamps (digital brushes). Left page is Design A and right page is Design G.


Pages created by Rhonda Steed featuring the Maggie Holmes Edition. Both pages are Design C.


Pages created by Rianne Alonte featuring the Road Trip Themed Cards and DIY Shop Value Kit. Both pages are Design A.

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Pages created by Toni Harris featuring the Man’s World Themed Cards, Girl Themed Cards, and Noted Specialty Themed Cards. Both left and right pages are Design B and photo insert is Design I.


Pages created by Tully Reynolds featuring the Sunshine Edition, Midnight Edition, Plus One Mini Kit, Gold Foil Value Kit, and Daydreamer Mini Kit. Both pages are Design A.


10 Responses

  1. Laura says:

    Love it! I look forward to this post! All the unique inspiration is great.

  2. Debra says:

    Such inspiration ladies. Love the cultural diversity as well. Very nice!

  3. Sally says:

    Awesome! Proof again that there is “no RIGHT way.” Love the versatility of Project Life. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

  4. Jen Lake – my girl. AWESOME!!!!

  5. karen says:

    Love all the new ideas! Loved the look of Toni Harris’page. Is it the album that gives it the black edging?

  6. Toni harris says:

    Thank you Karen! I photograph my pages on a black background, I feel it makes the lighter cards pop! I plan to share much of my albums on my blog in the near future!

  7. Paula O says:

    Lovely!! Thanks for the inspiration as always!

  8. Susan says:

    Just a suggestion, but most of the time you can click on a photograph to enlarge it. It would be nice to have that option, as it’s hard to see details.

  9. Robin says:

    Feel terrible for this really dumb question. If I want use a large picture in the photo pages as in examples above from Jen Lake and Rhonda Steed how do I cut the large photo without measuring every height and width? That would certainly not be fast or accurate.

    • Jen says:

      Robin, you have two options — I personally actually cut the picture apart electronically, in Photoshop, and then print it into 4×6 photos. If you printed a larger photo, the best way to cut it would be with a photo cutter. These typically feature a “ruler” and you would cut every six inches. I recommend the first as printing 12×12, and finding a paper cutter that large, could be quite expensive!